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  • 00:34

    Frankfurt: Rhine, Main and Apple Wine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Frankfurt, Germany, to discover a city with amazing history but also has a modern skyline that is unique in Europe. From going to the top of Main Tower to overlook the river running through the city, to trying local food and drink at the Apple Wine Festival, to leaving a lock on the Iron Bridge that celebrates a couple’s love, we’ll take in all that this amazing city has to offer. Thanks to a large international airport that connects to the autobahn and regional trains, Frankfurt is also a great base for exploring the entire Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region, which includes everything from vineyards, wineries and spas in the Rheingau to the edge of Bavaria to tracing the trail of the Brothers Grimm on the Fairy Tale Route. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 00:43

    Germany’s Romantic, Castle-Filled Rhine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Rudesheim, Germany, as we float along the castle-filled Rhine River, while enjoying locally produced riesling wines. Off the water, you can ride a cable car up to the hills above the river and walk through the vineyards while enjoying beautiful views down to the river. This is known as the “Romantic” area of Germany because there are so many castles lining the river, some that you can even stay in. We’ll also tell you how to make a local treat called a flaming-hot “Rudesheim Coffee.” Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.


     

  • 00:43

    Germany’s Romantic, Castle-Filled Rhine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Rudesheim, Germany, as we float along the castle-filled Rhine River, while enjoying locally produced riesling wines. Off the water, you can ride a cable car up to the hills above the river and walk through the vineyards while enjoying beautiful views down to the river. This is known as the “Romantic” area of Germany because there are so many castles lining the river, some that you can even stay in. We’ll also tell you how to make a local treat called a flaming-hot “Rudesheim Coffee.” Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.


     

  • 00:34

    Frankfurt: Rhine, Main and Apple Wine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Frankfurt, Germany, to discover a city with amazing history but also has a modern skyline that is unique in Europe. From going to the top of Main Tower to overlook the river running through the city, to trying local food and drink at the Apple Wine Festival, to leaving a lock on the Iron Bridge that celebrates a couple’s love, we’ll take in all that this amazing city has to offer. Thanks to a large international airport that connects to the autobahn and regional trains, Frankfurt is also a great base for exploring the entire Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region, which includes everything from vineyards, wineries and spas in the Rheingau to the edge of Bavaria to tracing the trail of the Brothers Grimm on the Fairy Tale Route. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 01:24

    Interview With John G. Kruth of the Rhine Research Center

    in Paranormal

    Join your ParaNation host, Alex Matsuo, as she interviews Mr. John G. Kruth, Executive Director of the prestigious Rhine Research Center, a nonprofit scientific research center that studies parapsychology. The mission of the Rhine Research Center to explore the frontiers of consciousness and exceptional human experiences in the context of unusual and unexplained phenomena.  The Rhine’s mission is to advance the science of parapsychology, to provide education and resources for the public, and to foster a community for individuals with personal and professional interest in PSI.


    The chat room will be open and the lines will be open for calls! This is a show not to be missed!

  • 00:34

    Frankfurt: Rhine, Main and Apple Wine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Frankfurt, Germany, to discover a city with amazing history but also has a modern skyline that is unique in Europe. From going to the top of Main Tower to overlook the river running through the city, to trying local food and drink at the Apple Wine Festival, to leaving a lock on the Iron Bridge that celebrates a couple’s love, we’ll take in all that this amazing city has to offer. Thanks to a large international airport that connects to the autobahn and regional trains, Frankfurt is also a great base for exploring the entire Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region, which includes everything from vineyards, wineries and spas in the Rheingau to the edge of Bavaria to tracing the trail of the Brothers Grimm on the Fairy Tale Route. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade. 

  • 00:43

    Germany’s Romantic, Castle-Filled Rhine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Rudesheim, Germany, as we float along the castle-filled Rhine River, while enjoying locally produced riesling wines. Off the water, you can ride a cable car up to the hills above the river and walk through the vineyards while enjoying beautiful views down to the river. This is known as the “Romantic” area of Germany because there are so many castles lining the river, some that you can even stay in. We’ll also tell you how to make a local treat called a flaming-hot “Rudesheim Coffee.” Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.


     

  • 00:34

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    “Hence the saying: If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat............If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”


    Excerpt From: Tzu, Sun. “The Art of War.” 


    "What then happened, from an anthropological standpoint, after the appearance of the Cro-Magnon in Europe? This question will be debated for a long time to come. But it is sufficient reason to suppose that the Alpine race is indigenous to Europe and therefore the descendants of the Cro-Magnon, who's survivors are the Basques.  Thus, the Basques's language could very well be the oldest in Europe.
    With the abatement of the cold toward the end of the Ice Age (about 10, 000), a group of these Cro-Magnon moved to the North. This stock would give rise to the Scandinavian and the Germanic branches at yet undetermined time, but surely at a time posterior to 10,000 years ago.  This group occupied the Eastern part of Europe, and then descended all the way to Scythia, at the outskirts of the Meridional cradle: the Slavs. 
    Other branches probably descended the Rhine and the Danube Rivers to Caucasia and the Black Sea;from thence would originate the secondary migration of the Celts, the Iberians, and other Indo-European tribes who did not under  any circumstances come from the heart of Asia. One therefore sees how the illusion was created.
    Around 2200 B.C., the Greeks separated themselves from the northern branch, and in north south migration, arrived in Hellas.
    The Latins, much later perhaps, occupied Italy where they found the descendants of the Alpine race (Ombrains) mixed probably with the Sicilians, the Scytheans, and the Pelasgians who must have been of a type lose to that of the pre-Latins.

  • 00:34

    Frankfurt: Rhine, Main and Apple Wine

    in Travel

     


    Join Travel Brigade in Frankfurt, Germany, to discover a city with amazing history but also has a modern skyline that is unique in Europe. From going to the top of Main Tower to overlook the river running through the city, to trying local food and drink at the Apple Wine Festival, to leaving a lock on the Iron Bridge that celebrates a couple’s love, we’ll take in all that this amazing city has to offer. Thanks to a large international airport that connects to the autobahn and regional trains, Frankfurt is also a great base for exploring the entire Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region, which includes everything from vineyards, wineries and spas in the Rheingau to the edge of Bavaria to tracing the trail of the Brothers Grimm on the Fairy Tale Route. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.


     

  • 00:20

    A Different Drum - Episode 3 - MABO

    in Pop Culture

    MABO, a.k.a. Matthias Bork is a visual artist, painter, sculptor, author and book publisher.  He creates and makes people happy. MABO was born and raised in Germany. Bingen on the river Rhine to be exact and after schooling and a professional education in the culinary arts, his military service in the German Navy and years spend in Sweden and Thailand he packed his bags one more time and left for Canada. That was 1986, just about 30 years ago. 


     


    I had a chance to catch up with him for this interview to discuss his art and philosophies.   


     


    Enjoy!
     

  • 00:56

    SIgnOtHeTiMeS Blogtalk Radio w SSS Nzinga Byrd & Queen Tahiyrah

    in Motivation

    Tonight October 1 2015 @6pm eastern Sister Nzinga Byrd of Sweet Sister Splash in Cincinnati Ohio will be joining us. SSS is a cultural arts center located in Over the Rhine, a once urban commUNITY that is being aggressively gentrified and it is also the location of the Cincinnati Street Car. How is she keeping focused on her mission? How is the neighborhood changing? What programming is she focusing on to keep the Ancestors spirit alive? Please join in on the conversation 917-889-8059. Or log in via the SOT/Nu Power Radio Network link.