• 01:08

    Divergent & The Grand Budapest Hotel Reviews

    in Movies

    We're heading back to Divergent, because technical difficulties threw us a loop last week. We'll be reviewing that one, and sharing interview clips with the stars.


    We'll also be reviewing The Grand Budapest Hotel, and we think you're going to like it.

  • 00:39

    Travel Today - Hotel del Coronado, California

    in Travel

    This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show airs from the legendary Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, California. It’s a historic hotel. It’s a haunted hotel. For movie buffs, it was also the location for the legendary film Some Like it Hot with Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Marilyn Monroe.


    Meredith Manee, Chef de Cuisine at 1500 Ocean restaurant, tells us about the most surprising dish she serves at 1500 Ocean (a people pleasing fish) and what she’s doing to locally source delicious ingredients.  “Gnarly” Neal, owner of Gnarly Neal’s Ocean Instruction to share stories of surfing in San Diego. All of this and more is on this week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide from Hotel del Coronado in San Diego County, California.

  • 01:32

    Paranormal Frequencies: Live from the Crescent Hotel

    in Paranormal

    Our show will be held from the infamous Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Ar!  We will discuss the history of the location as well as documented accounts of the paranormal and will have a special guest interview with Keith Scales.  Keith is the hotel historian, hosts the ghost tours, and also is the writer and director of the play "Not A Door".  

  • 01:23

    Grand Rapids Urban League with President and CEO Joe Jones

    in Lifestyle

    The Urban League--traditionally an African American organization, assists all people in achieving self-sufficiency and equality.   It is a place where everyone is empowered through economic independence and is an organization that  helps people help themselves to a better way of life.  All are welcome at the Urban League and everyone belongs--a place where people come together to creatively solve issues and become champions of their orwn advancement and empowerment.  Come join us as we work to change lives here at the Urban League.  Together we can Be Empowered to make a difference.


    As leader of the Grand Rapids Urban League, Jones leads the development and implementation of an agenda that promotes economic empowerment as a means of elevating the standard of living in the underserved urban communities of Grand Rapids. The League is a 72-year old civil rights organization whose mission is to provide the means to empower African Americans and other minorities to achieve economic self-reliance, parity and civil rights. Their vision is to be the leader, and preeminent agency in West Michigan effectively utilizing diverse and abundant resources to redress racial injustice and promote racial equity.


    http://grurbanleague.org

  • 02:01

    TONIGHT! A Very Special Mystery Grand Prix Wrestling Legend!

    in Wrestling

    Tonight, we welcome a very special mystery guest to the show!  He's an Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling Legend and we're very excited to have him join us tonight!  You definitely will NOT want to miss this one!  This could be our biggest show yet!  Even the BassMan has no clue who the guest tonight is...he'll find out at the same time you find out!


    We hope you'll call in and speak with our special guest as it's rare opportunity for Maritime wrestling fans  to chat with a true legend of wrestling in Atlantic Canada and around the globe!


    Remember that our call-in number is a US-BASED number and if you do not have a US Long Distance calling plan, it will cost you money to call so please be sure your long-distance plan is eligible to make US calls for free.  As an alternative, you can call us for free on the show page, via SKYPE.


    We look forward to you joining us tonight at 7PM Atlantic Time / 6PM Eastern Time! 


    NEW:  Interact with us on Twitter during the show!  Make comments and ask questions.  Just follow @jeffdoc and use the hashtag #BassMan and we'll read your tweets on the air!! 

  • 01:29

    Grand Airing Book Club

    in Books

    Grand Airing Book Club

  • 02:05

    Catharsis: Part 2 Interview with Grand Sheik Mahiir Tarik Bey

    in Radio

    Grand Sheik Mahiir Tarik Bey of The Moorish Science Temple of America #64 Delaware Territory will be joining us again on CATHARSIS this Sunday on Is That Jazz Radio. Part 2 of our discussion on "Reparations, Nationality, and Commerce in America"!!

    This is another Great Show you will not want to miss!!

  • 00:15

    Lewis Hamilton Wins The Big Bad Battle at the Formula One Grand Prix in Bahrain

    in News

    There was plenty of drama when the lights went down at the Formula One Grand Prix in Bahrain.  The night race started with Mercedes pole sitter and champion, Lewis Hamilton out front.  Hamilton was followed by Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and teammate, Kimi Raikkonen, who worked together to block Mercedes second driver, Nico Rosberg, from advancing from third to second, by pushing him back to fourth.  A determined Rosberg was not going to settle for third or fourth, so, in lap nine, Rosberg overtook Raikkonen and Vettel to claim second, while Hamilton remained the leader of the pack.


    In lap 35 when Rosberg emerged from a pit stop, Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel leap frogged and got out in front, but could not stay there. Meanwhile, both Toro Rosso drivers Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jr. were retired.


    By lap 47, it was Hamilton, Rosberg, Raikkonen, Bottas and Vettel in the top five.  Going into the final 7 laps, there was a fierce battle between Nico Rosberg and Kimi Raikkonen for second. Moving into lap 56 Raikkonen overtook Rosberg and claimed second, pushing Rosberg into third.  On the podium after the race, Raikkonen was disappointed that he had to settle for second, while fans wondered out loud if he was deluding himself into thinking he could have caught up with, and overtaken Hamilton, in the unstoppable Mercedes power unit.


    Crossing the finish line after the top three was Valtteri Bottas in fourth, Sebastian Vettel fifth, and Daniel Ricciardo who, barely made it across the finish line amidst a huge cloud of smoke bellowing from the back of his car. 


    Late Breaking News: The F1 race in Monza may be hanging in the wings. Like Germany, Monza has money problems.  The German automotive industry VW-Audi, did a study that showed tremendous support for an Audi F1 team, but, they dislike Bernie Egglestone so much, they refused to enter F1 as long as he is in control.

  • 00:15

    Lewis Hamilton Wins the Big Bad Battle in Bahrain at the Formula One Grand Prix

    in News

    There was plenty of drama when the lights went down at the Formula One Grand Prix in Bahrain.  The night race started with Mercedes pole sitter and champion, Lewis Hamilton out front.  Hamilton was followed by Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and teammate, Kimi Raikkonen, who worked together to block Mercedes second driver, Nico Rosberg, from advancing from third to second, by pushing him back to fourth.  A determined Rosberg was not going to settle for third or fourth, so, in lap nine, Rosberg overtook Raikkonen and Vettel to claim second, while Hamilton remained the leader of the pack.


    In lap 35 when Rosberg emerged from a pit stop, Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel leap frogged and got out in front, but could not stay there. Meanwhile, both Toro Rosso drivers Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jr. were retired.


    By lap 47, it was Hamilton, Rosberg, Raikkonen, Bottas and Vettel in the top five.  Going into the final 7 laps, there was a fierce battle between Nico Rosberg and Kimi Raikkonen for second. Moving into lap 56 Raikkonen overtook Rosberg and claimed second, pushing Rosberg into third.  On the podium after the race, Raikkonen was disappointed that he had to settle for second, while fans wondered out loud if he was deluding himself into thinking he could have caught up with, and overtaken Hamilton, in the unstoppable Mercedes power unit.


    Crossing the finish line after the top three was Valtteri Bottas in fourth, Sebastian Vettel fifth, and Daniel Ricciardo who, barely made it across the finish line amidst a huge cloud of smoke bellowing from the back of his car. 


    Late Breaking News: The F1 race in Monza may be hanging in the wings. Like Germany, Monza has money problems.  The German automotive industry VW-Audi, did a study that showed tremendous support for an Audi F1 team, but, they dislike Bernie Egglestone so much, they refused to enter F1 as long as he is in control.

  • 00:17

    Through Rain and Thunderstorms, Lewis Hamilton on Pole for Malaysian Grand Prix

    in News

    It was wet stormy day at the Sepang track, during qualifying, for the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix, on Saturday.  Mercedes wunderkind and two-time champion Lewis Hamilton took his second pole position in the second race of the season. Former Red Bull champion Sebastian Vettel, in his first season driving for Ferrari, broke-up the Mercedes 1-2 front row by taking second away from fellow German, Nico Rosberg.  A very disappointed Nico Rosberg, will be starting in third position.  Red Bulls, Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat qualified 4th and 5th respectively.  For the first time in 54-years, a teenager, Max Verstappen, qualified in the top ten in Formula One Grand Prix qualifying. Verstappen, driving for Toro Rosso, and will be starting, sixth, on Sunday.   At age 17, Verstappen is the youngest driver in Formula One.  Thunderstorms and torrential rains stopped any momentum Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen may have had, scoring in the top ten. He will start in eleventh, position.  The Sepang crowd welcomed back an injured Fernando Alonso and Valtteri Bottas after both drivers suffered injuries doing what the love, racing.  With dynamics on the track changing, Sunday's race should be spectacular.


    Keep it tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports for all the action at the Formula One Grand Prix, Malaysia.

  • 02:01

    A Just Cause Coast2Coast - Church's Members Were Misled By Grand Jury

    in US Government

    Sam Thurman, Cliff Stewart and Lisa Stewart of the Colorado exoneration firm A Just Cause, discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans.  


    Although the American system of justice is the most-respected worldwide, it is still a system designed, and operated, by humans, which means it's not perfect. Sam, Cliff, and Lisa will highlight ongoing struggles against "the system" to free wrongfully imprisoned people.


    Our Special Guests for tonight's show will be Members of the Colorado Springs Fellowship Church, located in Colorado Springs, CO talking about how they were all misled by the Grand Jury, who indicted the IRP6 that are now wrongfully convicted, sentenced and serving 7-11 years each in prison for a crime they didn't commit!


    A Just Cause is currently campaigning for "FreeTheIRP6," who's been wrongly imprisoned in Florence, CO for a crime they didn't commit. Read full story: www.freetheirp6.org. 


    For more information, about A Just Cause and to Donate to the IRP6 legal defense fund, visit www.a-justcause.com.


    Follow us on Twitter: @AJCRadio, @A_JustCause, @FreeTheeIRP6,  @FreeeTheIRP6 and Like our Facebook Pages: https://www.facebook.com/AJustCauseCoast2Coast, and https://www.facebook.com/AJustCauseCO, https://www.facebook.com/FreetheIRP6


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