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Science 2.0:Science for the Rest of Us - Math Counts Meetup Print E-mail


Today on Science 2.0: Science for the Rest of Us, we will be discussing all things Math with members of the Math Counts meetup group C.J. Fearnley and Samuel Bledsoe.

Math Counts is a Meetup group the strives to discuss all things mathematical in a relaxed stress-free setting.

Saturdays 3pm - 4pm


PraisEluJAH Radio-SHOW Mothers Day Show... guest: Authors Sis. Lorretta and Gospel Artist Sue Neil Print E-mail

Brother D. N Sister A. has a show you WILL NOT for get.  Filled with the Best Music, Testimonies and Words from Brother D. that will Bless you in THIS SEASON... Minister Author Activist Chris Signil is going to Anointing your listening ears...yep, all in one "SHOW"... Its PraisEluJAH!!!!!!Buy Chis book at: racefaithandpolitics.com

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Bridging The Gap - 5/6 Print E-mail
Tune in to Bridging The Gap Wednesday at 4pm. This week we'll be gearing up for Mothers Day and playing all things Folk. 
5/6 @ 6pm: Waste Not Persephone's Gifts Print E-mail

Good evening. Welcome to Skywave. I'm your host Andy Pettit. April may be over, but Persephone is here to stay; and even when she leaves she will return to fulfill her role to lead us into this one of the of the never ending cycle of changing seasons. And to commemorate this time of rebirth as evidenced by the blooms now in full blossom, I will read  T.S. Eliot's "Wasteland"- an eternal work that praises this period of exploding potential. And to help set the mood our this reading, Igor Stravinsky's seminal "Rite of Spring" will flourish in the background. so please prepare your ears for a synesthetic treatment of a poetic expression of spring.



Listen Up! Wednesday 05/06: The Stratosphere Meadow Print E-mail


This Wednesday (May 6th), Listen Up! ventures back to that magic era we all know and love with a two hour dose of British Psychedelia from the late 60's .

Streaming live from 2-4pm EST.

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It's All Soul 5/4/15-Al Green and the Hi Rhythm Section Sound Print E-mail


Hey Folks,

So, that guitar lick right at the beginning of "Love & Happiness?" That.  That lick is everything we're going to do tonight.  For ten years, Al Green made sublime soul music on Hi Records and, for most of that time, he was accompanied by the legendary Hi Rhythm Section made up primarily of the Hodges Brothers.  Tonight, we're going to dig into The Reverend and his music but we're also going to talk about the Hodges Brothers and their contributions.  We'll get into some of their solo work and squeeze in some Ann Peebles too.  On the next It's All Soul, Al Green and the Hi Rhythm Section sound!  Hope you can join us.  Mondays, 8-10 pm on gtownradio.com

-Vincent & Daryl 

FEWSH [May 4, 2015] Print E-mail

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(Image by Derek Austin)

reckless curiosity: sunday, may 3rd (10pm-12am) Print E-mail


I know it's the end of the weekend and you may be too tired for dancing and one shouldn't listen to the "devil's music" on the Lord's day... but let's just do it anyways! Before he got real funky, Johnny "Guitar" Watson (pictured) played rhythm and blues like no one else, inspiring random stars like Prince, Frank Zappa and Etta James. We'll listen to a whole lot of him shredding on guitar, other people shredding on guitar, other songs that are great but don't necessarily involve any shredding. Join me!

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