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Bridging The Gap - 3/23 Print E-mail
Tune in to Bridging The Gap Monday at 4pm. This week we'll be re-broadcasting the interview from December 29 with Jason Parish. Jason was a local musician and singer/songwriter who died tragically last week in a camping accident. When he was on the show in December we talked about his upcoming cd release show and he played some songs live. 
F E W S H Replay {Monday March 23 ||| 6-8 PM Eastern} Print E-mail
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Enjoy a replay, dearest imaginable listeners, and I'll see you next week.
reckless curiosity: sun, march 22 (10pm-12am) Print E-mail


Tonight from 10pm to midnight- travel with Reckless Curiosity through the timeless dimension of music. It will have you feeling like you drank some of that hippie tea. Playlist updated live. 

Listen Up! Monday 03/23: Slices Of Magic Going Round and Around Print E-mail


This Monday (March 16th), Listen Up! once again brings you a mid-afternoon escape. What pathways in the music maze we will end up in?

One with lots of riffs, crunchy chords, proto-punk, psych tinged nuggets, power pop and other  hook-filled rock 'n' roll releases.

Streaming live from 2-4pm EST.

Follow the Listen Up! Blog  and/or "like" the show on Facebook . Both serve as an addendum and a means to interact with the program.

Places&Spaces: To Pimp A Butterfly (3/22) ...live @6pm Print E-mail


On Monday Kendrick Lamar released an album, To Pimp A Butterfly, that provoked self-reflection, anger, and sense of (black) pride. Tonight's show will be dedicated to this album. This album is the equivalent of a race & culture studies course you would take in college. For this album, Kendrick collaborated with some of music master minds such as Thundercat, Robert Glasper, Bilal, and a Dream Team of music heavy weights. Tonight, we'll explore the many themes Kendrick tackles in this album. You definitely don't want to miss tonight's show. Tune in @6pm on GtownRadio.com

Don't forget to "Like" Places&Spaces on Facebook. 

Neu-Matic Takes A Trip (3/22/15) Print E-mail


Get on the bus. Neu-Matic (3-5 PM) takes a special trip today for a show we're calling International Studies. This show travels all over the world playing lots of music not sung in English. These songs are so good you may never speak English again. The full playlist can be found below.

Avenue G Tonight Print E-mail

Tonight, In honor of Leonard Nimoy,

We boldly go into outer space.

It's a pretty big place.

Join us! 


3/17 @ 6p: Skywave Mystery Replay! Print E-mail

hey guys,

Please listen to a replay as the Skywave team takes this week to search for new material. I have taken this opportunity finally to insert an image of an actual skywave(there are many) with a handy explanation included. Sort of related to the concept of short wave, this term applies to Gtown's wave reach and is the source of inspiration for our show's title.( Although I should probably have Joe from Science 2.0 come on to explain the concept in depth.) If hankering for thoughtful weekly discussions on all thing science, check out Joe's show every saturday at 3. Finally, this is the anniversary of the first radio play show Skywave performed! See you next week with 2 two radio play presentations.Enjoy...


Service... Color... Faction... Gray... The Cornerstones of the New Truth. Print E-mail


This week the Broken Truth team introduces themselves as the Cornerstones of the New Truth. As we continue to vibe and connect over the radio a foundation is built and made strong and we would like to share our own truths with you all. It is a show you don't want to miss!! Check us out Tuesday the 17th at 9:30 pm sharp on gtownradio.com The Sound from Germantown! Get Ready! The Broken Truth show will be moving to Friday nights from 10-11pm... additional information coming soon

Nightmare Next door, Nuisance neighbors vs. Neighbors from hell Print E-mail





This week on …


For the People…law in plain language

With Debra D. Rainey, Esq.



Nightmare Next door


Neighbors from Hell



Nuisance neighbors


Have you ever had an

 annoying  neighbor?


How do you distinguish a “ nuisance” neighbor

from  a “neighbor from hell”?


What sort of “nuisance” neighbor behavior

can be ignored and which kind should not be ignored?


What legal protections are available

to protect folks from these types of neighbors?


What causes people to become a nuisance neighbor

or a neighbor from hell?


Special Guest

A. Jordan, Rushie, Esq., operates his own law firm,

“Rushie Law” and is Of Counsel at Flynn Wirkus Young and

Randazza Legal Group.  Jordan focuses his legal practice

on civil litigation, with an emphasis on intellectual

property, zoning, First Amendment, employment law, and

defending people and businesses who have been sued.


Jordan is also President of the Fishtown Neighbors Association,

(FNA) a 501c3 charitable organization that is run entirely by

unpaid volunteers, and its mission is to serve families

and neighbors by promoting community activities,

civic involvement, education, and safety and by fostering

the smart growth of Fishtown’s unique and diverse

riverfront neighborhood.




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Listen. CALL. talk LIVE. DiScUsS




Host: Debra D. Rainey, The Compassionate Lawyer


Cohosts: Blaq aka the “Broke Poet” and Asia Proctor aka “P-roc”


Executive Producer/Production Consultant: Renee Norris-Jones,

aka 'Simply the Producer’


Director of Programming:  Robbin K. Stanton, aka “Aunt Robbin”


Musical Director/Board Genius: BreeAyre Anderson aka “Kewl Breeze”


This episode was produced by Robbin K. Stanton


 Airdate: March 17, 2015


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