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FEWSH [March 20, 2017] Print E-mail

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FEWSH

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reckless curiosity: march 19th 2017 (10pm-12am) Print E-mail
Reckless Curiosity is reaching into the archives tonight for this gently used but still durable and stylish mix. Playlist below.
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Podcast: Environmental and Climate Justice? Planet Philadelphia, streamed 3/17/17 Print E-mail

President Trump wants to get rid of programs that protect us from pollution of all sorts. In today’s Planet Philadelphia host Kay Wood speaks with Jacqueline Patterson, the Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program. Ms Patterson talks about the heavier burden placed on people of color by pollution right now from using fossil fuels. If the Trump administration gets it’s way, it will have a devastating impact on communities that already suffer an out-sized toxic burden.

Also on Planet Philadelphia today we get an update from the courts. Nate Bellinger, Staff Attorney and State Program Manager of Our Children's Trust lawsuit, discusses the government’s breach of trust with climate change. Lots more interesting environmental news, as well.

 
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Please also tune back in on-line to G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) for the more in this continuing radio show exploring our world. Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line is: (484) 278-1846. 
 Record a comment or event announcement anytime to be broadcast on the next Planet Philadelphia radio show. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
 
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4:00, Friday, April 7, 2017
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PraisEluJAH Radio-SHOW - Welcomes the Tademy's! Print E-mail

TODAY AT 10AM EST. Brother D. N Sister A. talks with the @thetademys sharing their Testimony and Words of Wisdom - USE THIS LINK TO PURCHASE THEIR MUSIC: UNDIVIDEDOFFICIAL

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Today: Environmental and Climate Justice? Planet Philadelphia , 4:00 Print E-mail
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President Trump wants to get rid of programs to protect us from fossil fuel pollution. This will have a devastating impact on communities that already suffer an out-sized toxic burden.

In today’s Planet Philadelphia host Kay Wood speaks with Jacqueline Patterson, the Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program. Ms Patterson talks about the heavier burden placed on people of color by toxic facilities and other pollution based health risks right now from fossil fuel use.
 
Also on Planet Philadelphia today we get an update from the courts. Nate Bellinger, Staff Attorney and State Program Manager of Our Children's Trust lawsuit, discusses the government’s breach of trust with climate change. Lots more interesting environmental news, as well.
 
Please also tune back in on-line to G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) for the more in this continuing radio show exploring our world. Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line is: (484) 278-1846. 
 Record a comment or event announcement anytime to be broadcast on the next Planet Philadelphia radio show. Planet Philadelphia streams on the internet at http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
 
Tune back in to the next Planet Philadelphia
4:00, Friday, April 7, 2017
G-Town Radio
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"Don't Touch My Hair" Black Arts Expo! Plus Health and Wellness "Community Conversation"! 8PM, 3/16 Print E-mail

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Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with Ethepoetemcee Muhammad, Founder and Director of this coming Saturday's Hustler of Culture Black Arts Expo! Themed, "Don't Touch My Hair," this third edition of the expo series is focusing on "celebrating the sacredness of Black women." Featuring interactive workshops, networking, vendors, cultural activities and a special live concert, this is an event you won't want to miss! Gabriel will also speak with Jack Drummond, Director of the Mayor's Office for Black Male Engagement, who will be discussing their upcoming monthly Community Conversation, this time focusing on Health and Wellness, and happening next Wednesday, March 22 5:30-7:30pm at the Community College of Philadelphia (Winnet Student Life Bldg). These conversations provide a platform for community members "to discuss challenges, opportunities and solutions that address dismantling inequities that impact the lives of men and boys of color in the city." Spread the word and tune in!

 
Listen Up! Wednesday 03/15 : Bubble Wrap(ture) Print E-mail
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A show filled with old and new music, usually of a psychedelic nature. Genres include (but not limited to): garage, folk & folk rock, power pop, prog rock, and also a wide selection of interesting and rare singer-songwriter, harmony pop, soft rock, lounge-rock, punk and glam rock, space jazz, avant-garde, vanity-pressings and "outsider" albums.

Listen Up!: Where the cool, the classic, the corny and even the cringe-worthy collide.

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.
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March 15 @ 6pm: Wing Dings and a Spring Fling? Print E-mail

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Welcome to Skywave. We have 2 scripts. The first is from the Suspense series. Originally aired 1947, "Stand In" is a story of a frustrated actress who's likeness to the movie star named Madame she doubles for on set and provides steady but unfulfilling work develops an interest in Madame's equally frustrated husband. How do they plan to overcome their shared exasperation? Following that toasty tale is an episode from Lucille Ball's My Favorite Husband. In "Spring Cleaning" from 1950, only Lucy could turn  the initial narrative of a wife trying to trick her husband into doing seasonal cleaning to being the foil of a misunderstood love letter. Confused? Prepare to be more so as you hear the voices of regulars Kathy Harmer, Shelli Pentimall, Tom Tansey, along with Jim "Pants on Fire" Harris of Ave G and me, your host, Andy Pettit. 

 
FEWSH [March 13, 2017] Print E-mail

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Dig it, fiend. Just kidding, I love you.

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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Saturday-3/11-from 4-5pm with guest, Joel Davis of The 23 Magazine! Print E-mail
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Tune in this Saturday to learn more about the new Germantown-based online and print magazine, "The 23," from Joel Davis.  Joel will be telling us more about The 23, which is a magazine of national and local arts and ideas focused on connecting and strengthening vibrant and diverse communities along Philadelphia's Germantown Avenue corridor.  Want to learn even more about this magazine, including how and why it got started?  Then listen in Saturday, 3/11, from  4-5pm, as Stephanie uncovers the story behind the art!
 
  
 
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