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Bob Duffy playlist for 08/24/2013

Clam Radio playlist for 08/24/2013

DeVita is here and we make it up as we go along.

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 08/23/2013

Mark Klein's Fri.morning
Blues Warehouse (8-10am)est.

Whatever Floats Yer Boat playlist for 08/23/2013

My guest today is Ranger Eric Powers from Your Connection To Nature, Inc. (YC2N.com). He was on today to talk about some new educational opportunities on Long Island. The Master Naturalist Program (QualityParks.org), a field trip for chemistry students to the Fire Island breach to study water quality changes, and lastly, a fundraising idea for schools to create rain gardens for run-off control. For more information, contact Ranger Eric at yc2n@me.com or visit his website at YC2N.com.

Mix Tape playlist for 08/22/2013

Clam Radio playlist for 08/22/2013

We pay our respects to the late, great jazz pianist and teacher Marian McPartland who died here on Long Island in her sleep at the age of 95. We say happy birthday to Ronald Orzabal (Tears For Fears) and Tori Amos. Various music inspired by the iPod's so called random feature.

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 08/22/2013

George Duke Memorial Tribute Show. George Duke the great jazz piano player died on August 5th at 67 years old.

Into The Fire with JoJo playlist for 08/21/2013

posting this jones beach 8-20-13 tuned up waiting for Buffett see you 4am baby!!! FINS UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Blues At Dawn playlist for 08/21/2013


The playlist for 08/21/2013

6-8 PM 2 hours of Bluegrass music!

Hectic Electric playlist for 08/21/2013

Only the best and breaking new EDM!

The Outer Library playlist for 08/21/2013

New College music every other Wednesday from 10pm to 12 Midnight with you host Mike Gildersleeve

Everything Is Broken playlist for 08/20/2013

Our program for TUESDAY AUGUST 20 - 1-3PM EDT will feature Long Island food sustainability. Adelphi University and Sustainable Long Island have collaborated on a study.

Our guests include Sarah Eichberg, Adelphi University's Director of Community Research. She oversees the Institute for Social Research and Community Engagement and the Vital Signs project. A sociologist with a background in gender studies and public health. Eichberg is the author of numerous research and policy reports, including Long Island’s first comprehensive study of barriers and facilitators to health care access on Long Island and, more recently, The Truth and The Facts: Food Inequality on Long Island, an in-depth look at food access and health in three Suffolk County communities.

AND … Fernando Tirado, Director of Programs of Sustainable Long Island. He is responsible for managing the organization's programs including: brownfield redevelopment, food equity, environmental justice, community revitalization, and the high school fellowship and others.

Wake and Bake playlist for 08/20/2013

Started around 4 with Ratdog and Grace Potter from last weekend's Peach Festival.