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J-Ro's Antique Roadshow playlist for 03/21/2011

J-Ro steps up his game for radiothon by messing up a lot

Trim Mix Party playlist for 03/21/2011

this week we had a interview with blaq poet plus a new top 15 plus vapor radio segmant feat dj muggs for st patricks day special

Everything Is Broken playlist for 03/21/2011

Today we have a very special guest from right here in our local community, Bruce Stasiuk. There is no “canned bio” on bruce. I will gladly let him tell you his story that includes multiple college degrees and an exemplary career of 34 years teaching some terrific long island kids. He near single-handedly orchestrated a community forum in Setauket with both the peace and pro-war “sides of the street” represented. I consider myself quite lucky to have represented “our side” in the negotiations leading up to a very volatile and exciting community forum – well attended by the community with the two groups at dramatic loggerheads.
Bruce has a blog at http://politrixs.blogspot.com/

We will also hear from J. David Gray – our resident scribe – for another segment of our SYNERGY project. My image and David’s essay are entitled: “Rebels Without a Cause”. be sure to view the image at http://tinyurl.com/lvgvsr or http://www.jimlynchphotography.com NOTE: David’s other writings can be found at http://word-smith.typepad.com/wordsmith

MUSIC today from John Hammond’s “Wicked Grin cd.

The Overnightmare playlist for 03/19/2011

I don't care how annoying it gets...DO NOT UNPLUG THE RADIO EVER!

The Melting Pot playlist for 03/19/2011

The 9-Movements of Jonathan Elias' "Prayer Cycle" will start us off....why, well, read the news (or not) and you'll figure it out!
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Early Mornings with John playlist for 03/18/2011

RIP Nate Dogg. Original West Coast innovator

COOP Sky Blue playlist for 03/18/2011

Making contact with critical thinkers

Lunchtime playlist for 03/18/2011

New time the next few weeks ... 10am to Noon....call it: BRUNCHTIME

Celebrating Women's History Month with a dedicated to the Ladies menu...The Fellas honoring their Gals & Great Female Artists.

Mary Lou Williams was the first Lady to receive equal treatment on the bandstand with the boys. For that triumph we feature a heaping portion of Mary Lou illustrating her unparalleled piano virtuosity. Beyond the muysic Mary Lou was one of American Music's greatest patrons; she is solely responsible for the Jazz Music Program at Duke University as well as many many other tremendous humanitarian efforts.

New time, just like daylight savings (except we rolled the clock back for springtime, not spring ahead) 10am to NOON NEXT WEEK, support WUSB this Radiothon and always XXXOOO