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Melting World 12/31/23

 
From Ed Roller: 
 
As 2023 closes, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Grateful Dead’s “Wake Of The Flood”, with three magnificent set segments during their most exploratory period from RFK Stadium 6/10/73, Nassau Coliseum 9/7/73 and McGaw Memorial Hall 11/1/73 this Saturday night at midnight (Sunday 12am)
 
We'll also explore American cosmic music from Bear’s archive with Gram Parsons and The Flying Burrito Bros live at Avalon Ballroom and early New Riders of the Purple Sage recorded live at Fillmore West 
 
Happy New Year from WUSB and Ed Roller’s Melting World. Long live Jerry Garcia and Gram Parsons!
 

Destinies Promo for 12/22/23 (Destinies presents the Justice League-part 2)

From Howard Margolin:

This week, Destinies salutes the release of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and the conclusion to the saga of the DC Extended Universe, by taking you back to when the Justice League's cinematic future was still promising.

Tune in Friday night, and travel back to Ace Comic Con Long Island, on December 10th, 2017, for part two of a panel with the cast of Justice League.

In front of a capacity crowd at the Nassau Coliseum, Jason Momoa, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, and Ray Fisher discuss their feelings about a potential team-up or battle with Marvel's Avengers, what they wanted to bring to their portrayals of the iconic DC heroes and how they wanted to develop them in future films, and their feelings about meeting the fans, especially children.

Plus, Patrick Thomas' "Dear Cthulhu" answers a letter from a young man who is too traumatized to drive a car.

Friday, December 22nd, at 11:30 PM.

Hosted by Howard Margolin with Patrick Thomas.

Destinies-The Voice of Science Fiction

Stony Brook University Free Speech Statement

https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/free-speech/

Stony Brook University is dedicated to open inquiry, knowledge, and insight. As such, free speech and peaceful assembly are fundamental to our mission.

At the same time, the University is deeply committed to equality, civility, caring, responsibility, accountability, and respect. We revere and foster these core values.

True freedom of expression entails a responsibility to acknowledge and respect the beliefs of others. As an inclusive community, we will not encroach on the rights of others, either as individuals or as groups, and will never fail to respect our differences. In keeping with our mission and values, we will often agree to disagree.

The resources listed here set forth University policies and information that pertain to free speech and expression. The Frequently Asked Questions page offers further guidance. If you have additional questions, please direct them to freespeech@stonybrook.edu.

https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/free-speech/faq.php

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Clam Radio Update For November 30, 2023.

bobby vega playing guitar

From Marc Greene:

Thursday, November 30th at 10:00 AM, John has some has holiday shopping plans. Marc Greene will host. John wants to remind you to get all your gifts together and that - it’s now 25 days til Xmas; 7 til Chanukah; and 26 to Kwanzaa.

John also said - November 30 is Bobby Vega’s Birthday!!!

11/30/23 - Bobby Vega drops a brand new collection of Vega-(n)-esque Grooves with Prairie Prince, Jens Kruger (banjo), and several bay area string benders.

The fine folks at Little Village Foundation graciously supported this effort. Get your holiday gift CD copy from their website. https://littlevillagefoundation.com

The recording is called, ‘What Cha’ Got?’. Clam Radio will premiere a tune or three, and share a conversation with Bobby about What Cha’ Got? and his life’s musical adventure with Sly Stone, John Cipollina, David Frieberg, Jerry Garcia, Bill Graham and even Marc Greene filling-in for John on Clam Radio.

Hear Bobby Vega tell us, his story, this Thursday, 11/30/2023 (his 67th Birthday), only on the dial at 90.1fm and https://wusb.fm/listen

Please support Commercial Free Independent Radio https://wusb.fm/donate

DESTINIES PROMO for 11/24/23

From Howard Margolin: 

This week, Destinies joins in WUSB's 24-hour Country, Bluegrass and Folk Music Marathon.

Tune in Friday night, and enter Science Fiction Country for the first time.

You'll hear a song by Roger Williams from the soundtrack of Superman III, some Southern Gothic music from Aurelio Voltaire, and the return of legendary genre actors William Shatner from Star Trek, Bill Mumy from Babylon 5, and Jim Byrnes from Highlander-The Series.

Plus, learn how you can receive your choice of over 315 different exclusive premiums for your pledge of support during this Radiothon special.

Friday, November 24th, at 11:30 PM.

Hosted by Howard Margolin.

Destinies-The Voice of Science Fiction