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Lunchtime playlist for 03/04/2011

The Cafe's open today and we're kicking off Women's History Month down in New Orleans ... stirring up a little roux for Fat Tuesday, then we head out to Long Island's wine country for a little talk with Morris Goldberg. Mo G, as he's known to his friends back in South Afirca, will be performing tomorrow at Raphael Vineyards in Peconic from 1:30pm until 3:30pm. Performing with Mo are: Bakhiti Kumalo on Bass, Mark Portugalon Keyboards and Rashid Laine on Drums.

Then a heaping portion of new tune's from the studio at USBeee. There's a reason we are "The most Dangerous Station In America!"

See ya next Friday ... don't be late!

The Ari D Show playlist for 03/04/2011

My Fill-in for Najib's "Primetime College Radio"

Oprah's Handbag playlist for 03/04/2011

Weatherman G-lo

Early Mornings with John playlist for 03/04/2011

First show. Swag

Mix Tape playlist for 03/03/2011

Steve K playlist for 03/03/2011

Female Artists thru-out to celebrate Women's History Month

High Technology Radio playlist for 03/03/2011

A cool looking album cover does not a good record make.

Global Rhythms playlist for 03/03/2011

Starting it all off with "the sound of one hand clapping..." Celebrate this Big Blue Marble we live on. Music from around the globe. Women's History Month. New Music & One for Mr. Bethy.

Blue Grass Time playlist for 03/02/2011

6-8 PM Bluegrass music

The Outer Library playlist for 03/02/2011

Indie and Self Release from Brooklyn and NYC. Mike Gildersleeve as host Wednesday from 10pm-12am

Everything Is Broken playlist for 03/01/2011

Today we will continue to explore the brave new world of social media. Our guest is Dave Parry, Assistant Professor of Emerging Media and Communications, UT, Dallas. David studies the ways in which people communicate in the digital age, and prepares students to use new media; how technology, and language as technology, shape the act of reading. We will discuss his analysis of the events in North Africa regarding social media. Parry earned his Ph.D. in English from the University at Albany (SUNY). http://profoundheterogeneity.com/

We will also hear from J. David Gray – our resident scribe – for another segment of our SYNERGY project. My image “door in wall” inspired David’s essay of the same name. 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

And lastly, our pal Steve Wiehe will check in from Florida to give us his take on events.

MUSIC today from Roberta Flack.

Jim Dexter playlist for 03/01/2011

Jim Dexter Show for March 1, 2011
A beautiful crescent moon is paired with our bright sister, Venus , in the sky this morning....not a weather balloon...or swamp gas...or birds...OR a UFO....it's Venus....I just didn't want you to be afraid due to misidentification....

Freequence playlist for 03/01/2011

Angelo filling in for Steve