On Air

Playlists

Sunday Street playlist for 07/18/2010

Charlie Backfish, host

Bob Longman Show playlist for 07/18/2010

Riverhead Blues Festival edition

sub.rad playlist for 07/18/2010

Paul Newland filling in

The Melting Pot playlist for 07/17/2010

Joe Vecchio filling-in

Beginnings playlist for 07/17/2010

Midnight Special "with new ears"

J-Ro's Antique Roadshow playlist for 07/17/2010

filling in some gaps during siren festival 6-7pm

Whatever Floats Yer Boat playlist for 07/16/2010

It's FESTIVAL week! Stony Brook film festival, Siren Fest (simulcast right here on WUSB!!!) and the Riverhead Blues Festival! Pamela Betti (and hopefully some of her boys!) will be my guest. We'll have tickets to give away and lots of new music.

Events:
Dinghy Shop Kayaking Tours - contact 631-264-0005 or www.dinghyshop.com

54th Annual Babylon Tuna Club Tornament 7/30 - 8/1 - contact Leo 631-774-2361

14th Annual riverhead Moose Fluke Tournament 7/24 - contact Capt. Ray Kelly 631-525-7987 or captray@adventuresinfishing.com

cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum too many cool thing to list!!! check their website www.cshwhalingmuseum.org or call 631-367-3418

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 07/16/2010

Lady's Night

Ana Akrap Croatian Surf Music
Roset Ledet Interview
Pamela Betti Interview

Clam Radio playlist for 07/15/2010

Bluegrass Time playlist for 07/14/2010

Joe V Filling In

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 07/14/2010

4 hours of Captain Beefheart spanning his career in music with some very fine rarities!

Community Chest playlist for 07/14/2010

set by new WUSB DJ Nick Kelly, ticket give away to Stony Brook film Festival

25th anniversary of Live Aid

Feed the World!

Everything Is Broken playlist for 07/13/2010

TODAY we will tackle the tough issues of genocide and war crimes in Africa, specifically in Sudan and DRCongo. for that … OUR FEATURED GUEST is John Bagwell. John is the Field Manager for the Enough Project at the Center for American Progress in Washington. He previously worked as the National Student Coordinator for the Genocide Intervention Network managing the student division, STAND. He has also worked for the South Carolina Democratic Party, Wal-Mart Watch, and several other political and issue-based grassroots campaigns. http://www.enoughproject.org/

Our resident scribe, J. David Gray will be joining us for another segment of our SYNERGY project. he will read his essay inspired by the image "slices of life" - you can view the image at http://tinyurl.com/lvgvsr or http://www.jimlynchphotography.com here is a link to David's other writings: http://word-smith.typepad.com/wordsmith

Today we will enjoy the texas blues rockers The Fabulous Thunderbirds.