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Lunchtime playlist for 09/30/2011

Come on in ... The Grille Room's Open!

Today we wrap up The Complete Stax Soul Singles Vol. 2: 1968-1971.


Mix Tape playlist for 09/29/2011

do ittt

High Technology Radio playlist for 09/29/2011

It's not for everybody. Hell, it's not for anybody!

Steve K playlist for 09/29/2011

Birthday nods to Mark Farner,Bruce (9-23) and Sting (9-30)..Couple of Fall songs and some blues...

Organized Confusion playlist for 09/28/2011

Despite numerous volume control problems and me really not being on the ball at times, this show turned out to be pretty damn sweet. Enjoy all that skankin'!

Cafe`Ali playlist for 09/28/2011

Music and Talk. Bernard White Stops by to discuss current events and Future plans for a new truly progressive communication entity.

Blue Grass Time playlist for 09/28/2011

6-8 PM 2 Hours of bluegrass honoring Bill Monroe, the Father of Bluegrass

J-Ro's Antique Roadshow playlist for 09/28/2011

Debut broadcast of J-Ro's new show, Radio Free J-Ro, alternating with the All-Ages Show. REM breakup tribute. Yellow Ostrich Interview.

The Outer Library playlist for 09/28/2011

New Indie and Self Release from Brooklyn and Manhattan with your host Mike Gildersleeve. Every Wednesday Night from 10pm - 12 Mid

Everything Is Broken playlist for 09/27/2011

Our featured guest is Philip Romero, professor of finance at the Univ. of Oregon, where he previously served as business dean. He is former Chief Economist, State of California. During the Cold War, Romero was a defense policy specialist at the RAND Corporation, where he worked for the secretary of defense, the CIA, and the U.S. Air Force and Army. From 1991 to 1999, Romero served as California's chief economist.

He was an adviser to Bush’s 2000 and 2004 campaigns. He served more recently as is Dean of the College of Business and Economics at Cal State LA. Romero is co-author of six books. His latest is "How to Protect Your Money from the End of the American Empire", forthcoming in 2010. He earned a Ph.D. and M.A. in Policy Analysis from the RAND Graduate School.
http://tinyurl.com/3g4t64t UofO bio
http://tinyurl.com/3je9n7g new book

Our resident storyteller, Margaret Meyers will join us from the Twin Cities. Margaret’s website is www.storyteller.net/tellers/mmeyers

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

Wake and Bake playlist for 09/27/2011

Starting a few minutes early this morning. Featuring Leftover Salmon Brooklyn Bowl recap

Jim Dexter playlist for 09/27/2011

Jim's Show for Tuesday September 27, 2011

Long Island Liberty, With BAM playlist for 09/27/2011

Habanero filling in for BAM today featuring news and information regarding healthcare today.

Contact Habanero with comments or ideas for future healthcare talk programming: habanero@wusb.fm

For more information about some of the stories covered today:

Pre-existing Conditions

LiveWellThy.org - blog from a physician

Gogol Bordello Live @ Coachella 2008 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYE8Vjih2cs

Long Island Liberty Calendar


3 MON @ 6:00
"Nonviolent Citizen Resistance to War"
Chris Hedges, former NY Times correspondent
(516) 463-5595

3 MON @ 7:30

4 TUE @ 7:00
How to Represent Yourself in Court
Americans for Legal Reform
Plainview Library

6 THU@ 11:15
"Afghanistan – America’s Longest War"
Anand Gopal, Wall Street Journal
(516) 463-5595

10 MON @ 7:00
Economics and the Environment
Libertarian MeetUp
Lake Grove

16 SUN @ 10:30
“Reclaiming the Enlightenment”
Dr. Joseph Chuman (via disc), Columbia University
Ethical Culture Society

The Rock and Roll Dance Party playlist for 09/27/2011

waste of time.

Finn's Revolution playlist for 09/27/2011

Hey, kids - old stuff, new stuff, and a tip o' the hat to birthday boy Robbie Shakespear, legendary reggae bassist....