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What Are You Thankful For?

Join us this Thursday at 9am on Renaissance SRQ as we talk about giving thanks. In the artist Danielle Glaysher-Cobian will be in the studio to talk abotu art in the local community, and author Anne Marie McDonnell Vale will be joining us to discuss her book "Whispers from Above & Reflections from the Heart."


The Breakfast Bar Succumbs To Black Friday Commercialism

This Friday Morning The WSLR Breakfast Bar Succumbs To Overt Consumerism on It's 5th Anniversary of Broadcasting on Black Friday Morning.  Regardless of whether your fighting the crowds or not, the Breakfast Bar will get you going with local info for the weekend, commercial spoofs and lively songs, many of which put the sometimes unhealthy zest for more and more stuff into question. 7-9am Friday WSLR 96.5 Sarasota, WBPV 100.1 Bradenton, or listen online at or use the free app. 

Maternally Yours: Private and Domestic Adoption

Join the Conversation on November 24th at 6:00 p.m. ET as we go back to an episode where Laura brings you the second of our three part series on adoption with a look at adopting domestically through a private agency. We'll hear many sides of this story, from a birth mother, an adoptive mother, a grown adopted child and an agency representative.. Have a question for our hosts or guests?

All Things Rock - 7 AM Mondays

Indie and Non-Mainstream Rock: Tune in to WSLR 96.5/WBPV 100.1 at 7 AM Mondays.

"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, November 23rd, 7-9pm

"There is NOTHING like a Grateful Dead Concert!"

Full setlists and reviews, when possible, so scroll down...and  the week's gig
announcements as well:

Grateful Dead, County Coliseum, El Paso, TX, November 23, 1973
-> Reel Master -> Cassette -> Dat -> CD
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller


tonight "NOt So Quiet" show..... the spirit of punk... 9 - 11 pm....

Lorde, Buzzcocks, The Clash, Siouxsie, Wall of Voodoo, Nirvana, The Chap, Winston Tong, James White and the Blacks, Death in Vegas


Instensified Chaos, Social Unrest, Killjoy, Fang, Ribsy, Square Cools, Code of Honor, Frigidettes, Ghost Dance, Dead Kennedy's, Rebel Truth, Imaptient Youth, Karnage, Nazi bitch and the jews, The Angst, Free Beer, Vicious Circle, Church police, No Alternative, Wrecks, Hank Williams and maybe some Runaways.

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 11-20-15

Author, musician, and former coordinator at the Space Center, E.R. Mason (left) is joining Steve and Lew this week for a free-ranging discussion of his books, music, Mars exploration, the Shroud of Turin and who knows what.

Later, Olivia Kittel, associate director of research at Media Matters for America will discuss the way some in the media are distorting the relationship of the tragedy in Paris and the Syrian refugee crisis.

Star Wars and Walkable Cities

HotRodRock Every Tuesday 4-6 PM

In your ear with something differnt every week.  This weeks accompaniment for your listening and viewing pleasure.

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Maternally Yours: Native American Women's Healthcare

Join the Conversation on November 17th at 6:00 p.m. ET as Ryan and Dana discuss Native American-centered women's healthcare. Why is the process of reclaiming cultural identity through birth and motherhood so powerful? We'll find out as we welcome Nicolle Gonzales, Native American Certified Nurse-Midwife from the The Changing Woman Initiative. The Initiative seeks to draw on cultural strengths to renew indigenous birth knowledge and healing through holistic approaches and community empowerment. Have a question for our hosts or guests?


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