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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.

check out HRR facebook page chock full of useless information:

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?

"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, November 16th, 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
Long Beach Arena
Long Beach, CA.

November 16, 1985
Patch Soure: shnid=12263 (Schoeps MK41’s>PCM>DAT>CDR)

Once again, a lack of both recordings circulating and reviews available tells me
that this is yet another very under-listend-to show...

Ear Candy for Indie Rock Lovers - 7 AM Monday

Treat your ears to Indie and Non-Mainstream rock candy 7 to 9 AM Mondays on WSLR 96.5 and WBPV 100.1 --- your low power FM community stations for Sarasota and Bradenton.

Stratosphere...nov 18..9am to 9:30

Join Stratosphere hosts for a conversation with Elana Newman, McFarlin Professor of Psychology,University of Tulsa. Dr. Newman will discuss assessing, understanding and treating maladaptive responses to stress and traumatic life events. She will focus on the stress journalists experience in covering disasters and humanitarian crisis. Science news and more.....

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 11-13-15

President Obama has approved sending no more than 50 Special Forces advisors to Syria to help with domestic problems. Sound familiar? Author, foreign policy expert, and former CIA analyst, Mel Goodman (left) is joining Steve and Lew this week to tell us if we really are getting into another Vietnam. Later, Lisa Stuart will tell us about her new show Inner Views that is on WSLR and WBPV on Saturday morning. And, Glen Gibellina will serve as a guest co-host and update us on some important issues in Bradenton.

The Breakfast Bar is for Those Who Know What They Want

Morning radio must think you have a big appetite for celebrity chit-chat, reality TV discussions, and trivia contests mixed in with back to back to back commercials.  Oh, and if time permits, the may squeeze in a worn-out overplayed staple from their strictly limited music library.  On the other hand, the Friday Morning Breakfast Bar on WSLR/WBPV gives you none of that.  Instead you get a wide variety of music (some familiar,some not), quick traffic snapshots, and talk that's limited to to things important to you . . . like the week-end.

Holistic Health and a Brighter Future

Join us this Thursday at 9am on Renaissance SRQ as Kathy Keh joins us to talk about the importance, benefits, and attainment of holistic health.

In the second half of the show, we'll be getting a call from Alan Weisman, author of Countdown: Our Last, Best Hope for a Future on Earth to discuss his book and steps we can take toward a more sustainable future.


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