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If you dig GREAT 60's garage rock , do yourself a favor and tune into HotRodRock right now. Christian is back behind the wheel and hitting both ditches at the same time. He is a mad man!

Canning and Do It Yourself Healthcare

Join us this week on Renaissance SRQ when we’ll be joined by Lisa Fulk from Sunshine Canning to talk about her upcoming free canning workshop.

Maternally Yours: Sex Positive Parenting

Assuming that your children will grow into autonomous, sexually active adults and supporting their individual sexual identity no matter what is what sex-positive parenting is all about. Join the Conversation on Tuesday, July 14 at 6:00 p.m. ET as Ryan and Dana welcome two guests to help us navigate this lifelong process where age appropriate conversations about sex start early and often.

"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, July 13th, 7-9pm

"There is NOTHING like a Grateful Dead Concert!"

I'll be posting full setlists from now on, so scroll down...and I'll be posting the week's gig announcements as well:

Phil Lesh & Friends
Jones Beach Theater
Wantagh, N.Y.

Nak 700 Mic's > Battery Box > Sony Sbm1 > Sony D-8
Taper : Steve T  

Stratosphere..july 15..9am to 9:30

Join Stratosphere hosts, Nancy and Andrea for a conversation with Planned Parenthood Director, Barbara Zdracesky. We will discuss the recent stay to the 24 hour abortion delay law and the general status of reproductive rights laws and legislation in the state of Florida.  Listen up if you are concerned about attacks on these important protections. 

Eclectricity...the final Sunday Folk Show with Ishmael Katz

Sunday, July 12 is my final Sunday Folk Show (11am-1pm)

I will be on alternating Thursdays starting July 23 from noon-2pm

The show will be called 'Eclectricity' and will be the kind of music and themes I've been doing under the SFS.  Sunday Folk Show will alternate with 'Folk Alley'

I'll alternate with David Smash on Thurs.

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 7/10/15

Tune in to a packed show this week with Tyson Slocum (left), director of the energy program at Public Citizen, who will report on a couple of House committee hearings held Thursday. He will be preceded by author Lou Manzo in New Jersey updating us on Chris Christie and his recent entrance into the GOP primary. And, last but not least, Greg Palast will tell us what we need to know about the crisis in Greece.

Transition Sarasota and Joel Salatin

Join us this Thursday at 9am for Renaissance SRQ.

First up, we'll be talking to Don Hall of Transition Sarasota about the upcoming Eat Local Week, Films for our Future, and all of the other stuff that is in store as we transition to greater sustainability, resilience, and quality of life.

Then, we'll be getting a call from America's favorite farmer, Joel Salatin, as we talk to him about organic farming and the future of food.

Don't miss it!

Maternally Yours: Intimacy After Childbirth

Join the Conversation on Tuesday, July 7th at 6:00 p.m. ET as Ryan and Cheryl uncover some of the myths, misconceptions, and mysteries about sex and sexuality after childbirth. A birth of a child is an amazing, exciting chapter, but it can also bring changes to a couple's relationship, especially when it comes to intimacy. Tune in to hear from Christina Holmes, Licensed Midwife and owner of Birthways Family Birth Center, and Deborah Huntley, Certified Sex Therapist. Have a question for our hosts or guests?

Radio Theater Project: The Other Side of Now

Join us Wednesday, July 8th at 9 am, for a play reading of The Other Side of Now.

Time Travel is tricky because you may not wind up where you want to be. Tony Jordan winds up in a future he wasn't expecting.


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