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Baking and the West Bank

Join us Thursday at 9am for Renaissance SRQ! This week, we'll be speaking with local entreneurial dynamo Christine Nordstrom from Sift Bakehouse and Start Up Cafe about local business, good food, and being a serial entrepreneur.

We'll also be speaking with Dezeray Lyn, who will be speaking at Fogartyville Community Media and Arts Center Thursday night about her time in the occupied Palestinian territories and her role in the International Women's Peace Service. 

"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, June 8th, 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:

Grateful Dead
Folsom Field
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO

June 8, 1980
Sony ECM-250 -> Cassette Master (Sony TC-158/Maxell UDXLII-C90)
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller

Billed as “15th Anniversary Shows”

The Sunday Folk Show with Ishmael Katz

I'll be on the air Sunday, June 7 from 11am-1pm with another exciting eclectic show.  Some Memorial Day and D-Day songs; some post Florida Folk Festival favorites and artists with birthdays and passing away date during the first ten days of June....like....Alanis Morrisette; Memphis Minnie, Holly Near; Johnny Ace; Prince, Howling Wolf;Andres Segovia; Stan Rogers; Ray Charles and more...Turn On and Tune Us IN!!

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 6/5/15

Ruskin mailman, gyro-copter pilot, Doug Hughes (left) who tried to deliver "letters" to each member of Congress last month by landing on the Capitol lawn is joining Lew and Steve to talk about the flight more importantly the message contained in those letters.

And later, Stephen Spaulding, policy counsel for Common Cause will tell about the latest developments in that group's efforts to fix campaign finance regulations.

Maternally Yours: Birth Trauma for Dads

Join the conversation on Tuesday, June 2nd at 6 pm ET as we talk about postpartum depression and birth trauma from dad's viewpoint.

Humor and Homelessness

Join us this Thursday at 9am on Renaissance SRQ as Steve and Gonzo talk humor and homelessness.

First up, we'll be joined in the studio by two of Sarasota's funniest people - Les McCurdy and Christine Alexander - to discuss all of the goings on over at McCurdy's Comedy Theatre, including their upcoming comedy classes.

We'll then be joined by Tom Rebman, the Orlando teacher who has raised quite a stink over his 90 days of homelessness throughout the country, and his questions about whether or not we should be listening to Dr. Robert Marbut.

"HRR HITS THE EARLY ROOTS OF PSYCHOBILLY" 4-6 PM Tues.

Christian of Vatican City Vinyl officially joins the ranks of the HotRodRock Collective.  Christian brings, besides a store full of vinyl records, a deep love of the roots of rock and punk to HRR.

 This week Christian looks at the vergence of these too scenes.  Primp up the victory spikes and pompadours , cause who knows where the focus lies.

 http://vaticancityvinylrecords.tumblr.com/  

Stratosphere...9am to 9;30 ...june 3

Join Stratosphere for a discussion with Jaclyn Lopez, Florida Director, Center for Biological Diversity. Learn about diversity issues affecting Florida and the impact of global warming in Florida's future.

"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, June 1st, 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:

Jerry Garcia Band
Roseland Ballroom
New York, N.Y.

June 1, 1983
MAC (Taped by Mark Cohen, FOB Nak 700s > Sony TC-D5)

As far as I can see, only one Dead concert on a June 1st circulates, and that is
’91, which I have already broadcast, so here we have a fine audience recording
of a hot night:

Memories of Days Gone By... 5PM-7PM Sunday 5/31/2015

This week on the "Memories of Days Gone By", It will be all Philadelphia Doo-Wop, the feature group will be the Tymes. My special guest will be Ceasar Berry, original member.

The Tymes reached #1 on the Billboard charts in 1963 with the classic, "So much in love".

Join me for a trip back to the streets of Philly and the great Doo-Wop music of the 50's and 60's.

 

Danny C.

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