Date Uploaded: 2014-10-01 01:12:46.0not sure how i didn't know about this, but prong is playing at empire in springfield, va, tonight so i will start the show with something from them!
plus, we will here some music from electric six who will be playing tuesday night in d.c. at the black cat!
i do not have any new music tonight, but you can be certain i will still have plenty of stellar music for your stellar ears...including your requests!
vaxsination: i am not mentioning this on the air, but i'm djing at fallout on wednesday, october 8th, 9 pm to 2 am. there is no cover to get in...if you like the dog germs music, then you will probably like the vaxsination music! hope to see you all there!
prong on oct. 1 @ empire, springfield, va
electrix six on oct. 7th @ black cat, washington, d.c.
the damned and t.s.o.l. on oct. 26th @ black cat, washington, d.c.
sam hain on oct. 31st @ howard theater, washington, d.c.
assemblage 23 on oct. 31 @ empire, springfield, va
the glitch mob, the m machne, chrome sparks on nov. 2 @ echostage, washington, d.c.
echoes of solitude, fallout of fear, proceed the eye, automated messiah on nov. 7th @ taphouse, norfolk, va
johnny marr on nov. 9 @ 9:30 club, washington, d.c.
the birthday massacre on nov. 15 @ empire, springfield, va
Date Uploaded: 2014-09-30 20:09:23.0Featuring: A report from the people’s climate march in NYC, commentary from political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, the corporate media trumpets the state’s fabricated terror threat to warrant air strikes on Syria, student organized walk outs in Jefferson county Colorado sparks a significant call out from work by teachers over school board’s attempted whitewashing of curriculum, and we continue our running segments on voices of the houseless in the United States this week with interviews from three single mothers that are houseless and their personal experiences. Tina Sykes, Kimberly Powell, and Tyra Harper of Philadelphia (Alternative Outlook Radio exclusive).
Date Uploaded: 2014-09-30 20:02:04.0We're b-a-a-a-c-k! Open Source RVA returns from August rerun recess today, kicking off the new season with a show devoted to politics and propulsion. Joining us with be 1st District City Councilman Jon Baliles, who will talk about (among other things) the mayor's new proposed property tax cut and controversial comments on the urgency of fixing ailing public school buildings. We'll also speak with Chelsea Lahmers of Scoot Richmond, the region's only full service motorscooter dealer, about all things scooter. Hop aboard and hang on for Richmond's audio news digest, today at 4PM on 97.3 FM and http://wrir.org/
Date Uploaded: 2014-09-30 19:40:53.0Craig Wilder talks about his book Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities, which lays bare uncomfortable truths about race, slavery, and many of America's revered colleges and universities. Lili Haydn, violinist, vocalist and composer talks with us about her latest work. As a violinist, she plays like few others; her compositions are stunning in their originality and daring. We discuss her music and her latest album LiliLand.
Date Uploaded: 2014-09-30 18:01:08.0The former Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) inspector for the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, Dr. Michael Peck, wrote a statement held secret by the NRC until recently that seismic, tsunami and fire issues at the plant are so serious that Diablo Canyon needs to shut down until they are fixed. The NRC and the owner, Pacific Gas and Electric, disagree in their September 10, 2014, statements. Mark Satorius, the NRC’s executive director for operations said that there were no immediate seismic issues at Diablo Canyon, located on the ocean near San Luis Obispo, California.
Harvey Wasserman discusses with two anti nuclear experts, Rochelle Becker and David Lochbaum, why the plant is operating today. Harvey Wasserman is both an anti nuclear campaigner of 40 plus years and an advocate for a solar future. He says that we must and can build the green powered earth before the next nuclear meltdown. Rochelle Becker is the co-founder of the Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility and David Lochbaum is an engineer who worked for 17 years in nuclear power plants and now heads the Nuclear Safety Project of the Union of Concerned Scientists.
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Date Uploaded: 2014-09-30 13:17:37.0Radio Curious speaks with four different public servants about how a rural community copes in times of catastrophic wildfires.
Date Uploaded: 2014-09-30 08:47:27.0Walking With Our Sisters, Human Rights Museum, People's Climate March
Date Uploaded: 2014-09-30 08:30:51.0Science shows the planet is a heat machine. Methane gas levels have risen as well as carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Many reasons there are to say that the tipping point of the condition of global warming crisis has been reached. 500 species are dying per day and the feedback loops have reached exponential levels.How do we cope? How should we feel and what should we do? What is each person doing?
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