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Mike Ragogna's 2.0 - 20100901 - Haley Taylor

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Hayley Taylor

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Mike Ragogna's 2.0 - 20100901 - Pete Seeger

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"Sing for as many different kinds of people as you can--old folks, middle aged folks, kids, infants. And sing for people you disagree with, too. Learning how to communicate with people we disagree with is something the whole world has to learn."

Born on May 3, 1919, Pete Seeger was an iconic singer-songwriter best known for his contributions to the American folk music revival and his political activism. He wrote hits like "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" and "Turn, Turn, Turn," which have been recorded by artists like Peter, Paul & Mary, the Byrds, and others. Seeger was also an engaged activist, supporting such causes as international disarmament, civil rights and environmental awareness.

For his established career as a musician and activist, Seeger received three musical Grammy Awards and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, among various other honors, during his lifetime. He died at age 94 on January 27, 2014, in New York City.

May this legendary troubador, mountain of integrity, folk trailblazer, cultural creative, political lighthouse, and peace activist extraordinaire, rest in peace.

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- Icon Art Radio - 20100829 - Time

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- Life & Debt - Firedrill #3

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100827 - Peter Sterling

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Peter SterlingJames Moore interviews award-winning magic harpist Peter Sterling about his angelic journey into worldwide musical success from surfer to ski instructor to the silence of the Sedona mountains to Stonehenge and beyond.

Sterling will be performing in Fairfield at a rooftop concert under the stars across from AJ's Bicycle Shop Friday, September 3rd sponsored by the Dharma Foundation, Circle Crop Restaurant ans KRUU-FM. He'll lead a workshop on Sunday. Thymely Solutions has more ticket information.

- 20100827 - Writer's Voices - Amy Boesky

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Amy BoeskyMonica and Caroline welcome Boston College English professor Amy Boesky to Writers' Voices to discuss her memoir of new motherhood and the deep connections of sisters who grew up in the shadow of a family legacy of early death from cancer. This emotionally satisfying memoir shows us what it means to live in the moment when you live with the knowledge that your moments may be all too few. "What We Have" was published by Penguin Books.  Boesky was also one of the principal ghostwriters for the popular young adult series "Sweet Valley High."

Join us once again for an intimate conversation all about writing with a wonderful author.

- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20100826

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Brian Ray

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CreedHailing from Tallahassee, Florida, Creed became popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The band disbanded in 2004 after three multi-platinum albums, selling 26 million records in the United States   and an estimated 35 million records worldwide. The original members of Creed reunited in 2009 for a tour and a new album called Full Circle. [wiki]

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