James Moore's blog

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2 Hour Tribute to Chester Bennington & Chris Cornell | RIP

RIP Chester Bennington of Linkin Park.

KRAUTROCK, BITTE!!

Tonight on PLATTENKISTE at 10pm CT onpeople-powered KRUUfm.com three krautrock bands from the 70s: Krokodil, Mythos, & Can. A veritable feast. ENJOY!

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The Great American pageant continues...
TALKBACK w/ the Newsvandal
, making sense out of the senseless.

From community radio central, KRUU 100.1 FM, where every day in Independents' Day!!

KRAUT ROCK ROCKS!! CAN & NEU!

 

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"As you may know by now, when you attack him, he will punch back 10 times harder."
--
First Lady Melania Trump at a voter rally in Milwaukee, 2016



"When they attack him, he's going to hit back.”
--Sarah Huckabee Sanders
, White House spokesperson, June 2017

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Talkback w/ JP Sottile, the Newsvandal & James Moore

Is there a difference between lying and lying through your teeth?

It's Sottile Time. Friday. 4pm CT. kruufm.com. Rebro SUN 9am. We go inside the headlines on Talkback for THE WEEK THAT WAS. newsvandal.com.

Great piece by the great Mike Kilen of the Des Moines Register on a great Fairfield couple, John Freeberg and Susan Walsh.

Yep, these home artists are rocking it big time, as this piece elucidates. Solar-powered, too. John, long-time community radio supporter who helped with reconstruction at the station and much more, is even wearing his "Join the KRUU" t-shirt!

Congratulations, John & Susan, on doing Fairfield proud with your amazing vision and work together. [Click on title to read the whole piece...}

An Iowa Couple Used the Earth Around Them to Build A Small Home That is Powered by the Sun

FAIRFIELD, Iowa — The house is made of soil, timber, straw and rock that John Freeberg and Susan Walch gathered on their land and assembled over the last six years. It is powered by the sun and its water pumped from a pond.

Sitting atop a wave of meadow near Fairfield, the home is an expression of art from the landscape and connection to curious community members who often drive down a gravel country lane to see it.

“People come here and they don’t want to leave. They say it makes them feel good,” Walch said. “This is heaven. We never want to leave.”

Their 1,100 square-foot home is featured in the new book “Small Homes: The Right Size,” which showcases dwellings between 500 and 1,200 square feet.

LIES, for sure. But Whose? And much more...

Southern rock pioneer Gregg Allman



















Allman Brothers Band leader "passed away peacefully at his home in Savannah, Georgia"

Allman's longtime manager and close friend Michael Lehman added, "I have lost a dear friend and the world has lost a brilliant pioneer in music. He was a kind and gentle soul with the best laugh I ever heard. His love for his family and bandmates was passionate as was the love he had for his extraordinary fans. Gregg was an incredible partner and an even better friend. We will all miss him."  [Click on pic for Rolling Stone article.]

Here's a link to an interview KRUU's Mike Ragogna did with Gregg in 2011.

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