THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal
Here are all the factions opposed to the GOP’s Obamacare replacement plan
Paul Ryan Fundraised With Health Insurance Lobbying Firm Just Before His PowerPoint
Longtime allies, sworn enemies and temporary bedfellows collide on Syria battlefield
No 'Incompetence' or 'Bad Judgment' in Yemen Raid, Probe Finds
The Marine Corps' nude-photo-sharing scandal is even worse than first realized
Donald Trump unaware Michael Flynn was a 'foreign agent', Sean Spicer says
With Trump in White House, His Golf Properties Prosper
CEOs Widen Income Gap Over Staff as Survey Shows 5.5% Pay Jump
A Tiny Bit Of Good News On Inequality Before It All Goes To Hell
The CIA can hack your TV? So what else is new?
We've recently seen the top two films at the box office and look forward to discussing how much we enjoyed them. Plus we have a review of the big-time (literally :) new release Kong: Skull Island.
We'll briefly revisit three of Hayao Miyazaki's classic Studio Ghibli films Shane & his dad saw yet again- Howl's Moving Castle; Nausicca Of The Valley Of the Wind and Castle In The Sky.
All that and as much more as time (about 28 minutes) allows, on the Filmosophers, with Chris Busch & Bruce Miller, "where we give our filmosophy of the movies and have filmosophical discussion." Fridays 12:30 PM, again Sunday mornings 11:30.
"Run!!" - Kong: Skull Island
The next Rainbow Rider show, airing Saturday morning at 2 AM, and Monday morning at 4 AM: Bob Dylan and his New Morning release circa 1970. This album really holds up well, in his vast catalogue. Played in it's entirety. Then The Sir Douglas Quintet from their Complete Mercury Recordings. Next we are off to other genres with Joe Walsh, Mickey Newbury, Vintage Cucumber, and Moonalice. The replay of a show that played yesterday airs next Wednesday morning at 2 AM. It is called Always Back to Silence, and it featues Dzyan, Jonathan Wilson, Spacemen 3, and The Beatles. Also, check out the album of the month on my blog by Luke Winslow-King. If you are up all night, by the way, do not hesitate to check out The Ultra Lounge show as well. Rich Sims will take good care of you. The G Man, aka Cool Breeze
I'm super excited to announce this brand new venture that I'll be starting tomorrow! KRUU FM has offered me a spot on their schedule to host my own radio show which I'm calling "The Inspiration Initiative."
The show will air weekly and will feature music that has inspired me in some way and will also be home to monthly interviews with other artists where we'll discuss their creative process and how they go about getting inspired. --Luke Davids
Tune in live at http://kruufm.com/ and look out for replay links after the show has aired!
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Ever wondered about the steps required to open a top-notch dining establishment? Chef Matt Steigerwald has gone through the process multiple times, including his current initiative with Wilson's Orchard. Join Matt and me on this week's broadcast, and learn about the creation of Rapid Creek Cidery. I am certain you will find it inspriring and insightfull to listen as he describes the process of building a concept, menu, suppliers, and staff.
THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal
A Who's Who of the Trump Campaign's Russia Connections
Sergey Kislyak, Russian Envoy, Cultivated Powerful Network in U.S.
How much longer can Republicans defend Trump over Russia?
Russia asserts growing ambitions in Middle East with Libya talks
US Launches a Flurry of Airstrikes Against al-Qaeda in Yemen
Trump pledges ‘great rebuilding’ of military on visit to new carrier
Palantir Provides the Engine for Donald Trump’s Deportation Machine
EPA moves confirm Trump's climate hostility, but what of the Paris Agreement?
Our Oceans Are Garbage
I will always remember a night in the 1970s, sitting at a small table in the Fairfield VFW hall watching my friend Bruce play drums for an old man country and western band. Of course my pals and I thought it was hilarious that a cool guy like Bruce would stoop to playing such square music as "The Key's In the Mailbox" and "Heartaches by the Number." Flash forward to present day Chicago. I've been playing traditional country music as part of the Gin Palace Jesters for more than twelve years. We've taken our brand of American music to Texas, California, Canada, Germany and Finland. And even when it's very late and we're unloading our equipment after a long drive home, I take great pride in what we do. We entertain.