I am currently in the peak of the seasonal business cycle. Being there is overwhelming at best, long hours and stifling heat. I find myself thinking that I, like many others, will rise to the occasion by that leap of faith known as 'putting one foot down in front of the other and moving ahead'. Today I promise I will look for what I am looking for, be kind and generous, and stop short of missing the details of living that bring on the joy. Two hours of that will be mellow contemplative music. Join me from 2-4 Thursday... The G Man.
and don't be distracted...
by the bullets.
brave the hate...
keep on dancing...
and feel that pulse.
dance for the entire hour...
keep the pulse...
To teach gardeners easy and sustainable tricks they can use to keep pests off vegetable plants, entomologist Moni Hayne researched, wrote, took photos for, and published an e-book. Garden Insect Pests of North America--Pictures for Identifying and Organic Controls identifies and contains pictures of 30 common insect pests. It also explains which are the good bugs that you shouldn't control (because they eat bad ones). Moni, who holds two degrees in entomology, has participated in a wide variety of research projects involving many different vegetable and fruit crops. She shares her insect and plant knowledge by engaging in volunteer programs in schools, 4-H clubs, and conservation groups at the local, state, and national level.
With Father's Day upon us, my thoughts turn to my late father(he passed away about six years ago at Parkview in Fairfield). My father was not a touchy-huggy seventies kind of dad. But he obviously loved(and was proud of) his family. The best best thing he ever did for me was simply saying "yes." He said "yes" to a slightly crackpot idea. In 1977 or 1978 I was offered a position as a nighttime disc jockey at KMCD-KBCT. The job(my first) was mine for the taking but I knew I had to have my father's approval. After all, the job would take me away from my evening farm chores. On top of that, someone(probably my dad) would have to drive into Fairfield to pick me up from work every night just after 10pm. And damned if he didn't agree to the idea. He said yes(we were in the basement at the time changing into clean clothes after working outside). Thanks, dad. I may not be a full-time radio man these days but that job put me on the road to where I am today.
THE WEEK THAT WAS
A Chaotic Whodunnit Follows the DNC’s Trump Research Hack
Trump’s campaign hits a wall
>>>Running And Gunning
Guns in America: A history of violence
JP Morgan and Bank of America in cluster bomb investors 'Hall of Shame'
>>>It's So Easy
Yellen Says Brexit Vote Influenced Fed Call to Hold Rates Steady
The Fed Is Learning Just How Hard the Exit From Easy Money Will Be
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James Moore and Michael Sternfeld chat with Chrysta Bell, David Lynch's muse, at 10pm CT on KRUUfm.com. Will play some of her exquisite music as well. Tune in and turn on.
Chrysta Bell is performing at the Sondheim Center Sunday, June 19th for a benefit for the David Lynch Film Department. David Lynch is this year's keynote commencement speaker.
Tune in to Writers' Voices this week to learn how Richelle Mead became an international best-selling author of young adult fantasy fiction with her series "Vampire Academy."
Her new series, "The Glittering Court" combines fantasy, history and good old-fashioned story-telling.
Set in a world that combines an old world with features of Elizabethan England and a "New World" that bears some resemblance to the American colonies, this series has the ingredients for a smash hit YA series - romance, adventure, and powerful heroines.
Pixar is one of our fave studios and we're happy to report that Finding Dory is getting a solid "Thumbs Up" from the critics. There are currently 133 reviews available on the review site RottonTomatoes and 126 are positive. That's a 95% approval rating, very good for a wide release and something we've come to expect from Pixar. "Finding Dory" can be touching, sweet and tender, it's also compulsively, preposterously and steadfastly funny." - Wall Street Journal. Central Intelligence, an action comedy starring Kevin Hart & Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson also has a good buzz. "What Central Intelligence lacks in depth or inventiveness, it makes up for in personality, steaming along on the robust comic rapport between Johnson and Hart." - NPR
We always look for small films under the radar to alert folks to. Of interest is Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made. "After Steven Spielberg's classic Raiders of the Lost Ark was released 35 years ago, three 11-year-old boys from Mississippi set out on what would become a 7-year-long labor of love and tribute to their favorite film: a faithful, shot-for-shot adaptation of the action adventure film. They finished every scene...except one; the film's explosive airplane set piece. Over two decades later, the trio reunited with the original cast members from their childhood in order to complete their film." "Often poignant, occasionally pathetic, but never short of entertaining, "Raiders!" captures the obsessive hold movies have on young people's imaginations" - Variety
We'll also cover some of the August releases in our continuing summer movie preview, on the Filmosophers with Chris Busch & Bruce Miller, where we give our filmosophy of the movies and have filmosophical discussions. "They used real snakes, did their own stunts and nearly burnt down their mom's house...." - television reporter, Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made
Featuring the Grammy nominated album:
"Joe and Beth give a jazzy performance, with funky blues riffs and blaring horns to boot. Hart’s vocals recall an early Tina Turner, a powerful homage to the roots of soul." -- Blues Rock Review