Dear Listeners and Hearers

A time to meditate and reveal that which has been hidden from our ordinary sight.

The things which were, the things that are, and the things which will be.  


Sabbath moves from sunday to monday for this moon Adar the 12th month

of King David's calendar of Light.

Firstly; Iah moves in a mysterious way - chant

Then; Morning Oblation Psalms

Next; Apocalypse of Iesus Kristos, letter to Ephesus

Then; Letter to Pergamos

sing out with Tim and Joel, Thanks for the 411

Info about Hemiptera:

canadian-us duo hemiptera, yanni ehm and jennifer clemente are in heavy persuit of the art of reduction.exploring future-bending minimalism through mostly improvised live-based performance, the duo has been influenced by outré techno innovators -- drawing upon two lifetimes of following ambient and idm, dub, house and minimal techno.hemiptera regularly contributes to canada’s pertin.nce netlabel, including a full-length: “home on the strange” and a curated compilation for charity: "thanks for tomorrow". in spring, 2009 pertin.nce released the metanoia ep, a collaboration between hempitera and bleupulp.the duo has made appearances at north american festivals, light in winter in ithaca, ny and signalfest in chapel hill, nc, as well as club nights in canada and the northeast u.s.

At 2:15pm, host James Moore talks with David Herzfeld's impressions of seminal jazz club, the Village Vanguard, celebrating its 75th year anniversary this week. David spent many nights seeing such legends as Elvin Jones whom he and his brother, Steve, would befriend and remain friends with for decades.

Also on the show, State Senator Becky Schmitz talks about her work at the state capitol and a number of bills wending their way through the legislative process, including health insurance regulation.

At 4:30, Steve Briggs will talk about his book INDIA: MIRROR OF TRUTH and his upcoming illustrated talk at the public library on Thursday March 4th which is being sponsored by the Fairfield Quiet Zone. Steve spent nine years traveling and teaching meditation in India and has many fascinating stories to share.

  • Thu
    Feb 25
    11:00 pm -
    11:00 pm

The Odds & Ends Show Tonight at 11

Tonight at 11 on the Odds & Ends show with Simon:

No Age, Best Coast, Jay Reatard, Black Lips, Wilco, and More!!


No Age

5th DPOP MUSIC takes center stage this week, and next week, on Centripetal Sounds. I dug out the old 45 RPM records, and washed 'em down with D4, and most of them actually played. So I recorded a double batch of them for the next two shows. Here is a pretty cool shot of The Fifth Dimension. We will hear a couple of hits by them. Remember 'Stoned Soul Picnic'? These are songs that people worked over, and worked over, until they were tight, squeaky tight and clean. And the production was -big, to use one word. But let me tell you, it brings back awesome memories when I hear some of these songs. No experience necessary, even if you are too young to remember these tunes. Just relax, and enjoy, and yes, you will probably sing along. Uncomplicated fun, courtesy of KRUU and The G Man, the only government you will ever need on Planet Rock & Roll!

Mexcian chocolateChocolate Chip cookies








On two recent trips to India, chocolate and candy maker Paul Poole has been fortunate to catch an intimate glimpse into the lives of some Indian families.  The key was the sharing of food, but not only meals.  Paul taught his Indian friends how to make various types of chocolates and they shared the knowledge of local sweets.  GREAT TASTE listeners will not only hear about Paul's adventures, but learn the recipes involved in this cross-cultural exchange.

Louie 1Berry

It all began in 1957, when Richard Berry and the Pharoahs released Berry's composition "Louie, Louie", as the b-side of a single, and had some regional success in the San Francisco area.  Later, when the band toured the Pacific Northwest, several local groups picked up on the song's appeal and began adding it to their set-lists.  

FORMER U.S.CONGRESSMAN MICKEY EDWARDS. Congressman Edwards was a member of Congress for 16 years and chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee. He was national chairman of the American Conservative Union and one of three founding trustees of the Heritage Foundation. He has taught at Harvard and Georgetown and is now on the faculty of Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a vice president of the Aspen Institute. Congressman Edwards is the author of the book RECLAIMING CONSERVATISM. How a Great American Political Movement Got Lost and How it Can Find Its Way Back.

Singer/songwriter Paul Fauerso Paul founded the Loading Zone in 1966. They were the opening act for such legendary groups as The Who, Rod Stewart, the Grateful Dead, Sam and Dave, Big Brother and the Holding Company with lead singer Janice Joplin, and dozens more. Paul went on to write and record music inspired by the teachings of His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

Marge PiercyMarge Piercy is the author of seventeen novels including The New York Times Bestseller Gone To Soldiers; the National Bestsellers Braided Lives and The Longings of Women and the classic Woman on the Edge of Time; seventeen volumes of poetry, and a critically acclaimed memoir Sleeping with Cats. Born in center city Detroit, educated at the University of Michigan, the recipient of four honorary doctorates, she has been a key player in many of the major progressive political battles of our time, including the anti-Vietnam war and the women's movement, and more recently an active participant in the resistance to the war in Iraq.

A popular speaker on college campuses, she has been a featured writer on Bill Moyers’ PBS Specials, Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion, Terri Gross’ Fresh Air, the Today Show, and many radio programs nationwide including Air America and Oprah & Friends.

“Live life fully while you're here. Experience everything. Take care of yourself and your friends. Have fun, be crazy, be weird. Go out and screw up! You're going to anyway, so you might as well enjoy the process. Take the opportunity to learn from your mistakes: find the cause of your problem and eliminate it. Don't try to be perfect; just be an excellent example of being human.”  ~ Anthony Robbins
Sunday night February 21st 2010
Beginning @ 11e/10c/9m/8p
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