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Straight Up MAJENGA!
A unique blending and mixing of different genres: Jazz, Funk, Soul, thematic soundtracks, spy music, Moog, Library, World & Exotic Beats, a lots of overlooked gems from the 50s, 60s and 70s. They flow together in a complimentary fashion, a funky thread of downbeat grooves.
The songs that were being played today were newly donated by retail Hmong business community. Although, some albums are a few years old. Thank you everyone for your kind contribution.
Horn of Africa news summary in English
Eritrean news coverage in Tigrigna
Community Health program with Dr. Bereket Feday
Feature Presentation - Great Northern Audio presents Cyber Bob and the Silicon Kid. Cyber Bob is an old-school geek, who still uses punch cards instead of a wireless keyboard and cell phone. And he's hired to investigate MicroDeal, because the Kid wants to know if he's a real boy. Performed live at the Mark Time Radio Show back at the beginning of the Millennium.
Second Feature - Ethan Burrows hosts the late night talk show, and he gets to debunk and otherwise abuse the callers who have seen the alien's spacecraft and bigfoot. And then one night he gets a call that makes him stop and think, and maybe change his point of view. It's Ethan Burrows' Final Broadcast, from the Earbud Theater. Written by Casey Wolfe.
Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle
"NewsWrap": Nigeria and Uganda each move closer to enacting draconian anti-LGBT legislation, but lawmakers in Uruguay move to make theirs the second country in South America to open civil marriage to lesbian and gay couples, the French government officially proposes a marriage equality bill, and Spain's Constitutional Court upholds theirs, but Slovakia's parliament rejects a proposal to recognize same-gender partnerships; the U.S. Supreme Court postpones deciding whether or not to hear Prop 8 and/or DOMA cases until the end of November; Arizona's Kyrsten Sinema narrowly wins election as the first openly bisexual member of Congress, Washington's Ed Murray becomes only the second "out" state Senate Majority Leader in U.S. history, and if the U.S. Senate confirms President Obama's nomination of William Thomas to a lifetime seat on the Court for the Southern District of Florida he'll become the country's first openly gay African-American federal court judge; the ACLU sues a Utah school district for removing "In Our Mothers' House", a picture book featuring a family headed by two lesbian moms, from the shelves of its elementary school libraries, and a school district in Austin, Texas cancels elementary school performances of "And Then Came Tango", a play based on two male penguins at a New York zoo who successfully adopted and nurtured an abandoned egg, but a pair of male penguins in Denmark joins similar couples in Spain, Germany and China to be given an orphaned egg to incubate and raise as their own (written by GREG GORDON, produced by STEVE PRIDE, and reported this week by TANYA KANE-PARRY and CHRISTOPHER GAAL)
To legendary equality activist IVY BOTTINI, feminism and lesbian rights go hand in hand -- an opinion not shared by many compatriots in the 1960s, including Betty Friedan. Ivy was a founding member of the New York City chapter of the National Organization for Women. At the beginning of the AIDS crisis, she helped found AIDS Network Los Angeles, and then co-founded AIDS Project L.A. She has since spearheaded work against meth addiction and partner abuse in the LGBT community. She also led a then-fledgling movement to create housing for elder gays and lesbians, culminating with the opening of Triangle Square in Hollywood, one of the nation's first affordable apartment complexes for senior LGBT people. During all of this, Ivy has also had a respected career as an artist. "This Way Out" correspondent ABBY DEES met recently with Ivy, now 86, to look back -- and ahead – at her often-challenging journey (produced by STEVE PRIDE