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GREEN -or- Not: The Importance of Buying Local
The show that informs you what is green, what is not, and how to tell the difference.
With all the hype on what is green, listeners will tune and learn the basic of true green discernment. This is straight talk for those of you who are dedicated to "walking the walk" of sustainability.
Songs range from the 80's to current time from cool rock to Gospal music. It brings memories of the past time and draw us closer to highway to heaven.
Horn of Africa news summary in English
Eritrean news coverage in Tigrigna
Community center issues
Assistance to Eritreans with citizenship application
public service announcement, grieving of a death in the community
Feature Presentation - From the series Sci-Fi Radio series come two stories of things not being what they are expected to be. First is The Twonky, in which a man gets a new stereo console, but finds it can do lots of things that other stereos can't do. It lights his cigarettes, and washes his dishes, and waaay more than that. Original story was published in 1942 by Lewis Padgett, who was actually the husband and wife team of Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore.
Second feature - The other story is Shape, by Robert Sheckley. In this story the Glom, invading aliens take on a shape appropriate to the function they intend to perform. They are admonished to keep their proper shape to maintain focus on their mission. But they wonder at the humans they are going to invade, as they seem to always have the same shape no matter what they are doing. Original story published in 1953, and is available as a free eBook at the Gutenberg Project.
The Sci-Fi Radio series was produced by Kevin Singer and Ron DiUllio with a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle
The 25th annual World AIDS Day will be observed on December 1st. But several years before the first World AIDS Day, activists like AIDS Quilt founder CLEVE JONES were sounding the alarm about the coming crisis. He described the era to "This Way Out's" STEVE PRIDE. [www.clevejones.com]
There are happily other lesbians and gay men with us who bring a historical perspective to their present activism. Veteran lesbian-feminist agitator IVY BOTTINI shares some lessons learned with "This Way Out" correspondent ABBY DEES (produced with STEVE PRIDE) [www.ivybottini.com]