Liberty Finch & DJ Izzy celebrate Bicycle Day with a psych/pop spectacular!
Swiss scientist Albert Hofmann was the first person to synthesize, ingest and learn the psychedelic effects of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). On April 19, 1943, he performed a self-experiment to determine the drug’s true affects. Less than an hour later he experienced sudden and intense changes in perception, and asked his lab assistant to escort him home by bicycle. Hofmann died in 2008 at the age of 102.
April is Autism Awareness Month – Dr. Ricki Robinson and Nzingha West
Kinshasha will be talking with Dr. Ricki Robinson and Nzingha West who worked in the NYC school system as a special education teacher and has now started her own company so she can help parents across the country more directly without her hands being tied by bureacreacy.
Nzingha West’s book is Is My Kid Stupid: Avoiding an Educational Disaster, and Dr. Ricki Robinson’s book, Autism Solutions – How To Create a Healthy And Meaningful Life For Your Child will be discussed on April 18th program.
A program this week dedicated to two friends who had passed away recently. Hour one I welcomed my brother Jon and Ron Anderson and we celebrated the life of local singer Harry Lovett who was also known as Harry Jay and then Johnny Harra. Hour two I remember one of this stations special volunteer Jim Krahn.