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12 Apr 2014

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5 Apr 2014

Show #546

Did you know in Doofus County, they look forward to the Easter Hog? Find out in hour one. Finally a sensible organization who talks sense about guns: listen to Christine Fenno of Moms Demand Action in hour two. Singer-songwriter Karla Moheno from NYC talks and entertains us in hour three.
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22 Mar 2014

Show #544

Jim Grimes with an IL jobs update. Brian calls in his science report from the 14th Century. Who is The Bee Man? Arvin Pierce maintains about 70 bee hives. Dr. Paul Mach shows his frustration in trying to keep people healthy. Micah Walk works his magic in the studio with his guitar and songs from his new CD "Micah Walk."
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15 Mar 2014

Show #543

Brian Willard calls in about upcoming SCA event (Society for Creative Anachronism): Sat., March 22 from 9 am - going all day at Southfork HS in Kincaid, IL. - sword play, games for the kids, dinner for $8, and much more.

Isaac Koren, founder of Rocks and Gravel Coffee Company. They caramelize the bean, not burn it. And 10% of proceeds go to help a micro-lending program. Do you know the recipe for corned beef - Siobhan tells us - set aside several days to prepare it.

Sam roves the St. Patrick Day Parade. Did you know during the summer months, the flag flying over Lincoln's tomb is lowered during a ceremony and given to a visitor? Jim Patton, Civil War reenactor tells us about it. Lanphier HS band marched in the Parade for the first time this year. Kittie Hose is the Director.

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8 Mar 2014

Show #542

Guest Host was Jim Grimes whose Jobs Report in Hour 1 included useful websites (listed below). Our Hour 2 guest couldn't answer the bell, but will be on next week (Isaac Koren with Rocks and Gravel Coffee Company). Played episode of Hell Call for Stella, Joy's cat.

Lana reads the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling, though Hugh says "If you can keep you head while all about you are losing theirs, you must be the executioner.." Dr. Paul Mach asks the question: Why do people keep doing things that are bad for them, when they know they are bad for them? Let us know if you have the answer.

Kyle Evans with the band Echo Bloom lives in Brooklyn and has a great sound. Give them a listen. "The Flood" is a take on the Noah story.

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