Forgotten jams from the like best ever decade! This time around Cat Taylor helps us discuss the careers of The Professionals, Q-Feel, Divinyls, EG Daily, Guadalcanal Diary and Diesel.

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Welcome to Brick Bulb Town where you'll meet folks like Swuandy Howtoefah, Farnky Smearcake, Clunk Shoetoucher the Jerk Kicker General, Ting Tap the tinker twister and the adorable Plubby. But against the nightmares of scraping sounds, all is not all is right in the town and Swuandy is determined get to the bottom of it!  

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Martha Stevenson, a volunteer counselor at Door of Hope crisis pregnancy center, talks about helping those recovering from poor choices, sexual abuse, drug addiction, abortion and much more.  

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Philisophical haggling of ideas! On this episode we talk the safety of loneliness, the last thoughts before execution, courage to protect others at one’s own risk, the rotten meat of nightmares, the arogance of youth, the energy of youth and much more.

 

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The exciting conclusion of the events that set off the American Revolutionary War, in addition to some insight into life around the Lexington Tourist Center and the uncanny of correlation between the infamous day and a recent immigrant to the United States. 

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The events of April 18th and 19th 1775 around the Boston, Massachusetts area set off events that would shake the world order and enshrine the concepts of liberty and democracy within the minds of nearly all peoples afterwards. June Baer of the Lexington Historical Society relays for us this epic story hurling seemingly ordinary soldiers, farmers, radicals and businessmen into extraordinary circumstances.

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A story of one woman's journey from Mao's Revolutionary China to rural Kentucky.

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Cri Cri El Grillito Cantor was a Mexican musician who sang to millions of children, telling stories of mice, ducks, ants and many other creatures who had problems not unlike humans. Guest Grace Guerra comes Back by the Woodpile to recall the Little Singing Cricket and how it colored her adolescence in Southern Mexico.  

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Tanya Bowman of Plans 4U Youth Organization talks not only her time working for The Door of Hope crises pregnancy center but how they ended up helping her deal with a dark secret.  

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Artists in Cuba are unable to express themselves freely without fear of reprisals from the Communist government. To help us learn their names and stories Babalublog.com’s Alberto de la Cruz tells us about such individuals as El Sexto, Tania Bruguera, Lia Villares, Luis Manuel Otero, Yanelys Nuñez and others. In addition we talk the New York Times propagating Cuban propaganda, the Cuban influence in Maduro’s Venezuela and the Democratic Socialists of America.  

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A story about a hunter charged with overthrowing a kingdom of wolves located within the caverns of a large mountain covered by bark. 

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Derek Sorrells returns to conclude the story of his drumming career, including his stints with The Frantics and London Calling (with Jaime Rowe) and his meeting with a tall caped demon named Gene Simmons.

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