Earth Day

# 334 - The Earth Day Wind & Fire Happy Hour


58:31 minutes (53.58 MB)

Tonight on the show, a FULL hour of Earth, Wind & Fire classics (plus that one song that Philip Bailey paired up with Phil Collins, or 1/3 of Genesis + one fraction of Earth, Wind & Fire). Earth, Wind & Fire is a true American band, crossing genres in its five decade history, founded in Chicago by the late Maurice White in 1969. The band had its breakthrough year in 1975 with hits like "Shining Star", "Can't Hide Love", and "That's The Way of the World" (the latter song was also the name of an other than forgettable film co-starring the band and featuring their music, starring Harvey Keitel). The group is in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the NAACP Image Award Hall of Fame, and on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2019, in honor of the group's 50th Anniversary, the band was rewarded with the Kennedy Center Honor, one of the highest and most prestigious honors in the entertainment business. The group has infused African, Latin, Caribbean, R&B, Soul, Jazz, Funk, Rock, Disco, and Afro Pop through the years and through the hits.

The Other Side of the News April 20 2018-Cohen investigation, Pompeo in Korea and attacks on Kucinich

Bob and Dan discuss recent Trump news -- the Cohen raid, why people should care, the Pompeo situation and why the Democratic Party is attacking Dennis Kucinich

29:30 minutes (27.01 MB)

Bob and Dan discuss recent Trump news -- the Cohen raid, why people should care, the Pompeo situation and why the Democratic Party is attacking Dennis Kucinich

The Other Side of the News April 7, 2017 - Interview wit Jordan Flaherty and Victoria Parks

Bob interviews author Jordan Flaherty on his book No More Heroes and Victoria Parks, Program Director of WGRN community radio

29:39 minutes (34.56 MB)

Earth Day Columbus 2014 # 1


0:42 minutes (663.46 KB)

PSA for the 2014 Earth Day Columbus Celebration - April 26 at Columbus Commons

The Other Side of the News April 7, 2014 - Talking about the Free Press


29:50 minutes (27.31 MB)

Bob Fitrakis and Gerry Bello talk about the new freepress.org website and articles in the April issue of the publication.

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