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Tags: Radio Free Nashville
Categories : financial, friends and family, humor, local self-sufficiency
Sunday, April 2nd, Radio Free Nashville, the station that broadcasts The Green Hour, where these Deep Green Perspective posts air, is having a birthday party. Please help support the station by buying tickets for the event. I have 5 for sale. If you are interested, leave a comment on this post telling how to get in touch with you. All comments are moderated before posting, so I can keep your contact info private if you prefer.
It’s our 12th year, so we’re seniors. And that can only mean we’re having a PROM!
Join us at Radio Free Nashville’s SENIOR PROM and party like it’s whenever you can remember! We’ve got everything: the music, the disco ball, the punch that’s ‘maybe’ spiked. We’ll even be crowning a prom king and queen.
There’s a dance contest and other games with great prizes, plus cake and ice cream, a few surprises, and of course, delicious Yazoo brew. So dress to the nines and relive your prom, or wash away that memory and make one anew, at Radio Free Nashville’s Senior Prom!
You know what we’re talking about!
Event Begins: 2017 Apr 2 at 1:00 PM
Event Ends: 2017 Apr 2 at 4:00 PM
Entrance Fee: $25.00 (beer-free, “designated driver” tickets are $20)
Age Limit: 0 Venue: Yazoo Brewing Company (Bar)
910 Division St.
Nashville, TN 37203
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Tags: Charles Eisenstein, Radio Free Nashville, The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible, WRFN-LP
Categories : book review, election reform, Green Party, local politics, local self-sufficiency, politics
This coming Sunday, June 8, I will return to a monthly slot on The Green Hour on WRFN, Radio Free Nashville, starting with a “performance,” as it were, of my “Edward Snowden and the Farm.” I’m not sure if I’ll do both parts or just one. It depends on how long the reading and music take. I am also planning to do a “books on the air” presentation of Charles Eisenstein’s “The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible,” which I think expresses the long-range Green vision with exceptional clarity. (That will also save me from having to do as much writing as I used to do for the show!). Eisenstein will not be my sole stock in trade, of course. I’m too much of an egotist not to have something to say to the public once a month! There will also be music, of course. All words and no music makes for a dull radio show. The station will soon be expanding its signal strength so that it is audible all over town, and I had intended to wait for that to happen, but one of our programmers has been doing two slots a month and was ready for a break, so, as if I don’t have enough to do already, I’m adding “radio host” to my juggling act.
Another development worth mentioning here is that I am running for the Tennessee House of Representatives, 54th district, as a Green. To that end, I have started another blog, “Holsinger for House,” where I am concentrating on how the Green paradigm expresses itself on local issues and our current political reality.