Hosts Jim and Keven examine how "music makes the world go around" (and vice-versa), exploring and discussing relevant history, science, culture and more through the prism of music.
Aired: Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Aired: Tuesday, April 6, 2021
New York has officially legalized the use of recreational marijuana and I am celebrating! Maybe I will get profiled a little less. Pulled over a little less. Harassed, stopped and searched a little less. And I don’t even smoke the stuff… Imagine how pot smokers feel! This is a tribute to one of the world’s most popular, versatile, and notorious plants… wait, what was I just talking about?
Up & Down
Aired: Tuesday, March 23, 2021
It's the birthday of the 19th century inventor, industrialist and father of the modern elevator, Elisha Otis. Every 3 days, the equivalent of the world's population rides in an elevator. It is in honor of Elisha Otis, and his improvement to vertical movement, that we bring you an episode almost entirely dedicated to dance--an episode that we hope will make you wanna get... "Up and Down."
Aired: Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Which superhero power would you rather have? X-ray vision, superhuman strength, invisibility, laser shooting eyes, regeneration, super speed, telepathy, telekinesis, gills for breathing under water, super human patience for sitting in traffic ? If I had the choice, I know which super power I’d like to be doing right now—Flying! (preferably to someplace warm )
Streets & Roads (March 3, 2020 Redux)
Aired: Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Names! (part 3)
Aired: Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Studies show that people are more likely to donate money to a hurricane disaster relief fund if they share their that name with that hurricane. When 8th grader Katrina Petrillo was asked why she was compelled to sell $1000 worth of lemonade for the 2005 hurricane Katrina relief fund, she explained, “I knew my name was going to be remembered as the biggest disaster ever.” Good thing her parents didn’t name her Corona…
Join us for our third episode on the theme of personal monikers, handles and Names.
Names! (part 2)
Aired: Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Whether you happen to be a girl named “Michelle” like the Beatles song, or a bad guy named “Leroy Brown,” a captain named “Jack” or a street walker named “Roxanne,” a baby’s mama named Billy Jean, “a star” named Daniel, or god forbid a “boy named Sue,” or worse, a girl named “Lola,”or any other name immortalized in verse, there’s something exciting about hearing your name in a song. Join us for another episode on the popular theme of “Names”—
Aired: Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Ever feel like you’re stuck in a time loop? Ever feel like you’re stuck in a time loop? Ever feel like you’re… It’s Groundhog’s Day! An ancient midwinter tradition that prognosticates the coming of Spring. Since the release of the 1993 Harold Ramis film, “Groundhog Day” has become a euphemism for the feeling that one is stuck in a time loop—a 24 hour “déjà vu”—a day that seems to replay itself over and over.
Aired: Tuesday, January 19, 2021
It was on 101 years ago this week, that the 18th Amendment, also known as Volstead Act, was ratified banning the manufacture, sale and transport of alcoholic beverages. Join us for music and trivia that honors this anniversary of National sobriety—the period known as Prohibition—with a program dedicated to those softer beverages in our lives.
Greetings and Farewell !
Aired: Tuesday, January 5, 2021
Why do we answer the phone "Hello"? What or who is the "King of the bean"? the "Lord of Misrule"? Join us for music and history on this-- our Twelfth Night Episode as we greet the new year and say %*#@ ! to 2020!