May 5, 2017
by Brian Marks
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The Ambient Door premieres on Baton Rouge Community Radio Saturdays at midnight

Every Saturday at midnight (right after The Clearing with Captain Christopher, technically Sunday at midnight) tune into 96.9FM WHYR-LP for The Ambient Door, hosted by KB Architect. The Ambient Door will play ambient, electronic, and other forms of abstract music and premieres this May 7th at the stroke of midnight. Check it out.

P.S. The Clearing is moving to one hour earlier (9:00pm-12:00am) Saturday nights on WHYR starting Saturday, May 6th. The Juke Joint is also moving to a two-hour format, 7:00-9:00pm every Saturday night for the best Baton Rouge Blues around.

May 5, 2017
by Brian Marks
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Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour coming to WHYR Saturday mornings at 7:00am

Get ready to get folksy on Baton Rouge Community Radio every Saturday morning from 7:00-8:00am with Michael Johnathon’s Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour. The program, originating from Lexington, Kentucky before a live audience, is Americana, folk, bluegrass, country and more. Young performers are featured on every show. So wake up with Woodsongs on Baton Rouge Community Radio on Saturdays starting May 6th at 7:00am.

May 2, 2017
by Les Lane
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KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON

Well, we’re past Trump’s 100 days and, as of right now, we haven’t been disintegrated by a nuclear blast.  Life is good!

A couple of months ago, this blog lobbied for increased vigilance against poor journalism, but left out specific examples of what could (should?) be avoided by the serious news seeker, problem-solver, and political peace-maker.  Therefore, please find examples of poor journalism enclosed herein dear readers (all five of you).  These were taken from just one liberal clearing house – Alternet on 5-2-17– because that was on the computer screen at the time.  This is not to pick on Alternet.  Huffington Post (now Huffpost), Daily Beast, Salon, Slate, Politico…you name it, they all have bloviation like the following.  The focus here is on liberal journalism because most conservative journalism is so far gone any kind of analysis is an exercise in futility.  Article titles are in italics.  Comment follows. Continue Reading →