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THE OFFICIAL BLOG TALK RADIO SHOW FOR THE NEW BLACK PANTHER PARTY. BLACK POWER !ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE !
 
BLACK EMPOWERMENT, ADVANCEMENT , AND LIBERATION THROUGH SOCIAL, CULTURAL, ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL MEANS
 
Each week, Dan Cummins takes fascinating listener suggested topics and enthusiastically dives into time sucks about everything from Charles Manson to the Lizard Illuminati, absurdly and sarcastically sharing the best of what he uncovers with you. Time to get curious! Time for Timesuck.
 
St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
 
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Your resource for movie, tv, and video game news, reviews, and opinions.
 
Aughts & Nots is a chronological review of comic book crossover events from DC & Marvel from the early 2000’s - perhaps the most overlooked era in comics!
 
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Host Don Marsh talks with local members of the Muslim community about the aftermath of the terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
 
Host Don Marsh talks to St. Louis County assessor Jake Zimmerman about the recent rise in property values in the county, and the potential impact on property taxes.
 
Host Don Marsh talks with science reporter Eli Chen in light of proposed changes to Missouri's regulations on coal ash contamination.
 
Many of St. Louis' known – and not-so-known – performers are included in a big pictorial history of St. Louis and its music, titled “St. Louis Sound: An Illustrated Timeline.” It also goes beyond the men and women who made and wrote the music; it includes the disc jockeys who promoted it, the record stores that sold it and the venues where musi ...…
 
The discussion touches on regional matters including pretrial detention at the St. Louis' medium-security Workhouse, the latest news surrounding the Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s office and the police department, and the proposed Missouri legislation that would change Title IX procedures at colleges and universities in the state, among other t ...…
 
This episode is sponsored by Amazon! Click this link to order on Amazon and any order you place gets a tiny percentage kicked back to us here at GlitchUp. We appreciate it! Agenda: In this weeks podcast, we’ve got a pretty short episode in store for you as the upcoming weeks will be a flurry of hyped up releases and even a visit to our local co ...…
 
It’s been said that life is a cabaret. But what exactly is a cabaret? Ask storyteller and performer Beverly Buck Brennan, and she’ll list three key things: a singer, a piano and someone to play it. “Cabaret also, by definition, is about getting to know the performer personally,” the lifelong St. Louisan says. “It’s not like you’re in a musical ...…
 
Including Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma, the Ozarks is a geographic region known for its mountainous topography, forests and tourism. The region also has a unique culinary history. Host Don Marsh talks to St. Louis native and chef Rob Connoley, the James Beard Award semifinalist for Best Chef Southwest who is planning to open a restaurant roo ...…
 
"Black Nationalism, Roots of A Provisional Government"
 
Alan Byrd, dean of enrollment at University of Missouri-St. Louis, and Debbie Greenberg, College Bound's director of college counseling, discuss longstanding disparities and ongoing challenges within the college-admissions industry.
 
The name Terence Blanchard is well known in the worlds of jazz and opera. Host Don Marsh talks with the Academy Award nominee and Grammy Award-winning composer/trumpeter about his latest OSTL commissioned production, “Fire Shut Up in My Bones,” as well as his work on the recent Spike Lee film, "BlacKkKlansman."…
 
The origin of the Chupacabra legend! UFO sightings in Yosemite. A giant, lost Egyptian city in the Grand Canyon. Another underground city supposedly inhabited by mystical Lemurians in Mount Shasta. Mysterious murders. Unexplained disappearances. Haunted camp lodges. Cursed land. The birth of a cult that exists unto this day. Myths, monsters, al ...…
 
Host Don Marsh explores alternative forms of voting with David Kimball, professor and Graduate Director of Political Science at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Some methods include ranked choice, proportional and cumulative voting.
 
Dogs are often regarded as “man’s best friend,” but to many, they can be so much more. “Superpower Dogs,” a new IMAX film which opens Friday and plays through July at the St. Louis Science Center, shows working dogs all over the world and the ways they are vital – from search and rescue to protecting endangered wildlife.…
 
Host Don Marsh talks with political reporter Jason Rosenbaum in advance of legislators' spring break. Fights over abortion, transportation and finances lie ahead.
 
March 14 is celebrated nationally as Pi Day in honor of the mathematical constant π. But in St. Louis, the local community acknowledges another aspect of the 314 numerical value – the city itself. For years, locals – especially in the black community – have embraced showing pride for St. Louis through informal gatherings or St. Louis-themed par ...…
 
To hear Kitty Ratcliffe tell it, the America’s Center Convention Center in downtown St. Louis has had a good run since it first opened in 1977 – and since it grew bigger with the addition of the Dome in 1995. But now, the president of Explore St. Louis says, the 42-year-old complex needs some major attention – to the tune of $175 million in upg ...…
 
Seven years ago, writer and community activist Sylvester Brown founded the Sweet Potato Project in north St. Louis to promote urban farming and provide entrepreneurial skills to underserved youth. Brown’s involvement in the project has now led to his newly released book “When We Listen: Recognizing The Potential of Urban Youth.” He talks with h ...…
 
When “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” opens its 2019 North American tour at the Fabulous Fox Theatre Tuesday evening , it will be a bit of a homecoming for stage producer Paul Blake. Blake, who joined host Don Marsh on Tuesday’s St. Louis on the Air, spent 22 years as executive producer at the Muny.…
 
A study released this week by the National Institutes of Health indicates that nearly one-third of Americans between the ages of 10 and 12 “screened positive for suicide risk in emergency department settings.” Meanwhile, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine have been studying even younger children who think and talk about sui ...…
 
This episode is sponsored by Amazon! Click this link to order on Amazon and any order you place gets a tiny percentage kicked back to us here at GlitchUp. We appreciate it! Agenda: This week has some piping hot news like: WB begins developing sequel to Sci-Fi hit ‘Edge of Tomorrow’, Will Smith has exited ‘Suicide Squad’, and B99 renewed for S7 ...…
 
Europhilia, The Base Of African Enslavement the very origin of black people loo
 
Host Don Marsh discuses a variety of local efforts underway to attract and retain newcomers to the St. Louis region.
 
Even as an especially wintry winter continues to make itself known across the St. Louis region, spring is more and more on residents’ minds – and will finally be here, at least officially, in less than two weeks. Along with warmer temperatures the new season brings renewed focus on gardening and yardwork. Representatives from the St. Louis Audu ...…
 
Liar, liar, pants on fire. Wow! I have never read about someone who told lies - big lies - more often and consistently than Casey Anthony. On July 5, 2011, a Florida jury found Casey Anthony “not guilty” of counts one through three regarding first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter of a child, and aggravated child abuse. However, many peopl ...…
 
Ninety years ago, daring air races across the U.S. routinely attracted crowds that would dwarf attendance at spectacles such as the Super Bowl today. “I’m talking about a half million people – paying customers – during the Great Depression coming out to watch races over the course of a weekend,” Keith O’Brien said during Friday’s St. Louis on t ...…
 
Earlier this week, the local union representing educators who serve in St. Louis Public Schools began arbitration relating to its claims about pay discrepancy within the district. Host Don Marsh led a conversation in light of that news, touching on challenges surrounding teacher compensation as well as other matters.…
 
Do we have a realistic view (understanding) on the true challenges of the African in America. Call in and share your point.
 
Host Don Marsh talks with St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger about the state of the county and recent news concerning the region.
 
Retired astronaut and U.S. Air Force officer Catherine “Cady” Coleman is among very few people who have lived in space. But during a visit to St. Louis last month, she came across as equally excited about life on earth – especially because of her interactions with some accomplished high school students. Thursday’s "St. Louis on the Air" include ...…
 
A 2018 study by the National Low Income Housing Coalition showed that a St. Louisan who earns minimum wage would have to work 81 hours per week in order to afford a modest apartment. That reality is part of what Esther Shin describes as a "national affordable-housing challenge" stretching from San Francisco to New York City.…
 
Host Don Marsh discusses the results of the St. Louis primary election in which race for president of the Board of Aldermen is the most high profile.
 
Roughly 850,000 people are facing food insecurity in the state of Missouri alone – and that includes about 220,000 kids. Representatives from Food Outreach, Operation Food Search and the St. Louis Area Foodbank discuss the issue and their distinctive efforts to address it.
 
Mardi Gras one of St. Louis’ biggest events, but it’s even bigger in cities across the county and world. The holiday dates back to the middle ages and has evolved over time. Host Don Marsh explores Mardi Gras festivities here in St. Louis and Brazil, where the holiday is referred to as Carnival.
 
Black Power NBPP RADIO Mondays brought to you courtesy of the NBPP for Self Self Defense under the leadership of the boldest Black Woman in Amerikkka. National Chairwoman Krystal Muhammad.
 
Many average Americans aren’t seeing the kinds of refunds they expected in the wake of President Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – instead, it’s wealthier people that are tending to see larger refunds. That’s according to Lance Weiss, a certified public accountant and partner with SFW Partners, LLC in St. Louis.…
 
Host Don Marsh talks about some of the latest additions to the St. Louis region’s food-and-beverage community with Sauce Magazine managing editor Catherine Klene and staff writer Matt Sorrell.
 
Ted Kaczynski, aka "The Unabomber", is an American domestic terrorist who conducted a seventeen-plus-year series of attacks, using mail bombs to target academics, business executives, and others. This mathematical genius wanted to destroy man's dependence on technology. Luckily, he failed miserably. The Unabomber bombing campaign killed three p ...…
 
At a United Methodist Church conference in St. Louis, delegates from around the world narrowly voted to uphold a ban on same-sex weddings and on ordaining LGBTQ clergy. We talk with STLPR reporter Shahla Farzan about the conference and with two Methodists about the decision.
 
Host Don Marsh talks with two St. Louisans directly impacted by adoption – and by the Missouri Adoptee Rights Act, which thousands of people have taken advantage of since the legislation passed in 2016. Patti Naumann is a lineal descendant of a deceased Missouri adoptee, and Jason Reckamp is an adoptee who recently connected with his birth pare ...…
 
Taulby Roach, who started as CEO and president of Bi-State Development about two months ago, discusses the state of public transit in the St. Louis region.
 
St. Louis on the Air’s latest Sound Bites segment with Sauce Magazine explores how local chocolatiers create confections ranging from truffles and sauces to classic chocolate bars – and what makes them different from mass-produced chocolates from companies such as Mars and Hershey’s.
 
This episode is sponsored by Amazon! Click this link to order on Amazon and any order you place gets a tiny percentage kicked back to us here at GlitchUp. We appreciate it! Agenda: This week, we recap the host-less Oscars, give our thoughts on the controversial ending of True Detective, and break down the latest in the Happy Death Day franchise ...…
 
A new volume co-edited by Harris-Stowe State University's Mark Abbott and Washington University's Catalina Freixas features a variety of locally based conversations, as well as essays by current and former St. Louisans in response to those conversations, reflecting on the experience of segregation in America and ways to address it.…
 
Locally based musicians Ms Hy-C and the Fresh Start band caught international attention when they won first place in the 2019 International Blues Challenge held in Memphis last month. Host Don Marsh talks with several of the band members: lead singer Jacinta Branch-Griffin – also known as Ms Hy-C – as well as guitar player Thomas “Tommie” Johns ...…
 
"WHAT THE BLACK PANTHERS WANT, WHAT THE BLACK PANTHERS BELIEVE
 
Joining host Don Marsh for in-depth analysis in this segment are Mark Smith, J.D., associate vice chancellor of students at Washington University; William Freivogel, J.D., journalism professor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale; and Donna Harper, J.D., partner at Sedey Harper Westhoff P.C.
 
South American serial killer Pedro "Monster of the Andes" Lopez was convicted of killing 110 girls in Ecuador in 1983. He claimed to have killed roughly 350 between Ecuador, Peru, and his native Columbia. He spent only fourteen years in prison for those 110 Ecuadorian murders and then another three years in a Columbian psychiatric ward for addi ...…
 
The local sporting goods store Johnny Mac's announced it was being acquired by a Texas company and will close its retail locations. The company's president Bob McArthur joins host Don Marsh to discuss his memories from the store and the difficulties for local businesses competing with online retailers.…
 
The local sporting goods store Johnny Mac's announced it was being acquired by a Texas company and will close its retail locations. The company's president Bob McArthur joins host Don Marsh to discuss his memories from the store and the difficulties for local businesses competing with online retailers.…
 
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