November 2019

Mail from Tom Green

November 28, 2019

Back in 1991, I saw an amazing video on Much Music from a Canadian group called Organized Rhyme. I was immediately captivated by it and ran out to buy the album on cassette. The album was full of great sampled-based beats, cuts and scratches, and [Keep Reading]

Let’s Cut Down on Visual & Noise Pollution

November 26, 2019

I had to go see a specialist this morning so I brought a book along with me because waiting rooms are normally the perfect place to catch up on a little reading. This one, not so much. When I opened the door to the office, I went directly to the [Keep Reading]

It’s a SirReal World on Word is Bond

November 23, 2019

SirReal World came through the studio to talk about his new album, producing songs, and building a community of artists in the city. He also dropped some bars live. And of course, I spun some great tracks and took requests live. It was a fun show. [Keep Reading]

Questlove is on a Creative Quest

November 22, 2019

Creative Quest by Questlove Questlove is most famous for being the drummer of The Roots, but he is many more things. He is a DJ, a music connoisseur, an avid record collector, a music journalist, and a writer, among other things. His latest book [Keep Reading]

Underground DJ Battle (Thursday)

November 20, 2019

Thursday, come catch a DJ battle between Purgatory, Prmtve, and Lang. They are known for spinning EDM and Dubstep and will be going head-to-head-to-head to prove that they have the skills to rock a crowd. Come on out and help us decide who the best [Keep Reading]

Unspoken Maxims of Childhood

November 19, 2019

“There are unspoken maxims we embrace as children that even the most educated, experienced, advanced adults should never abandon if we want our days to still fascinate and fulfill us.” So writes erik wahl in his book Unthink: rediscover [Keep Reading]

Summer to Snow – Enjoy the Show

November 16, 2019

It’s crazy how quickly the seasons change. It went from unseasonable warm to the first snow storm of the season in just a few days. Summer to snow in the blink of an eye. I didn’t make it into the station Tuesday night because of the [Keep Reading]

Speech is a Process of Thought

November 15, 2019

I talk a lot. Probably too much, if you ask some of my friends. That is because I have known a little secret about conversation for quite some time now – Talking can help us form our thoughts and discover new things. In a sense, conversation [Keep Reading]

Students Need to Feel Useful and Important

November 12, 2019

Giving students jobs and responsibilities in the classroom is a great idea. It’s something that many early years educators already do. “Asking preschoolers for help not only promotes kindness, empathy, and a sense of purpose, it also [Keep Reading]
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