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Your Community Spirit 2006-04-14

Your Community Spirit 2006-04-14

 
 
00:00 / 29:48
 
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Earth Day is on the horizon…

Your Community Spirit 2006-04-07c

Your Community Spirit 2006-04-07c

 
 
00:00 / 31:20
 
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Happenings include an event at the Unitarian Fellowship about water privatization; Free Film Friday at the Big Muddy IMC; Women’s Center Art Opening, called Art of Survival, at Rosetta Stone Bookstore; Keep the Faith Music and Coffee in Benefit of Interfaith Center; continued efforts to save Hickory Lodge Park; the new Community Circle; an African culture show at the finale of Africa Week; a rezoning hearing for the proposed new Wal-Mart; and permaculture workshops. News includes funding for renewables; a tornado watch interrupting the radio show; Mennonites striking oil; criminal investigation of BP for possible Clean Water Act violations; climate change affects penguins; Americans eat arsenic-laiden chicken; and Brad Pitt hosts series on eco-design.

Your Community Spirit 2006-04-07b

Your Community Spirit 2006-04-07b

 
 
00:00 / 30:02
 
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This half hour starts out quite musically with the question “Isn’t anything sacred anymore?” and a song by the Healing Waters Band about the evils of Ronald McDonald. News includes viral marketing that backfires into anti-SUV spoof ads; petitions for the Green Party; the dawn of The Meatrix 2; new PETA ads; a Flash version of the song Cows With Guns; and tides turning against water privatization. Happenings include an event about water issues at the Unitarian Fellowship.

Your Community Spirit 2006-04-07a

Your Community Spirit 2006-04-07a

 
 
00:00 / 28:35
 
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The Spirit Cries for Our Relatives. Happenings include the Human Right to Water at Unitarian Fellowship; nature hike; Beautify Southern Illinois benefit; sustainable vegetable gardening by Dayna Conner; Alternative Transporation Day; a WSIU Earth Day special on “In Focus;” Keep Carbondale Beautiful clean-up; obsolete electronics collection; Earth Day festivities at Turley Park; and a magic show.

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-31c

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-31c

 
 
00:00 / 31:31
 
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During the third chunk of this special 1.5 hour broadcast, Aur and Treesong finish up the morning with the usual blend of happenings, news, and bittersweet laughter. Happenings include Big Muddy IMC’s Free Film Friday; Interfaith Center’s Keep the Faith musical coffeehouse; Rosetta Stone Bookstore women’s art opening; a presentation about the human right to water; and the dawn of Earth Month. News includes Bush’s global warming plan (satire?); tree huggers buying pollution credits and sitting on them; reality TV about ecological living; Pentagon avoids clean-up costs by attacking science; Bush unveils meek SUV fuel standards; new Exxon chair defends Exxon’s impact on climate change; Feds lose billions in oil royalties; and San Francisco may charge downtown drivers to reduce congestion.

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-31b

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-31b

 
 
00:00 / 24:44
 
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During the second chunk of this special 1.5 hour broadcast, Aur and Treesong continue talking about permaculture, then move on to the news. News includes spoof article on Bush’s global warming stance; Seattle aims for Kyoto goals; edgy TV ads dramatize threat of climate change to children; top 10 places to live during oil crisis; agriculture interests push renewables; ethanol production powered by coal; global warming makes Time cover story; and major conservation in the South.

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-31a

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-31a

 
 
00:00 / 31:16
 
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During the second chunk of this special 1.5 hour broadcast, Aur and Treesong continue talking about permaculture, then move on to the news. News includes spoof article on Bush’s global warming stance; Seattle aims for Kyoto goals; edgy TV ads dramatize threat of climate change to children; top 10 places to live during oil crisis; agriculture interests push renewables; ethanol production powered by coal; global warming makes Time cover story; and major conservation in the South.

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-24

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-24

 
 
00:00 / 32:18
 
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News from BackHome Magazine explores the benefits and details of composting. Happenings include Big Muddy IMC’s Free Film Friday; presentation on Shawnee National Forest forest activism history; Illinois Green Party conference in Carbondale; Bombs Away Collective performance art; 8th Annual Nutrition 5K Walk/Run; Neighborhood Co-op’s Annual Ownership Meeting and Pre-Opening Party; Carbondale Conversations for Community Action; Shawnee Audobon event exploring stoneflies and the health of Illinois streams; Green Earth fundraising; Save Hickory Lodge campaign builds momentum; and Earth Month begins in April. News includes leaks at nuclear power plants; nuke plant conceals tritium spills; insurance companies afraid of climate change; rising ocean temperatures lead to more intense hurricanes; humans spark sixth major mass extinction event; and Bush’s attempts to weaken Clear Air Act are ruled illegal.

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-17

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-17

 
 
00:00 / 31:12
 
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Featuring an interview with Steve Gough of Friends for Fair Growth about the local Wal-Mart issue. Happenings include Sunshine Week; Free Film Friday at the Big Muddy IMC; Green Earth fundraising; peace march and rally on the 3rd anniversary of Iraq War; Green Party statewide conference hosted in Carbondale; and SICSF trip to Earthways Center in St. Louis.

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-10

Your Community Spirit 2006-03-10

 
 
00:00 / 31:08
 
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Happenings include Free Film Fridays at the Big Muddy IMC; publication of the new Muddy Media paper; the Big Muddy IMC meeting; and vigils in response to the third anniversary of the Iraq War. News includes hydrogen energy; Murphysboro Wal-Mart annexation; a potential Green Earth land purchase pending community support; health care insurance news; a big thunderstorm hits Southern Illinois; food labelling laws weaken at the federal level; Wal-Mart warehouse to shut down largest US community garden; Bush still stuck at Step 2.5 of the 12-step oil addicts program; Fox News admits that Americans believe the US is addicted to oil; and most Americans place energy crisis as a top priority.