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What happens when three good old pals sit down to talk movies, Jesus, and many uses of Pringles? Honestly, anything is in the realm of possibility. With Plain Sight, our goal is to transform the way we think, live, and consume the things we love. We believe that if you look hard enough, God can use any story to change us and pull us closer to him. It’s just about opening our eyes to see it. We’ll break down movies, music, books, sports, current events, and anything else we can possibly think ...
 
Each week WFMT goes live to the Chicago Cultural Center for concerts with emerging artists from around the world, produced by the International Music Foundation. Some shows offer solo recitals while others feature ensembles. The concerts take place beneath the world’s largest Tiffany-domed ceiling, part of a landmark building that originally housed the Chicago Public Library. The Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts are named for British pianist Myra Hess who organized some 1,700 free lunchtime ...
 
If you love all things about Aviation as we do, then you will certainly enjoy our crew and show. We are presenting this Podcast for the Aviation Enthusiast featuring news and technology discussions on all things Aviation. Our Goal is to have fun and present discussions on diverse Aviation topics with our partners and various guests from commercial and military aviation communities. The Hangar Deck Podcast team aims at bringing a relaxed, enthusiastic and entertaining experience while talking ...
 
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You are out of time to mail in your ballot. The Trump administration’s efforts to slow down the mail are having an impact, especially in key Democratic areas in swing states. On Tuesday, David Becker, the executive director of the nonpartisan Center for Election Innovation & Research, told the Washington Post, “If you haven’t requested a mail ballo…
 
On today’s show, I am thrilled to welcome Tara Zrinski to the show. Tara is the Democratic party candidate for State Rep in the Lehigh Valley's 138th State House district in Northampton County. If you haven’t been paying attention to this race yet, now is the time. Tara is campaigning on health care for all, protecting our environment, and protecti…
 
“We cannot depend on our institutions to guarantee that our votes will determine the next president” is what a leaked National AFL-CIO PowerPoint stated this week. The AFL-CIO had a meeting planned with State Federations and union leaders from around concerning a Trump Coup - yes, and we mean Coup - and how unions will mobilize in the days after th…
 
On today’s show, I welcome Rick Krajewski to the show. Rick is a candidate for State Representative in the 188th State House District in West Philadelphia. Rick has worked for criminal justice reform and access to public education. Since 2016, Rick has been an organizer with Reclaim Philadelphia, fighting to put working-class people at the forefron…
 
Trump and Biden hold dueling town halls. Looks like our corporate media is playing the money game just like 2016. SCOTUS hearings for Amy Comey Barrett were pretty much a disaster - for the Democrats. One thing did become clear, however: Diane Feinstein needs to go. It’s time for a clean sweep of the Democratic Party leadership. COVID is on the ris…
 
In news from our slow slide into autocracy, six militia members were arrested and charged with planning to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. They planned to try her for treason in a kangaroo court. The penalty for treason, of course, is death. The plot included attempts to recruit 200 armed men to storm the Capitol building in Lansing and …
 
Violinist Isabella Brown and collaborative pianist Milana Pavchinskaya present a program of Beethoven, Beach, Howard, and Saint-Saëns live from the Claudia Cassidy Theater at the Chicago Cultural Center. American violinist Isabella Brown has recently been making a name for herself on the classical music scene. Isabella was awarded a top prize in th…
 
On today’s show, Brian Bailie returns to the podcast. Bailie is an Assistant Professor of rhetoric and composition at the University of Cincinnati’s Blue Ash College. Brian’s latest article, co-authored with Steve Parks, “Are We an Academic Journal? Editing as Ethical Practice for Change,” just dropped in Reflections: A Journal of Community Engaged…
 
Trump’s got COVID. Trump announced that both he and Melania also tested positive for the coronavirus...like in the 1 am hour. The announcement comes on the heels of Trump’s close advisors, Hope Hicks, testing positive. And, yes, and they’ve all been traveling maskless around the country. That’s good news for Wisconsin. Trump had planned rallies in …
 
We welcome back live performances from the Chicago Cultural Center. Though the Cultural Center remains closed, the WFMT audience will be treated to a live concert from the Claudia Cassidy Theater with the Lake Effect Clarinet Quartet. Nora Shaffer, Eb Clarinet/Bb Clarinet Erin Miesner, Bb Clarinet Cally Laughlin, Bb Clarinet Joe Sanchez, Bass Clari…
 
RIP in peace and justice RBG. A time for torches and pitchforks. Even David Plouffe is calling for court-packing, getting rid of the filibuster, and statehood for DC and Puerto Rico. He told Chris Hayes last night that if the Democratic Party candidates can’t capitalize on the current political climate it’s political malpractice. He says is time to…
 
Out d'Coup LIVE for Monday, September 21, 2020. Today we talked about the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Trump's move to appoint another justice to the Supreme Court. Intro music, "There are No People in the Future," by Jonathan Mann. Follow him on YouTube and Twitter. Let him know that Raging Chicken sent you.…
 
Louisville agrees to pay Breonna’s Taylor’s family $12 million in a historic settlement. The city also announced significant police reforms. According to CNN, “the city agreed to establish a housing credit program as an incentive for officers to live in the areas they serve; use social workers to provide support on certain police runs; and require …
 
This is a rebroadcast from July 31, 2019. Twenty-one-year-old Chinese pianist Huiping Cai presents a live recital with works by Ravel, Paderewski, and Chopin for this Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. Twenty-one-year-old Huiping Cai is one of the most exciting young talents coming from China today. Winner of numerous national and internati…
 
This week Plain Sight brings a special episode. Cameron sits down with a couple prominent student leaders to discuss leadership and mental health. September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. The title of this episode is the National Suicide Prevention Hotline, and we are attaching the link to the website as well. If you or a loved one…
 
This is a rebroadcast from April 17, 2019. Cellist Juliette Herlin and pianist Kevin Ahfat present a concert of French repertoire by Henri Duparc, Reynaldo Hahn, Claude Debussy, Camille Saint-Saëns, and Francis Poulenc for this Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. French cellist Juliette Herlin has performed throughout Europe, the US, and Asi…
 
Are we heading toward herd immunity? That’s what Trump’s new COVID-19 “medical advisor” is pushing. Fox News commentator, Radiologist Scott Atlas, has been long pushing herd immunity as a strategy. According to an analysis by The Washington Post, that would mean that about 65% of Americans would need to contract the virus. Assuming a fatality rate …
 
This is a rebroadcast from May 1, 2019. Pianist Lee Dionne presents a program of Beethoven and Brahms on this Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. Pianist Lee Dionne holds passion, imagination, and play at the core of his art. His performances have been described as “impressive” (NY Times) and “impeccable” (Fanfare Magazine), and his interpre…
 
Need more evidence to defund the police? Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old black man, is shot in the back seven times by a Kenosha, Wisconsin police officer. Amazingly, survived the initial shooting. Then get this...Blake gets taken to the hospital where he is handcuffed to his hospital bed, even though he is paralyzed because one of the shots severed his…
 
[TFW you've got the wrong mic selected. Sorry about that] On tonight’s show, we’ll be talking with three students who are organizing because of and in spite of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Nick Thatcher is a political science and philosophy major at Kutztown University. Nick is one of the founding student organizers with the Healthy Campus Bill of…
 
It’s official. The ticket is Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. The task now is to get rid of the acute condition of Trump, so we get rid of the chronic conditions of market fundamentalism, white supremacy, and sexism. The Democratic Party Convention has come and gone. Looks like the Lincoln Project’s efforts to convince establishment Democrats to lean t…
 
On tonight’s show, I’m joined by two organizers from the Racial Justice Organizing Committee in Philadelphia: Tamara Anderson and Dana Carter. Tamara Anderson is an advocate for children and teens, a professional artist, singer, director, editor, freelance writer, and blogger with over 20 years of experience as an educator. Click on the link in the…
 
This is a rebroadcast from May 29, 2019. The husband and wife duo Sung Chang and Esther Lee presents music for piano four hands by Bach, Liszt, and Piazzolla for this live Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. Husband and wife duo team, Sung Chang and Esther Lee have been playing together since 2010 while studying at Hochschule fuer Musik Thea…
 
This week we sit down with Ed and Jon from the Irreverence Podcast! As two pastors we knew that they HAD to be fans of The Office. We take a deep dive in to the denomination of the characters of the office, we have a debate on the categorizations of a Lynx as a big cat, and we talk about pastor fight club. Follow Irreverence here: https://www.faceb…
 
Welcome to this week's Out d'Coup LLIVE podcast. On this week's show we're talking about sending K-12 students into the COVID-19 laboratory. Yes, back-to-school in the pandemic. My guest tonight is a public school teacher and activist, Steven Singer. Steven is an 8th grade Language Arts teacher in western Pennsylvania. He is a Nationally Board Cert…
 
On this week's show: The U.S. Senate fails to come to an agreement on the next COVID-19 relief package. That means that there will be no help on unemployment benefits and no protection from eviction for millions of Americans. Cori Bush won a historic victory in Missouri’s first district primary win against long-time Democratic machine politician, W…
 
This is a broadcast from July 10, 2019. Gabriel Martins and Joseph Liccardo present music for cello and piano by both Clara and Robert Schumann as well as a Beethoven sonata live from the Chicago Cultural Center for this Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. American cellist Gabriel Martins (b. 1998) is a prize-winner of the David Popper Inter…
 
On tonight’s Out d’Coup LIVE, we’re talking higher education organizing during the coronavirus pandemic. As the beginning of the school year draws ever closer colleges, and universities have been struggling with how to go back-to-school and keep students, teachers, staff, and community members safe. I feel for the people who have to make these deci…
 
** Apologies in advance for the bad sound at the beginning. Looks like my new soundboard set up is not going to cut it ** Republican Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell has held up an agreement on a new COVID-19 relief package saying that he will not pass a bill without a “liability shield” for employers. However, Republicans can’t agree with t…
 
This is a rebroadcast from July 17, 2019. Israeli-born pianist Tom Zalmanov joins us live under the Tiffany glass dome of the Chicago Cultural Center with a program of Mozart, Chopin, and Scriabin for this Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. Israeli-born pianist Tom Zalmanov (b. 1999) is a student at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music in Tel …
 
On this week's Out d'Coup Live, we’re talking to Sam Weymouth of 717 Restaurant Workers United and Danny Martin from Harrisburg DSA. 717 Restaurant Workers United is a labor union dedicated to the protection and representation of restaurant workers in the Central Pennsylvania area. They are in the middle of an organizing campaign with restaurant wo…
 
We lost such an important voice on the Left this week. Michael Brooks died suddenly on Monday at the age of 36. Michael was the co-host of the Majority Report and the host of his own show, The Michael Brooks Show, better known as TMBS. In so many ways, Michael was just getting going. Rest in Power, brother. Trump is calling for a surge of Federal f…
 
This is a rebroadcast from July 24, 2019. Violinist Tara Ramsey is joined by collaborative pianist Daniel Pesca for this live Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast with works by Mozart, Brahms, and Gershwin. Tara Lynn Ramsey enjoys a varied career as a chamber musician, new music interpreter, orchestral musician, and teacher. She performs as vi…
 
Raging Chicken's Out d'Coup podcast is rolling with a pre-launch version of our live call-in show. We'll be talking back to school in the pandemic, specifically, the moves to send college students back to in-person classes in Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education and other higher education institutions. Support faculty, students, and staf…
 
You might want to get that midnight train out of Georgia if you can find a State that will have you. Georgian Governor Kemp says that no municipality can impose a mask ordinance, and he’s willing to sue Atlanta’s mayor over it. We’ve got secret Federal police are roaming the cities of ‘Merica. Teachers across the country are beginning to organize a…
 
This is a rebroadcast from August 14, 2019. Young Steinway Artist award winning pianist Kimberly Han performs works by Bach, Haydn, and Chopin live under the Tiffany glass dome of the Chicago Cultural Center for this Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. Kimberly Han, 18-year-old pianist and violinist, is from Lake Forest, Illinois of USA. She…
 
WE'RE TALKIN BEN RECTOR. Off the wall superpowers, mental health, and much more. Subscribe and review and we will love you forever. Speaking of, we'll love you even longer if you hit us up on our socials @plainsight_pod or check out our website to get in touch plainsightpod.wordpress.com. Peace out!By Alex Sons, Cameron Jordan, Zachary Kujath
 
Out d'Coup | GOP Senate Health Bill 1.1; Battle for the Net; Police Tear Gas Anti-Fascists in VA; Harrisburg Police and Surveillance; #PABudget mess; PASSHE report; Teleportation; and, Mars Housing You can check out the full description of this show from July 13, 2017 RIGHT HERE.By Raging Chicken Radio
 
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