This week on the Civic Commons the gang discusses how jobs are created. They’ll also talk to someone who was hired from a newly created job. Click the link below to hear the story
Civic Commons: Mommy, where do jobs come from?
On the Air
Rival Sons Electric Man @1:46
Mudcrutch Beautiful World @1:19
Mother Love Bone Gentle Groove @1:07
Mudvayne (Per)version of a Truth @1:03
Sindust Mother of Pearl @12:57
Live Selling the Drama @12:54
Kandi Coded Hurt 'Till It Bleeds @12:50
Theory of a Deadman Hurricaine @12:45
Down New Orleans is a Dying Whore @12:38
Five Finger Death Punch Hard to See @12:35
Drowning Pool Drop @12:29
Ashpark Enemies @12:27
Inside EuropeA round up of topical issues that shape the European continent.
@7:30 am Exploration of Issues in Europe
WordplayWordplay is an offbeat mix of poetry, comedy, and an ongoing exploration of the possibilities of the spoken word. Wordplay's opening monologue blends music and language (and sometimes sound effects) into a surreal, funny, often darkly serious meditation on the state of one man's struggles to live in the bewildering world of contemporary America. The show also features guest appearances by local poets and nationally known writers. But the real strength of Wordplay is the interaction between co-hosts George Bilgere and John Donoghue. The two poets read short, interesting poems by important writers. They banter about poetry, argue about it, and generally give each other a hard time. A Plain Dealer article about Wordplay called the show "the Click and Clack of poetry." Not a bad description.
@8:30 am w/George Bilgere and John Donoghue - Poetry