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E.W. Conundrum's Troubadours and Raconteurs Podcast
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January 17, 2018 07:18 AM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, Happy Winter Wonderland to you... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 253 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Hand Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World.
This episode features a conversation with our resident Historian, Educator and Occasional Marxist, Serf William.
The Serf and I discuss the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire, the U.S. Republic into the? Examining Your Belief System, True Democracy, Populist Leaders Bringing Down Institutions, Heroes, Cheering for the FBI, Battle Between Individual Freedoms and Security, Fragility of Democracy, Flaws in Our Institutions, His Conservative Minded Students, Supporting Art, Engagement as Happy Warriors...
Episode 253's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Warmer."
We share an excerpt from Jack Kerouac's masterpiece "On The Road."We have a poem called "Thumb."
Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, David Bowie, Buddy Holly, Bob Marley & the Wailers, Miles Davis, Nina Simone, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.
Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Share this episode with whomever you choose.
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January 10, 2018 01:17 PM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, it's early 2018, I guess we will see what this year might gleen; regardless we have for your listening pleasure Episode 252 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Hand Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World.
This episode features a conversation with our resident philosopher, Vermont farmer and winemaker Almighty Todd.
The Almighty and I reflect on Significant Events, People and Trends of 2017, Social Disruption, Mueller Time, Our Better Angels, We Look Ahead to 2018...
Episode 252's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Champion."

Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese reads an excerpt from Charles Lamb's essay "New Year's Eve."
We have a poem called "Fear."
Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Talking Heads, the Cure, Daniel Romano, the Greatful Dead, Hole, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.
Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Share this episode with whomever you choose.
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January 03, 2018 10:42 AM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, it's the first week of 2017, and we have for your listening pleasure Episode 251 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" on Radio Free Brooklyn (www.radiofreebrooklyn.org) Hand Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania, Heard All Over The World.

Episode 251 features a conversation with Maureen Maher-Gray founder of the Northeast Pennsylvania Youth Shelter.

Maureen and I discuss a bit about her background, Why she started the Youth Shelter, the Young People it Serves, the LGBTQ community, Not Being Invisible, Talking Rather than Watching TV, Safe Places, Being Who They Might, the Value of the Arts...

This sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Freak."

Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese (aka Uncle Cesare) shares A new piece he wrote titled "A Christmas Memory."

We have a poem called "Sentimental Journey."

Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Joni Mitchell, Jim James, the Violent Femmes, John & Yoko, Grimes & Jay Worthy, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.

Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest.

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Email us at ewconundrum@radiofreebrooklyn.org

December 27, 2017 02:57 PM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, are you into the holiday vibe? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 250 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Hand Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World.

This week's featured guest is regular contributor Nash Rose with her segment Nash in New York. She is a comedic writer, comedian and woman about town in NYC.

Nash and I delve into these areas - Christmas in NYC, Tourists, Trump, Women, Reflecting on 2017, Hopes for 2018, Doing Standup, White Black People, Language, Obama, Naughty and Nice List ...

This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Harvey."

We share an essay by the great American humorist James Thurber titled "The Case Against Women."

We have a poem called "Love."

Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, the Kinks, Weezer, Johnny Mercer & Margaret Whitimg, Calypso Rose, Billie Holiday, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.

Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Share this episode with whomever you choose.

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Email us ewconundrum@radiofreebrooklyn.org

December 20, 2017 06:05 PM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, it's almost Christmas - have you followed the lines to the cash register yet? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 249 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World.

This episode's featured guest is critically acclaimed performing artist, playwright, and monologist Martin Dockery.

Martin and I talk about - Storytelling, HIs Story, How His Themes Are Human Eternal Questions/Challenges, His Methods, How We Are All Storytellers, Human Impermanence, Martin's Dog and Some Woman's Dog, Connecting, Making a Difference, The Point...

This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Fabric."

Our Associate Producer and Resident Essayist Dr. Michael Pavese (aka Uncle Cesare) shares an essay he crafted for this episode titled "A Working Actor."

We have a poem called "Red Hot."

Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Phoebe Bridgers, AC/DC, the Eels, Girl Anachronism, the Band, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.

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Episode 249 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Heard all over the world.

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December 13, 2017 12:09 PM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, how about those U.S. Senate Republicans? A serious set of cowardly, duplicitous traitors to our better angels. You don't consider them the best thinkers and objective minded public servants we can muster, do you? Had to get that off my chest.. Nonetheless, we have for your listening pleasure Episode 248 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Hand Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania, Heard All Over The World.

This week we debut and add a new segment to our repertoire. It is called Global Hobo with J.Q. Public. We talk with J.Q. as he sits in his humble abode in the South of France. J.Q. is a writer, musician, artist and vagabond...

J.Q. and I discuss a The Meaning of Hobo, His Journey from the U.S. to Southern France, Being an Ex-patriot or Not, the Relationship Between Being Terrified and Courageous, Time Versus Money, Ambition, Monetizing Art, Jordan Peterson, Unrewarded Talent, Living Hand to Mouth, Having a Calling, Richard the Lion Hearted...

This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "December"

Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese reads an excerpt from Franz Kafka's short story "Josephine the Singer."

We have a poem called "France."

Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Wreckless Eric, Bob Marley & the Wailers, Grimes, J. Q. Public, Joni Mitchell, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.

Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Share this episode with whomever you choose.

Episode 248 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Heard all over the world.

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Become a friend via facebook - Freespeakandsome Withewconundrum. Follow us on Twitter @FreespeakWit.

Email us at ewconundrum@radiofreebrooklyn.org

December 06, 2017 09:48 AM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, hope you had a thoughtful week. We have for your listening pleasure Episode 247 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World.

This week's featured guest is regular contributor writer, community activist, baker, candlestick maker Kitty Belle Burbank with her segment "Kitty Belle Do Tell."

Kitty and I discuss a Buddhist Parable about Having Problems, How No One Deserves Anything, Injustice, Sadness, Compassion, Our Angriest and Preposterous President, Zen Sickness, Behaving Rightly, A Girl Who Built a Door, and Fairy Doors In Trees at a County Park.

This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "True Love"

Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese reads an excerpt from essayist Seymore Krim's work piece titled "For My Brothers & Sisters in the Failure Business."

We have a poem called "Chestnut."

Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, the Kinks, the Specials, Margo Price, John Coates, Paul Thorn, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.

Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Share this episode with whomever you choose.

Episode 247 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Heard all over the world.

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Email us at ewconundrum@radiofreebrooklyn.org

November 29, 2017 04:26 PM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, Are You Thankful? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 246 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure". Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World.

This week's featured guest is National Magazine Award winning writer John Marchese.

Jonn and I discuss How He Went from Musician to Writer, His Process, Being a Creative Journalist, His Two Critically Acclaimed Non-Fiction Books - "Renovations" and "The Violin." We delve into A Father and Son Reconnecting and The Ways of a Violin.

This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Louie and Al"

We share another wonderfully crafted and beautifully read essay by our Associate Producer and Resident Essayist Dr. Michael Pavese (aka Uncle Cesare) titled "The Globe."

We have a poem called "Chestnut."

Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Eileen Jewel, Joshua Bell & Vivaldi, Billie Holiday, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.

Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Share this episode with whomever you choose.

Episode 246 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Heard all over the world.
Tell your Friends and Neighbors...

Become a friend via facebook - Freespeakandsome Withewconundrum. Follow us on Twitter @FreespeakWit.
Send an email - ewconundrum@radiofreebrooklyn.org

November 22, 2017 05:32 AM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, Are You Are A Marxist? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 245 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure". Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World.

This week's featured guest is our regular contributor and resident historian Serf William.

The Serf and I discuss Hannibal, the Punic Wars, Ancient Rome, How Marx is His Hero, Class Warfare, Guns, the NRA, Republican Cowards & Traitors, the Solar System, God & Free Will, Heaven & Hell, a Hunting Story that Questions the Serf's Manhood...

This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Break on Through."

We share an excerpt from writer/activist Charlotte Lewis' essay titled "Checking Out of Life, Checking Myself In."

We have a poem called "Virtue."

Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Yo La Tengo, Michael Franti & Spearhead, James Maddock, Neko Case, Doris Day, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.

Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Share this episode with whomever you choose.

November 06, 2017 03:46 PM PST

Troubadours and Raconteurs, Not In My Backyard? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 244 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Crafted In Northeastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World.

This week's featured guest is community activist and one of the leaders of the grass roots group Friends of Lackawanna, Patrick Clark.

Patrick and I discuss a Landfill in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Its Economic Effects, Its Effects On The Surrounding Community, How Big Should A Landfill Be Allowed to Grow ?, How Many Years Should It Be Allowed to Take In Trash?, the Physical and Psychological Health and Welfare of The Citizens Living in its Proximity, Who In a Community Has the Right To Question the Operation and Existence of a Landfill?, Grass Roots Power Versus Corporate Power, Personal and Organizational Challenges When Running a Grass Roots Effort, the Government As A Factor, the Court Room Arguments, How Grass Roots Action is Uniquely American, and Patrick Shares Some Insight for Those Poised to Get Involved in Some Community Activism.

This week's sixty minutes includes an E.W. Essay titled "Town Dump"

We share another wonderfully written essay by Uncle Cesare (aka Dr, Michael Pavese) titled "Chicken Legs."

We have a poem called "Stinks."

Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, LL Cool J, John Hartford, David Rawlings, Nicole Atkins, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard.

Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Share this episode with whomever you choose.

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