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Classic Jamz *Soulful Saturday* 8/6/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 119:21


Classic Jamz every Saturday 4pm PST on AcceleratedRadio

Charlottesville Community Engagement
August 2, 2022: No House of Delegates race in 2022; Albemarle Supervisors agree to lease part of J.C. Penney for public safety operations, vehicles

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 15:55


Welcome to the 214th day of the year, which means we are now 58.6 percent of the way through 2022. There’s still plenty of time to improve your averages, or lower them, depending on the rules of whatever game you may be playing in your head. On paper, today is August 2, and there’s five months left until Charlottesville Community Engagement will devote its attention to 2023, declared already by the United Nations as the International Year of the Millets. Are you ready? Sign up for a free or paid subscription to get articles about what’s happening in the area. See below for an offer from Ting that could help us both!On today’s program:Charlottesville is taking precautions in preparation of the five year anniversary of the Unite the Right rallyA federal judge has dismissed a second lawsuit seeking a House of Delegates race in 2022Area law enforcement agencies had a recent crackdown on speeding on U.S. 29 Charlottesville’s Fire Department is deploying more medical equipment The Albemarle Board of Supervisors authorizes a lease for the county to lease a portion of a former department store for public safety vehiclesFirst shout out: Soul of Cville to mark Fifth Anniversary of A12In today’s first shout-out: Three groups are preparing to hold the second annual Soul of Cville festival to celebrate Black excellence in Central Virginia. Chic & Classy Image Consulting, 101.3 JAMZ, and the Ix Art Park Foundation will host the event will be held on August 12, August 13, and August 14 and will feature: Live music and performancesA fashion showA Black artisan market featuring local vendors, Food from local Black-owned restaurantsA pop-up skate event with De La Roll, An art show called There Are Black People in the Future with The Bridge PAI. On Friday there will be a screening of the 1989 film Do the Right Thing, with an afterparty in the Looking Glass hosted by 9 Pillars Hip Hop. For details, visit www.ixartpark.org/soul-of-cville.City on alert for fifth anniversary of A12This week marks five years since the Unite the Right rally and violent conflicts in downtown Charlottesville. Yesterday the city sent out a press release stating that there is no “specific credible threat” but that precautions will be taken. “CPD is maintaining a status of heightened situational awareness and monitoring chatter from intelligence sources to be prepared to increase available coverage Downtown and in parks, which can be activated quickly in response to any pop-up emergencies that might occur,” reads that press release.The eastern vehicular crossing of the Downtown Mall at Heather Heyer Way will be closed from Thursday August 11 at 6 p.m. until Sunday morning August 14 at 6:30 a.m. There is a planned event at the Ting Pavilion for Fridays after Five on Friday. No House of Delegates race in 2022If you’re a candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates, it’s now pretty much certain you’ll be on the ballot in 462 days if you get the nomination or otherwise qualify. Judge David Novak of Virginia’s Eastern Federal District Court has dismissed a second lawsuit seeking an election this year. (read the ruling)“Like just about everything else in our society, the unprecedented COVID-19 global pandemic impacted the work of the United States Census Bureau, delaying the sending of the results of the 2020 Census to the states,” states the introduction to Novak’s order to dismiss the case. That delay meant Virginia did not have updated boundaries for the General Assembly or the House of Representatives until the end of 2021. At the time, Richmond attorney Paul Goldman had an active suit against the State Board of Elections arguing that the 2021 elections were unconstitutional because they were based on data from the 2010 Census. After several months of legal proceedings including an appearance before the Fourth Circuit of Appeals, Judge Novak and two other judges ruled that Goldman lacked legal standing to have brought the case. A few days later, Richmond author Jeffrey Thomas Jr. filed a second suit based on Goldman’s main arguments. Novak’s order recounts the long legal saga to this point, including the failure of the Virginia Redistricting Commission to reach consensus on new maps as well as the COVID-related delays.“Because Plaintiff’s attempts to lay blame on Defendants for the delays caused by the unprecedented pandemic fails, Plaintiffs are unable to trace their injuries to Defendants,” Novak writes. Judge Novak’s order is made without prejudice, which means a new suit could be brought, but there are 98 days until election day. Efforts made to crack down on distracted drivers on U.S. 29Vehicular crashes are up on Virginia roads this year and late last month area law enforcement agencies teamed up on to enforce speeding and distracted driving laws on U.S. 29. On July 21, Albemarle County Police, Charlottesville Police, and the University of Virginia police were out in force from the Greene County border to the Nelson County line. “We usually see at least 700,000 vehicles daily on that stretch of roadway,” said Albemarle Master Police Officer Kate Kane. “Consequently it adds up to a lot of crashes unfortunately.” During the one-day initiative on July 21, there were 197 traffic stops and 201 summons were given out. Just over half of those were for speeding. The chances of surviving are dramatically diminished the faster you go.“Logic would tell you that when speed goes up, survivability goes down,” Kane said. “We don’t realize how fragile we are. Even with the seat belts, even with the air bags, even with the best protection technology, we cannot avoid all crashes. If you’re traveling at 75 miles an hour or higher, your body just can’t take that kind of impact.”As of today, there have been 527 fatalities on Virginia roads in 2022 according to a dashboard on the Virginia Department of Transportation’s website. Charlottesville Fire Department to deploy more devices on medical callsSome vehicles used by the Charlottesville Fire Department on medical calls will soon carry additional devices intended to increase the chances of a patient surviving a cardiac arrest. The Department secured $64,000 from a Community Development Block Grant in the last fiscal year to purchase four chest compression devices to assist in the performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). They’ll be placed on two fire engines and two ambulances.“Based on Neighborhood Risk Assessment data, residents in all nineteen (19) neighborhoods are expected to benefit from deploying these devices, most notably Tenth and Page, where the data highlights the significant importance of timely interventions,” reads a press release sent out on Friday. The department will also begin to implement video laryngoscopes, which are devices that assist with the intubation of patients. “The [Airtraq] devices have been used in pre-hospital systems and in emergency departments to improve success in airway management,” the release continues. Yesterday was the first day that Scott Carpenter will serve as the Deputy Chief of Operations. According to a July 15 press release, Carpenter has been with the Charlottesville Fire Department for 22 years. Second shout-out: The Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign Since the very beginning of this newsletter, one long-time Patreon supporter has used his shout-out to draw your attention to the work of the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign. The campaign is a coalition of grassroots partners including motivated citizens and volunteers, partner organizations, and local governments who want to promote the use of native plants. Summer is in high gear and pollinators are active! Want to learn more? Visit plantvirginianatives.org to download Piedmont Native Plants: A Guide for Landscapes and Gardens. Albemarle Supervisors approves rent former J.C. Penney as public safety operations centerAlbemarle County will move forward with the lease of a former department store at Fashion Square Mall to serve as a new operations facility for fire and police. “It does have a central location, it’s got a very large warehouse, with a great loading dock,” said Lance Stewart, the county’s director of facilities and environmental services.  “All together it's about 33,000 square feet which is almost a third of the J.C. Penney site. On July 20, Supervisors authorized a lease and signaled a willingness to pay over $3 million in capital costs to get it ready for public safety work. “This has been a known and growing need for many years including capital requests that were submitted for new construction in the past but not funded,” said Lance Stewart is the director of the Facilities and Environmental Services Department in Albemarle County. David Puckett, the Deputy Chief of Operations at Albemarle Fire Rescue, reminded Supervisors that they have hired several personnel in recent years to expand capacity. “While the vast majority of those positions are out in the field directly providing service there are a number of administrative positions added to make sure we could successfully on-board, train, and support those personnel long-term.” Puckett said. Puckett said space is full at the county’s offices on Fifth Street Extended.  The Department also now has its own dedicated fleet manager as well as a mechanic to conduct in-house repairs. All that work also requires space, and the J.C. Penney used to have a tire shop. “The lack of a centralized facility has required us to store parts and equipment in fire station closets and storage rooms throughout the county,” Puckett said. “This has resulted in loss productivity. As an example, if a mechanic is out working on a truck only to determine that the part needed to complete the repair is halfway across the county, it requires more time and energy to go get the part before they complete it.”Puckett said stations themselves are not really set up for vehicle repair.Albemarle Police Chief Sean Reeves said more space has also been a capital need requested by law enforcement. “Some of the capital improvement projects from over ten years ago, from two chiefs of police ago, called for a site that we could use to expand stored evidence, store vehicles that are in evidence, and an evidence processing bay that we do not have,” Reeves said. Colonel Reeves said using the J.C. Penney site would cut down on the capital cost to build such a place. He also said the traffic unit would move to the new location, freeing up space at the County Office Building on Fifth Street Extended.“And that space that’s freed up at COB-Fifth, what that would do is go toward supporting the mental health unit, the officers that are going to be picked and selected as staff for the new mental health unit,” Reeves said.  The J.C. Penney site is owned separately from the rest of Fashion Square Mall by a subsidiary of Seminole Trail Properties. Stewart said this use would not preclude redevelopment of the site in the future. The project is also outside of the jurisdiction of the Albemarle Architectural Review Board. The lease would be for ten years with options to extend that as well as to expand to more of the J.C. Penney site in the future. The rent of $558,000 a year is based on $12.50 per square foot, and the rent would increase by 3.5 percent each year. “And I can tell you that having looked at a number of industrial and commercial properties that we thought might be suitable options, that is well below typical for the market,” Stewart said. Final details will be worked out as the lease is negotiated. Supervisor Ned Gallaway lauded staff for negotiating a good price and said this was a good location for this use. “This is an area where the Rio Road Small Area Plan is,” Gallaway said. “When we think of the county investing in this location, we can be a vibrant anchor tenant to an area that needs redevelopment and needs activity.Housekeeping notes for edition #414If you’ve been wondering if there is going to be a summer break for Charlottesville Community Engagement, we’re sort of in it. I am hoping this week to write up as much as I can before cutting back to almost no newsletters and podcasts for next week. I’ve got a rare opportunity to go on a vacation, and I’m tempted to try to not pay attention. But that’s the difficult thing - I don’t want to stop paying attention to the items happening in the area in and around Charlottesville. In fact, I’ve set up Town Crier Productions to harness my curiosity about what’s happening and a passion for documenting what’s going on. We’re now in the third year of this experiment, and I’m grateful for everyone who has helped with a financial contribution to keep it going. The best way to make a financial contribution is by purchasing a subscription through Substack. if you do so, Ting will match your initial payment! And, if you sign up for their services through this link you’ll get a free standard install, your 2nd month free, and a $75 downtown mall gift card! Enter the promo code COMMUNITY for full effect. Music on the podcast version of the show comes from the D.C. sensation Wraki, and you can support their work by paying whatever you want for the album regret everything on BandCamp. Finally, if you’ve missed anything or want to do a deep dive on a topic, take a look at the Information Charlottesville archive. Want to read articles on land use in Albemarle? Click here!What about information on Virginia elections? Click here!What about uncategorized articles? And what category should they be in? Please send this on to someone else so we can continue to grow the audience. Thanks for reading and listening! This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *World Premiere of Sounds of Blackness "Hold up your light"* 7/30/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 119:21


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Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Cancer* 7/23/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 119:21


Classic Jamz every Saturday 4pm PST on AcceleratedRadio

PowerJamz
Power Jamz Monterey Bay

PowerJamz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 60:02


Charlottesville Community Engagement
July 22, 2022: Temporary four-member Council defers two land use votes, holds first reading on plastic bag tax

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 15:39


Welcome to Spational Noonerism Day, which doesn’t exactly toll off the rung. But if words seem to be a crittle bit lazy today, we can always mely on the rajesty of numbers as it is either 7/22/22 or 22/7/22, depending on what side of the Atlantic you’re on. This is Communville Charlotteminity Engagement and I’m Tawn Shubbs. Now, on to the information. On today’s program:Charlottesville City Council holds first reading on a five-cent tax on plastic bagsA contract has been awarded for a streambank restoration in McIntire ParkAnd Charlottesville City Council defers two land use votes due to a missing member but approve a plan to convert a single family house into a mixed-use apartment buildingFirst shout out: Soul of Cville to mark Fifth Anniversary of A12In today’s first subscriber-supported shout-out: Three groups are preparing to hold the second annual Soul of Cville festival to celebrate Black excellence in Central Virginia. Chic & Classy Image Consulting, 101.3 JAMZ, and the Ix Art Park Foundation will host the event which will be held on August 12, August 13, and August 14 and will feature: Live music and performancesA fashion showA Black artisan market featuring local vendorsFood from local Black-owned restaurantsA pop-up skate event with De La RollAn art show called There Are Black People in the Future with The Bridge PAI. On Friday there will be a screening of the 1989 film Do the Right Thing, with an afterparty in the Looking Glass hosted by 9 Pillars Hip Hop. For details, visit www.ixartpark.org/soul-of-cville.City Council holds first reading on plastic bag taxCharlottesville City Council has taken a first step on implementing a five cent tax on most plastic bags at retail stores. A first reading was held on Monday but the public hearing will be held on August 1. “It’s still a work in process at this point and we’re not ready for a final version of it,” said Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook. Deputy City Manager Sam Sanders explained that the General Assembly adopted legislation in 2020 to allow localities to levy the tax. He said there are only four ways the revenue can be used. “We can provide reusable bags to [Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program] and [Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children] recipients, we can produce education to reduce environmental waste, work on mitigation on pollution and litter, and work on environmental clean-up.” Sanders said some bags are exempt, such as durable plastic one with handles intended to be used for multiple uses, and plastics for some types of groceries such as ice cream and meat. “The retailer does the work of collecting the tax,” Sanders said. “They are permitted to retain one cent of every five cents collected to offset their collection and remittance expenses. It’s very much a similar process to how they collect retail sales and use collections. They will send those in to the Virginia Department of Taxation each month.”If approved, Charlottesville would begin collecting the tax on January 1, the same day the tax will go into effect in Albemarle County. Sanders said the city has met with county officials to coordinate efforts and communication. He said the city will need to distribute reusable bags in advance to people who will really need them. “That additional five cents each visit for all the items they would be acquiring adds up over time so we want to make sure that we’re making an equity investment in the roll-out of this particular tax,” Sanders said. One of the details to be worked out is the type of reusable bag. Linen, canvas, or another kind of plastic? “That will be one of the program details that we will definitely be looking for additional feedback,” Sanders said City Councilor Brian Pinkston said that he looks forward to hearing from the public.“To me this seems pretty non-controversial,” Pinkston said. “It seems like a win-win type thing but maybe I’m missing something.” While the public hearing will be held on August 1, Council may not take a vote until August 15 in case something there’s a logistical challenge brought up by the public. City awards Schenks’s Branch contractThe city of Charlottesville will hire a North Carolina based company to restore the streambank of a waterway that runs through McIntire Park. KBS Earthworks won the contract through a competitive bidding process. “The Schenks’ Branch Tributary Project consists of a construction of a priority II and priority III stream restoration to stabilize 818 linear feet of existing impaired stream,” reads the project description in the construction documents that KBS Earthworks will implement. KBS Earthworks will be paid $762,277.27 for the work, according to the notice of award issued yesterday. Funding for the project comes from the Stormwater Local Assistance Fund administered by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. “The stream is experiencing active severe erosion of its banks and bed, sending excessive amounts of sediment downstream to waterways listed as impaired by DEQ,” reads a StoryMap on the project that was published in February. “As a result, the stream offers poor habitat for aquatic organisms and is largely inaccessible to the public.” When completed, the restored stream will run through the Botanical Garden of the Piedmont.  Second shout-out: The Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign Since the very beginning of this newsletter, one long-time Patreon supporter has used his shout-out to draw your attention to the work of the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign. The campaign is a coalition of grassroots partners including motivated citizens and volunteers, partner organizations, and local governments who want to promote the use of native plants. Summer is in high gear and pollinators are active! Want to learn more? Visit plantvirginianatives.org to download Piedmont Native Plants: A Guide for Landscapes and Gardens. Four member Council delays action on two land use items, approves a thirdCharlottesville City Council has existed as a five member body since 1928 when an amendment to the charter added two more Councilors. In 1981, voters approved a referendum to expand the number to seven, but Council ordered a revote and the idea was defeated the second time around.This past Monday’s Council meeting illustrates what can happen when one member is not present. Vice Mayor Juandiego is on a sabbatical in Ethiopia with his church. There were three land use items on the agenda and two of them were deferred, both for slightly different reasons. For background, read my June 30, 2022 story Charlottesville Council briefed on city-owned property. In the first item, Council opted to wait on a vote to vacate a paper alley in the Fifeville neighborhood. “The owners of 323 6th Street SW have asked the city to close this 20 foot platted right of way,” said City Attorney Lisa Robertson. “City Council back in 2010 previously closed a different section of the platted street.” City Councilor Sena Magill repeated her concerns about doing this without a policy in place that explains to the public what paper streets are and how they can be vacated. “Having been a homeowner who has easements who looked to try to get easements closed around 2010, I was told it couldn’t be done,” Magill said. Robertson said each case is different given the age of the plat, size of property, presence of other easements, and so on. She said Magill was right that the city has taken many approaches. “A few years ago, a previous City Council determined that you should use a scoring rubric to determine whether or not to close certain platted alleys,” Robertson said. Robertson said the city’s new Office of Community Solutions is looking into the topic as part of their efforts to get handle on what property the city owns. Mayor Snook said he shared Magill’s concern of a lack of policy.  So did City Councilor Michael Payne, but he said he would support this particular vacation. Pinkston asked if there would be a downside to waiting. That’s when Mayor Snook brought up the fact Council was down one member. “As least one concern for right now is that I don’t know if we would be 3-1 or 2-2, but if Vice Mayor Wade was here, he would presumably be able to break a tie,” Snook said. Council opted to defer a vote to the August 15 vote. 1000 Monticello Road decision deferredAfter that, Council took up a special use permit to allow 11 units at 1000 Monticello Road. An existing apartment complex is on the property and the permit is required for additional density in a structure that would be built on what is now a driveway. Council denied a similar request last year on a 3-2 vote after several speakers had argued that the developer should be held accountable for a decision to raise rents that many long-term residents could not afford.  Since then, a second application was submitted that increased the number of units that would be guaranteed to be rented out below market. “The Planning Commission reviewed this at their June meeting and recommended that the application be approved,” said city planner Brian Haluska. (See also: Planning Commission recommends approval of 11 units at 1000 Monticello Road, June 15, 2022)Haluska said the application did not trigger the city’s existing affordability requirements but seven out of the eleven units would have some income restrictions. According to the resolution, five of the apartments would be classified as “For-Rent Affordable Dwelling Units” and would be reserved for ten years to households making less than 65 percent of the area median income at a total cost (rent plus utilities) that cannot exceed the fair market rent as established by the U.S. Department Housing and Urban Development.Two of the units would be “For-rent Workforce Affordable Dwelling Unit” at rent (plus utilities) that could not exceed 125 percent of the fair market value. To qualify, households must be at 80 percent of the area median income. (look up Virginia’s fair market rent rates)Earlier in the meeting, several employees of the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority urged Council to vote the project down because they said the affordability terms were not long enough or deep enough. “The city really needs to take a look at what units are being constructed not only through the [special use permit] process but what units you are incentivizing when you all fund projects as well,” said John Sales, executive director of the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Sales said Council should follow the recommendations by the Office of Community Solutions to lengthen the affordability term to thirty years rather than the ten proffered by the developer. In April 2021, a group that calls itself the Charlottesville Low-Income Housing Coalition published a study called “Why Building More Market-Rate Housing Will Not Solve Charlottesville’s Housing Crisis.” (read the report)Kelsey Schlein of Shimp Engineering was on hand to explain what the rents would be for the five affordable units. “The 2022 HUD [Fair Market Rent] for a one bedroom is $1,063,” Schlein said. “The Charlottesville [Metropolitan Statistical Area] median family income is $111,200.” The rents for the other two would be at 125 percent of the fair market rate, which would be under $1,300 a month. Councilor Magill indicated she would vote no.“I don’t see how this project has significantly altered from when it came before us,” Magill said. Councilor Michael Payne said he would also repeat his no vote. “Just to note for the historical record at this site that the lease terminations and evictions happened and there will be a net loss of affordable housing even if this is approved or not,” Payne said. Pinkston made a motion to approve the special use permit, and Snook seconded. Snook had voted in favor last year. “I guess the question is do we want to wait until Vice Mayor Wade is back to break the tie,” Snook said. “I would,” Pinkston said.At this point, another representative of the applicant requested a deferral. Pinkston withdrew his motion, and the matter will come back on August 15. Councilor Payne voted against the motion to allow the item to be deferred. In the final matter, Shimp Engineering also sought an increase for a density increase at 923 Harris Street to replace a single-family house for a multi-use building with seven apartments. The land is zoned industrial and Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook said he was concerned about taking away developable land for businesses. However, there were enough votes to proceed and Council approved it on a 3-1 vote. More from City Council, including a report on the Planning Commission votes in the next installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement. End of the newsletter business notesWhat’s the 411? This edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement! Thank you to all of the supports who help make this possible and have allowed me to improve this product over the past two years. This is a service of Town Crier Productions.You can join in and help make sure I make it to 822 by signing up for a paid subscription through Substack. If you do, Ting will match your initial payment. Go visit their website and see what they may be able to do for your Internet needs. Ting supports this brand of community engagement with a match! Paid subscriptions are fuel and each new payment makes me work that much harder for the community. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz Icon Series: The Delfonics 7/16/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 119:20


Classic Jamz every Saturday 4pm PST on AcceleratedRadio

The Pretty Dragons Podcast
Thummer Jamz

The Pretty Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 108:49


· Website theprettydragons.com · Cannabis Chronicles Available on Amazon · Google voicemail and text option- 412-426-5583 · Merch link now live my-store-b51a6b new merch added · @PRETTY_DRAGONS and IG @THEPRETTYDRAGONSPODCAST or email theprettydragonsinc@gmail.com · TikTok @theprettydragons --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/prettydragons/message

Capital FM
Jamz Tape

Capital FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:11


Back In The 90's

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Slow Jams Challenge* 7/9/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 119:21


Classic Jamz every Saturday 4pm PST on AcceleratedRadio

Roll-Wit_Uz-Radio
slo_mo_mix_slo_jamz

Roll-Wit_Uz-Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 174:55


This is how we Do it with The Slo Mo mix

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz * "Bar-B-Q Party" * 7/2/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 119:20


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PowerJamz
July Jamz

PowerJamz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 60:01


No Driving Gloves
Traffic Jamz 217

No Driving Gloves

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 42:42


The Mark White Show
Make A Difference Minute: July Jamz, Lee Greenwood, & Vietnam Traveling Wall

The Mark White Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 2:20


On this MADM, Laura Wells, executive director for the Andalusia Area Chamber of Commerce, is sharing about their upcoming July Jamz concert series and Lee Greenwood & the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall coming to Andalusia, Alabama, on July 28th! Listen & share. Sponsor: TNT Fireworks

Urban Absurdity
Hot 103 Jamz Uncut Interview

Urban Absurdity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 57:32


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Classic Jamz *Heart & Soul* 6/25/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 119:21


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The Mark White Show
Domino Tournament AND July Jamz AND Vietnam Memorial Wall AND Lee Greenwood Coming to ANDalusia

The Mark White Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 33:26


Tonight, I have a great show coming to you from Andalusia in Covington County, Alabama! Kicking things off will be Anna Copeland with Andalusia Rotary Club as she shares about the World Championship Domino Tournament coming up July 8th & 9th! After that, we'll have Andalusia Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Laura Wells to share about July Jamz, which includes our friend, Lee Greenwood, on the final Thursday as the The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall makes its way to Andalusia! Laura will also be sharing about Andalusia area's business community, tourism, and their annual Christmas in Candyland coming up in December! You can also subscribe to TMWS via TuneIn Radio, Apple iTunes, Audioboom, Spotify, Stitcher, Blubrry, Google Podcasts, & iHeart Radio. All shows are archived at TheMarkWhiteShow.com. City of Andalusia Steven King 2911 Media Scott Sexton

Newbie Homemade Mashup Lab
[mashup] 蔡依林 - 假面的告白 X Dyno Jamz - Just Me and You

Newbie Homemade Mashup Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 3:53


蔡依林 - 假面的告白 Dyno Jamz - Just Me and You

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Gemini* 6/18/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 118:36


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Classic Jamz *Fatherhood* 6/11/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 119:21


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Classic Jamz *Battle Of The Bands* 6/4/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 119:20


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Buck Reising on 104-5 The Zone
The Buck Reising Show Hour 3: Joc Jamz

Buck Reising on 104-5 The Zone

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 36:29


Tommy Pham and Joc Pederson exchanged some words and slaps before the Cincinnati Reds - San Francisco Giants game last week that ended up leaving Tommy Pham suspended for three games. Buck finds humor out of the situation and explains exactly why they were fighting. Plus, former Miami Marlins President David Samson (who helped build the new Marlins stadium) breaks down what the Titans need to do for a new stadium and describes his side of the Pham - Pederson saga. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Zone Podcasts
The Buck Reising Show Hour 3: Joc Jamz

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 36:29


Tommy Pham and Joc Pederson exchanged some words and slaps before the Cincinnati Reds - San Francisco Giants game last week that ended up leaving Tommy Pham suspended for three games. Buck finds humor out of the situation and explains exactly why they were fighting. Plus, former Miami Marlins President David Samson (who helped build the new Marlins stadium) breaks down what the Titans need to do for a new stadium and describes his side of the Pham - Pederson saga. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Icon Series: Rufus featuring Chaka Khan 5/28/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 119:20


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Classic Jamz *Taurus Tribute* 5/21/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 119:21


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Measuring Flicks
S5E3.1: When Life Boots You In the Lemons

Measuring Flicks

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 16:46


Just a quick update about why the show's been on hiatus, with some bangin' jams at the end. Thanks to our listeners for their patience and support while Max finds his footing, and thanks to our Patrons for the new iMac, without which there could be no Jamz this Sweaty.(Apparently the youthz have some new slang. Let's go.)MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com

PowerJamz
Power Jamz the Joint!

PowerJamz

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 1:20


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Classic Jamz *Put The Needle On The Record* 5/14/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 119:15


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DJROYMIXTAPES
ANYTHING GOES WEDNESDAY ON SUPA JAMZ RADIO 5.11.22 RADIO SET

DJROYMIXTAPES

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:58


If you like the mixes, feel free to contribute here: MY CD SHOP :store.payloadz.com/u/djroymixtape cashapp: cash.app/$djroymixtape zelle: djroyplaymusic@yahoo.com paypal: paypal.me/djroymixtape CONTACT # 772-243-1305 WHATSAPP: 1[876]488-0806 FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM : www.instagram.com/djroymixtape SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE : youtube.com/djroymixtape1 FOLLOW TWITTER : twitter.com/zjroy FOLLOW FACEBOOK : www.facebook.com/DJROYMIXTAPE1 SUBSCRIBE TO MY PAGE : www.djroymixtape.com

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Motherhood* 5/7/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 119:21


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糖蒜广播
Jamz Supernova·糖蒜爱音乐之After Dark

糖蒜广播

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 55:01


This week's After Dark mix comes from Selector After Dark resident Jamz Supernova, with a set which was recorded live during her time in Dubai for the Dubai Expo. It's 55 minutes showcasing the expanse of UK club sounds. 本期歌单: Hagan - Right Here (Future

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Jazz and R&B* 4/30/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 119:20


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Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Aries* 4/23/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 119:20


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Indiebnb
Indiebnb 048 Easy Honey

Indiebnb

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 35:07


Tash and Grant sit down with Easy Honey out of Chucktown, SC

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Icon Series: Bloodstone* 4/16/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 119:20


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IndieQuest
Episode 30: IQ OST - TASTY JAMZ

IndieQuest

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 76:38


ON this episode of IndieQuest OST, the hosts bring just straight up bangers that define their tastes when it comes to video game music!ENJOYLeave us questions, comments, concerns, or feedback of any kind at our email  indiequestpod@gmail.com or follow us on twitter @indiequestpod!If you want to see the Quest Log go to bit.ly/questlog!This will be updated as episodes are released, be wary though because it may contain spoilers for the episode!Follow our Hosts here:Steve on twitch - twitch.tv/BlinkoomJosh on Twitter - @FranticSocietySeth on Twitter - @captaindrachmaSpecial thanks to the intro music artist CrossFrog and the cover artist for the show @d3ltari on Instagram.Support the show - We're a proud part of the Polymedia Network!

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz * "End in Love" Song titles that "end in Love”* 4/9/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 119:20


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Headliner Radio
E175: Jamz Supernova | Something Xtra

Headliner Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 21:24


DJ and BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter Jamz Supernova speaks to Headliner about the role of radio in breaking new talent in today's music business, as well as her involvement in last weekend's much celebrated 6 Music Festival, returning for the first time since 2020.

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Icon Series: Marvin Gaye* 4/2/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 118:15


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Skramz Jamz : A Screamo Podcast
Skramz Jamz - Episode 20 - Raein Ah As If

Skramz Jamz : A Screamo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 101:56


AH AS IF WE COULD HAVE A SKRAMZ PODCAST WITHOUT AN EPISODE ON EURO KINGS RAEIN! JOIN US AS WE LOOK BACK AT SOME OF THEIR BEST WORK

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Icon Series: The Isley Brothers* 3/26/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 119:21


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Classic Jamz *Pisces* 3/19/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 119:21


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Let’s Talk Cheer
Jason interviews David Sims, Vice President of Development at JAMZ Cheer and Dance

Let’s Talk Cheer

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 99:06


In this episode Jason Larkins interviews David Sims, General Counsel and Vice President of Development of JAMZ Cheer and Dance. They talk JAMZ, and also Jason gets to know who the man is behind the brand. If you're new to the channel, welcome, please be sure to subscribe so that you never miss an episode.

Nick Sandoval podcast
Old School Jamz Vol 8. (Millennial Hip-Hop & R&B)

Nick Sandoval podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 86:45


All my favorite bangers from late '99 to 2005!! I got caught in the vibe and stretched the one a little past the hour mark. 52 Classics!!! Enjoy!! 1)Twista - Overnight Celebrity 2) Jay-Z & UGK - Big Pimpin 3) Ludacris ft Shawnna - Whats Your Fantasy 4) Chamillionaire ft Krazyie Bone - Ridin Dirty 5) Ludacris - Splash Waterfalls 6) Eminem - Cleanin Out My Closet 7) Chingy ft Ludacris & Snoop Dogg - Holidae In 8) T-Pain ft Yung Joc - Buy U A Drank 9) Tweet ft Missy Elliott - Oops (Oh My) 10) Busta Rhymes - Break Ya Neck 11) Cam'ron ft Juelz Santana - Oh Boy 12) Craig David - 7 Days 13) Ludacris ft Pharrell - Money Maker 14) Jay-Z - Izzo (H.O.V.A.) 15) Ludacris - Get Back 16) P. Diddy ft Usher & Loon - I Need A Girl (Part 1) 17) Fabolous ft Tamia - Into You  18) Kanye West ft Syleena Johnson - All Falls Down 19) Chingy - Right Thurr 20) Baby ft Clipse - What Happened To That Boy 21) Jay-Z - 99 Problems 22) Mary J. Blige - Family Affair 23) Ja Rule - Holla Holla 24) Missy Elliot ft Ludacris & Jay-Z - One Minute Man 25) Ja Rule ft Vita - Put It On Me 26) 50 Cent ft Nate Dogg - 21 Questions 27) B2K ft P. Diddy - Bump, Bump, Bump 28) Snoop Dogg ft Nate Dogg & Xzibit - B Please 29) DMX - X Gon' Give It To Ya 30) Ludacris ft Pharrell - Southern Hospitality 31) Eve ft Gwen Stefani - Let Me Blow Your Mind 32) N.O.R.E. ft Pharrell - Nothin' 33) 50 Cent - Disco Inferno 34) Fabolous ft P. Diddy & Jagged Edge - Trade It All (Part 2) 35) Jay-Z ft Pharrell - I Just Wanna Love U (Give it 2 Me) 36) Erick Sermon ft Redman - React 37) Truth Hurts ft Rakim - Addictive 38) P Diddy - Public Enemy #1 39) Busta Rhymes feat. Kelis - What It Is 40)Young Gunz - Can't Stop, Won't Stop 41) Dennis Blaze - Ninja Breaks 42) Slick Rick ft Outkast - Street Talkin 43) Jon B - Don't Talk 44) Ja Rule ft Case - Livin It Up 45) Nelly ft Dani Stevenson - Hot In Herre 46) Fabolous ft Pharrell - Young'n (Holla Back) 47) Eminem - Without Me 48) Timbaland ft Keri Hilson & D.O.E. - The Way I Are 49) Akon ft Eminem - Smack That 50) Nina Sky ft Jabba - Move Ya Body 51) Trina ft Trick Daddy - Pull Over 52) Janet Jackson - Someone To Call My Lover

Accelerated Radio Network
Classic Jamz *Do's and Don'ts ll* 3/12/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2022 119:21


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Indiebnb
Indiebnb 047 Emanuel and the Fear

Indiebnb

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 37:16


Tash and Grant sit down with Emanuel Ayvas of Emanuel and the Fear! 

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Classic Jamz Icon Series: Blue Magic 3/5/22

Accelerated Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 119:21


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