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Jazz Radio

For the smoothest, grooviest jazz, keep your ears tuned in to the West Coast, COOL 98.1 FM. Catch the vibe. Be cool.
In the heart of the night. All night long. Cool Jazz on Gotham’s 98.1, Cool FM.
Time for some pillow talk. Let the greats whisper sweet nothings in your ear. Get some shuteye with Jazz […] Read more

Miscast Podcast

Now, In the search for better living, Weehawken Foundry presents Ingot Insights. Wherever homemaking ideas are floated, Weehawken ingots bring them down to earth. Here’s your host, Mr. Ace Flange […] Read more

Missing Higgs

A major breakthrough in particle physics came in the 1970s when physicists realized that there are very close ties between two of the four fundamental forces – namely, the weak force and the electromagnetic force. The two forces can be described within the same theory, which forms the basis of the Standard Model. This ‘unification’ […] Read more

My 2 Cents

We The People…it’s the first three words of the most important document in American history….but more than that it is the most important document of our present and future. When the founding fathers met in Philadelphia way back in 1787…they fought, they argued, they worked and prayed. When it was all said and done they […] Read more


Thanks for joining us for this episode of PawnCast247. Be sure to check out PawnCast247.com to learn more and access other episodes of the show to get even more pawn knowledge and experience, straight to your earbuds […] Read more

Sans Audition

“Oh, don’t worry, I gotta skele-ton more of those.” (in three different moods) “Heya, pal. What’s up?” […] Read more

Walt Whitman, O Me! O Life!

Oh me! Oh life! of the questions of these recurring, Of the endless trains of the faithless, of cities fill’d with the foolish, Of myself forever reproaching myself, (for who more foolish than I, and who more faithless?) Of eyes that vainly crave the light, of the objects mean, of the struggle ever renew’d, Of […] Read more

Wild West Germany

The northern German town of Bad Segeberg is renowned for two things: a vast cave visited each winter by twenty-two thousand bats, and an annual Karl May Festival visited each summer by three hundred thousand people. Karl May (pronounced “my”) is an adventure writer from the late nineteenth century whom most Americans have never heard […] Read more