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Woodstock Roundtable 1/19/20

Woodstock Roundtable 1/19/20

Welcome to the Woodstock Roundtable. Conversational Improv with Host Doug Grunther, Woodstock Round Table Poet Laureate Victoria Sullivan,  and Radio Woodstock Weekend Warrior Ron Van Warmer. Key Topics:  What is the key to human evolution? How neuro-scientists are building a human brain from scratch…And an update on genetic engineering….It may be here sooner than you think.… We’ll…Listen

Acoustic Breakfast 1/18/20

Acoustic Breakfast 1/18/20

Welcome to Acoustic Breakfast. I’m Ron VanWarmer. This week we’ll hear songs from Andrew Bird, Arlo Guthrie, Simon & Garfunkel, Tim Harden, The Avett Brothers, and Janis Joplin Was born January 19th 1943. She would have been 77 years old. And we’ll celebrate the birthday of Zooey Deschanel who turned 40 on January 17th.Listen

Woodstock Roundtable 1/12/20

Woodstock Roundtable 1/12/20

Welcome to the Woodstock Roundtable. Conversational Improv with Host Doug Grunther,  and Radio Woodstock Weekend Warrior Ron Van Warmer. Key Topics: the person who fell the furthest, and survived. We’ll speak to Karen Kaye and Hara Wachholder, authors of the childrens book “My Parents Are Getting A Divorce”. .Gerald Celente, a trend forecaster, publisher of the Trends…Listen

Acoustic Breakfast 1/11/20

Acoustic Breakfast 1/11/20

Welcome to Acoustic Breakfast. I’m Ron VanWarmer. This week we’ll celebrate the birthdays of Rod Stewart who is 75 years old, and Shawn Colvin who turned 64 on January 10th. Jim Croce was also born January 10th, in 1943. He died aged 30 in 1973. We’ll also hear new music from M. Ward.Listen

Woodstock Roundtable 1/5/20

Woodstock Roundtable 1/5/20

Welcome to the Woodstock Roundtable. Conversational Improv with Host Doug Grunther  and Radio Woodstock Weekend Warrior Ron Van Warmer. Key Topics: The Brighter Side of High Tech. We seek connections between 3 books:  “A Society of Minds,” “Range,” and “The Quantum & the Dream” which include the themes, Why do generalists often outperform specialists? Why is there no such thing…Listen