We’re trying to be creative with an experiment: taking GDPR’S Green Tea Radio where the people are. We are doing the show, a potpourri of local news, weather, and event info plus progressive news features, from coffee shops and other sites around Music City. Will it work? We shall see. Listen: It airs weekdays at 4 am, 8 am, and 4 pm. Tell us what you think.
For Fridays’ cuppa Green Tea Radio, we’re at Starbucks West End; the fireplace is a major draw.
On tap, news of Nashville’s rally to mark Fur-Free Friday, the international protest against the fur industry. We talk about a link with demo details, and here it is, as promised: Nashville Animal Advocacy Meetup. The protest will be at noon in front of Regency Furs 4113 Hillsboro Pike. And on Saturday, as part of the Global Climate March, Nashvillians will rally at 10 am at Sally Beaman Park in Green Hills, at the corner of Graybar Lane and Benham Avenue. At 11 am, a march takes place around the Green Hills shopping area. Nashville Peace Calendar offers some important tips for marchers, and you can get all kinds of details at the Facebook events page.
We’ll also have your Music City weather forecast, the Daily Consumer Report, labor headlines from Workers Independent News, Thanksgiving leftovers from pundit Jim Hightower and Laura Erickson’s For the Birds, and much more, including a new rotating report from Unusual Sources, a Canadian news show that gives us insight into the recent news of Turkey shooting down a Russian plane.
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