Thursday, March 17, 2005


Your digital life is at stake . . .

Our March 17 Chronicles presents some topics that reach further than the mood of today’s holiday passion. Indeed, we will hope to do what today’s hero did. That is, drive the snakes out from under you.

As a listener of alternative broadcasting or an independent performer using the Internet as your stage, office and marquee, you owe it to yourself to listen to what we have to say this evening. For even as you read this, a new Bible is being written. Even as you read this, tens of thousands of people are buying iPods. Even as you read this, the very fabric of entertainment is changing and youth is guiding the digital ship into uncharted waters .

Here comes April, friends, and “April,” as Shakespeare wrote, “hath put a spirit of youth in everything.” What about you? I wax poetic, sure, but what are wax and poetry for? Ok, then, as Jean Shepherd would say, “fatheads,” listen up because something is happening that even Dylan’s Mr. Jones knows about and if you don’t catch on now, you may be exiled to a world of snakes where not even a drunken saint can save ya.

The Dressing Room hour (8 p.n. EST) precedes the network show (9 p.m. EST). Put on your best blouse, check your sharp objects at the door and always be hungry. See ya there.
(Note -- not all the affiliate stations below simulcast the program, some rebroadcast it over the weekend following the most recent live show. Check the station for air time.)

9 p.m. EST Thursdays

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