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this day in crime history: june 18, 1984

On this date in 1984, radio talk show host Alan Berg was shot and killed outside his home in in Denver, CO. Berg, who frequently courted controversy on his radio show, was shot by members of a white nationalist group known as The Order. 58 more words

True Crime

SXSW Film Review: 'The Jones Family Will Make a Way'

A talented Texas Pentecostal clan’s attempts to bring their gospel music to a wider audience is the focus of “The Jones Family Will Make a Way.” Alan Berg’s documentary is moderately engaging but not particularly satisfying, as the subjects only begin to make progress toward their goal at the end of the pic’s timeframe, while the filmmakers don’t reveal much about the Joneses’ individual personalities or lives. 611 more words

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this day in crime history: june 18, 1984

On this date in 1984, radio talk show host Alan Berg was shot and killed outside his home in in Denver, CO. Berg, who frequently courted controversy on his radio show, was shot by members of a white nationalist group known as The Order. 58 more words

True Crime

Airwave Blues

If you are an artist, entertainer, public personality, radio DJ and or writer; you probably all can relate to the striving pain of building more of an audience. 933 more words

Bowl Of Rice

President Speaks at Wedding Market Expo

 

 

There’s still time to register to see Alan Berg, Andy Ebon, Kindra Browne, Patrick Kelly, Michael Nolte, Peter Merry, Ron Ruth… and many more great speakers, in Kansas City April 9-11… 2 1/2 days for only $99!  37 more words

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Book Review: Lone Patriot by Jane Kramer

Lone Patriot: The Short Career of an American Militiaman
by Jane Kramer
Copyright 2002
Pantheon Books
257 pages

Rating: 4/10

Summary: Kramer takes a look at Washington State Militia leader John Pitner. 865 more words

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