Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Teen Arrested for Killing Hamster; Tiger Slays Lion in Zoo and More: Rynski Radio at Party934

Posted By on Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 8:00 AM

Update with playlist and download at bottom of post

New NOON showtime in Arizona

A New York teen was arrested and faces two years in jail for killing her younger sibling’s pet hamster during a family fight.

Mean things can include teens who kill hamsters.

It’s about time rodents got some respect.

That story and more are up this week on Rynski’s Shattered Reality radio show on Party934.com and FM 94.9 in Hudson Valley, N.Y.

Next show is Wednesday, March 16 (today!), and every Wednesday online at Party934.com. Showtime is noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST.

Please note daylight savings pushed the show up to noon in Arizona, rather than previous usual 1 p.m..

Party 934 is a radio alternative for listeners sick of stations that play one song followed by 500 commercials.

This week's songs are random selections from Rynski's radio library. We promise you'll be amused.

Thanks! to all who keep the song requests coming.

What: Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show
When: Every Wednesday for one hour
Time: Noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST
Where: www.party934.com and FM 94.9 in Hudson Valley

For those who might miss the show, please check back after the fact for the playlist and recorded download.

CALL FOR SONGS: As per one loyal listener’s request, let’s go for songs with the theme of apocalypse—end of the world, destruction, extinction—please leave requests in comments below or e-mail to ryngargulinski@hotmail.com
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Ryn Gargulinski, aka Rynski, is a writer, artist, performer and poet. Her radio show airs every Wednesday and her column appears every Friday. See more writing and art from RYNdustries at ryngargulinski.com and rynski.etsy.com.

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UPDATE:

Missed the show? CLICK HERE to download

Playlist for Rynski’s Shattered Reality 03/16:
Random Rynski musical mélange

Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble — Voodoo Chile
Cream — Born Under a Bad Sign
Loreena McKennitt — Marco Polo
The Rolling Stones — You Gotta Move (Stones always for Deb in AZ)
Alice in Chains — Nothin’ Song
The White Stripes — Little Ghost
Prince — Controversy (for Beezel)
Howie Gelb — Robes of Bible Black
Leonard Cohen — Dress Rehearsal Rag
Ampol Aires — Sto-Lat (Polka always for parents)
Rene Marie — A Hard Day’s Night
Bjork — Oll Birtan
David Darling — Darkwood IV: Journey

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