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Central New Jersey Heart Walk

~ September 30th ~

Arm & Hammer Park

1 Thunder Rd

Trenton, New Jersey, 08611


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Starts:Fri, 30 Sep 2016 5:30:00 PM
Ends:Fri, 30 Sep 2016 9:00:00 PM
Registration Fee:Donation encouraged (not required)

The Heart Walk is a fun family event where you can walk to celebrate your heart health or recommit to taking better care of yourself. Walk with friends, family members and coworkers and get moving together! When you join the Heart Walk, you join more than a million people in more than 300 communities across America in taking a stand against heart disease and stroke. Each walker on your team is asked to raise money to fund the valuable lifesaving research, education and advocacy efforts of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.

Visit this link to register

For more information contact:
Jennifer Gadus ~ (609) 223-3731 ~ Jennifer.Gadus@heart.org





HD Signal out at WWPJ


Currently our HD signals are out at our WWPJ

(Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania) transmitter.


We are in the process of moving our transmitter to another radio tower

and will resume broadcasts once that is complete.  Stay tuned for details.


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Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland
Sunday at 11am

Vibraphonist Cecilia Smith is a leading proponent of the four-mallet technique. She has performed at nightclubs, concert halls, and festivals all over the world and collaborated with greats such as Mulgrew Miller, Cecil Bridgewater, and Randy Weston. On this Piano Jazz from 2000, she and McPartland combine talents in a rendition of “Old Devil Moon.” Smith solos on her “Lullaby for Miles and Bill” and a piece dedicated to her mother, “Mourning Before Grace.”


Jazzin’ Around with David Jaye

TODAY ONLY -- Sunday at 1pm

Jazzin’ Around comes to us from David Jaye’s subterranean jazz den in Pittsburgh.  It's a jazz magazine with features on artists, jazz news on the national and international stage, updates on festivals, near and far, and the Jazz Week Chart, plus jazz music old and new.


Latino USA with Maria Hinojosa
Sunday at 3pm

This week on Latino USA we talk about the aftermath. What happens after one incident changes everything? Two years ago 43 indigenous students mysteriously disappeared while on their way to protest in Mexico City. Their families have been demanding justice and to see their sons or their bodies. We talk with Julissa Arce, an undocumented immigrant, who hid her status for years while working as a Goldman Sachs executive. Finally, we hear about the case of a Salvadoran woman offered a U-visa in exchange for cooperation with police in a criminal investigation.


Jazz Potpourri:  Blues with a Feelin’ with Carey Hamilton
Sunday at 8pm

We’re focusing on all types of blues; jump, heartache, I’m in love, she broke my heart blues, as well as Delta Blues, Chicago Blues, and rhythm & blues.  We feature traditional and non-traditional blues artists singing the blues.


Blues with a Feelin’ is hosted by Carey Hamilton Sr., “The Bebop Grand Pop” from Keeping Jazz Alive (Tuesday Evening at 7pm)


So join us for some good old fashion down home music.  This is Carey Hamilton Sr., your Bebop Grand Pop come and check us out!  We’re dropping the mike!


Making Contact with Andrew Stelzer
Monday 11:00am

September marks the 5 year anniversary of "Occupy." We go to Zuccotti Park, and Oakland to talk to individuals that were part of Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Oakland to gain insight and reflection on the movement that swept the nation. We revisit how Occupy started, how it evolved, how it fell apart, and what lessons came out of the experience.


51 Percent (the Women’s Perspective) with Allison Dunne
Monday 11:30am

On this week’s 51%, an historian talks about women’s roles in shaping civilization and her BBC documentary on the subject. And we meet a woman with a nose for memory.


The Buzz on Dixie with “Buzz” Herman

Monday 7pm

Dixieland is alive and well and you can hear it every Monday evening … right here … JazzOn2!


Jazz Worldwide with Michael Stone
Monday 8pm

Improvisatory sounds from around the planet.


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