My new program, “Hear Ring Ear” airs on wzbc-fm, Boston.
Hear Ring Ear focuses on sound and hearing, using edits and mixes often featuring Freeman Z’s personally produced collection of spoken word and music. This is not your friend’s “mixtape.” It’s a fast-paced psychoacoustical holographic hoedown of hilarity, a multitrack mixdown hootenanny. MP3′s of shows and shorts at…
This year we lost our friend Dave Cutler of Acton, Massachusetts. Here he is outside a lucrative and exclusive Cheney fund raiser where Boston police, according to a Boston Municipal Court ruling in my favor, illegally seized sound amplification equipment while in use by bona-fide Gubernatorial Candidate.
Charley Richardson Of Jamaica Plain, passed away on May 4 … Beloved and eternal soul-mate of Nancy Lessin; loving parent of Nick and Joe Richardson, Nikki… (Boston Globe
When Military Families Speak Out (MFSO) began in November, 2002, co-founders Charley Richardson and Nancy Lessin’s son was being deployed to Iraq. They shared with other military families a deep fear and worry about those who would be in harm’s way for no good reason.
have appeared for several months in Davis Square, transforming it to “Bradley Manning Square” on fridays. “The photo was shot by a kind stranger using Susan’s camera, then I tweaked it a bit.. It was a team effort,” says Freeman, a once-upon-a-time professional photographer.”
The group speaks out, displays signs and banners, collects signatures, and distributes literature to raise awareness in accordance with the BradleyManning.org program.
Speaking for the trio, Susan says, “We welcome all to come join us on fridays from 1-2pm, or to do their own thing for Brad. Either way is good.” Asked why she wants to free Manning, Susan says, “If Bradley did indeed leak those materials, which have been the source of innumerable world-shaking news stories, and which may reveal our government’s criminality and self-defeating brutality, which endanger us all, then he deserves our deepest gratitude and support.” (article)
My dear friends and world class peace activists, the Arredondos of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, have suffered a second tragedy since the loss of their son Alex in combat. After years of unresolved grief over Alex, my new friend Brian took his own life a few months after the local post office was named in Alex’s honor. Brian was 22.
I was responsible for sound and stage at the event. As a tribute to my favorite peace activists, I’ve released what I expect to be the last high quality video of Brian, cut from footage shot from the tech van at stage-side by my good friends at Chronos.
Carlos and Brian at the post office dedication ceremony (more)
Brian Louis Arredondo was the son of Victoria Foley and Carlos Arredondo, Stepson of Mélida Arredondo, Brother of Nathaniel Foley and Brother of US Marine Lance Corporal Alexander Scott Arredondo. Brian was 17 when Alex was killed in Iraq.