Louis' only jazz radio station rises from its deathbed I don't stay out late, nowhere to go I'm home about eight, just me and my radio Ain't misbehavin', saving my love for you — "Ain't Misbehavin'" by Thomas "Fats" Waller, Harry Brooks and Andy Razaf When Fats Waller recorded "Ain't Misbehavin'" in , jazz and radio seemed inextricably intertwined at the center of American popular culture. More than 80 years later, their association continues, though now it's mostly located at the far left-hand side of the FM dial where niche musical genres and not-for-profit radio stations dwell. That's where you'll find WSIE Louis' only radio outlet dedicated specifically to jazz. More recently, after financial difficulties led to several years of all syndicated content and a period of very public uncertainty, the university decided to recommit to local jazz.
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Native grasses line the winding drive and sway in the near-three-digit heat. A sunburst of black-eyed Susan daisies backs to the dense forest encircling the residence. With its low profile, all-stone exterior, gently sloping rooflines and cantilevered terraces, the 7,square-foot structure harmonizes beautifully with its glorious setting. Vast banks of windows bathe the spaces in natural light and blur the distinction between indoors and outdoors.
Biography Born in Wyandotte, Michigan , 20 miles south of Detroit, the heart of the automotive world, Dean studied art and drafting at Theodore Roosevelt High School Wyandotte and also attended the Ford Trade School because his life's ambition was to be a model-maker at Ford Motor Company. His father, Vic, owned a Nash dealership and Dean worked in the body repair shop. He learned the technical aspects of auto body repair, but was frustrated with the lack of creativity. Dean recalled, "Dad's body men could remove and replace fenders, bumpers and anything that unbolted, but little else.
Real change is beginning. Francis Slay has been mayor since…when, Prohibition? Meanwhile, keep your eye on the new wave of aldermen—young, idealistic, feisty.
Exactly! Practices like microtransactions were born because of the low price. They gotta earn that extra money, so they keep creating most of the times useless stuff and charging us for it. Look at DMC V. Microtransactions in a bloody single-player game!