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finding the lost dial

I neglected to mention what I’ve been up to the past few weeks and the radio (and now podcast) I’m apart of now. We’re called The Lost Dial, my comrades are called the Lost Dial Crew… or The LD Crew…

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“the morning after” radio show

Check out our morning show. This was our talk radio final at Connecticut School of Broadcasting. We produced everything… everything you hear except the few songs that we play, we created. Join me, Sterling Silver, and my fellow co-hosts Pixie

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107.5 fm

This is for Radio Shack, that lady who just made a return, and everyone else out there who ever bought one of those iPod/MP3 player radio transmitters for their car and it never seems to work properly or get clear

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  • episode 7 - friends of faith (with The Faith Life Podcast) August 18, 2015
    In this special episode, Sterling joins forces with fellow podcaster Min. Damon Gibbs of The Faith Life and chats with Keshia Tigner praise mime and founder of Stir Up the Gift Arts Academy.  Visit: http://www.stirupthearts.com/ to learn more about SGAA Subscribe to The Faith Life on PodBean and iTunes. http://ministerdame.podbean.com/
  • episode 6 - with a k June 18, 2015
    Special guest and fellow multihyphenate blerd-writer-photographer Kortney Hinton joins the podcast to discuss upcoming businesses and blogs, attempts to persuade Sterling to join NaNoWriMo, and TV/movie guilty pleasures.  Be sure to visit Kortney’s website and follow her on Twitter! Music in this episode by Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds - “Sugar” […]
  • episode 5 - on to the next June 2, 2015
    Pushed by inspiration and motivation, Sterling details the story of how he left his job and the state of mind he’s currently in, which is overall pleasant and optimistic. There’s also a subtle shout out to a diner in Brewster, NY worth revisiting.
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