WNCW Spindale, NC

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WNCW Spindale, NC

WNCW-FM Spindale NC 88.7, Charlotte NC 101.3FM, Greenville SC 97.3FM, Boone NC 92.9FM, WSIF Wilkesboro NC 90.9FM. Folks say, "If you don't like what's playing, turn down the volume for five minutes and try again." WNCW offers an eclectic mix of Folk, Americana, Rock, Bluegrass, Reggae, and more. Some call it "Roots" music but most just call it good music.
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  • Growing Local March 1 - A CSA for Every Craving

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 21:31:26

    Many farms offer vegetable and fruit CSAs, but as Community Supported Agriculture becomes more popular, some farms are thinking outside the produce drawer. Hear about CSAs that include flowers, meat, and more, and why Daffodil Spring Farm offers the classic combo of meat and potatoes.

  • Peak of the Week (3/4): Nick Waterhouse - Promenade Blue

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 21:19:03

    Reflections on his teenage past are the lyrical theme on this new one, and he’s known for drawing on retro styles of early rockabilly and R&B, but Waterhouse also sounds as fresh and modern as ever.

  • New Tunes at Two This Week: David Gray, Andrew Marlin, Lake Street Dive & This Is The Kit

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 21:13:38

    This week on New Tunes at Two we'll explore four new releases. Monday: David Gray – Skellig A rather sparse, lush, warm mood from Wales’ Gray, inspired by the sparse, rugged, cold landscape of the rocky islands off of Ireland. Tuesday: Andrew Marlin – Fable & Fire, and Witching Hour Mandolin Orange’s mandolinist has released two all instrumental, all acoustic albums this month. Fable & Fire was recorded at Asheville’s Echo Mountain Studios. Wednesday: Lake Street Dive – Obviously Producer Mike Elizondo, a songwriting collaborator for Dr. Dre, Eminem, and 50 Cent and record producer for Fiona Apple and Mary J. Blige, “encouraged us to make bolder arrangement choices, take those chances, …and do things we’ve never done before," says bassist Bridget Kearney. We think you’ll hear that on this. The album will be released on March 12 th . Thursday: This Is The Kit – Off Off On This is the alias of Kate Stables, and this was produced by Josh Kaufman, who’s collaborated with The Hold

  • Former French President Sarkozy Found Guilty Of Corruption, Sentenced To Jail

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 20:10:00

    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was found guilty on Monday by a court in Paris on corruption charges dating from his time in office. He received a three-year jail sentence with two of the years suspended. In a trial that wrapped up in December, Sarkozy, who served as president from 2007 to 2012, was convicted of bribery and influence peddling. Prosecutors accused Sarkozy and his lawyer of attempting to bribe a judge in exchange for confidential information on an inquiry looking into allegations that during his 2007 presidential campaign, Sarkozy took illegal payments from L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt. The judge, Gilbert Azibert – at the time a top appeals court magistrate – was allegedly offered a cushy job in Monaco in exchange for the information. The guilty verdict against Sarkozy makes him the second ex-French president in recent years to be convicted of corruption. His predecessor, Jacques Chirac, was convicted in 2011. The court sentenced Sarkozy, 66, to three

  • Remember Phone Books? Canadian Man Enjoys Collecting Them

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 18:10:00

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  • Family Of COVID-19 Victim Wants To See 'Orbisculate' In The Dictionary

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 17:23:00

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  • Biden Backs Amazon Warehouse Workers' Union Drive

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 17:11:00

    Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama voting to unionize won the backing of an important executive. Without naming the massive e-commerce company specifically, President Joe Biden said in a video posted late Sunday that he supports the organizing drive in Bessemer, Ala. "Today and over the next few days and weeks, workers in Alabama and all across America are voting on whether to organize a union in their workplace," Biden said in a video shared to his Twitter page. "This is vitally important — a vitally important choice, as America grapples with the deadly pandemic, the economic crisis and the reckoning on race — what it reveals is the deep disparities that still exist in our country." More than 5,800 warehouse workers at the facility are voting this month whether to join the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union. The mail-in ballot election runs through March 29 and could be the first Amazon warehouse union in the U.S. If successful, it would also be a major victory for labor

  • Texas Energy Co-Op Files For Bankruptcy After Storm, High Bill

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 17:11:00

    The largest power cooperative in Texas filed for bankruptcy protection Monday, citing a massive bill from the state's electricity grid operator following last month's winter storm that left millions of residents without power for days. Brazos Electric Power Cooperative Inc. filed for Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, according to court documents reviewed by NPR. The company in court documents says it received an essentially unpayable $1.8 billion bill from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, the entity that maintains and operates much of the state's electricity grid. Brazos Electric is the wholesale energy provider for its 16-member cooperative. Ratepayers and politicians have criticized ERCOT's leadership for failing to prepare for the storm. In the immediate days after the record cold temperatures, customers reported exorbitantly high electricity bills. The organization is under investigation by Texas counties and the Federal Energy

  • From The U.S. Capitol To Local Governments, Disinformation Disrupts

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:11:00

    One day before the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol in January, thousands of miles away in northern California, anger began to boil over at a meeting of the Shasta County Board of Supervisors. "This is a scamdemic, it's a plandemic, and it's a damndemic. We're sick of it!" one woman shouted. Again and again, residents railed against public officials for enforcing social distancing rules. Some warned of "civil war" and possible violent resistance from militias and other groups. The potential consequences of false ideas played out in deadly form on Jan. 6, when extremist supporters of former President Donald Trump – inspired by his lie that the November election was stolen – attacked the Capitol. But widespread acceptance of disinformation is shaping the political process at all levels of government. Dangerous disinformation Conspiracy theories, disinformation and distrust in the election system have sewn controversy, and even violence, at all levels of government in recent months. In

  • Disinformation Still Swirls Concerning Legitimacy Of Biden Administration

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:04:00

    While conspiracy theories aren't new, experts say their reach is spreading — accelerated by social media, encouraged by former President Donald Trump and weaponized in a way that is unprecedented.

  • Vaccine Supply Will Be Joined By Johnson & Johnson's 1-Dose Vaccine

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:04:00

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  • NBA Criticized For Decision To Hold All-Star Gaming During Pandemic

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:04:00

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  • How Fast Are Oceans Rising? The Answer May Be In Century-Old Shipping Logs

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:04:00

    Off the coast of England, there's a tiny, wind-swept island with the remains of a lifeboat rescue station from the mid-1800s. The workers who once ran the station on Hilbre Island did something that, unbeknownst to them, has become crucial for understanding the future of a hotter climate: They recorded the tides. The data, scrawled in long, handwritten ledgers, is just one example of the tens of thousands of pages of tidal measurements stored in archives around the world. Now, scientists and historians are racing to digitize them in an effort to understand how fast oceans are rising. The aging notebooks establish a historical baseline to compare with today's changing world. Sea level rise is accelerating around the globe, likely to displace millions of people who live in coastal communities. Forecasts show between 3 and 6 feet of rise by the end of the century, or potentially more, depending on how much heat-trapping pollution humans emit. Knowing exactly how much inundation to expect

  • To Help Farmworkers Get COVID-19 Tests And Vaccine, Build Trust And A Safety Net

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:00:00

    With more than 20 million acres of corn and soybeans, Illinois is among the top U.S. producers of both those crops. To make it all happen, the state relies on thousands of farmworkers — some who travel to the state for seasonal work and others, like 35-year-old Saraí, who call Illinois home. Being an agricultural worker "is the most beautiful thing," Saraí says in an interview in Spanish. NPR agreed to identify her only by her first name because she's undocumented. Saraí has spent much of the past decade cultivating crops in central Illinois, and moved to the U.S. from Mexico to find work that would allow her to better support her family; since the onset of the pandemic she's spent most of her time shepherding her three kids through their virtual school classes. There have been tens of thousands of COVID-19 cases and hundreds of deaths reported among U.S. farmworkers and meat plant workers. Because there isn't an official tracking system in place, these figures — based largely on media

  • For Some Black Students, Remote Learning Has Offered A Chance To Thrive

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:00:00

    Back when school was in person, Josh Secrett was always tired. "I used to come home and just lay down and go to sleep for like hours," the eighth-grader says. "Wake up for dinner, go to bed." Josh's mom, Sharnissa Secrett, says teachers at his Portland, Ore., school would sometimes discipline Josh for small things, like talking when he wasn't supposed to. Those interactions would hang over him the rest of the day. "You look in my baby's eyes, when he used to come home, he was tired...mentally tired," she says. But ever since his school went all-virtual, Josh has been doing much better. His mom says there are fewer distractions, he can work independently and it's been easier for him to focus. "It's like almost the noise is shut out and we can just get to the work." Middle school is tough for just about everyone, but for Black students like Josh, school can be even harder. That's because, in addition to learning algebra and coping with social awkwardness, they're often navigating an

  • 'Run The Oil Industry In Reverse': Fighting Climate Change By Farming Kelp

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:00:00

    In the race to stall or even reverse global warming, new efforts are in the works to pull carbon dioxide out of the air and put it somewhere safe. One startup in Maine has a vision that is drawing attention from scientists and venture capitalists alike: to bury massive amounts of seaweed at the bottom of the ocean, where it will lock away carbon for thousands of years. The company is called Running Tide Technologies, and it's prototyping the concept this winter. On a recent day in the Gulf of Maine, boat captain Rob Odlin says the task itself isn't much different from any other in his seafaring career, whether chasing tuna or harvesting lobster. "We're just fishing for carbon now, and kelp's the net," he says. Running Tide CEO Marty Odlin — the boat captain's nephew — comes from a long line of Maine fishermen, and once imagined he would continue the tradition. But he watched as the warming climate drove major shifts in fish populations, while regulators put a lid on how much could be

  • COVID-19 Relief Package Heads To Senate As Debate Over Minimum Wage Continues

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 16:00:00

    The Senate takes up President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus aid package this week, following a largely party-line House vote early Saturday morning. Democrats are using a process to avoid a Republican filibuster in the Senate that leaves them no room for error in the divided 50-50 chamber. Pushing Biden's plan through budget reconciliation allows Democrats to approve it more quickly and without Republican support. But it also means there are limits regarding what can be in the package, because of rules dictating how policies affecting spending, taxes and the debt are considered. Democratic leaders need to keep their caucus unified and will count on Vice President Harris to break a tie, since no GOP lawmakers in the House voted for the bill, and none are expected to back it in the Senate. Potential efforts to try to push businesses to boost the minimum wage, or any changes to tax credits or other elements mean the bill may ping pong back to the House, since any changes to the

  • Trump Keeps Up Conspiracies, Blasts Biden And GOP Foes In 1st Post-Presidency Speech

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 05:36:00

    Updated at 8:10 p.m. ET Just a month after leaving office, Donald Trump on Sunday broke with the practices of past former presidents and took on the man who beat him in the 2020 election. During a keynote address that lasted an hour and a half — and began more than an hour late — in Orlando, Fla., to the friendly Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, Trump blasted Biden's tenure so far. He called it "the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history," hitting Biden on many fronts — from immigration to national security to Biden's pandemic response. The main thrust of Trump's criticism, though, was on immigration policy. He claimed Biden was "eliminating our [southern] border," triggering "a massive flood of illegal immigration" that was letting criminals pour out onto U.S. streets. It was similar to the dark and nativist anti-immigration vision that helped launch Trump to political prominence in the first place, from his 2015 presidential campaign

  • CDC Panel Endorses Johnson & Johnson's One-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 03:07:00

  • At Least 18 Killed By Myanmar Security Forces In Deadliest Day Since Coup

    wncw.org Monday, 1 March 2021 02:44:00

    One week ago, Myanmar military forces warned pro-democracy protesters that if their demonstrations continued, there would be further loss of life. The military has made good on its threat. Sunday was the bloodiest day in Myanmar since a military junta seized power there one month ago. According to the United Nations Human Rights Office, at least 18 people were killed and more than 30 wounded after security forces fired live ammunition into crowds of peaceful demonstrators in several cities across the country. "The people of Myanmar have the right to assemble peacefully and demand the restoration of democracy," U.N. Human Rights Office spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani said in a statement. "These fundamental rights must be respected by the military and police, not met with violent and bloody repression. Use of lethal force against non-violent demonstrators is never justifiable under international human rights norms." In additional to live rounds, police also used tear gas to disperse

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