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WVUM Alumna is so POLEite
By posted Jun 28, 2010 at 08:21 AM

 

With WVUM having over 40 years of Alumni, we are always thrilled and proud to see their endeavors and successes. WVUM Alumni span through an incredible amount of disciplines and titles, but Isis Masoud has recently hit global success with her side project known as: “The Polite Girls”. The Polite Girls began with a website dare which won them $10,000. What did the Polite Girls do? Lets say it includes pole dancing in the New York Public transit. She has been contacted by media all across the world and the following interview was broadcast on the the top morning show in Australia:

Isis Masoud as well as her younger sister, Amira Masoud, contributed greatly to WVUM. Isis founded the format (what we call our “pie chart”) for the shows we still utilize today and both sisters have had many specialty shows and great radio under their belts in their time at WVUM.



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Danny Daze DJ set on Electric Kingdom - Thursday July 1
By Amber Robertson posted Jun 27, 2010 at 05:14 PM

 

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Make sure you tune in to Electric Kingdom this Thursday from 7-9PM as Danny Daze brings you a special DJ set. As a DJ & producer in the Miami scene and part of collaborations such as Señor Stereo and Disco Tech, Links: Facebook, MySpace.

Danny Daze Interview for Life.is from Andres Blazquez on Vimeo.





HANDS ACROSS THE SAND
By posted Jun 23, 2010 at 04:46 PM

 

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WVUM encourages you to donate—Save the Gulf!
By Johnny “Soul Brotha/Jona” Kornman posted Jun 21, 2010 at 04:29 PM

 

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60,000 BARRELS A DAY
2.5 MILLION GALLONS A DAY
11,300 MILES ACROSS THE GULF

The BP Deep Horizon Oil Spill has become the worst environmental disaster in the history of the United States.  The impact on the Gulf’s already fragile ecosystem is enormous.  Thousands of American fisherman are indefinitely out of work.  Beach communities along the Gulf, whose entire economies rely on their once pristine beaches, now struggle to survive. 
Join those who have already donated and make a difference.

Donations are being accepted on these websites: The National Wildlife Federation or Mary Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corp, Inc. Why Vietnam? 1/3 of all commercial seafood workers in the Gulf Coast are Vietnamese-American. With deep lineage in the fishing industry and little in English skills, this community is one of the hardest hit by the Oil Spill. Read more about how this community has been affected here.

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Cool Things About This Week /// June 21st
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Jun 21, 2010 at 04:29 PM

 

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Marcello Giordani Today on Vamos A La Playa (Mondays 5-7pm)
By Laura (of Miami) Sutnick posted Jun 21, 2010 at 10:34 AM

 

Marcello Giordani is a very well known European Italo Disco DJ and Italo blog master. He just sent me a fresh mix straight from Parma, Italy especially for Vamos a La Playa. I’ll be playing it from 5-7 pm today (Monday June 21st) so tune in for some rare disco gems. Vamos a La Playa is WVUM’s disco show featured every Monday from 5-7 pm with your host, Laura Sutnick (L of M or Laura of Miami - whatever you prefer).
Playlist and more info about Marcello on lauraofmiami.com



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