Paul Van Dyck host this monthly show with a focus on issues a ffecting people with disabilities. Today ninteen year old student Jordan Ackerson and his mother Lisa Lieberman discuss his life as a person with autism. Jordan was diagnosed with autism when he was two years old
Part of the Ubu Hour Xmas special. Jesus returns to get revenge on the fundamental religious leadership in this extremely weird and twisted radio drama. This program contains adult themes, profanity, vulgarity, sexual acts, and violence. Do not listen if you are easily offended.
Christmas with the Tush's... The entire dysfuntional Tush family gather at Dubya's to celebrate the holidays and make each each other miserable. Aired as part of the Ubu Hour "Xmas" Special on Dec 3rd.
Naomi Klein discusses imperialism, torture, and the Chicago School of predatory economists with Theresa Mitchell. Preceded by a discussion of the current propaganda preparing the public for war with Iran in the Spring.
Host Barbara Bernstein's topic is the elections in Venezuela. Guests are Dan Bonham from PCASC, along with Shizuko Hashimoto (also with PCASC) and Portlander John Olmsted. They also speak with Greg Wilpert, editor of the website venezuelanalysis.com, who speaks live from Venezuela.
On the Recovery Zone this month, host Stephanie Potter visits Harmony Hill on Washington's Hood River canal, where cancer patients and their loved ones are offered retreats that include facilitated discussion, stress reduction, labyrinth walks, organic gourmet food, views of the Olympic mountains, and more. Harmony Hill participates in the holiday spirit year round by offering these one-day and three-day retreats at no cost!!
Julie speaks with Gavin Shettler, Director of the Portland Art Center, a nonprofit exhibition space and resource center for the contemporary arts. Its mission is to cultivate informative and innovative interactions between the art world and the public. PAC offers unique opportunities to contemporary artists whose work is outside the commercial gallery system.