World - Ethnic

We hope you enjoyed your Native American "Indian Country" show on Friday 6-25-10

 

We hope that you enjoyed our music selection on the Friday 6-25-10 show. We played alot of Charles Littleleaf, who was our guest on the Friday 6-11-10 show. He is a terrific flute player and flute maker. He came all the way from the Warm Springs reservation to visit with us all. His music is truely inspired. It touches your heart and gets it in touch with the earth. Mother earth. It ws a real blessing to have him and his wife Vicky on as our guests. What a gift they gave to us!

We will be back on the air with our show on 7-09-10, the Great One willing. We are on alternating Fridays. We are still being tried out by KBOO along with 3 other programs that are being tried out..

Jan Michael Lookingwolf will be visiting us on "Indian Country".

I had the pleasure of hearing Jan Michael Lookingwolf at the World Beat Festival in Salem yesterday. He has graciously agreed to appear on our show "Indian Country".

Lookingwolf is the current Native American Musician of the year, (NAMMY) and is also a spokesman and activist for idea that all people are connected.

I hope he will speak to that and perform some music for us very soon.

 

 

 

Portland Yiddish Hour playlist for 06/27/2010

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Portland Jewish Hour
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06/27/2010

Hosted by Liz, featuring an hour of Israeli music and drama. Special guests include Sacha Reich, Artistic Director of the Jewish Theatre Collaborative, and actors Heidi Hunter and Sam Dinkowitz.

Die German Stunde

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Fri, 06/25/2010

How much do you really know about Germans?

Why is going naked on a beach or in a public park in Germany okay and why are there restrictions here? Is the going-naked-movement gaining strength in Oregon and could Germany serve as a model? How do Germans deal with nudity and is there a difference between baring it in the eastern part of Germany versus the west? Germany has fully developed single payer healthcare, so why does a German who worked in Portland and went back to Germany yearn to return here? And then there's the World Cup.

Want more of this? Email amnews@kboo.org or get in touch with host Miriam Widman at diegermanstunde@gmail.com

Danke fuer das Zuhoeren!


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Bread and Roses on 06/24/10

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Bread and Roses
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Thu, 06/24/2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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haitian agriculture

In March and again in May, Bread and Roses host Nicole Vulcan traveled to earthquake-ravaged Haiti to speak with people about the revival efforts following the January quake. This Friday, July 24, Bread and Roses will feature live interviews with Marisha Auerbach and Kelda Miller, two permaculture experts involved in reducing food insecurity in Haiti through improved agricultural methods. The show will also feature interviews with Haitian farmers and agronomists, who share their opinions about the direction of Haiti's future, and the donation of hybrid seeds by seed giant Monsanto. 

When: Friday, July 24, 6:00 pm 

Africa O-Ye! playlist for 06/24/2010

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06/24/2010

Special Programming: Public Affairs on 06/25/10

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Fri, 06/25/2010 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Die German Stunde — the first “German Hour” on KBOO

How much do you really know about Germans?
Why is going naked on a beach or in a public park in Germany okay and why are there restrictions here? Is the going naked movement gaining strength in Oregon and could Germany serve as a model? How do Germans deal with nudity and is there a difference between baring it in the eastern part of Germany versus the west? Germany has fully developed single payer healthcare, so why does a German who worked in Portland and went back to Germany yearn to return here? And then there’s the World Cup.

Portland Yiddish Hour on 06/20/10

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Sun, 06/20/2010 - 10:00am - 11:00am
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Red Hot Chachkas and Hebrew Poetry

Join us on Father's Day, Sunday June 20th on the Portland Yiddish Hour for

live in-studio performances by members of the Red Hot Chachkas Klezmer Band

and Hebrew poetry including selections in honor of the Tel Aviv Gay Pride Parade

read for us by PSU Judaic Studies Professor Natan Meir

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