Culture/Arts

Ethos Music Center, Boys & Girls Aid foster youth adoption, Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center Kwanzaa celebration

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Fri, 12/04/2009

On this month’s Community Grooves program, Host Natalie Butto features Ethos Music Center, celebrating 10 years of providing music education to youth in underserved communities; Boys & Girls Aid foster care adoption program for long awaiting children; and Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center's upcoming Kwanzaa celebrati

31:08 minutes (28.51 MB)

Stage and Studio on 12/08/09

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Stage and Studio
Air date: 
Tue, 12/08/2009 - 11:00am - 11:30am

Host Dmae Roberts features Imago Theatre's annual holiday hit "Big Little Things" - a family hit that's sold out every year. She'll talk with two of the performers 

 

Collective of Genuises and Crys Matthews on Out Loud

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Out Loud
program date: 
Tue, 11/24/2009

Collective of Genuises and Crys Matthews on Out Loud

On tonight's queer hour, we hear from the Collective of GeniusesCoG’s mission is to create art that challenges the notions on which class, gender, privilege and other social demographics are based. CoG empowers minority artists, especially those who identify as trans, queer and/or womyn, and help them create sustainable economic stability through educational programs and creative opportunities.

50:49 minutes (20.35 MB)

Community Grooves on 12/04/09

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Fri, 12/04/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

On this month’s Community Grooves program, Host Natalie Butto features Ethos Music Center, celebrating 10 years of providing music education to youth in underserved communities; Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center's upcoming Kwanzaa celebration; and Boys & Girls Aid foster care adoption program for long awaiting children.

Black Book Talk on 12/03/09

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Black Book Talk
Air date: 
Thu, 12/03/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

Hosts Patricia Welch, O.B. Hill and Emma Jackson Ford speak with Patricia Turner, author of "Crafted Lives : Stories and Studies of African American Quilters." Turner explores the culture and recent history of African Americans through the creations and wisdom of nine quilters. Turner profiles quilters who exemplify the range of black women and men dedicated to the making of quilts, and she shows how their craftwork establishes order and meaning in their lives. 

Robin Lane of Do Jump's new holiday show

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 12/01/2009

 Host Dmae Roberts talks with, Robin Lane of Do Jump Theatre tells us about her new holiday show "Tiger Lilly and Sunny Lu."


9:25 minutes (8.63 MB)

Ivy Lin's new film about segregated Chinese cemetery

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Stage and Studio
program date: 
Tue, 12/01/2009

 Host Dmae Roberts talks with Filmaker Ivy Lin about her new documentary "Come Together Home"which features the history of Portland's Chinese immigrants buried  in Portland's segregated Block 14 in Lone Fir Cemetery and the return of their bones to China.

18:05 minutes (16.56 MB)

Ivy Lin's new film & Do Jump's holiday show

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Stage and Studio
program date: 
Tue, 12/01/2009

Host Dmae Roberts talks with Filmaker Ivy Lin about her new documentary "Come Together Home"which features the history of Portland's Chinese immigrants buried  in Portland's segregated Block 14 in Lone Fir Cemetery and the return of their bones to China.

And in the second part of the show, Robin Lane of Do Jump Theatre tells us about her new holiday show "Tiger Lilly and Sunny Lu."

27:31 minutes (25.19 MB)

November 30 Old Mole Variety Hour

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Mon, 11/30/2009

 As part  of KBOO's special programming for  this day, the Old Mole looks at the WTO and corporate globalization, with pieces on how the WTO protects business from the full costs of doing business, the socialist alternative to the capitalist crisis, issues of race and poverty, and the music of resistance.  Today's host is Clayton Morgareidge.

 

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53:10 minutes (30.42 MB)

Music of Resistance

program date: 
Mon, 11/30/2009

  There is always music inspired by, and that  inspires,  political resistance, and these times are no exception.  Radical musicologist Brad Duncan talks with Bill Resnick about some recent currents in political music, some of which were heard on today's Old Mole:  "Tina," by the Mekons, "El Pueblo Unido," by Thievery Corporation, "Which Side Are You On," by Rebel  Diaz, and "Celtic Tiger," by Damien Dempsey.

9:36 minutes (5.5 MB)
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