Leslie Miller + Marck Warren Jacques

Art Focus
program date: 
Wed, 02/18/2009

Art Focus interviewed Leslie Miller, co-founder of Fontanelle, along with Mark Warren Jacques, the artist currently showing at the gallery.

Jacques presents Big Beautiful Color (example at left), an exhibition featuring interactive installation, painting, and sculpture.

27:09 minutes (37.29 MB)

Review of PIFF's "Watching the Rhino"

 We're heading into the final phase of the Portland International Film Festival, which closes this coming Saturday, the 21st. Two of tonight's films are a fair representative of the scope of PIFF. First is Milking the Rhino (6:30 at the Broadway 3), David E Simpson's documentary about how Africans in Kenya are dealing with dangerous wild animals. Also on hand is Sugar, a drama by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (who will be in attendance tonight), who also did the respected Half Nelson, which was nominated for an Academy Award. Sugar (6 PM at the Whitsell), which I haven't seen, is about the immigrant experience, in the form of a talented baseball player. This film might be of special interest to viewers who have heard the news story about the two javelin throwers from India who won a baseball throwing TV contest and ended up in America on the Pittsburg Pirates farm team, knowing nothing, absolutely nothing, about the game of baseball. 

Whitebird Dance and Arts Econ Stimulus package

Stage and Studio
program date: 
Tue, 02/17/2009

Dmae Roberts talks with the founders of Whitebird Dance, Walter Jaffe and Paul King join us to fill us in on the rest of the season including the Trey Mcintire Project.

24:53 minutes (22.79 MB)

Gran Torino film - critical discussion and interview with star Bee Vang

APA Compass
program date: 
Thu, 02/05/2009

In February, APA Compass critically discussed the Clint Eastwood folk Gran Torino, which features Eastwood as a cranky old veteran living in a neighborhood with an influx of Hmong immigrant neighbors. Aslo, an interview with one of the film's stars, Hmong actor Bee Vang.

41:48 minutes (38.28 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for February 16, 2009

program date: 
Sun, 02/15/2009

Hosted by Jan Haaken, this show features a discussion of democracy and local energy production; the Mickey Rourke film The Wrestler, the 19th Annual  Cascade Festival  of African Films, and  a follow-up on the Economic Town Hall meeting held in Portland on January 29.  To hear the whole show, click on the arrow above.  For individual pieces, follow the links below:

1.  Democratic self-sufficient energy production, a conversation between David Morris and Bill Resnick.

2.  The Movie Moles take hold of The Wrestler.

3.   Following up on the Town Hall meeting about the economic crisis.

53:18 minutes (30.5 MB)

African Film Festival

program date: 
Sun, 02/15/2009

The 19th Annual Cascade Festival of African Films is underway at PCC's Cascade campus.  P.C. Peri of the festival  talks with Jan Haaken about the films and the festival, which runs through March 7.  

For more information, go to the Festival website here.  

8:22 minutes (4.79 MB)

Movie Moles: "The Wrestler"

program date: 
Sun, 02/15/2009

Our Movie Moles, Jan Haaken and Denise Morris, find metaphors for working class life in the drama of wrestling as portrayed in The Wrestler.

13:19 minutes (7.63 MB)

Radiozine on 02/20/09

Air date: 
Fri, 02/20/2009 - 10:30am - 11:00am

The topic is "The Future." The guest is Catlin Gable teacher Mark Lawton, who will present the findings of his year-long foray into the field of future studies and its implications for education on Tuesday, February 24, at 7 p.m. in the Cabell Center on the school campus, 8825 SW Barnes Rd. The event, this year's Esther Dayman Strong Lecture, is free and open to the public.

Lawton believes that in today's fast-paced world, students must learn critical thinking skills, and that they must apply those skills in forecasting and preparing for the dramatic changes that are coming. "If you create plausible scenarios for the future, your organization will be ready to adapt, no matter what happens." says Lawton. "And if you are forward thinking, you can shape the future you want instead of just responding to what happens."

Guess Who's Coming to Radio??!! on 02/26/09

Air date: 
Thu, 02/26/2009 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Short Description: 
a look at motown records and it's 50 years of existence.

tonight we will look at the label once touted as being the 'sound of young america'- motown records.  motown has turned 50 years old, and we will look at the complex histories, the successes, and the struggles.  also, we will air some on-the street answers about what motown means to people, as well as get calls from YOU!  if you want to e-mail what the label means to you, you can do that here before the evening of the show.  there will be, of course, motown music, from its infancy to its present. 

stay tuned!!!

Guess Who's Coming to Radio??!! on 02/19/09

Air date: 
Thu, 02/19/2009 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Short Description: 
the state of 'black rock': interview with rob fields of

tonight we will speak with rob fields of and explore the histories and present states of black people in 'rock music'.  we will look at the political over-and undertones of musicians, from little richard to the isley brothers, to bad brains, right on down to mos def.  also, even though rock music is a direct descendent of blues and gospel musics, in lieu of the way its changed over the years; do black people still have a place in it? 

stay tuned!!!  if you have any questions for mr. fields you can post them through this page. 

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