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Radiozine
Air date: 
Tue, 12/23/2008 - 10:00am - 10:30am

Host Ed Goldberg speaks with Tom Moon, author of "1,000 Recordings To Hear Before You Die," a list to read and argue about.

Guess Who's Coming to Radio??!! playlist for 12/18/2008

Air date: 
12/18/2008

this was the second part of a two-part series, commemorating the 40th anniversary of KBOO.  There was a featured interview with filmmaker U-Savior Washington, director of the documentary 'Disappearing Acts'.  The audio of the interview will be posted soon!!!    To check out the film or to contact U-Savior, go to www.disappearingvoices.com.

The show took a look at the histories, and the present of the state of Black radio. 

Happy anniversary KBOO!!!

Positively Revolting

Air date: 
Fri, 12/19/2008 - 8:00am - 9:00am
Short Description: 
Ani hosts a discussion of the Winter Solstice. Guests Mark Lakeman of VBC & Brush of Tryon Life Comm

Ani hosts a discussion of the Winter Solstice as a time to access our deepest visions and dreams of meaningful social change.  Her guests will be Mark Lakeman of the Village Building Convergence Project, and Brush, from Tryon Life Community Farm. When we talk about radical transformation for our culture, what do we really want to bring in?  Let's dare ourselves to dream big!

We welcome your calls at 503-231-8187.

Bread and Roses

Program: 
Bread and Roses
Air date: 
Fri, 01/09/2009 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Short Description: 
Jan 9 Show: Two Women Writers: Keepers of History

Bridget B. hosts the January 9, 2009 segment of Bread & Roses.  She'll be interviewing two local women writers, Anjala Ehelebe author of Images of America: Portland's Woodlawn Neighborhood and Jewel Lansing author of My Montana: A History and Memoir - 1930-1950.  Anjala takes us through a historic accounting of the Woodlawn neighborhood while Jewel shares with us what life was like growing up in rural Montana.  Both women are true "Keepers of History" and during this segment of Bread & Roses, you’ll hear the process each one went through in writing and publishing their work along with a live reading.

Mark your calendar for January 9, 2009 at 6pmPST as Bridget B.  hosts another segment of Bread & Roses. You can also listen online at http://www.kboo.fm/
 Cheers ~ Bridget B.
 

Bread & Roses Show January 9, 2009 ~ Two Women Writers: Keepers of History

I'll be interviewing two local women writers, Anjala Ehelebe author of Images of America: Portland's Woodlawn Neighborhood and Jewel Lansing author of My Montana: A History and Memoir - 1930-1950.  Anjala takes us through a historic accounting of the Woodlawn neighborhood while Jewel shares with us what life was like growing up in rural Montana.  Both women are true "Keepers of History" and during this segment of Bread & Roses, you’ll hear the process each one went through in writing and publishing their work along with a live reading.
 
Mark your calendar for January 9, 2009 at 6pmPST as I'll be the host of another segment of Bread & Roses. You can also listen online at http://www.kboo.fm/.
 
Cheers ~ Bridget B.
 

Remembering Terry Toedtemeier

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Art Focus
program date: 
Wed, 12/17/2008

Eva Lake hosts a tribute to Portland photographer and curator Terry Toedtemeier, who died last week.  Guests include his widow, Prudence Roberts, gallery owner Jane Beebe, and John Laursen, co-author of the book, Wild Beauty, with Toedtemeier. 

Terry Toedtemeier was the Portland Art  Museum’s first curator of photography. He also was co-founder of the Blue Sky Gallery in 1975 and served as its co-director. In 1980 he became Professor of Art and History at the Pacific Northwest College of Art, teaching photography and studio classes.

30:10 minutes (12.09 MB)

Proverbial Perspectives

Air date: 
Thu, 12/18/2008 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Short Description: 
Portland's Youth Summit organizer Imani Muhammad joins Celeste Carey

3rd Annual Youth Summit: The Future Is All About Y.O.U.th

The Long & Dusty Road playlist for 12/17/2008

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Air date: 
12/17/2008

PLAYLIST: The Long & Dusty Road
December 17, 2008, Wednesday, 5:30 to 7:00 AM
KBOO
Portland, OR: 90.7
Corvallis/Albany, OR: 100.7
Hood River/Columbia Gorge: 91.9
Host: Don Jacobson

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Webcast on  http://www.kboo.fm

Seasonal Special

(VA) = Various Artists.  All media are CDs unless otherwise stated.

Artist: "Selection" ALBUM TITLE [Label]

(VA) Will Geer: Excerpt from This Land Is Your Land "I Hate A Song That ..." A TRIBUTE TO WOODY GUTHRIE [Warner Bros.]
((Intro))

Woody Guthrie: "Ain't Gonna Be Treated This A'Way" THE EARLY YEARS [Legacy International]
((Opening Theme))

Old Mole Variety Hour for December 15, 2008

program date: 
Sun, 12/14/2008

Bill Resnick hosts this program with a focus on movement struggles for the rights of workers and for a sane US foreign policy.   The show also features the music (abbreviated for the web) of Dead Prez.  To hear the whole show, go right to the arrow above.  The hear individual pieces, jump on the links below:

1.  A historical perspective on factory sit-ins like the one that just happened in Chicago. 

2.  A conversation with two union activists who participated in the Chicago sit-in.

3.  Tim Shorrock talks with Bill Resnick about Obama and US foreign policy.

50:38 minutes (28.97 MB)

Significance of Hip Hop

program date: 
Sun, 12/14/2008

Radical musicologist Brad Duncan explains  the huge, world-wide significance of Hip Hop music and culture with special  attention to Dead Prez in this conversation with Bill Resnick.

8:38 minutes (4.94 MB)
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