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Lucky us - guests Lipstick & Dipstick on Out Loud Tues Jan 15th 6pm

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Have you heard? Lipstick & Dipstick are locals & they're also well known to women around the world!

They'll be hosts for the L Word season preimiere Sunday Jan 6th at the Bagdad Theater 

Voted the #1 column in CURVE in a recent reader's poll, Lipstick & Dipstick give punchy advice to the lesbian community, a measured blend of guidance, wit and sincerity from the femme and the butch perspective.

Old Mole Variety Hour for December 31, 2007

program date: 
Sun, 12/30/2007

 Hosted by Clayton Morgareidge, this program opens with some reflections on why the presidential campaign is treated as a horserace, not as a debate on the future of the nation.  Bill Resnick talks with local bicycling activists Tim Calvert and Elinor Blue about how bicycling can change our cities and our lives.  Luz María Gordillo reads her short story "Hot  Señorita", one of her  series on the Mexican immigrant experience.  Carolyn Jessop talks with Bill Resnick  about her  experience  in a polygamous, fundamentalist  Mormon community.

52:49 minutes (48.36 MB)

Too Hot for Radio

program date: 
Wed, 12/19/2007

WARNING: This show contains explicit language and sexual content.

51:14 minutes (46.91 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for December 10, 2007

program date: 
Sun, 12/09/2007

Bill Resnick hosts today's show and interviews Bill Black, former senior government financial regulator and author of the book "The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One." They discuss the subprime mortgage crisis and other corporate malfeasance aided and abetted by the neo-cons now in power. Tom Becker critiques the undermining of the separation of church and state in Mitt Romney's speech about his religious beliefs. Book Mole Larry Bowlden reviews Pat Barker's novel about the ravages of war in the souls of soldiers, "Regeneration." And Jan Haaken talks with Costa Rican activist Jimena Alvarado about the recent vote there in favor of a free trade pact.

55:16 minutes (13 MB)

Grace Paley - An Interest In LIfe Event 12-11-07

An Interest in Life: GRACE PALEY

Grace Paley, one of this country's most honored and best loved writers, died on August 22, 2007. Her commitment to antimilitarism, environmentalism, feminism and antiracism was inseparable from her stories, essays, and poems.

CELEBRATE GRACE PALEY'S LIFE AND WORK
Tuesday, December 11 @ 7:00 p.m.
Broadway Books 1714 NE Broadway 503.284.1726

Circle A Radio playlist for 12/05/2007

Air date: 
12/05/2007

Grace Paley

The acclaimed poet and short-story writer Grace Paley died on August 22nd 2007 at the age of 84, after a long battle with breast cancer.  A life-time political activist, she helped found the Greenwich Village Peace Center in 1961, traveled on a peace mission to Hanoi in 1969, and was one of the “White house eleven,” who were arrested in 1978 for unfurling an anti-nuclear banner on the White House lawn. She was active with the American Friends Service and the war resisters league. 

Circle A Radio playlist for 12/05/2007

Air date: 
12/05/2007

Grace Paley

 

The acclaimed poet and short-story writer Grace Paley died on August 22nd 2007 at the age of 84, after a long battle with breast cancer.  A life-time political activist, she helped found the Greenwich Village Peace Center in 1961, traveled on a peace mission to Hanoi in 1969, and was one of the “White house eleven,” who were arrested in 1978 for unfurling an anti-nuclear banner on the White House lawn. She was active with the American Friends Service and the war resisters league. 

Old Mole Variety Hour for December 3, 2007

program date: 
Sun, 12/02/2007

Bill Resnick talks with Prof. Ismael Hossein-Zadeh about the administration's charges against Iran. Frann Michel reflects on religion, sexuality and social control--and the movie "The Bible Tells Me So." Host Clayton Morgareidge comments on arguments that maternity leave is unfair to non-parents. "Iceberg Lettuce, Anyone," is Luz Maria Gordillo's latest short story about Mexican immigrants. Clayton comments on "Wishing for God." And local activist Jamie Partridge talks with Bill Resnick about challenging Congressman Earl Blumenhauer on his vote for the Peru Free Trade Pact.

55:00 minutes (12.93 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for November 26, 2007

program date: 
Sun, 11/25/2007

Hosted by Denise Morris, today's show begins with two pieces about the Wages for Housework Campaign: Laurie Mercier interviews Selma James, the founder of the campaign and International Coordinator of Women's Global Strike; and Andaiye of Red Thread. They will be speaking at PSU, in the Native American Center, on Saturday from 1-3 pm about Tanzania's Arusha Declaration and African Socialism. Then Frann Michel and Denise review the documentary film "Talking of Power" produced by the Bolivian Circle of Women's Global Strike, available from globalwomensstrike.net.

55:53 minutes (13.13 MB)

Lawsuit- Ralph Nader v. The Democratic National Committee

This is a copy of the lawsuit filed by Ralph Nader and Peter Camejo and other Oregonians such as Lloyd Marbet and Gregory Kafoury against the Democratic National Committee.

This was the referenced document on the 11-5-07 show with attorney Carl Mayer.

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