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APA Compass on 10/4/2013: Congressional Gold Medal, Amy Uyeki, Vivek Bald, heart2heart

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APA Compass
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Fri, 10/04/2013
Japanese-American World War II Nisei Soldiers of the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, and the Military Intelligence Service were recently celebrated in Portland, Oregon.  This tribute included bringing together the honored veterans from Oregon and Washington, the Congressional Gold Medal, screenings of “Honor and Sacrifice: The Roy Matsumoto Story” and “Searchlight Serenade”, and the Minidoka Swing Band.  We feature interviews with several participants. Many thanks to event organizers, the Oregon Nikkei Endowment and the Oregon History Museum. 59:40 minutes (54.62 MB)

APA Compass: Author and Musician Dao Strom

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APA Compass
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Fri, 11/01/2013
Musician Dao Strom plays from her latest creation - "We Were Meant to be a Gentle People" - a hybrid music CD and chapbook, inspired by her Vietnamese-American family's experiences.

Interviewed and produced by Andrew Yeh. 12:54 minutes (11.8 MB)

Ubu Oct 2013

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Ubu Hour
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Mon, 10/07/2013
Here's what's on tonight's Ubu Hour 0:00 Dead air, as the Ubu-istas seem unprepared to start their live radio theater stuff.. in fact they haven't even finished the scripts.. 8:30 Another Episode of the City That Once Worked.. 29:20 The live radio theater script.. 35:50 A docudrama about the largest school massacre ever to happen in the United States.. 50:35 A short tribute to a long-time jazz programmer who was once on KBOO and provided one of the best moments in KBOO's 45-year history. 51:30 Excerpts from the Ubu Membership Meeting.. We hear Pa Ubu (as played by Zed Craugh) explain everything that's wrong with Ubu and why Ubu is doomed to failure. 59:39 minutes (54.61 MB)

Ubu Oct 2013

program: 
Ubu Hour
program date: 
Mon, 10/07/2013
Here's what's on tonight's Ubu Hour 0:00 Dead air, as the Ubu-istas seem unprepared to start their live radio theater stuff.. in fact they haven't even finished the scripts.. 8:30 Another Episode of the City That Once Worked.. 29:20 The live radio theater script.. 35:50 A docudrama about the largest school massacre ever to happen in the United States.. 50:35 A short tribute to a long-time jazz programmer who was once on KBOO and provided one of the best moments in KBOO's 45-year history. 51:30 Excerpts from the Ubu Membership Meeting.. We hear Pa Ubu (as played by Zed Craugh) explain everything that's wrong with Ubu and why Ubu is doomed to failure. 59:39 minutes (54.61 MB)

New Jazz Releases october 15, 2013

Andre Brito Para Ouvir E Dancar! self prod Marc Cary Focus Trio Motema Lisa Engelken Little Warrior little angel Nick Hempton Odd Man Out Posi Tone Ryan Meagher Tango in the City of Roses PJCE Project Them Project Them Miles High Rick VanMatre Lines Above Summit Wide Hive Players Trunstyle Wide Hive Cheryl Bentyne/Winkler West Coast Cool Summit Yo-Yo Ma Playlist Without Borders Masterworks

Vagabond Opera's Seventh Annual Day of the Dead Bash: The Transylvanian Voodoo Ball!

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Fri, 11/01/2013 - 8:00pm - Sat, 11/02/2013 - 2:30am
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A Day of the Dead celebration and séance honoring the ancestors.

Haunting music, ritual and a sincere honoring of those passed mingle with devilish fun and all things spooky. Whether you want to dance, party, pray, or channel your ancestors, this night is for you!

Featuring: VAGABOND OPERA - (Neo-Gypsy Dark Cabaret) CHERVONA - (High-energy nuclear infused Russian Gypsy Punk band) With special guests: Danielle Elizabeth - Neo-tribal Belly Dance! Ashia Grzesik - Cello weilding Polish witch diva Annie Rosen - Comede Del'Arte extraordinare Catherine Bridge - Operatic spirit caller Paul Evans - horny devil Also featuring: A Dia De Los Muertos alter, in which you are encouraged to bring mementos and memories, notes and prayers for lost loved ones. Wandering Butoh performers Divination Table - Shadow Cards by Matt Kalinowski Live painting by Kenneth Fuller And of course, our world famous COSTUME CONTEST with prizes galore! Costumes highly encouraged! Tickets: $16 advance | $20 door | Buy At: www.startheaterportlan
Location: 
Star Theater, 13 NW 6th Avenue
Phone: 
503-248-4700

Eighth Annual Northwest Indian Storytelling Festival

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Fri, 10/18/2013 - 7:30pm - Sun, 10/20/2013 - 5:00pm
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This year's Northwest Indian Storytelling Festival celebrates our eighth season of Traditional storytelling in the Pacific Northwest. The festival will be held October 18th at the PCC Cascade Campus, and Octobe r19, and 20 at the Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA).

Story telling events begin at 7:30p.m. The Emerging Tribal Storytellers matinee will be held at NAYA at 1:00 PM on Sunday. Ticket prices range from $5 to $20 on a sliding scale, with no one turned away due to lack of funds.

Among native people throughout North America, winter is storytelling time. Wisdom and knowledge, traditional cultural values and spiritual qualities, oral history and prophecy, have all been passed down by our treasured elders, generation to generation, during the long nights of winter. This year’s festival features some of the Northwest’s most gifted tribal tellers, including Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwah S'Klallam) Who captivates with vivid and colorful tales; Elaine Grinnell (Jamestown S'Klallam)whose sense of humor is a crowd-­-pleaser; Esther Stutzman (Komemma Kalapuya/Coos) who generously shares stories from Oregon’s Willamette Valley ;and Toby Joseph (Apache/Ute) whose stories touch the heart.
Location: 
Friday Evening, PCC Cascade: 705 N Killingsworth St., Portland, OR 97217 Saturday Evening: NAYA: 5135 NE Columbia Blvd., Portland, OR 97218
Email: 
nisa@wisdomoftheelders.org
Phone: 
(503) 775-­‐4014

Welcome to our new Station Manager: Victoria Stoppiello

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KBOO Community Radio is excited to welcome Victoria Stoppiello to serve once again as our interim station manager. Ms. Stoppiello has twice served KBOO as a station manager, served on the board, and participated in the construction of the KBOO studios. Ms. Stoppiello's managerial expertise and previous experience with KBOO make her a positive addition to our KBOO community. Please join us in extending Ms. Stoppiello a warm welcome!

The Afro-Caribbean All-Music Festival

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Fri, 11/01/2013 - 7:00pm - Sun, 11/03/2013 - 2:30am
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A three-day concert with nine bands, the Afro-Caribbean All-Music Festival will feature the music genres and rhythms that originated in Africa, such as soukouss, highlife, Afrojazz, Afrobeat, calypso, dancehall, mbalax, reggae, salsa, samba, R&B, blues, to name a few.
The Afro-Caribbean All-Music Festival pays tribute to Africa for giving so much to the world, by being the mother of the world’s music! The festival will celebrate the genesis of African music in so many genres. It will bring additional diversity to the cultural fabric of Portland, and a welcome addition to the landscape of festive events taking place around the Rose City every year.

The festival will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 1, 2 and 3rd at TAO event center, 631 NE Grand Ave, Portland, from 7pm till 2:30 am. Nine bands, including Jujuba, Loveness Wesa, Arrasta, Pilon D’azucar, Super Mokako, Roots Revolution, Wamba, Balans and Thione Diop will perform live until midnight, then popular local DJs, such as Mr Dullah, Solo, Sweet pee, M&M, WYT, Lynn and Mark will finish the night with a flurry of nightclub ambience. We are starting this adventure with mostly Portland-based bands that have already established their name with the public locally. They have grown in popularity by playing in places like Vie De Boheme, Goodfoot, the former Mt.
Location: 
TAO event center, 631 NE Grand Ave, Portland
Contact name: 
Henri Mandekor
Email: 
henmandekor@yahoo.com
Phone: 
503-997-0357

Searchlight Serenade: Amy Uyeki, Chickie Ishihara White

program: 
APA Compass
program date: 
Fri, 10/04/2013
Japanese-American World War II Nisei Soldiers of the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, and the Military Intelligence Service were recently celebrated in Portland, Oregon. This tribute included bringing together the honored veterans from Oregon and Washington, the Congressional Gold Medal, screenings of "Honor and Sacrifice: The Roy Matsumoto Story" and "Searchlight Serenade", and the Minidoka Swing Band. 25:51 minutes (23.68 MB)
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