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SOON COME THIS WEEKEND !! FATHER'S DAY WEEKEND JUNE 15,16,17  2013

Tillicum Wawa Native show is now off air at KBOO.

I have really enjoyed being a co-host,co-producer on the native american show "Tillicum Wawa" on KBOO these last few years, along with Shusli, Eugene, Louisand our wonderful engineer - Kurt.  It's been a real pleasure and a fulfillment of my contirbution to the world and the Native world  in particular.

I've been volunteering at KBOO for 25 yrs off and on.Starting with John Talley on "Indian World" for 22 years. He was my mentor and friend. He  encouragement through my life. What a blessing to have know you all!!

I've made some really great friends!,I've learned alot about our "Indian World" and have enjoyed bringing you, along with the rest of our crew, some of the best and most up to date info on what is going on in our world.

New Jazz Releases June 11, 2013

Albare                The Road Ahead                Enja

It's the June 2 Special Announcement from KBOO Station Navigator

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This past Sunday, KBOO's Station Navigator, Lynn Fitch pre-empted regular programming for 15 minutes to deliver an address to all listeners which contained an ambitious membership, outreach and awareness building campaign for this Summer.

If you care about KBOO, please give a listen, especially if you missed hearing it live. And share this link with your fellow KBOO fans.

SO much Everything! All the Everythings! But Not Every little Thing, only the Blackest of Everything

http://www.mixcloud.com/princesscake/

 

ALL BLACK EVERYTHING

 

EVERY other thursday night {Friday morning} 3 until 5:30

 

This means tonight so please tune in!

 

also

 

please check out some previous episodes and b sides:

http://www.mixcloud.com/princesscake/

New Releases May 29, 2013

Adid    Acid    Hub City Records    Alternative Rock
Alison Moyet    The Minutes    Motley Music Limited    Rock
Anny Celsi    January    Ragazza Music    Rock
Bill Ryder-Jones    A Bad Wind Blows in My Heart    Domino    Alternative Rock
Birds and Arrows    Coyotes    Red Eye    Rock
Black Sabbath    Volume Four    Warner Brothers    Alternative Rock
Black Sabbath    Black Sabbath    Warner Brothers    Alternative Rock

Summer fun for KBOO volunteers!

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There are many roles for volunteers at KBOO.  Whether you have a little time to do some ocassional projects, or if you are interested in making a weekly commitment, there are roles to suit your interests.  Our volunteer community is made up of about 500 people, doing what they can to bring you the great programs you listen to, and staff fun outreach events. KBOO’s volunteer community is inclusive and eclectic.  They do just about everything, like:

On Radically Loving the World

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On Radically Loving the World

Hear this as audio with music

 Let me ask what might seem a very naïve question:  Why are we so willing to trash the world we live in?  Or to be a little less naïve, Why do we allow those who govern our world to destroy, pollute, and enslave the earth and all that lives? 

Happy Birthday to KBOO! We're releasing a 7"!

KBOO Community Radio was born in June, 1968; a healthy 10 watt baby that would eventually grow up to change the idea of what radio could be: who is on the air, what kind of content is provided to listeners, and how radio waves are valued.
KBOO was the local outlet for the Listener Supported Radio Movement, led in part nationally by Lorenzo  Milam, and locally by a group of Portlanders who wanted to hear classical music on the radio.  In 1968 we went on the air, and provided not only the music and cultural programming you couldn't hear anywhere else on the dial, but coverage of the burgeoning protests against imperialistic wars and for racial equality, women's rights and other social justice movements of the time.

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