City Of Women: Witch House

Tonight (Friday Morning) City of Women will feature Witchhouse and Goth with a set from Alice Automated to ring in the Samhain/Season of the Dead/Halloween times and stuff that reminds us of Nightmares.
Also, you will be hearing some L7 since they are coming to town on Monday. 

NEW in KBOO music library October 26, 2015

All Them Witches Dying Surfer Meets His Maker New West Alt Rock
Carnival Youth No Clouds Allowed Popup Alt Rock
Claptone Charmer Different Alt Rock

Campus Equity Week


Campus Equity Week is dedicated to addressing one particular inequity among the many inequities of life in the neoliberal age, and on the neoliberal campus: the increasing turn toward part-time and temporary positions among university teaching faculty.

Filipino American History Month on KBOO


Kayumanggi* Is The Color of My History:

Filipino American History Month Takeover

Tune in from 6 p.m. to midnight for the Filipino American History Month Takeover with KBOO's Pamela Santos (Bread and Roses) and DJ Grimrock (One Two, One Two ZULUUUUU!!!). KBOO will air music, interviews and live programming that give voice to largely untold stories of Filipino Americans who have shaped American culture and the course of history. 

Part 1 (6-8pm):

NEW in KBOO music library October 19, 2015

Blaschke, Amy Opaline Bird On A Lyre Alt Rock
Chic Gamine Light A Match Self Released Alt Rock
Childbirth Women's Rights Suicide Squeeze Alt Rock
Alex G (Giannascoli) Beach Music Domino Alt Rock
Apa Kabar We Are Apa Kabar Self Released Alt Rock
Bezunartea, Amy New Villain Kiam Alt Rock

Candida Royalle, feminist pornographer

[photo by Arthur Cohen]
for the Old Mole Variety Hour October 5, 2015

When I was a child, the women's liberation movement was a vibrant and visible force, but by the late 1970s and early 1980s, the women's movement was fracturing and faltering.  Just as I was starting to navigate for myself some of the currents of adult sexuality, some of the most prominent feminist activists were focused on the dangers of pornography.  Not the church, not the state, not capitalism, but images of naked people having sex were somehow to blame for much of women's oppression. 

KBOO will Live-Stream the Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP) 10-year Anniversary Concert!

WRAP 10-year Anniversary Concert, featuring Mic Crenshaw

Tune in to KBOO.FM from 6:00-9:00pm Saturday, October 17th for a live, on-line stream.

KBOO Mission, Vision and Charter in English and Spanish!

We're thrilled to present our new mission and vision statements, and our guiding North Star Charter statement, in Spanish and English.

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