Anna Tivel Live on KBOO

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The Monday Sampler
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Mon, 11/03/2014

Raised among the ferns and the farmland of Northern Washington, lyric-driven songwriter Anna Tivel loved words long before they became the backbone of her music. “My sister, my mom and I would go to our little town library with a rolling suitcase and fill it to bursting,” she remembers, “we read in the car, in the bath, under the covers late at night, always piles of books, always music playing, from Paul Simon to Dylan, from The Kingston Trio to Itzaak Perlman.”

23:32 minutes (16.16 MB)

Jane Siberry Live on KBOO

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The Songcircle
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Fri, 12/05/2014
19:49 minutes (18.14 MB)

99rise takes Scotus by storm, Jeffrey Sterling Wins by Losing out to Justice Corrupted

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Air Cascadia
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Tue, 01/27/2015
Yesterday afternoon CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling was convicted of all nine of the remaining counts he was facing.
 
ExposeFacts has stayed on this trial of the century - any century, really - right from the get-go up until the bitter end.  and it was bitter indeed.  But this is merely the theater that sets the stage for Republican's romp through the fields of freedom.  It is going to get unbelievably worse.   

13:49 minutes (9.49 MB)

sounds Unsound Jan 25 2015

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Sounds Unsound
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Sun, 01/25/2015
includes the State of the Union and Rebuttal mash-up 190:13 minutes (130.61 MB)

sounds Unsound Jan 25 2015

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Sun, 01/25/2015
190:13 minutes (130.61 MB)

Amy Pearl Interview

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Between Us
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Fri, 01/23/2015
Amy Pearl is the Executive Director of Springboard Innovation, rebranded as Hatch Innovation, a 10-year old non profit that is essentially in the business of building businesses. She was the driving force behind the Community Public Offering, an idea whose implementation by the Oregon Division of Finance and Corporate Securities leap-frogged over statute to become administrative law. As a surprise to everyone, this shortened its implementation from 18 months to three.  Its purpose is to let Oregonians invest real money in real businesses. It's not crowdfunding. And although it is conceptually simple, the devil is in the details. Don Merrill talked with Ms. 28:05 minutes (25.71 MB)

JoAnn Hardesty Interview

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Between Us
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Fri, 01/23/2015
Depending on who you talk to, longtime Portland activist JoAnn Hardesty's installation as president of the Portland NAACP is either a blessing or a nightmare.  This local civil rights icon's assumption to the office was compared by one post to the impact of an incoming artillery shell.  Don Merrill talks with Ms. Hardesty about how she's focused on helping the organization renew its tarnished image by cleaning house, setting new standards and following the first rule of getting yourself out of a hole; stop digging.    
29:59 minutes (27.46 MB)

Kim Howe from Dooda Fracking on Human Beings with 5 Fingers

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Fri, 01/23/2015
We interviewed Kim Howe from Dooda Fracking, an organization raising awareness about fracking on the Dine' (Navajo) reservation. She joined with the Journey for Existence walk around Dine'tah (People's land). They are now on the eastern side where most of the fracking is happening on the reservation. She'll share her experience with us on this show. 42:55 minutes (39.3 MB)

Stories of Struggle and Uprising - Expanded Audio

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The Film Show
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Thu, 01/22/2015

In this special expanded edition of The Film Show, we hear more from two filmmakers who are releasing documentaries about our prison system and its effects on society.
47:14 minutes (18.92 MB)

Stories of Struggle and Uprising

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The Film Show
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Thu, 01/22/2015

Two new documentaries about our prison system and its effects on society are opening in Portland.  Alien Boy director Brian Lindstrom is rolling out his new film Mothering Inside, a documentanry about the Family Preservation Project at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, Oregon’s only women’s prison. 31:28 minutes (12.6 MB)

Caroline Miller Interview

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Between Us
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Thu, 01/22/2015
Author Caroline Miller has been known to the Portland writing community for many years.  But her latest endeavor is a play, and her new play is called "Woman on the Scarlet Beast".  She talks with Don Merrill about the joys and pains of being a playwright and how the Book of Revelations relates to and inspired her story of three Catholic women dealing with issues of feminism and dogma across the hall from her in the 60s'. 

"Woman on the Scarlet Beast" 7p.m. most Thursdays-Fridays and 5 p.m. most Saturdays-Sundays through February 8.
For additional showtimes, see post5theater.org.  1666 SE Lambert St./971-258-8584/fertilegroundpdx.org
14:31 minutes (13.3 MB)

Patchy Sanders LIVE on KBOO

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Movin' On
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Fri, 12/05/2014
21:35 minutes (19.77 MB)

Garcia Birthday Band LIVE on KBOO

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Sat, 12/06/2014
60:02 minutes (54.97 MB)

It's much later than we think: the methane time-bomb is ticking

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Tue, 01/20/2015
Host Paul Roland talks with environmental journalist Robert Hunziker about the "dreaded methane veil" arising from melting Arctic sea ice. He has recently written about the "Global Warming Bubble" that, when it bursts, will shatter our remaining illusions about how real and how urgent it is. 57:05 minutes (78.38 MB)

 

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