Joe Clement speaks with two communist organizers, Stephanie Martin and Daniel Frontino Elash, about their plans to hold a meeting at Central Library 801 SW 10th (and Yamhill) on Monday June 23rd from 6-7pm in the US Bank Room. They are calling for local independent communists and fellow travellers to attend and confer about forming a Communist Party of Cascadia (Facebook Page). In this short interview, they discuss why they both consider themselves communists, why they are appealing to "organically class conscious" members of the working-class, and their one "litmus test': do you think the bankers should be put in jail for their crimes against the people. 4:46 minutes (4.37 MB)
Noah sits down with Mr. Rolf of The Ubu Hour. In the second part of this interview, they discuss his programs Sounds Unsound and The Ubu Hour, and what makes for good radio theater. Erin Yanke interupts to give Noah one last warning.
Scott Fivelson's Dial L for Latch-Key, performed by the By the Time I Get to Tucson Players
She tried to dial M for murder, but instead she accidentally dialed L for latch-key...
A plotting husband who strongly resembles Ray Milland... A framed
wife as elegant as Grace Kelly... An Inspector straight out of Monty
Python... Hitchcock would be spinning in his grave if he weren't suiting up for his cameo.
Gather round and enjoy this excerpt from Dial L for Latch-Key: The Radio Play, a witty satire of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
Dial L for Latch-Key: The Radio Play has been selected as the opening 3:25 minutes (7.81 MB)
They discuss the value of arts education in schools, the importance of physical movement to learning, the connections between embodied movement and history, and the possibilities for fostering better communication and connections between African-American youth and immigrant African communities.
7:31 minutes (3.44 MB)