Tonight on Circle A Radio, we’ll be talking to Bhavia Wagner, Executive Director of Friends of Cambodia, Activist Lawyer and Asian Reporter Columnist Polo, and we’ll also hear audio from the documentary Cambodian Culture: Death Of A Sideshow: Reclaiming The Shattered Past - produced by Barbara Bernstein in 1987.
April 17th, 1975 the Khmer Rouge marched into Phenom Phen and turned the clock back to year zero.
New to Portland, singer/songwriter JONI LAURENCE (www.jonilaurence.com/)live in studio! Joni mixes eclectic styles of blues, country, folk and jazz. Laurence considers herself a "singer/songwriter of the modern folk kind" telling stories of of real people and life experiences. Her latest cd WITH NO APOLOGY presents a collection of songs from the rockier side of folk, so listen up!.............Jade Hosts
Hear how artistic expression has helped people to deal with and overcome challenges such as homelessness, incarceration and physical disabilities. Funding for this episode was provided by a project grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council. More photos and links at http://destinationdiy.org
Thanks to Brian Kramer for engineering and production assistance, to Dmae Roberts for editorial assistance, to Nick Jaina and Jason Leonard for original music. Thank YOU for listening!
Hosted by Abe Proctor and Joe Uris. Today their guest is Metro Councilor Rex Burkholder. (www.metro-region.org) He'll talk about his support for a new multi-billion dollar interstate bridge with light rail, extending the MAX Yellow Line from the Expo Center to an area about 40 blocks north of the Columbia River.
A round-table discussion with Jan Haaken, Denise Morris and Bill Resnick in which they analyze and debate the hysterical media treatment of the Spitzer sex scandal and others like it. Why this "perpetual surprise," these recurring "outbreaks of political virginity"?
Denise Morris digs out a 1960 documentary film about the Wisconsin primary between Hubert Humphrey and John F. Kennedy and discusses how it changed the way we think of political campaigning. It's called Primary, and you can find it at the Multnomah County Library.
The economy seems to be melting down--but it has nothing to do with the production of goods and services, only with high finance. This crisis is brought to you by business men who refuse to trust other busness men--because the all know they're all lying. This from Bill Black, formerly a Federal bank examiner and now a writer on business and finance. He talks with Bill Resnick in this illuminating interview. Black is the author of The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One.