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Old Mole Variety Hour for December 22, 2008

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Sun, 12/21/2008

Hosted by the intrepid Laurie Mercier, braving the biggest snow fall in 40 years to reach the KBOO studio, this  program features Laurie's discussion with attorney Mike Snedeker of developments in the law this past year.  We also hear how  vampires are becoming more romantic and less dangerous than in years past as Frann Michel looks into the meaning of Twilight, the series of novels and the movie.  Finally, Bill Resnick talks with Sarah Anderson about what the Obama administration may, and may not, bring in how the US acts around the world.  Hear the whole show by clicking on the arrow above, or individual pieces by following the links below.

1.  2008 in the law.

51:49 minutes (29.65 MB)

Vampires Going Mainstream?

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Sun, 12/21/2008

Are vampires going mainstream?  Frann Michel assesses the signicance of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series of young adult novels and the movie now playing.

You can read  her remarks and find lots of interesting links here

8:37 minutes (4.93 MB)

Vampires Going Mainstream?

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program date: 
Sun, 12/21/2008

Are vampires going mainstream?  Frann Michel assesses the signicance of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series of young adult novels and the movie now playing.

You can read  her remarks and find lots of interesting links here

8:37 minutes (4.93 MB)

Sudden Radio Project - Best of 2008

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Sun, 12/21/2008

A selection of chewy morsels from our seventh year of vittles.  A holiday treat for you!

58:18 minutes (33.36 MB)

eWaste and "Green" Energy

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The Digital Divide
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Wed, 12/17/2008

This month, the Digital Divide looks at the environment and what technology is doing to help or harm it. 

We speak with a pioneering nonprofit that is battling the growing amount of eWaste and talk to a justice organization on just how green many of the next generation energy technologies really are.

55:04 minutes (18.91 MB)

Remembering Terry Toedtemeier

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Art Focus
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Wed, 12/17/2008

Eva Lake hosts a tribute to Portland photographer and curator Terry Toedtemeier, who died last week.  Guests include his widow, Prudence Roberts, gallery owner Jane Beebe, and John Laursen, co-author of the book, Wild Beauty, with Toedtemeier. 

Terry Toedtemeier was the Portland Art  Museum’s first curator of photography. He also was co-founder of the Blue Sky Gallery in 1975 and served as its co-director. In 1980 he became Professor of Art and History at the Pacific Northwest College of Art, teaching photography and studio classes.

30:10 minutes (12.09 MB)

Civil Liberties Watch: From Cheney to Omar Khadr: A Round-up of Civil Liberty Issues

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Evening News
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Wed, 12/17/2008

This past week has seen developments in several Civil Liberty issues, including the on-air admission of Vice President Cheney to the authorization of torture in an interview with the ABC news. His admission has led to even mainstream media asking if Cheney is a War Criminial. An ACLU press release repudiated Cheney and the Bush administration's torture policy and encourages individuals to sign a petition to close Guantanamo.

In other torture news the US Supreme Court issued a rulingmoving forward an important case charging Donald Rumsfeld and Generals in the chain of command with responisbility for their detention and torture in US custody at Guantanamo. In a pre-trial hearing the case of Omar Khadr took a step forward as attorneys for Khadr revealed their intention to put on the witness stand a soldier whose testimony casts further doubt on the governments case.   

4:52 minutes (4.45 MB)

Civil Liberties Watch: From Cheney to Omar Khadr: A Round-up of Civil Liberty Issues

program: 
Evening News
program date: 
Wed, 12/17/2008

This past week has seen developments in several Civil Liberty issues, including the on-air admission of Vice President Cheney to the authorization of torture in an interview with the ABC news. His admission has led to even mainstream media asking if Cheney is a War Criminial. An ACLU press release repudiated Cheney and the Bush administration's torture policy and encourages individuals to sign a petition to close Guantanamo.

In other torture news the US Supreme Court issued a rulingmoving forward an important case charging Donald Rumsfeld and Generals in the chain of command with responisbility for their detention and torture in US custody at Guantanamo. In a pre-trial hearing the case of Omar Khadr took a step forward as attorneys for Khadr revealed their intention to put on the witness stand a soldier whose testimony casts further doubt on the governments case.   

4:52 minutes (4.45 MB)

 

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