We started out this new year hoping it would offer some respite after the
ravages of 2020. Instead we witnessed a terrorist attack at the Capitol and
a second impeachment of Donald Trump. But the day before Trump slunk away to
Florida and Joe Biden became the 46th presiden...
The Sampler returns to start a whole new week. Fortunato has lined up a lot
of familiar pop artists, many in live performances of their hits. Sade,
Simply Red, The Bee Gees, Chris Issak, Santana and many others. Also, cover
vesions by Pomlamoose, Sarah Nemitz, and the Surfr...
Jobs with Justice hosted a panel on "Should Police Unions Exist?" last June,
including Justin Norton-Kertson of Portland Jobs with Justice, Deborah Hall
of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Candy Luisa Hererra of the
Washington Education Association, and Hyung Nam of ...
Please join us as we talk with Ethan Stout on Supporting Youth of
Incarcerated Native Families. Stout is the website manager and project
coordinator for MyRedRoad.Com supporting youth of incarcerated Native
families. My Red Road is a collaboration between Stout and Bobby ...
Dmae welcomes longtime friend and theatre collaborator Samson Syharath,
Laotian-American theatre artist, for her final new show on KBOO radio. They
met when Samson came on the show as a guest for Shaking The Tree Theatre in
Since then they started working on Thea...
For the final week of celebrations of the 15-year anniversary of Kabhi Khushi
Kabhie Kush on KBOO we got DJ Anjali back into the studio for a nearly
hour-long mix on the show she co-founded and hosted for twelve years. Thanks
for 15 years of support, Portland community and ...
We have a lot of winter ahead of us, but the days are getting longer, and the
first blooms of the new year have started to open. This is a season of hope
as we emerge from the darkness. Rise when the Rooster Crows features
traditional North American folk music, with its ro...
Animator Nina Paley is one of the most independent of filmmakers. Her two
feature films, Sita Sings the Blues and Seder Masochism, tackle patriarchal
themes in religious narratives, and reimagine them from a feminist point of
In this week's survey of screen offerings from four different decades, we
include Britta Gordon on Steve McQueen's Small Axe Episode three, Red, White
and Blue, Jeff Godsil on Billy Wilder's The Apartment, from 1960, KBOO's
Matthew on Richard Lester's Juggernaut from 1974, ...
Interested in becoming a KBOO volunteer? The first step is to attend one of
our virtual volunteer orientations. To attend, register online using the
links below. Here's the schedule for this Spring:
Spring 2021 Volunteer Orientation schedule:
Tues, Feb 2 @ 6pm-7:30pm...
Yesterday was the last day of our end of year fundraising and it was a
rousing success thanks to all of our supporters! We raised over $58,000
through our Give Guide fundraiser, surpassing our initial and stretch goal.
With times the way they are, we are humbled and gratefu...