Arts and Culture

Author Dale E. Basye of the "Heck" books

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Stage and Studio
program date: 
Tue, 06/14/2011

 Dmae Roberts talks with author Dale E. Basye about his book series for young readers, Heck.The fourth book in the series, Fibble, was released last month. Basye also sings songs that he wrote for the series and read passages from the books.

28:34 minutes (32.71 MB)

Oregon History Comics

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Words and Pictures
program date: 
Thu, 06/09/2011

Marc Moscato and Sarah Mirk of Portland's Dill Pickle Club introduce a series of comics highlighting unsung moments in Oregon history, and discuss their collaborations with local photographers, architects, tour guides, and middle-school students.

27:11 minutes (10.89 MB)

Filmmaker Lawrence Johnson and Poet Leanne Grabel

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Stage and Studio
program date: 
Tue, 06/07/2011

 Host/Producer Dmae Roberts talks with Portland filmmaker Lawrence Johnson about his new film Stuff. Johnson tells about Stuff and his experiences covering Native American and Oregon history projects through the years. He shares some clips as well. Later in the show, Poet, author and musician Leanne Grabel in Portland is featured in the eighth segment of the Writers Read series.

30:00 minutes (34.35 MB)

Stage and Studio on 06/07/11

Program: 
Stage and Studio
Air date: 
Tue, 06/07/2011 - 11:00am - 11:30am
Short Description: 
Filmmaker Lawrence Johnson and Writers Read 8

Listen to Stage & Studio Tuesday, June 7th at 11 am on KBOO 90.7 FM. Host/Producer Dmae Roberts talks with Portland filmmaker Lawrence Johnson about his new film Stuff. Johnson will tell us about Stuff and his experiences covering Native American and Oregon history projects through the years. He'll share some clips as well. Later in the show, Poet, author and musician Leanne Grabel in Portland will be featured in the eighth segment of the Writers Read series.

An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 06/04/2011

Program name: 
An Evening of Afrotainment
Air date: 
06/04/2011

Louder Than A Bomb! www.louderthanabombfilm.com/index.php

Nate Marshall will make you see in "Look"  www.youtube.com/watch

Jon Siskel (nephew of Gene Siskel) co-directed and co-produced, with Greg Jacobs "Louder Than A Bomb!". Jon and I discussed the amazing high school students who participated in the Chicago metro-area wide poetry slam, highlighting their evocative energies enlightening synergies word imagery winding us up for escape velocity til consiousness expands expounds and goes BOOM. Yeah...louder than a bomb.  Celeste

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Refugee Dreams Revisited

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Stage and Studio
program date: 
Tue, 05/31/2011

 Dmae Roberts and MediaRites present Refugee Dreams Revisted as part of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. This special is hosted by Margaret Cho and focuses on the experiences of Southeast Asian refugees in Portland, and features Cambodian musician Daran Kravanh.

30:00 minutes (34.35 MB)

Stage and Studio on 05/31/11

Program: 
Stage and Studio
Air date: 
Tue, 05/31/2011 - 11:00am - 11:30am
Short Description: 
Crossing East: Refugee Dreams Revisited

Listen to Stage & Studio May 31st at 11 am on KBOO 90.7 FM. Dmae Roberts and MediaRites present Refugee Dreams Revisted as part of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. This special hosted by Margaret Cho focuses on the experiences of Southeast Asian refugees in Portland, and features Cambodian musician Daran Kravanh.

The refugees who came to America were Vietnamese, Cambodian, Laotian and the ethnic minorities from Laos—the Mien and Hmong. Most had fought on the same side and helped the US military in the war in Vietnam. The Mien and Hmong — the rural people in Laos — were particularly vulnerable for helping the CIA with covert operations. Staying in Laos was not an option.

Documentarian Peter Richardson, Mel Blanc Centennial, and Summer Film Camps

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Thu, 05/26/2011

On this month's edition of Behind the Screen, Jenn Chavez talks with Oregon documentarian Peter Richardson about his new feature How To Die in Oregon, which premieres tonight on HBO after winning the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.  Meanwhile, S.W. Conser asks Malory Graham about the controversy between Seattle's Reel Grrls foundation and Comcast; Bev Standish previews this summer's Cinema Arts Camp in Portland; and Dennis Nyback and Craig Adams celebrate the centennial of voice artist Mel Blanc with a series of screenings and presentations throughout May and June.

40:23 minutes (16.17 MB)
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