Arts and Culture

Rise when the Rooster Crows on 03/08/12

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Thu, 03/08/2012 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Women rock your soul this International Women's Day, representing indigenous & traditional musics

We'll be getting up even before the hens start a layin' to bring you an especially crunchy Rise when the Rooster Crows. I've been delving into aboriginal, indigenous, and traditional catalogs looking for the right blend to rev up your morning.

Don't be afeared -- we'll still have that traditional music you have come to expect between 5:30 and 7 am -- but maybe we can do a bit of offroading in honor of International Women's Day.

Portland Yiddish Hour playlist for 02/26/2012

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Portland Jewish Hour
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02/26/2012

 hosted by Jacob Rosenblum.

Thanks to Jenny for her support.

Thanks to Liz and Judy for calling in.

At the end of the show, I read a short story by I. L. Peretz called "If Not Higher." I read it from a compilation of Jewish short stories called The Oxford Book of Jewish Stories (edited by Ilan Stavans).

Guess Who's Coming to Radio??!! playlist for 02/23/2012

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02/23/2012

honoring don cornelius...

Two Documentaries on Teen Girls in Transition

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The Film Show
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Thu, 02/23/2012

Director Janet McIntyre and Executive Producer Kelley Baker discuss the new documentary Faded: Girls and Binge Drinking, which follows the lives of four Portland teens from diverse backgrounds but facing similar struggles.  Jenn Chavez talks with Janet about the March premiere of Faded at the Northwest Film Center, and S.W. Conser asks Kelley about his new book Sound Conversations with (un)Sound People and about making independent films on a shoestring budget.  Meanwhile, visiting filmmaker Linda Knowlton brings her documentary about girls adopted from China to the Portland International Film Festival.  Somewhere Between is screening as part of PIFF's Global Classroom film program for high schoolers and teachers.

29:58 minutes (12 MB)

The Monday Sampler on 02/20/12

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The Monday Sampler
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Mon, 02/20/2012 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
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Wavesauce and The Ukeladies perform live in the studio

A big President's Day show, today! Fortunato welcomes back Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett, for more about their new book Frank Reade: Adventures in the Age of Invention. www.FrankReade.com. Also, the rockin' space age sounds of Wavesauce, will perform in our first hour. Followed by The Ukeladies! No school today! So, just sit back and let us do all the driving.

A Different Nature on 02/20/12

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A Different Nature
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Mon, 02/20/2012 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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Oramics

Tonight we explore the music of one of the unsung heros of electronic music, British composer Daphne Oram. She worked at the BBC in the late 1950s where she co-founded the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and became its first Studio Manager. A year later she resigned from the workshop, being unhappy with BBC's music department's lack of interest in the more experimental music that was beginning to be created in Europe and abroad. Instead she designed her own  Oramics Studios for Electronic Composition, and produced a far wider range of music than the Radiophonic Workshop.

Paula's Picks on 02/16/12

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Thu, 02/16/2012 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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Poetry across Borders! Tonight on Paula's Picks!

POETRY. The word causes some to run and hide, while fewer and fewer seem to connect with its meaning.

Portland, Oregon. Poets William Stafford, Lawson Inada & Paulann Petersen proved that words lived and flowed, as natural and native as rivers and forests.

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