Tom Becker hosts today's show which looks at legal complicity in the drug-war, de-centralized energy production, why the rich are faring so well during the crisis, and the new Michael Cera film, "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World." Below are links to individual segments (forthcoming):
Dave and Jo Ann look at the flap over the City of Beaverton supporting a Mexican independence celebration and other current local events.
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Will Portland's new police chief fire the officer responsible for fatally shooting Aaron Campbell? The city's independent review board recommended that action, but will Chief Reese - as well as his boss, Mayor Sam Adams - oppose the Portland Police Association?
Javier Nero was a guest on the August Edition of Youth Randomonium. He was interviewed by Estelle, and also performed live.
Javier Nero, 20, is an accomplished trombonist, composer and arranger emerging from the Pacific Northwest. While in high school Javier seized the competition on a national level being awarded: Soloist awards at the Mt Hood, Clark, Monterey, North Texas, Clackamas, and Willamette High School Jazz Festivals. Javier was selected as lead trombonist in both All-State and All-Northwest Jazz Ensembles.