Culture/Arts

Part THREE: Joe Carducci hosts a memorial to David Lightbourne

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Fri, 08/06/2010

Here is the last part of the David Lightbourne tribute hosted by Joe Carducci. This includes the live performance by many people who played with David over the years.

27:22 minutes (62.65 MB)

Stage and Studio on 08/10/10

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 08/10/2010 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Sitka Center for Art and Ecology celebrates its 40th anniversary

Dmae Roberts presents a special Oregon Treasures edition of Stage and Studio.  Sitka Center for Art and Ecology celebrates its 40th anniversary on August 28th. The picturesque center nestled in beautiful old growth forest of  Sitka Spruce has nourished the talents of writers, visual artists and scientists for four decades. Through workshops and residencies, the Sitka Center remains a cherished place of learning for people throughout the Northwest and Northern California.   

Good summer reads

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Black Book Talk
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Thu, 08/05/2010

In the July Black Book Talk,  Emma Jackson Ford, O B Hill and Patricia Welch host a discussion for summer reading, and readers call in with their favorites.  Books include Yellow Moon, a novel

26:05 minutes (11.95 MB)

PDX author Ann Littlewood on her 2nd 'zoo-dunnit:' "Did Not Survive"

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Between the Covers
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Thu, 08/05/2010

Host Ed Goldberg speaks with Portland author Ann Littlewood about her second "zoo-dunnit", "Did Not Survive," published by Poisoned Pen Press. The mystery continues where "Night Kill" left off. Now-pregnant zoo keeper Iris Oakley finds her boss gravely injured in an elephant stall. She suspects something more sinister than a rogue elephant. Animal rights activists are picketing the zoo, animals are disappearing, and staff are acting strangely. Then it gets worse.
The passionate issues around captive elephant management are woven throughout this traditional mystery set in fictional Finley Memorial Zoo in Vancouver, Washington. 

Ann Littlewood readings:

28:13 minutes (12.92 MB)

Community Grooves on 08/06/10

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Fri, 08/06/2010 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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Festa Italiana and the Beloved Arts and Music Festival

On the August "Community Grooves" program, Host Natalie Butto is joined live in studio by organizers of the Festa Italiana and the Beloved (Sacred Art and Music) Festival. They will preview these upcoming events, and share insights about the related community.

Special Programming: Music on 08/06/10

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Fri, 08/06/2010 - 1:30pm - 3:00pm
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Joe Carducci presents a memorial to David Lightbourne

Joe Carducci guest hosts a tribute to David Lightbourne.

David Lightbourne, 1942-2010, was an American folk musician and sometime-writer who, together with other counterculture mystagogues, was part of a scene coalescing in Portland in the 1970s. Using elements of their country's traditional music, they concocted their own strange breakthrough brew. David died on April 29th.

David was also a KBOO DJ, and got Joe on the air in the late 70's. The tribute will include live performances.

For more information on the life of David Lightbourne:

http://newvulgate.blogspot.com/2010/07/issue-56-july-28-2010.html

It Takes A Village on 08/06/10

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It Takes A Village
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Fri, 08/06/2010 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Imam Mamadou Toure on Islams and Ramadan

Host Shaheed Haamid interviews Imam Mamadou Toure of the Bilal Mosque association in Beaverton, He's also President of the Institute for Islamic and Interfaith Studies, based here in Poartland and he's a frequent Host of  "Al-Islam In Focus,," shown weekly on community access television. Imam Toure will focus on the upcoming month of Ramadhan, the 9th month of the Muslim calendar and the designated month of fasting for over 1.5 billion Muslims around the world.

Marilyn Buck RIP... and the state of Political Prisoners in the US

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Wed, 08/04/2010

On July 15, 2010, Marilyn Buck was released from the federal prison medical center in Carswell, Texas.
Tonight on Circle A Radio, we planned to celebrate the release of Marilyn Buck with many voices of her supporters. While working on the show, another political prisoner Carlos Alberto Torres was also released. So then , we planned on celebrating the freedom of both the amazing individuals. We were also planning on mourning the loss of Lolita Lebrón, a leader in the struggle for Puerto Rican nationalism, who died this week at  89. Then , August Third Marilyn buck died, from the uterine cancer she developed in prison.

59:15 minutes (54.24 MB)

Between the Covers on 08/05/10

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Between the Covers
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Thu, 08/05/2010 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Portland mystery writer Ann Littlewood

Host Ed Goldberg speaks with Portland author Ann Littlewood about her second "zoo-dunnit", "Did Not Survive," published by Poisoned Pen Press. The mystery continues where "Night Kill" left off. Now-pregnant zoo keeper Iris Oakley finds her boss gravely injured in an elephant stall. She suspects something more sinister than a rogue elephant. Animal rights activists are picketing the zoo, animals are disappearing, and staff are acting strangely. Then it gets worse.

The passionate issues around captive elephant management are woven throughout this traditional mystery set in fictional Finley Memorial Zoo in Vancouver, Washington.
 

Ann Littlewood readings:

Book Mole: "Love and Summer"

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Mon, 08/02/2010
5:27 minutes (3.12 MB)
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