Movie Moles Frann Michel and Jan Haaken give you the real and radical viewing of Toy Story 3: it's about the great recession, the fear of unemployment, and the fear of being tossed in the dump when you're no longer new. It even shows the way forward towards a world of cooperation and solidarity.
He’s got a website. He’s got a blog. He’s got another website. He’s a curator. He’s an artist and he’s got a show called Purple Mountain Majesty right now at Half Dozen. His name is Calvin Ross Carl and he's our guest today!
Dmae Roberts presents the graduation showcase of the Actors Conservatory Theatre July 14-17. Two students perform their monologues live in the studio and Artistic Director Beth Harper tells us about the school and the program. We also hear from Galen Huckins of Filmusik a group that performs original soundtracks live for classic films. Their next production is "Gulliver's Travels" July 16-23 at the Hollywood Theatre in Portland.
Hosts Patricia Welch, and Emma Jackson Ford speak with children's author Renee Watson, who discusses her two newly-released books: "What Mama Taught Me" and "A Place Where Hurricanes Happen," a tale of Katrina as children saw it. Renee Watson was born in New Jersey but grew up in Portland and attended Jefferson High School. She studied creative writing at The New School in Manhattan and graduated with a certificate in drama therapy.
Theresa Mitchell with the news "you're not supposed to know" interviews poet Walt Curtis about Portland's declaration of Walt Curtis Week and events to support the poet. Theresa also takes a look at npr portrayals the Afghanistan invasion, and the possibility and consequences of an Israeli attack on Iran. See more at Theresa's blog: http://kboo.fm/node/22376