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KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR TUESDAY April 13th 2010

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Tue, 04/13/2010

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR TUESDAY April 13th 2010

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Tonight at 7 pm, join Leyendas de Mexico/Legends of Mexico 2:22 minutes (2.17 MB)

April 12 Old Mole Variety Hour

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Mon, 04/12/2010

Three crises of capitalism:

  • energy and climate change,
  • economic inequality and our tax system,
  • the ten-million job deficit for our work force. 

and a review of a novel about a spirited frontier woman, a breaker of horses.

Clayton Morgareidge hosts this show.  

 

51:42 minutes (29.59 MB)

Book Mole: "Half-Broke Horses"

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Mon, 04/12/2010

 Jeanette Walls' novel Half-Broke Horses is the story of a frontier woman, “a spirited heroine, fiercely outspoken against hypocrisy and prejudice, a rodeo rider and fearless breaker of horses, and a ruthless poker player.”  Larry Bowlden reviews this "true-life novel".  You can read more of Larry's reviews  here.  

7:15 minutes (4.15 MB)

Art Focus on 04/13/10

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Art Focus
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Tue, 04/13/2010 - 11:30am - 12:00pm
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Richard Speer, art writer

Guest-host Tom Cramer speaks with Richard Speer, art writer at the Willamette Week.

Richard Speer is the author of the biography Matt Lamb:  The Art of Success (John Wiley & Sons), short fiction, and a forthcoming novel.

Lisa See and Shanghai Girls

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Radiozine
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Mon, 04/12/2010

 Ed Goldberg interviews author Lisa See about her latest book, Shanghai Girls.

26:42 minutes (24.45 MB)

Stage and Studio on 04/13/10

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 04/13/2010 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Imago Theatre's "Frogz" & Oregon Children's Theatre's "Small Steps"-

Host Dmae Roberts features Imago Theatre's "Frogz" which is making its return to Portland stages. Two performers will talk about what it's like to play strange and wild creatures. And in the second half of the show, we'll talk to Stan Foote of the Oregon Children's Theater about their new show "Small Steps"--a sequel to the hit book by are Louis Sachar and movie "Holes." Plus some ticket giveaways!

Mystical Music of the Middle East – Concert for Unity with The Yuval Ron Ensemble

The Yuval Ron Ensemble performing

Mystical Music of the Middle East – Concert for Unity

I’m thrilled to help bring the Yuval Ron Ensemble back to Portland next week. The Yuval Ron Ensemble uses sacred music from the three Abrahamic faiths to make musical bridges between people of different cultures, to help prepare hearts to hear a message of tolerance and peace. The music is electrifying, and the multi-ethnic and multi-religious ensemble makes an artistic statement for Peace and Unity.

An interview of Yuval from last spring is on the KBOO website at www.kboo.fm/portlandyiddishhour  ...

Novelist Susan Stoner discusses her PDX historical mystery: "Timber Beasts"

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Between the Covers
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Fri, 04/09/2010
Host Marianne Barisonek interviews Susan Stoner, author of Timber BeastsStoner , general counsel at Portland-headquartered Amalgamated Transit Union Local 757 — worked in her free time to develop a series of historical mysteries set in the Portland of 1902.
29:29 minutes (13.49 MB)

Rick Scott: hand-crafted signs and logos

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Art Focus
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Fri, 04/09/2010

Guest host Tom Cramer interviews Rick Scott, who specializes in hand-crafting signs and logos for the Portland Oregon area. He is knowledgable about mural and car painting techniques and is an expert handmade sign painter. Signs are one of our most ubiquitous art forms.

29:02 minutes (13.29 MB)

Two half-baked movies hit the screens

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The Runaways
Director: Floria Sigismondi
With: Dakota Fanning, Kristen Stewart, Michael Shannon

I have been a Joan Jett/Runaways fan for more than 30 years, so I looked forward to this movie with some trepidation.  Would it be a kick-ass rock & roll movie, or would it be a predictable rock morality play with young people corrupted by the life?
The answer, alas, is more of the latter and less of the former.  Part of the problem is the director, who directs music videos, not a genre known for character and plot development.  The story is mostly taken from a memoir by Cherie Currie (Fanning) and is told from her point of view.

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