Joining her in the studio are three organizers for the VBC 9, which begins its 10 day celebration including hands-on site building, workshops, talks, music, food and more. Frances Michaels works with fundraising and artistic projects; Matt Phillips works with Placemaking and Logistics; and Anna Gordon, is the Project Community Coordinator with Madison High School, they will talk about their experience of gathering community visions and facilitating them through to fruition.
Let's talk about creating what we want in our communities and our lives in the here and now--- how do we make it happen? The VBC is one example, what are other ideas or projects to create the world anew? Please leave your thoughts or ideas on the comments section at kboo.fm/positivelyrevolting, and keep this conversation going.
Grouch and Eligh of Living Legends Interview along with the 1st playing of Sapient of SandPeoples new album "Make More". He'll be in the studio as i ask him delightful questions about his new Solo Album. Also this evening their will be a new track fom Davis Cleveland and Cheetah Finess. Hope you listen.
The guest is philosopher and mechanic Matthew B. Crawford. He is currently a fellow at the University of Virginia's Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. He owns and operates Shockoe Moto, an independent motorcycle repair shop in Richmond, Virginia.
On KBOO's 6/4/09 Presswatch, host Theresa Mitchell with the "news you're not supposed to know, converses with Andre Codrescu, surrealist poet and NPR commentator, and author of Posthuman Dada Guide, a book on the opposing ideologies of art and communism.
Host Jay Thiemeyer speaks with Kevin Sampsell, editor of Portland Noir, a literary anthology featuring stories set in such noirish locations as the Shanghai Tunnels, dog parks, dive bars, sex shops, Powell's Books, Voodoo Doughnuts and many others. Also on hand are three authors with stories in Portland Noir; Monica Drake, Kimberly Warner-Cohen and Bill Cameron.
From the stories of David Fuks, This Will Never Work Out
David Fuks shares with us a hilarious short story of young love in Detroit, Michigan. The story was recorded and mixed for radio by Yiddish Hour host Ed Kraus. This story first aired on May 24th, 2009.