We Can't help It- We're Still Having A Michael Tribute!

Air date: 
Thu, 08/27/2015 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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Part 2 of 2...
As we continue our month-long radio tribute to teacher Michael (Jackson), This week we are taking a look at how others pay tribute to him as well; by way of covers, original musical tributes, spoken word and comments.  He continues to inspire people around the world, years after his transition to the ancestors. 

And of course, we will return to the source, playing some of our favourite music and moments from the man himself...  shamon!

Whose forest? Our forest!

Air date: 
Fri, 08/28/2015 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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We speak with Amy Harwood Executive director and Coutney Rae community organizer for Bark
Our beautiful and threatened forrests have certainly been up front in the news these last few weeks. We at Pos/Rev thought we'd invite some folks from Bark, the local nonprofit whose staff and voluteers work to transform Mt Hood National Forrest into a place where natural processes prevail, wildlife thrives and local communties have a social, cultural and economic stake in its restoration and preservation,  to help us unpack the issues of the forests of 2015.

Call in with your questions, comments and stories about what the forest means to you, dear listener. 503-231-8187.

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Because once a week is not enough!

KBOO Special: 10 years after Hurricane Katrina

Air date: 
Fri, 08/28/2015 - 10:00am - 12:00pm
Short Description: 
Archival audio and interviews
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, we take a look back at the horror of the event itself and the government's response.  We'll also look at how the city of New Orleans and surrounding areas now look, ten years later.

Alt-Country ?

Program: 
Swing 'n' Country
Air date: 
Sat, 08/29/2015 - 6:00am - 9:00am
Short Description: 
Alt-Country

Alt-Country ?

Alternative country (sometimes alt-country), insurgent country, or Americana is a loosely defined subgenre of country music, which includes acts that differ significantly in style from mainstream or pop country music. It has been used to describe country music bands and artists that have incorporated influences ranging from roots rock, bluegrass, rockabilly, honky-tonk, alternative rock, folk rock and sometimes punk. 

I am not sure what any of that means so pleae tune in Saturday morning as D.J. Dennis and I explore the phrase "loosely defined subgenre". Additionally we will spend time focusing on the music of Ryan Adams.

The future of western civilization hangs in the balance!

Blue Rhythm

Program: 
Blue Rhythm
Air date: 
Sat, 08/29/2015 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Short Description: 
Blue Rhythm
Joan's guest for today will be local blues musician and music teacher James Ortega... He will provide some history of the blues along with spinning some of his favorite blues records. Listeners to KBOO during the weekday morning call-in shows might recognize James' voice, since he's also a frequent caller to those shows.  

Interview with the producers of "Tyke Elephant Outlaw"

Air date: 
Mon, 08/31/2015 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
Short Description: 
A conversation with the producers of the tragic story of an elephant who ran away from the circus.
At Voices for the Animals we wanted to bring you news of an important film coming to the Portland Film Festival the first week of September. so we will air at an additional  one hour time slot on August 31st. at 11am  this month.  Join host Courtney Scott for this special program about Tyke whose tragic story ignited a firestorm over the use of elephants in circuses.  From the film's website: "Honolulu, August 20, 1994. Tyke the elephant goes on a rampage. What happens next will traumatise a city and ignite a global battle over the use of performing animals.

Pell Grants for Prisoners

Program: 
Prison Pipeline
Air date: 
Mon, 08/31/2015 - 6:30pm - 7:00pm
Short Description: 
Pell Grants for Prisoners
Karen James and Gretchen Vala, OregonCure, discuss the Obama administration’s recent announcement for a new federal grant program to pay for college for state and federal prisoners. Congress banned prisoners from being eligible for Pell grants in 1994. Nationwide 43.3% of formerly incarcerated individuals are likely to return to prison within three years of release, the likelihood drops to 5.6% for Bachelor’s degree recipients and less than 1% for Master’s degree recipients. The maximum Pell grant award this year is $5,775; grants do not have to be repaid. Prisoners eligible for release will be enrolled in a Pell grant pilot project. The ban on Pell grants cannot be lifted without Congressional approval. If passed, HR 2521 will reinstate Federal Pell Grants to prisoners.

Recent releases from Norwegian artists

Program: 
A Different Nature
Air date: 
Mon, 08/31/2015 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Short Description: 
Recent releases from Norwegian artists
The highlight of tonight's show is a half hour peice from a new album "Celadon" on Important Records. "Celadon" was perfomed in an Oslo mausoleum by Maja SK Ratkje, Jon Wessltoft, Camille Norment and Per Gisle Galaen, and is decribed as "a work of slowly evolving beauty that gradually unravels its meditative design" and "a bold, striking and deceptively ferocious artistic statement that is like absolutely nothing else" .
               To complement this work, we will listen to some other recent releases that feature Norwegian musicians, for two hours of dissonant drones, strange soundscapes and other odd ambiences.  Hosted by Rolf.  

"In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now," with Benjamin Hedin

Program: 
More Talk Radio
Air date: 
Mon, 09/14/2015 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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"In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now," with Benjamin Hedin
Hosts Celeste Carey and Cecil Prescod speak with Benjamin Hedin about his book, "In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now."  Hedin discusses the history of the civil rights movement and current events, which can look like the past. For example today's schools revert to being all-black or all-white. African-Americans are denied access to the polls. Unarmed black men are killed by police. Has America progressed on matters of race, or are we stalled - or even moving backward?
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