NEW in KBOO music library March 2, 2015

Looking to fill Two Seats on the KBOO Board of Directors

The KBOO Board of Directors invites qualified KBOO Members who are interested in becoming a Board Member to submit a candidate statement no longer than 500 words which should include the applicants experience, information about previous board or coalition experience, and why they want to serve on the KBOO Board of Directors.

Hello KBOO!

It's so good to make your digital acquaintance! I'm Becky, and I'm finishing my first week here at KBOO as the development director. I'll be working closely with the staff to cultivate all variety of relationships: partnership, sponsorship, community. It's an incredible honor to be here, and I'm excited for the future of KBOO as we take a strategic look together, as a member-supported radio station, at independent, inclusive media.

Bread and Roses is Women History Month every Friday!

What? Is this really happening?  I thought to myself: “Here is a fifty some year old man, sitting at my kitchen table, describing to me, without me prompting the conversation, the strong women who influenced the way he lives his life.” He spoke about his mother, his grandmother, his aunt and other women activists he met throughout his life that have had a strong impact on him. Wow. My first conclusion was I am so lucky to have a friend like Christopher who is able to speak about the strong women in his life in a totally casual way. He talked about being Dine’ (Navajo) and the matriarchal social system that is at the heart of his believes and world view. And then I said to him “Thank you Chris!

Take Action! The Homeless Bill of Rights Movement and You

KBOO has endorsed the Homeless Bill of Rights Campaign because we believe that no person should be criminalized because they are poor and do not have a home.

Mama C to Perform Live in Studio During Our Spring Open House

KBOO welcomes you to our springtime open house and live in-studio performance of Mama C, Saturday, March 21st, 1 – 5 pm.
Tour the KBOO studios and meet your community! Share refreshments and talk with other listeners, program hosts, volunteers and KBOO staff. See how our communities intersect and work together to create this amazing community radio station.

02/19/15 episode of Pandæmonium

02/19/15 episode of Pandæmonium is up

Chapter XXXVIII: Hibern-isolationism

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Program Underwriting: Business Support that is Noncommercial and Sustainable

KBOO listeners are savvy; you tune in for news you’re not supposed to know and music curated by hundreds of diverse experts. You also depend on the quality of signal that only comes from a noncommercial source. While KBOO does not sell airtime for commercials, we do seek businesses and organizations to help sponsor, or “underwrite,” specific programs. To safeguard KBOO’s noncommercial quality, KBOO uses one of the nation’s most stringent set of restrictions to determine who is eligible to underwrite our programs.

Missing Person February 14, 2015

A young Eugene man went missing on the morning of February 14, 2015.
He left the Heart and Spoon Community located at 27th and Tyler, between the hours of 4-7 am.
He was in a confused mental state.
His name is Noah DeWitt.
He was barefoot and wearing a heavy light brown corduroy jacket over a dark blue shirt, dark blue plaid fleece pajama pants.
He is a thin white male, 5'11" and 130 lbs.
Brown eyes
Long brown hair
He works at New Frontier Market.

If you have any information please call Kate at 541-912-6842


Heart and Spoon: 541-342-1200

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