Old Mole Variety Hour for March 9, 2015

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Mon, 03/09/2015
 

Joe Clement hosts today's Old Mole and we hear:

59:19 minutes (54.3 MB)

Feminist Film: Sisterhood of Night

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Mon, 03/09/2015
Jan Haaken talks with film director, Caryn Waechter, about Sisterhood of Night---a feminist-inspired mystery drama where a group of girls form a secret society. From the film's website: "When a teenage girl says she's the victim of a secret network called The Sisterhood of Night, a quiet suburban town becomes the backdrop for a modern-day Salem witch trial." It is the opening film of the 2015 Portland Oregon Women's Film Festival (Thursday March 12th at the Hollywood Theater). 10:43 minutes (9.82 MB)

Well-read Red: the contradictions of housing under capitalism

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Mon, 03/09/2015
Well-read Red, Frann Michel, offers a set of short readings* on housing as a human right, the contradictions of human need vs. profit, and the success of direct collective action by tenants in establishing housing as a truly public good. In addition to these readings, she mentions Oregon State House Bill 2564, which is currently being considered and would repeal Oregon laws prohibiting inclusionary  zoning, as well as The Portland Solidarity Network and The Right to the City Coalition. 10:10 minutes (9.32 MB)

Studs Turkel Documentary: working-class intellectuals & third-party politics

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Mon, 03/09/2015
Every second Monday of the month, Alan Wieder presents a short documentary on the life and times of radical radio commentator and oral historian Studs Turkel, including clips of his work or else of him speaking. This month looks at the influence of wobblies and other working-class intellectuals on Studs in his early life, as well as his support for third-party politics. 14:04 minutes (12.88 MB)

Al Weinrub on Clean Energy Part 2

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Mon, 03/09/2015
This is the second half of Bill Resnick's talk with clean energy activist, Al Weinrub. The first half played last week. They discussed community energy, which are networks of small scale networked solar and wind installations all over the city and connected by the existing electric grid. It can be run democratically. It can replace big expensive corporate energy. 17:22 minutes (11.93 MB)

Interview with Doug Sammons & Dee Settlemier!

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Rhythm Jam
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Tue, 03/10/2015
A fireside chat with Doug Sammons and Dee Settlemier, mainstays of the Portland vintage live music arena and celebrating a ten year anniversary for their band, the Midnight Serenaders, The foundation of the band, the secret of their endurance through challenging economic times, the qualities of their band members, musical inspirations. AND!!  What fans new and old can expect in the near future! 35:38 minutes (81.57 MB)

Only in Portland - Extended Audio

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The Film Show
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Thu, 02/26/2015

Portland has long been an incubator for idiosyncratic art, and in this extended web-only episode we bring you three bold new examples.  Carla Rossi (aka Anthony Hudson) brings a festival of Queer Horror films and "campfire storytelling" to the Hollywood Theatre, with the support of the Pacific Northwest College of Art. 38:59 minutes (15.61 MB)

Lisa Haagen Live on KBOO

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The Monday Sampler
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Mon, 12/29/2014
15:59 minutes (10.98 MB)

Jim Fullan Interview

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Between Us
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Sat, 03/07/2015
Jim Fullan is the Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Sales for the Oregon Symphony Orchestra.  This is the third year he has helped the OSO promote music geared to lovers of hard rock classics as well as video game enthusiasts (and gamer composers) who not only play, but create music for blockbuster games like the Legend of Zelda and Halo.  He talks with Don Merrill about how the symphony is staying viable by attracting gamers and rockers while staying true to the purists.
14:51 minutes (13.6 MB)

Ferguson Is Everywhere forum PART 2 (raw audio)

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Sun, 03/01/2015
Ferguson Is Everywhere forum PART 2 (raw audio) March 1st 2015. Speakers included Ahjamu Umi of the All African People's Revolutionary Party - Portland, Oregon, Adrienne Cabouet of Black Lives Matter Portland, Sekai Edwards of the Jefferson High School Black Student Union, Mic Crenshaw, Africa Hip Hop tour, Joe Bean Keller father of police shooting victim, and Walidah Imarisha, Black Studies professor 54:31 minutes (49.92 MB)

Ferguson is Everywhere part 1 (raw audio)

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Sun, 03/01/2015
Ferguson Is Everywhere forum PART 1 March 1st 2015. Speakers included Ahjamu Umi of the All African People's Revolutionary Party - Portland, Oregon, Adrienne Cabouet of Black Lives Matter Portland, Sekai Edwards of the Jefferson High School Black Student Union, Mic Crenshaw, Africa Hip Hop tour, Joe Bean Keller father of police shooting victim, and Walidah Imarisha, Black Studies professor 61:13 minutes (56.05 MB)

Interview with Adam Franklin of Swervedriver - by Heather Lane

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The Songcircle
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Fri, 03/06/2015

Heather says:

As a devotee of the music of Adam Franklin since my early 20s, I was thrilled to have an opportunity to interview him upon the release of Swervedriver's new album, I Wasn't Born To Lose You, their first in over 17 years. This interview also marks my return to radio after a protracted bout of illness with Lyme disease and electrohypersensitivity, combined with a complete lack of diagnosis, which left me to languish for most of a decade.
32:52 minutes (30.1 MB)

Sex Positive Culture

program: 
Pathways
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Sun, 03/08/2015
Jim Duvall is one of the founders of the Center for Sex Positive Culture. He also served as president of the board of directors and founded the Seattle Erotic Art Festival. As a sexuality activist, Jim has volunteered for many organizations over the years. He is a past president and board member of the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom.
  29:06 minutes (26.64 MB)

In-Depth: Security Guard Harassment

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News In Depth
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Thu, 03/05/2015
An overzealous security guard has allegedly been harassing music festivalgoers in Oregon from as far back 2012. 
Several people have accused Joseph Hernandez of impersonating a sheriff, unlawful detainment, death threats and intimidation, theft, and harassment that borders on assault.
Their story is told to greater length, along with official documents, at beloved-festival-nightmare.blogspot.com.
KBOO reporters Niko Kwiatkowski and Sam Bouman filed this report about Hernandez and the little-known world of event security.
15:26 minutes (14.13 MB)

 

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