This week on Prison Pipeline: The Whole Pie
The Prison Policy Initiative has released a new report entitled Mass
Incarceration: The Whole Pie 2023, which shows that as pandemic restrictions
get swept aside, criminal legal system are returning to business as usual.
KBOO celebrates women's music from around the world. Tonight's special –
the music of Iva Bittova, singer, composer and violinist. A mixture of
avant-garde sounds, Czech folk music, Euro-Rock, show tunes, and jazz.
This episode of The Talking Earth features Portland poets Julia Gaskill and
John Miller, and LaGrande poet David Memmott. Host dan raphael will also
throw in poems by Tongo Eisen-Martin and Amiri Baraka.
Julia Gaskill is a professional daydreamer hailing from Portland, Her...
Tonight, the Lux Radio Theater presentation of the film noir classic Laura
(1944). A young police detective finds himself falling in love with a woman
whose murder he is investigating. Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, and Vincent
Price reprise their roles from the original film ...
This is a special episode of Playful Presence, which normally airs on the
second Monday of the month from 11 pm to midnight. This episode is all about
Improvisers from 2 countries create all different types of improvised poems:
surreal, gibberish transla...
On Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at 11.30am Joseph Gallivan interviews Jaleesa
Johnston of the Portland Art Museum about the five-day show Conductions Black
Imaginings, which shows the work of Black artists ariella tai, Ella Ray and
Sharyll Burroughs. Runs March 22-26 in vari...
Kurt Schweigman, formerly Luke Warm Water, reads from his new collection of
KBOO's spoken word radio show Talking Earth celebrates World Poetry Day with
a half hour special featuring the poetry of Oglala/Sicangu Lakota poet Kurt
Schweigman. Portland poetry fans may...
Join us in the second half of Talking Earth's World Poetry Day Special, host
Walt Curtis and board-op Patrick Bocarde read poetry from Rimbaud,
Baudelaire, Appollonaire, Yevgeny Yevtushenko and Paul Celan among others,
many in their original languages. Filmaker Sabrina Gui...
This week's show finds us welcoming old friends and discovering new talents.
We feature new tracks from Aussie songwriter Vance Joy ("Every Side of You")
and Swedish sister group First Aid Kit (title tune "Palomino"). We dig out
chestnuts from Matthews Southern Comfort ("An...
On today's episode, we welcome Patricia Horvath, author of the new story
collection But Now Am Found from Black Lawrence Press. Patricia is the author
of the memoir All the Difference and her stories and essays have appeared in
Shenandoah, Confrontation, New Ohio Review, an...
Nancy Beiman is an author, artist, director, teacher, and writer who in 1979
became the first female graduate from the California Institute for the Arts'
Character Animation program, and has been helping open doors for women
artists ever since.
As a young animator in th...
This week, Jeff Godsil reminds us of Truffaut's English language Fareinheit
451, while in the book corner, a new volume on the screen art of Cary Grant,
but first, Matthew of KBOO's monthly bedtime story program Gremlin
Time assesses the recent Criterion DVD release of La L...
As part of Women's History Month and in conjunction with KBOO's All Thrills,
No Frills winter fundraising drive, this edition of Swing 'n' Country will
focus solely on the music of women in country music, many of whom pioneered
the way for later female artists. For the 3rd ...
Tune in for KBOO's Bluegrass Marathon, live from Multnomah Grange 71, On
Saturday, March 25th, from 9 AM to 5 PM!
We'll kick off the Marathon with Uncle Chippy and Josh from 9am to 12pm, then
we'll begin the live broadcast from the stage of Multnomah Grange 71 from
Please submit resume and cover letter by April 2nd, 2023 11:59 pm (Deadline
extended!) to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail/bring your resume and cover letter
to: Hiring Committee 20 SE 8th Ave. Portland OR 97214
DEADLINE TO APPLY IS Sunday, April 2nd AT MIDNIGHT.
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KBOO's Winter Campaign All Thrills No Frills has returned for round 2!
Between February and March, we've prepared a number of music marathons and
special programming days!
Black History & Future Series - Every Friday in February at 6pm
Love Your Pet...
International Women's Day (March 8th) is a global day celebrating the
economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and
future. In some places like China, Russia, Vietnam and Bulgaria,
International Women's Day is a national holiday.
The first Internat...