KBOO, as a community experiment is always evolving! New volunteers and new shows join in the mix of decades old programs and years of creativity! Every attempt at community building is highly celebrated and in July, we mark the 1 year anniversary of Sacred Circle TEMENOS a late night music program that airs on alternating Thursday nights at Midnight (technically Friday mornings) hosted by Diablo -Dirty Diablo (aka Tim Nakayama).
I sat down with Tim and asked him to reflect on 1 year of Sacred Circle TEMENOS, a show he describes as a "Live mix tape"!
These community businesses support KBOO through underwriting. This month, they're contenders in the Willamette Week's "Best of Portland" poll! You can vote for them here until June 30th: http://bitly.com/top200ww. If you use Twitter, let the world know that you voted with the hashtag "#wwtop200" and the underwriter's handles listed below!
My show Disability Awareness has stated to take on new life. I have the privilege to interview guest that are coming from different disabilities, both invisible and apparent. Lately I have been able to speak to researchers with important ground breaking books that are important to the community. This month (June) I will be interviewing Linda M. Blum who wrote Raising Generation RX: Mothering Kids with Invisible Disabilities in an Age of Inequality. Next month my guest will be Sherry M. Joiner who wrote 'Sherry Goes Sane: Living a Life with Schizo-Affective Disorder'. I want to give a special shout out to Laura Sandow who picks me up and gets me to the KBOO studio on time. Laura is an ongoing guest addressing PTSD brought on by her military service.