Reggae Runnin's...

big up to KBOO member Jordana, calling in early Sunday morning
to earn a free pair of tickets for the Abyssinians appearance
Wednesday, July 8 @ Roseland Theater, 8 NW 6th...

Michael Kenna on his photography

Listen to the interview here.

Recently Michael Kenna was in town for the opening of his show Recent Travels at Charles A. Hartman Fine Art. He was kind enough to come down to KBOO and talk about this show, how he started in photography and how he learned to print. 

Reggae runnin's...

a Great Shape Inc. volunteer comments on their work at our recent
KBOO Community Radio Benefit appearence of Midnite @ Crystal Ballroom
here in Portland

Reggae Runnin's...

yo, guess I will start off with some upcoming events that I highly recommend...

6/26 KBOO Weekly Volunteer Bulletin

KBOO Weekly Volunteer Bulletin
Issue 2
June 26th, 2009

Anthony Heald, OSF actor

Here's the latest Stage and Studio Dmae with Anthony Healdshow online with Actor Anthony Heald (Boston Public/Boston Legal) talking about his roles at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the life of the actor. I really enjoyed meeting him. He was a very accessible, down to earth "call me Tony" kind of guy. Very nice man considering he's played some heavies like Iago and Vice Principal Gruber on BP. If you have a chance, give it a listen...

 Take care, Dmae

sex from stonewall to sanford


For the Old Mole Variety Hour June 29, 2009

This weekend marks the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York, when, for the first time in history, queer people fought back against decades of police harassment.

Michael Brophy's New Paintings....


This Tuesday my guest on Art Focus will be Michael Brophy, who has a show opening at Laura Russo. There are big oil paintings and small square gouaches. Brophy's house + studio was destroyed in a fire - some of the work is about that.
Listen to the interview here.

Program changes for July 2009

We've been updating our on-air sound to offer compelling radio programs in a convenient and easy-to-follow schedule. We've moved a step at a time, starting with surveys and community meetings and then working closely with our volunteer-driven program committee to offer more great radio. We want to give you a better listening experience, and we want to reach more listeners while keeping a commitment to our core values which include community, diversity and a perspective of progressive change in the world. With all that in mind, here's a primer on what we've changed and why, this year and last year:
Last Year - Evening Music

·         Edgier, more contemporary and/or has a younger audience: Electronica, hip-hop, indie, punk, experimental, dj sets and African-American culture, music and politics. 

·         Clarity: How do we make our schedule easier to understand and follow? A goal for each round of changes is to create a schedule that listeners can understand and also put programming in blocks or strips that is likely to attract the same audience.

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