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27--CALL--Audio of Codrescu reading poem seeking additional audio/ideas

Available only to those participants of Desolo Luna Vox Theatrum who are signed on the the email site.  If you would like to be signed on to receive the emails send an email to DLVTheatrum@yahoo.com.

 

26--NEWS--Rabia Yeaman is taking on 25C: ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A TINY MOUSE


I would like to do track 5 ...."there was a tiny mouse..."

lemme know

rabia   : )

25--CALL--Schwitter's Fairy Tales for further Audio--

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24--CALL--OPEN RECORDING STUDIO TIME for upcoming Theatrum events

Hi gang,

I have reserved Studio Two to record any of you who have projects for upcoming Desolo Luna Vox Theatrum.  I will be at KBOO, Studio Two on this coming Saturday and Sunday, June 13 and 14, from 3-6pm.

Contact me to schedule time if you have any thing you want to record.

love
raf

23--NEWS--Program Guide write-up for June 29 Desolo Luna Vox Theatrum

June 29, 2009

8:00pm - Midnight Pacific

Desolo Luna Vox Theatrum

 

22--NEWS/CALL--any projects for June 29 Desolo Luna Vox Theatrum?

Hi folks,

Just wondering if any of you has a project in mind that you want to air on the June 29th show.  I will be doing the write-up for the show tomorrow (due this Friday, May 15th at 5p) and would like to be able to promote whatever you might be contributing.

notes on michael jackson

those who follow the show i do- 'guess who's coming to radio??!!'- know that i have been struggling emotionally with the transition of michael joseph jackson, a man who, along with STEVIE WONDER i consider to be my teacher.  i have been writing every day, consistently, in terms of dealing with this transition, as a means to heal. 

 

here is the link to my blog, in which i have been writing every day since his transition:

theonewomanapollo.blogspot.com/

hopefully it lends toward some tools for healing.  if you feel compelled to comment you are more than welcome to...  thanks for reading.

peace,

jamilah

revolution

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Here's part of the script for today's PRESS**WATCH...

(pull up http://www.theresaspresswatch.blogspot.com to participate in the Dollar Doom poll!)

The emergency we are faced with is corporate rule.  We are ruled by multinational corporations.

Here are some of the symptoms:

The war industry keeps our legislatures like concubines.  Contributions for just last year amount to nearly $24 million, and 59% of that went to Democrats.  You know, the rational, liberal party that's going to get us out of the wars?  That one.  fifty-nine percent.  and it works.  In past years the lions' share went to the Republicans.  It's not a matter of ideology.  It's whoever is in power.

KBOO Election Season - Board Candidate Deadline: Aug 7th

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Are you a KBOO member? Do you have skill and vision that would be put to good use on the KBOO Board of Directors?

We are seeking candidates for this year’s board election.  The term of office is three years. This year there are four seats open.  All board members attend monthly board meetings, serve on one committee, and attend one or two retreats per year.

You can find the application to run for the board at kboo.fm/governance. Email this application to board member, Erin Brand at erin@kboo.org, or mail it to Erin Brand, KBOO Community Radio, 20 SE 8th Street, Portland, Or  97214. Deadline to receive candidate statements is 5:00 pm, Friday, August 7. Late applications cannot be accepted. For more information please contact Erin, or KBOO Volunteer Coordinator, Ani Haines at (503) 231-8032 x213.

The Death of Labor Law Reform, or Why the Democrats are So Pathetic and Meaningful Reform is Dead

 Bill Resnick for The Old Mole Variety Hour
 
 Why are the Congressional Democrats so weak and afraid? Why did they refuse to consider universal single payer health care, also called Medicare for All? Why last week did card check union organization die in the Congress? The card check provision was certainly the key part of the Labor Law Reform bill and labor’s top legislative priority. The AFL-CIO spent hundreds of millions of dollars in advertising and campaign contributions – yet its key section was killed by the Democrats. But how could that be?
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