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TONIGHT 9 pm: Elephant Path Film and Elephant Bai Soundscape

Produced for Threshold Shift
Portland filmmaker Todd McGrain's EcoFilm Festival Best Feature winning film, Elephant Path/Njaia Njoku, will be having an encore showing tonight at 9pm as the wrap up to the Portland EcoFilm Festival. Mr. McGrain also worked with Bill McQuay, the recent guest host of this ... Read more

Text Service for September 26, 2018 Evening News

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    Remember to tune in tomorrow morning, Thursday, September 27th, for LIVE COVERAGE of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.   0926 INT Mexican Army Disarms Acapulco Police   Mexican authorities on Tuesday took over law enforcement duties in the city of Acapulco. Fed... Read more

Text service for September 25, 2018 Evening News

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0925 OR No Cryptosporidium in Portland Water   A news release from the Portland Water Bureau on Monday says that no cryptosporidium has been detected in the city’s drinking water since April 10th. Small numbers of the parasite have been found in Portland’s water since 20... Read more

NEW in KBOO music library September 24, 2018

CDs       Body, Das Das Body Luminelle Alt Rock Capital Punishment Roadkill Captured Tracks Alt Rock Dirty Projectors Lamp Lit Prose Domino Alt Rock Doe, John The Westerner Cool Rock Alt Rock ... Read more

Insectuality: The Sequel

Produced for Threshold Shift
  Bill McQuay is guest spotting an entire Threshold Shift long-form episode bringing us brand new radio stories focusing on the all-women research team from Dartmouth College, Laurel Symes and Hannah ter Hofstede. We'll be going deep into the rain forests of Barro Colorado... Read more

Text Service for Evening News Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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0918 INT Starvation in Yemen   As the US/Saudi war drags on in Yemen, four hundred thousand children are starving to death and one-million eight-hundred thousand are going hungry every day. The figures come from UNICEF spokesperson Meritxell Relano, who said that the ong... Read more