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“The Witching Hour” Investigates the Mysteries of Ancient Egypt (Friday, January 31)

“The Witching Hour” Investigates the Mysteries of Ancient Egypt (Friday, January 31)

Image courtesy of Ben Earwicker of Garrison Photography, Boise, ID This week, The Witching Hour travels back in time to unlock the mysteries of ancient Egypt. Be prepared to be mystified by the Middle Eastern tones of Egyptian music, spooked by ambient audio portraits of the ancient past, and educated on new paranormal developments from The [...]

Falk on Egypt; Barrigan-Padilla on Delta conservancy: No Alibis 7/10/13 Podcast

Falk on Egypt; Barrigan-Padilla on Delta conservancy: No Alibis 7/10/13 Podcast

UN Special Rapporteur, Richard Falk discussed implications of Mohammad Morsi's ouster in Egypt. Coup or legitimate military intervention? Populist or democratic movement. Barbara Barrigan-Parilla of Restore the Deltatalked about the potential impact of peripheral canals diverting water from the Sacramento and San Joaquin river delta and the local [...]

Steve Buckley on Egyptian elections; George Lipsitz on Johnny Otis; Harvey Wasserman on environment & wellness: No Alibis podcast, 1/25/12

British media activist, Steve Buckley, has covered Egyptian elections and their significance since their inception and reported on outcomes. Prof. George Lipsitz, biographer of Johnny Otis recounts a bit of his life and approach to the world. At 9:15 Harvey Wasserman discussed about critical water issues and environmental impact on wellness.

No Alibis 11/30/11: Live report from Tahir Square. World Aids Day. Annual Book Tastings

No Alibis 11/30/11: Live report from Tahir Square. World Aids Day. Annual Book Tastings

At 8:00 Noor Aljawad and Mohammad Abdul Latif Ibrahim report live from Occupied Cairo. At 9:30 we’re joined by Stephen David Simon, Los Angeles City Aids Coordinator for World Aids Day. Other news and the start of our annual Book Tastings. With co-host Avery F. Gordon.  

KCSB News – Oct. 10, 2011 – Monday

KCSB News – Oct. 10, 2011 – Monday

*Egyptian Government Holds Emergency Meeting After 25 Are Killed in Cairo - FSRN *Occupy Wall St. Solidarity Movement Continues to Spread - FSRN *Occupy Santa Barbara Solidarity Demonstration Hits One-Week Mark News Writer: Negeen Amuzegar Engineer: Elizabeth Gutierrez Anchor/Producer: Monica Lopez

No Alibis 6/1/11,8a.m:Philip Rizk on Egyptian military courts;Richard Falk on LDCs

No Alibis 6/1/11,8a.m:Philip Rizk on Egyptian military courts;Richard Falk on LDCs

Professor Richard Falks, recently returned from Cairo and Turkish sponsored conference on helping the UN's 'Least Developed Countries', joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 a.m. to discuss the conference and the efficacy of the current approaches to economic development for LDCs. At 9:15a.m. writer & filmmaker Philip Rizk, discusses [...]

No Alibis 3/2/11 8am Prof Paul Amar on Egypt; Radical Librarians Alana Kumbier, Gary Colmenar

No Alibis 3/2/11 8am Prof Paul Amar on Egypt; Radical Librarians Alana Kumbier, Gary Colmenar

Following the news, UCSB Prof. Paul Amar shares his perspective on the current situation in Egypt and beyond. He has recently written an article entitled 'Why Mubarak is Out'.At 9:15 Alana Kumbier, Wellesley College librarian and organizer of Boston Radical Reference Collective and Gary Colmenar, UCSB librarian and member of the Progressive [...]