Posts Tagged ‘Joyful Cosmos’
Special Guest Discusses Santa Barbara Funzone’s Ferguson Library Benefit on Joyful Cosmos (Monday, December 15)
DJ Host Steve writes: On Friday December 19th, Santa Barbara FUNZONE will host a benefit for the Ferguson Missouri Public Library. A steadfast safe space amidst the recent tumultuous events in Ferguson. Join us tomorrow night for special guest- Spencer from FUNZONE where we will discuss the benefit and the performers [...]
This week on Joyful Cosmos, Arlo Bender-Simon will stop by to discuss his experiences at the People's Climate March. We will talk about this massive recognition of human caused climate change. Tune in by turning the radio dial to KCSB FM 91.9 in Santa Barbara or listen online! Joyful Cosmos: Mondays 6 to 8:30pm Photo by Robert Van [...]
Of tonight's broadcast, host Steve Snyder writes: SOL Food Festival 2014 (Courtesy Image) "This Monday on 'Joyful Cosmos,' Jonah and Caydi from Santa Barbara's SOL Food Festival will drop by to talk about our vibrant local food community. The SOL Food Festival happens this coming Saturday, September 27, at Plaza Vera Cruz Park in [...]
This week on Joyful Cosmos, Arlo Bender-Simon will stop by to discuss the People's Climate March in New York City. This massive event is scheduled for Saturday 21 September, the day before the United Nations Climate Summit opens. Arlo is a local coordinator for the march. UN Climate [...]
Adam Henry on Joyful Cosmos Photograph of Adam Henry. Courtesy of the musician. Monday on Joyful Cosmos Adam Henry will perform original music with his guitar and voice. Adam's list of inspirations and influences runs from Van Morrison to A Tribe Called Quest. An experimentation in blending folk and soul music is afoot, laying [...]
KCSB programmer Steve S. writes, "On 'Joyful Cosmos' this week, Thomas Mattias of Santa Barbara's Wheelhouse Bikes drops by to talk about bicycles, bicycling, and bicycle repair. Tune in Monday evening at 6pm. Thanks for listening!" "Joyful Cosmos" airs from 6-7pm on Mondays throughout the fall.