Posts Tagged ‘KCSB-FM’
KCSB 91.9 FM and Neighborhood Public Radio Start an Occupation of the FM Dial – “Picnic Revolution!” – an Interactive Radio Art Event at UCSB’s Storke Plaza (Friday, November 4)
On Friday Nov. 4th, from 12 noon-1pm, KCSB-FM presents Neighborhood Public Radio, an independent artist-run radio project, leading the "Picnic Revolution," an occupation of the FM dial by UCSB students and other community members. This interactive radio-art installation -- produced with contributions from Free Karate of Albuquerque, New [...]
Reverend Billy Talen Podcast Blessing KCSB-FM: Straight Outta Occupy Wall Street to KCSB’s 50th Anniversary Celebration!
Friday morning, while preparing for KCSB’s 50th anniversary kick-off party, KCSB Development Coodinator Ted Coe got a surprise call from the award-winning performance artist and activist Reverend Billy Talen, fresh from the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City. Reverend Billy is the genius behind the anti-consumerist Church of [...]
On Monday, September 19th, Ritchie Young, the frontman for Portland, Oregon-based indie rock band Loch Lomond joined Ted Coe, host of “The Freak Power Ticket,” for a nearly hour-long interview. The two discussed a pair of Loch Lomond music videos, including director Hayley Young’s striking single-take production of their song, [...]
At 8:30 Shayana Kadidal, senior attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the state of our civil liberties and surveillance in the post 9/11 US. At 9:15 Professors Hilal Elver and Richard Falk with comment on the recent announcement by the Turkish government it is suspending trade, [...]
Elizabeth Lovero, WIRELESS Art Exhibition – Interview with SB-CAF Art Curator featured in Podcast (from “No Alibis”)
On Wednesday, August 24th, "No Alibis" co-host Marisela Marquez and guest host Ted Coe were joined by New York-based curator Elizabeth Lovero, a KCSB and UCSB alumnus who is responsible for the forthcoming Wireless exhibition at the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum (CAF). Honoring the 50th Anniversary of KCSB, Wireless features international [...]
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Dazed and Confused Tribute II on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, August 1): “A Fiesta in the Making.”
Host Ted Coe writes: "My July 4th broadcast of 'The Freak Power Ticket' was a fun (and underpublicized) homage to Richard Linklater's 1994 cult-classic movie Dazed and Confused, about a day in the life of suburban teens living near Austin, Texas, during the Bicentennial Year of 1976. Using the film's complete musical soundtrack as inspiration, [...]
Prof. Clyde Woods‘ untimely death July 6 occasions this look at his work as a scholar and activist, chronicler of the Black communities from the Mississippi Delta to Los Angeles. Maryam Griffin and Elizabeth Robinson were joined by a number of Clyde’s former students and colleagues including Jeffrey Stewart, Jordan Camp and Damien Schneider. [...]
Molly Porzig, California Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity, spoke with Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson about the hunger strike at Pelican Bay protesting the 'Security Housing Units' there and elsewhere. At the time of the interview, prisoners at six prisons had joined the strike. Now more than 6500 are on strike.
No Alibis 8am 7/6/11, Patrick Cockburn on Libya;Molly Porzig on Pelican Bay prisoners’ hunger strike
Unlike the overwhelming majority of US media, journalist Patrick Cockburn reminds us that propaganda is too often the order of the day in Libya, on both sides. He joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 following the news. At 9:15, Molly Porzig, California Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity, discusses the hunger strike at Pelican Bay [...]