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Just returned from Lebanon, Elizabeth Robinson shares interviews with agronomist Rami Zurayk and mayor of Baabdat Iman Labaki. With very different experiences, they share perspectives on Lebanon rarely seen in US media and provide a sense of a vital, engaged polity. Also featuring Lebanese musicians. NoAlibis92210.output
Just returned from Lebanon, Elizabeth Robinson shares interviews with agronomist Rami Zurayk, driver Samir Attrache, and mayor of Baabdat Iman Labaki. With vastly different experiences, they share perspectives rarely seen in US media and provide a sense of a vital, engaged polity. Also featuring Lebanese musicians.
Laura Flanders of 'Grit TV' comments on threat posed to internet access posed by proposed Google merger with Verizon. She remains a champion of media democracy...all media. 8:30 a.m. At 9:15, Doug Henwood, Left Business Observer editor, marks the 75th anniversary of US Social Security suggesting that critics who claim it is failing rely on very [...]
Prof Mark Schuller will join us from Haiti where he has worked for many years to discuss impact of aid, conditions there now, and what he and others characterize as 'capitalizing on catastrophe'. 8:30 a.m. At 9:15 Hugh Kaufman, senior policy analyst with the EPA examines the efficacy of the EPA's oversight in the BP deep water oil blowout. With [...]
Welcome to KCSB-FM's brand new website. A couple of quick notes on the new features - there is now a list of the upcoming KCSB programs in the right sidebar, links to our Facebook and Twitter pages, and a brand new flash player - which pulls the current show and deejay information, and song info including album art (when available). If you [...]
KCSB's 2008-09 Fund Drive Grand Prize drawing has resumed. Santa Barbara International Film Festival Passes were given away on the afternoon of Friday, January 16th, as an early prize for those who already qualified for entry by that date (the SBIFF ran from Jan. 22-Feb. 1). ------------- During the 2008-2009 KCSB Annual Fund Drive, each $100 [...]
The new 2008 KCSB Hoodie can be yours for a minimum Fund Drive pledge of $50 for students and $75 for non-students. They are produced by Earth Positive, a climate neutral, organic and fair-trade manufacturer. Go to our online store to order yours today!