Posts Tagged ‘Santa Barbara’
pondering measure p Voters in Santa Barbara County are pondering Measure P—which proposes to ban the use of fracking and other intensive oil extraction technologies in any future oil projects in the county. Oil companies of spent over $5 million in opposition to the measure, which was put on the ballot as the result of a grassroots [...]
KCSB-FM & UCSB’s MCC Debut “HELLO WORLD! Free Isla Vista Concert” with Chicano Batman, mexico68, & Los Macuanos (Saturday, October 25)
In the wake of a trying school year, both KCSB-FM 91.9 and UC Santa Barbara’s MultiCultural Center found a new resolve to expand their creative involvement in Isla Vista, the densely-populated community adjacent to the UCSB campus. Hello World! Concert Ad (Image by Ben Ciccati) - CLICK TO ENLARGE Building on existing efforts to [...]
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 [...]
While we already know that everyone loves KCSB, we now have the chance to make it official! For your ballot to count, you must fill in 20 categories. It takes less than 5 minutes and you'll find the radio category on page 12. The voting deadline is 5pm on Wednesday, August 13th VOTE [...]
THE FREAK POWER TICKET Podcast – PEACE, LOVE, AND CANNIBALS: Hippie Horror Films of the Sixties and Seventies with GREG BURRIS Now Online!
On the Monday, July 28th edition of “The Freak Power Ticket,” producer/host Ted Coe interviewed Greg Burris, a doctoral candidate in UCSB’s Department of Film and Media Studies. Their focus, a University course Burris is teaching this summer, “Peace, Love, and Cannibals: Hippie Horror Films of the Sixties and Seventies.” An edited [...]
In response to the senseless tragedy in Isla Vista on Friday, May 23rd, 2014, the University of California, Santa Barbara campus cancelled classes on Tuesday, May 27th, declaring it a “Day of Mourning and Reflection.” A memorial ceremony was held that afternoon at UCSB's Harder Stadium. Upwards of 20,000 people gathered for this service, [...]
In the wake of Friday night's tragedy in Isla Vista, the University of California, Santa Barbara campus has declared Tuesday, May 27th as a "Day of Mourning and Reflection." A memorial service (organized jointly by students, staff, and faculty) will be held this afternoon at Harder Stadium at 4pm. The entire community is invited. I.V. Deli [...]
Melinda St. Louis, Director of Public Citizen's International Campaigns joined Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the impact of NAFTA 20 years on as well as its impact moving forward, including the looming Trans Pacific Partnership. Then, Jeff Cohen of FAIR and RootsAction considers the implications Jeff Bezos' purchase of the Washington Post for [...]
Ishmael Beah again writes about his country, Sierra Leone, this time in a post-war fictional account. He spoke with Elizabeth Robinson about the impact of war and the necessity of rebuilding communities in the direst of circumstances. He will be speaking at UCSB on March 10, an Arts and Lectures even. Ishmael Beah NoAlibis 030514
This Thursday, February 13th, 5...4...3...2...fun!! will have local band The Moops play live. They make improvised experimental music with drums and guitar. Guitar and drums. Should be great but who know?!1 It's improvised! No one knows! 5...4...3...2...fun!! airs on KCSB 91.9FM Thursdays at 10p-12a. More stuff at www.5432fun.tumblr.com.