Posts Tagged ‘Santa Barbara’
Nobel Peace recipient Mairead Maguire joins Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss her recent trip to Syria and her thoughts on US intervention there. Recorded live at KCSB-FM in Santa Barbara, California.
Hilal Elver and Richard Falk recently returned from Lebanon and on their way to Turkey join Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the current social and political situations in both countries in the larger context of regional turmoil. In the second hour, Vanessa, Evalejandra and Jessica of KCSB's 'Radio Xicana' share their thoughts about their program [...]
Ghost Tiger Returns to KCSB for an In-Studio Conversation & DJ Set on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, June 3)
Ghost Tiger, an indie-rock quintet from Santa Barbara, CA, have re-emerged after a brief hiatus in 2012 with a number of club dates and, this week, a hometown record-release party at SOhO Restaurant & Music Club. Santa Barbara's Ghost Tiger - CLICK TO ENLARGEOn Thursday, June 6th, to celebrate their debut studio recording, BirdFeeder, on [...]
KCSB Announces Kings of the Mic Tour (Sunday, May 26) and Belle & Sebastian (Wednesday, July 17) at the SB Bowl
KCSB-FM is a media supporter of two upcoming concerts at the Santa Barbara Bowl. Kings of the Mic Tour 2013 - CLICK TO ENLARGEThis coming weekend, Sunday, May 26, at 630pm, Nederlander Presents the Kings of the Mic Tour, featuring a "Who's Who" of classic Hip Hop music: LL COOL J (with DJ Z-Trip), Ice Cube, Public Enemy, and De La Soul. [...]
On May 22nd, we inaugurate a new feature on No Alibis called Race & Class Radio that highlights the current issue of the internationally known journal published in London. Following the news, Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson are joined by Elizabeth Fekete and Jon Burnett as we focus on crime and racialization. In the second hour, we speak [...]
The Dunwells at UCSB - CLICK TO ENLARGEBritish alt-pop band The Dunwells will perform live today, this Fri., April 26th, noon-1pm PDT, from UC Santa Barbara’s Storke Plaza. KCSB will air this performance during an hourlong special broadcast, which can also be heard live worldwide (for more info on our webstream options, click HERE). The [...]
As a school student in 1968, Bobby Verdugo and thousands of other Chicano students walked out of their classrooms demanding quality education and simple respect. He shared those experiences with Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson and also remembered his teacher, Sal Castro, who had supported the students. Castro died April 4, 2013. We [...]
Jim Ellinger has just returned from Tunisia and will report on the 2013 World Social Forum just concluded in Tunis. In the second hour, Corey Dubin of the Committee of 10,000 will discuss pharmaceutical patents and the need for a strong, independent Federal Drug Administration. Elizabeth Robinson hosts.
Nancy Kurshan, author of Out of Control:A Fifteen Year Battle Against Control Unit Prisons, spoke with Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson about the Marion Prison lock down as the prototype for control unit prisons. These prisons have now become common as at Pelican Bay's 'Secure Housing Units' which have created an international outcry as [...]
On January 23rd, No Alibis will be joined in the first hour by Tom Barry, director of the Transborder Project and Senior Analyst, Center for International Policy to discuss border security and his new book, Border Wars and in the second hour by Andrew Ross, author of Nice Work if you can get it:Life and Labor in Precarious Times and a dozen other [...]