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Radio Causeway: Cancer Sucks: A True Story, David Yates – Jul 19, 2011

Radio Causeway: Cancer Sucks: A True Story, David Yates – Jul 19, 2011

Author of the new book, Cancer Sucks: A True Story and the blog Cancer Sucks: A True Story, David Yates stops by Radio Causeway to discuss the book.  David is a three time cancer survivor and a Vietnam veteran originally from Vero Beach, Florida and now resides in Ventura, CA. "It's an inspirational story that can help people and give them a [...]

Radio Causeway: Localization of Food Consumption, David Cleveland PhD – Jul 12, 2011

Radio Causeway: Localization of Food Consumption, David Cleveland PhD – Jul 12, 2011

Radio Causeway welcomes back David A. Cleveland, Ph.D. to the show.  This week Dr. Cleveland discusses his recent article published in the journal, Environmental Science and Technology titled, "Effect of localizing fruit and vegetable consumption on greenhouse gas emissions and nutrition, Santa Barbara County."Dr. Cleveland is a professor in [...]

Radio Causeway: Final Exit Network’s Frank Kavanaugh PhD – July 5, 2011

Radio Causeway: Final Exit Network’s Frank Kavanaugh PhD – July 5, 2011

Spokesman/Board Member, Frank Kavanaugh Ph.D. from the non profit organization, Final Exit Network talks to Radio Causeway about their advacacy for "the human right to a death with dignity."  Final Exit Network has recently been involved in a billboard campaign to help push the debate into the public consciousness. Plus the Mullet's [...]

Zombie 101 with Eric Hamako (“Zombie Orientals Ate My Brain”): “The Freak Power Ticket” PODCAST + more!

Zombie 101 with Eric Hamako (“Zombie Orientals Ate My Brain”): “The Freak Power Ticket” PODCAST + more!

On February 16th, 2010, Eric Hamako, a doctoral candidate in the Social Justice Education Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, gave a talk for the UCSB MultiCultural Center's Race Matters Series. Entitled, "Zombie Orientals Ate My Brain: Anti-Arab & Anti-Asian Themes in Zombie Film & Fiction," Hamako's work argues that [...]

Radio Causeway: Santa Barbara Gypsy/Folk Rockers, OSO live! PODCAST – June 14, 2011

Radio Causeway: Santa Barbara Gypsy/Folk Rockers, OSO live! PODCAST – June 14, 2011

For the Radio Causeway Spring 2011 Season Finale and Pav's last show as a weekly co host we will be joined by Santa Barbara's own, OSO!  After taking a one year hiatus they are back together playing their unique blend of gypsy/folk/math rock with a twist of unicycle that have garnered them wide praise.  They will be playing a show on [...]

Radio Causeway: Megan Birney, Community Environmental Council – June 7, 2011

Radio Causeway: Megan Birney, Community Environmental Council – June 7, 2011

Megan Birney is a Renewable Energy Specialist for Santa Barbara's non-profit Community Environmental Council (CEC).  She stops by Radio Causeway to discuss Solarize Santa Barbara, a group purchasing discount program developed by the CEC to give Southern Santa Barbara home owners an opportunity to transition their homes to solar power.  [...]

Multimedia Artist/UCSB Professor Kip Fulbeck Interview Podcast (from “The Freak Power Ticket”) – NOW ONLINE

Multimedia Artist/UCSB Professor Kip Fulbeck Interview Podcast (from “The Freak Power Ticket”) – NOW ONLINE

On Monday, May 30th, UC Santa Barbara Professor Kip Fulbeck, a multi-media artist, joined Ted Coe on the music and cultural arts program, “The Freak Power Ticket.” Their conversation came ahead of Fulbeck’s debut performance at the Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Forum’s First Thursday Forum Lounge: “Race, Sex, and Tattoos: The Kip [...]

AmpLive Interview with Soular Hits

AmpLive Interview with Soular Hits

DJ's CosMic and Groov E of KCSB's Underground Hip-Hop show "Soular Hits" were AMPed to conduct a phone interview with Zion I's DJ AmpLive on Wednesday, May 18, 2011. Zion I performed a free show in Isla Vista on May 21st, headlining for the "Concert for the Coast." AmpLive is a Texas native but has been living in California producing [...]

Radio Causeway: Victor M. Rios PhD, “Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys” – May 31, 2011

Radio Causeway: Victor M. Rios PhD, “Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys” – May 31, 2011

Victor M. Rios, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at UC Santa Barbara and the recipient of the 2010 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research.  Dr. Rios drops in on Radio Causeway to discuss is forthcoming book, Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys. The book looks at how [...]

Radio Causeway: Oakland, CA based post rockers, Broken Cities – May 24, 2011

Radio Causeway: Oakland, CA based post rockers, Broken Cities – May 24, 2011

Joining Radio Causeway on the phone is the Oakland, CA based post rock band, Broken Cities.  They will be talking about their recent release of their debut album titled, Flux.  Flux was a DIY project and has been released under a Creative Commons License. You can find their debut album here. Broken Cities is: Jon-Bass [...]

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