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Radio Causeway: American Red Cross of Santa Barbara – Jan 25, 2011

Radio Causeway: American Red Cross of Santa Barbara – Jan 25, 2011

Kristiana Kocis, Director of Development for the American Red Cross of Santa Barbara joined Pav and Tim on Radio Causeway to talk about disaster preparedness, the American Red Cross' New Year's Resolutions, and more.  Those interested in volunteering with the American Red Cross of Santa Barbara can click here for more info.  Cameron [...]

Poodle Radio on the Best of the Film Festival and the Challenges of Lois Capps

First on this week's Poodle Radio, the radio program of the Santa Barbara Independent, Colin Marshall talks to Executive Editor Nick Welsh about his cover story on Representative Lois Capps, who’s gone from notoriously nice to well-known Democratic “800-pound gorilla.” The story deals with the arc of her political career as well as the [...]

SBIFF Preview: KCSB Presents Film Fest Special – Podcast Now Online

SBIFF Preview: KCSB Presents Film Fest Special – Podcast Now Online

A Podcast of the Friday, January 21st, 2011, Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival Preview Special is now online! The Santa Barbara International Film Festival begins on January 27th and, once again, KCSB will bring our listeners a two-hour preview show - tonight - Friday, January 21st from 6-8pm. Find out about all of the screenings [...]

Podcast: El Ten Eleven Interview.

Podcast: El Ten Eleven Interview.

The following is an interview with the band El Ten Eleven conducted by KCSB's Promotions Coordinator Chelsea Lauwereins. The band will be playing a show at Muddy Waters in Santa Barbara tonight, Wednesday, January 19th, 2011.

Radio Causeway: Lung Cancer Vaccine, Barbara Conviser of CCSB – Jan 18, 2011

Radio Causeway: Lung Cancer Vaccine, Barbara Conviser of CCSB – Jan 18, 2011

Barbara Conviser, Director of Research and Quality Services for the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara (CCSB) stops by Radio Causeway to speak about some of the programs and clinical trials taking place at the center.  Currently, the CCSB is engaged in a clinical trial of a lung cancer vaccine (Lucanix) that is showing the ability to lengthen and [...]

Radio Causeway: Scientific Method Broken? Jonathan Schooler, Ph.D. – Jan 11, 2011

Radio Causeway: Scientific Method Broken? Jonathan Schooler, Ph.D. – Jan 11, 2011

Recently cited in The New Yorker article "The Truth Wears Off: Is there something wrong with the scientific method?" by Jonah Lehrer, UC Santa Barbara professor of psychology, Jonathan Schooler, Ph.D. stops by Radio Causeway to talk about the short comings of the scientific method and the problem of replication. Professor Schooler pioneered work [...]

Radio Causeway: Drs. Madin & Warner on Fishing of Predators on Coral Reefs – Dec 14, 2010

Radio Causeway: Drs. Madin & Warner on Fishing of Predators on Coral Reefs – Dec 14, 2010

Drs. Elizabeth M.P. Madin and Robert Warner stop by Radio Causeway to discuss their team's recently published paper in the December 2010 issue of The American Naturalist titled, Fishing Indirectly Structures Macroalgal Assemblages by Altering Herbavore Behavior.  The article discusses the effects the fishing for predators has on coral reef [...]

Radio Causeway: Evan Caleb Yearsley, drummer for Blues Diva, Candye Kane – Dec 7, 201

Radio Causeway: Evan Caleb Yearsley, drummer for Blues Diva, Candye Kane – Dec 7, 201

Evan Caleb Yearsley, drummer for the Blues Foundation Awards Nominee, Candye Kane spends some time with Radio Causeway to discuss SuperHero, tour, and more.  Evan is also involved with United By Music, a non profit organization that supports talented people with intellectual and physical disabilities and gives them the chance to perform blues [...]

NoAlibis 12/01/10 School of the Americas report

NoAlibis 12/01/10 School of the Americas report

Prof. Ralph Arbruster Sandoval and two of his students, Austin and Lauren, report on their recent trip to Fort Benning, Georgia where the annual protests against the training of foreign militaries recently occurred. They witnessed arrests and an accelerating repressive reaction to the demonstrators as compared to past years. Listen now. [...]

Radio Causeway: Matthew Neeley, Ph.D. on Quantum Computers – Nov 30, 2010

Radio Causeway: Matthew Neeley, Ph.D. on Quantum Computers – Nov 30, 2010

Project Scientist at Lincoln Laboratory at MIT and former UC Santa Barbara Graduate Student in Physics, Matthew Neeley, Ph.D. talks about his recent paper in Nature on his team's breakthough in quantum computing.  Dr. Neeley is an alumni of the Martinis Group at UC Santa Barbara.  The breakthrough work has shown for the first time the [...]

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