If you happen to have missed the last couple editions of KCSBeat, Colin Marshall's Santa Barbara Independent column on all things KCSB, the day they went up on the front page of Independent.com, never fear: they remain available in the complete KCSBeat archive. First, there's a continuation of the story of, Poodle Radio, the Indy's new live [...]
Tim Lister and Rachel Street, project scientists at the UCSB-affiliated Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network joined Tim and Levi this morning to talk about their exciting discovery of nine gaseous planets. This discovery, along with a recent study of other planets outside our solar system, rocked the established primary theory of how [...]
The Internet has quickly evolved into one of our most important national resources. It is a space for commerce, education, entertainment and socialization. However a recent court decision may change what you have access to through your Internet connection. UC Santa Barbara communication researcher and network neutrality expert KK Holland was on [...]
On this week’s No Alibis Jordan Camp speaks with UCSD Professor of African American History Daniel Widener about his book Black Arts West: Culture and Struggle in Postwar Los Angeles (Duke University Press, 2010).
The Easter Sunday Sierra el Mayor quake in Baja California gave UC Santa Barbara seismologists an opportunity to gather earthquake data close to home. Dr. Sandra Seale, project specialist at UCSB's Institute of Crustal Studies was on the program this morning to shed some light on the mechanics of these major ground shakers and what we can expect [...]
Researchers at the UC Santa Barbara-Sanford|Burnham Center for Nanomedicine just may have unlocked an important door in the treatment of cancerous tumors. The center recently announced the discovery of an amino acid compound called iRGD. iRGD helps existing cancer-fighting chemotherapy drugs penetrate deep into malignant tumors, while leaving [...]
Thursday on Running & Racing, A conversation about Santa Barbara’s summertime racing series “Nite Moves” with founder Jake Clinton.
Thursday April 21st at 8 PM organizer/founder Jake Clinton will be in the KCSB/Running & Racing studio to talk about the history, location, and attendance for this aquathlon event. The race series starts May 5 and goes through Sept. 1, 2010.
Professor George Lipsitz appearing on “Bluesland” and talking about about his new book “Midnight At The Barrelhouse”.
This week on "Bluesland" Professor George Lipsitz will be discussing his new book "Midnight At The Barrelhouse" about R&B star Johnny Otis. We will discuss the life, music, and play some music from Professor Lipsitz R&B collection. "Bluesland" airs Thursdays from 8:30pm-10:00pm.
A conversation with John Loftus organizer of The Gaucho Gallup on “Running & Racing” with host Leo Schumaker
This week on "Running & Racing" host Leo Schumaker talks with John Loftus about the Gaucho Gallup,April 24 on The UCSB campus, and the efforts to raise money for scholarships for future UCSB students. This will be the third race on campus for the UCSB running series. "Running & Racing" airs Thursday 8-8:30 PM.
On this week's No Alibis Jordan Camp and Elizabeth Robinson speak with revolutionary surrealist poet Jayne Cortez and UCSB Professor of Black Studies Clyde Woods. We discuss the blues, surrealist poetry, Cortez's new book On The Imperial Highway: New and Selected Poems (Brooklyn: Hanging Loose Press, 2009), and her upcoming Shirley Kennedy lecture [...]