Harry Lawton and Elia Vargas discuss the status of the 23rd annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Featuring reviews and short analysis of the many films, and Q & A from the Cuban American Documentary "The Man of Two Havanas."
Today: Gahl Shottan on Proposition 92, funding for community colleges; Jordan Katz on the upcoming Global Energy Summit; Erika Stern on Goleta Beach County Park erosion; and a Question and Answer with Father Gregory Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries. Announcer: Erika Stern. Engineer: Karla Beltran.
Today: Candlelight vigil for missing SBCC student Brianna Denison, Voter Registration Among UC Students (Jackie Sheely); Annual Santa Barbara Channel Relay Swim (Cathy Murillo); Text Book Prices Meeting (Vanessa Molano); Announcements by Mitch Sandberg. Announcer: Vanessa Molano.
Leonora Howard on the election turmoil in Kenya; Ariana Van Beurden reports on anniversary of Roe v. Wade; Harry Lawton with a Film Festival update. Announcer: Amy Kalra. Engineer: Josh Steele.
Keynote speech by Antioch Prof. Hymon Johnson at Martin Luther King Day event at Marjorie Luke Theater; headlines by Josh Steele, Gilbert Vasquez, and Breanna Quam. Announcer: Gilbert Vasquez. Engineer: Karla Beltran.
Today: Excerpt from speech by Hillary Clinton, who came to UCSB campus on Jan. 17, as well as interview with Amanda Wolff, disappointed student who didn't get into Clinton event. Also, Pastor Wallace Shepherd on upcoming Martin Luther King Day events. Reporting by Cathy Murillo; Josh Steele, engineer.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be broadcast live here on KCSB 91.9 FM! She was originally scheduled to begin her town-hall rally at 6:45 p.m., but there are rumors the start-time may be pushed back to 8 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. ... Listen to your radio (91.9 FM) or listen via our webcast. Thanks to KCSB's Bryan Brown, Jackie [...]
Tune in on Friday, January 18, 6-8 p.m.!! KCSB Film and Culture Correspondent Harry Lawton will once again bring KCSB listeners a two-hour preview of this year's Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Interviewees include film festival director Roger Durling, Russ Spencer (curator of the SB Independent filmmakers), Cristina Venegas (in charge [...]
An excerpt from a lecture presentation by Rebecca Solnit, author of the book "Storming the Gates of Paradise: Landscapes for Politics." This segment is from the question and answer period that followed the lecture, which took place at Campbell Hall in October of 2007. Listen for the entire lecture later this month on KCSB's acclaimed Santa Barbara [...]
An interview with Emily Allen, an advocate for the mentally ill and homeless in Santa Barbara. KCSB film and culture correspondent Harry Lawton on the upcoming Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Coming Mon., Jan. 21: events to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.