‘Public Affairs’ Archives
Jazz musician, multi-instrumentalist, painter, composer, performer, educator, and writer Oliver Lake; and UCSB Black Studies/Sociology Professor George Lipsitz. Professor Lipsitz and Mr. Lake will discuss jazz and beyond as part of Mr. Lake’s residency at UCSB’s College of Creative Studies. Oliver Lake is a long-time member and co-founder [...]
James Brown's death, and the film 'Dreamgirls' has stimulated memories of 60s era soul music. Beginning in the late 50s, a number of African American popular performers, including James Brown, tried to connect the freedom movement to the musical mainstream. This week's show presents a collage of some of the key songs in that vein. Another program [...]
This Friday, The Friday Riff will interview Professor of Ethnomusicology and director of the UCSB Middle East Ensemble, Scott Marcus, and saxophonist and fellow KCSB programmer, Colter Frazier. Prof. Marcus will discuss the complex role of music in Islam, and discuss issues featured in his recent book, Music in Egypt (Oxford U. Press, 2007). Mr. [...]
Tune in to Pythagorean Flux on Thursday, 2/15/07, 11 a.m., to hear an interview with Lejla Mavris, the director of Global Majority, an international local and regional mediation firm based in Monterey, CA promoting a fundamentally new manner of thinking in global relations. Global Majority "calls upon state and non-state actors, including persons [...]
Dr. Venerable was interviewed on the Pythagorean Flux show on Feb. 1, 2007. He received his M. S. and Ph. D in chemistry from the University of Chicago, and has authored many books. The former Argonne National Laboratory radiochemist is cited in Who's Who in America and is published in such diverse areas as Chemistry, Organization Systems [...]
If you have ever been interested in programming on KCSB as a music DJ, news or sports broadcaster, or would just like to volunteer, come to the Winter Orientation meeting on Tuesday, January 16th, at 5:30pm at the Multicultural Center Lounge on the UCSB campus. There will be an informational session, sign-ups for training, and the paperwork you [...]
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Stanley Naftaly, host of Jazz Straight Ahead , will be interviewing The Blind Boys of Alabama's drummer/vocalist of 17 years, Ricky McKinnie, on this week's show (11am-1pm, Weds., Dec. 20th), one day ahead of that acclaimed gospel band's Christmas concert at the Marjorie Luke Theater (see below), an event sponsored by KCSB in conjunction with [...]
Thank you to all of those who supported KCSB during our on-air Fund Drive from November 6th through the 15th. During that time, KCSB was able to raise $26,000 to maintain the station, from listeners like you.