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“Patriotic” Cuisine Featured on “Dining with Dave” Tonight

This week on "Dining with Dave": Independence Day has come and gone, but we celebrate the freedom of July 4th. We're talkin' hot dogs, for a very patriotic Dining with Dave. On the show, a look at the famed Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on Coney Island, PLUS, Dave's look at hot dogs in the Good Land, Goleta, CA. "Dining with Dave" airs [...]

A conversation about Brian Eno on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday

A conversation about Brian Eno on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to David Sheppard, musician, music journalist and author of On Some Faraway Beach: The Life and Times of Brian Eno. Sheppard's new book traces the upbringing and career of Eno, who rose to fame as an androgynous, otherworldly synthesizer player in the 1970s avant-rock band Roxy Music. [...]

Publishing consultant and former Soft Skull editorial director Richard Eoin Nash on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday

Publishing consultant and former Soft Skull editorial director Richard Eoin Nash on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Richard Eoin Nash, who ran the acclaimed small publisher Soft Skull Press from 2001 to March of this year. Willamette Week called Soft Skull's offerings under Nash "solidly grounded, daringly provocative food for the brain", and Quill & Quire called the company "one of the most visible [...]

Sports Cancellations

This weekend's two broadcasts of UCSB baseball have been removed from the KCSB schedule due to the Jesusita Fire changing their locations. Thanks for understanding.

Jesusita Fire: Friday Morning Update

As of 7 a.m. this morning: City of Santa Barbara Fire spokesperson John Ahlman said he traveled along Foothill Road (Highway 192) and believes the fire did not cross south of Foothill. The fire did make a run under San Roque bridge, but it didn’t get too far. … The homes that burned overnight were above Foothill Road, in that hilly interface [...]

Writer Clive James Interviewed on Today’s “Marketplace of Ideas” (Tuesday, 8am)

Writer Clive James Interviewed on Today’s “Marketplace of Ideas” (Tuesday, 8am)

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas a conversation about the life of the cultural polymath with critic, novelist, journalist, poet, songwriter, documentarian and television personality Clive James. James' new collection of poetry, Opal Sunset: Selected Poems 1958-2008, is James' first book of verse published in the United States. It follows up [...]

Alex Beam Talks Great Books of the Western World on “Marketplace of Ideas,” Tues., 8am

Alex Beam Talks Great Books of the Western World on “Marketplace of Ideas,” Tues., 8am

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, a conversation about the Encyclopædia Britannica's Great Books of the Western World with journalist Alex Beam, author of A Great Idea at the Time: The Rise, Fall and Curious Afterlife of the Great Books. Launched in 1952 by "boy wonder" University of Chicago president Robert Hutchins and philosopher Mortimer [...]

Simon Blackburn Discusses Philosopher David Hume on “Marketplace of Ideas” (Tues., Dec. 2nd)

Simon Blackburn Discusses Philosopher David Hume on “Marketplace of Ideas” (Tues., Dec. 2nd)

On Tuesday's The Marketplace of Ideas, a conversation about David Hume, the greatest British philosopher of all time, with Simon Blackburn, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge, Research Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina and a vice-president of the British Humanist Association. His new book, How to [...]

News Story: Yes on Measure D

Isla Vista residents are voting on Nov. 4, deciding whether or not the IVRPD should swap land with the county of Santa Barbara; Measure D aims to build underground parking structures as well as a new IV Community Center (which would house the IV Teen Center). It would also allow mixed-use development of Pardall Gardens park. Opponents of Measure D [...]

Prof. David Friedman Talks “Technology & Freedom in an Uncertain World” on the Next “Marketplace of Ideas,” Tues. at 8am

Prof. David Friedman Talks “Technology & Freedom in an Uncertain World” on the Next “Marketplace of Ideas,” Tues. at 8am

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, a conversation with David Friedman, professor of law at Santa Clara University and author of the classic work of 20th-century political philosophy The Machinery of Freedom. In his new book, Future Imperfect: Technology and Freedom in an Uncertain World, Friedman explores the law, the economics and the very [...]

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