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Film critic David Sterritt on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

Film critic David Sterritt on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to film critic David Sterritt, chairman of the National Society of Film Critics and former longtime critic at the Christian Science Monitor. Sterritt's books, from titles on Jean-Luc Godard and Alfred Hitchcock to more recent ones on B-movies and even the television sitcom The [...]

No Alibis 10/20/10 8am: ‘[Stop] Terrorizing Women’

No Alibis 10/20/10 8am: ‘[Stop] Terrorizing Women’

Professor Rosa-Linda Fregoso discusses her book, 'Terrorizing Women: Feminicide in the Americas'. While the book primarily focuses on Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, it examines the increase in violence against women and the climate of impunity in orther areas of the Americas. She joins Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson at 9:15am. Student activists [...]

‘The (Mis)Shapening of Jazz & Punk to Come’ on “The Freak Power Ticket,” Monday, October 18th

‘The (Mis)Shapening of Jazz & Punk to Come’ on “The Freak Power Ticket,” Monday, October 18th

The Monday, October 18th broadcast of “The Freak Power Ticket” was initially inspired by free jazz legend Ornette Coleman, who will appear with the Ornette Coleman Quartet on Friday, November 5th, at UCSB’s Campbell Hall. Coleman's 1959 album, “The Shape of Jazz to Come” (which alludes to HG Wells’ speculative sci-fi novel “The [...]

Agent Ribbons Live Interview & Profile on “The Freak Power Ticket”

Agent Ribbons Live Interview & Profile on “The Freak Power Ticket”

More than three years ago, the two talented musicians who make up the indie-rock duo Agent Ribbons, guitarist/lead vocalist Natalie Ribbons and drummer/percussionist Lauren Ribbons, appeared on “The Freak Power Ticket” on KCSB. Now, after opening for such luminaries as (fellow Sacramentans) Cake, Camera Obscura (from Scotland), and Girl in a [...]

Rock It Properly presents: I LOVE L.A. (Oct. 10)

Rock It Properly presents: I LOVE L.A. (Oct. 10)

Of her next broadcast (October 10th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly’, Welcome to La La Land! We’ll explore the Best of Southern California Bands and the diverse amount of musical genres represented. Join me on KCSB for Los Angeles Music Trivia. -What was the original name of the all-girl group [...]

Poodle Radio’s Literary and Artistic Field Trip to Left Coast Books

Poodle Radio’s Literary and Artistic Field Trip to Left Coast Books

On this week's Poodle Radio, the radio program of the Santa Barbara Independent, Colin Marshall heads out of the studio to visit Simon Taylor, owner of Old Town Goleta’s newest bookstore. Open for less than two months, Left Coast Books offers not just shelf after shelf of volumes on subjects like travel, philosophy, and visual aesthetics but an [...]

Documentarian Nicholas Sherman on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

Documentarian Nicholas Sherman on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to documentary filmmaker Nicholas Sherman, director of Soundtracker: A Portrait of Gordon Hempton. Hempton, one of the world's best-known field recordists, has dedicated his life to traveling the United States and the world to create "sound portraits" of distinctive places. In [...]

La Marisoul & Gloria Estrada of La Santa Cecilia on “The Freak Power Ticket” Monday 11am-Noon

La Marisoul & Gloria Estrada of La Santa Cecilia on “The Freak Power Ticket” Monday 11am-Noon

Of his next broadcast (October 4th), host Ted Coe says, "On this week’s edition of 'The Freak Power Ticket,' I will be speaking with vocalist La Marisoul and guitarist Gloria Estrada of La Santa Cecilia, a sextet from Los Angeles' Boyle Heights that fuses 'Latin Culture, Rock and World music' (lasantacecilia.com). We’ll discuss their songs, [...]

Rock It Properly presents: WHAT THE FOLK! (Oct. 3)

Rock It Properly presents: WHAT THE FOLK! (Oct. 3)

Of her next broadcast (October 3rd), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly,’ grab your harmonica and have a seat, as we get a lesson in American Folk Music. We will start with the Folk Music Revival of the 1960's, exploring the subgenres of Folk Rock and Psychedelic Folk. Our tour will cover in the modern folk [...]

David Brooks on Santa Barbara Lectures, October 4, 2010

David Brooks on Santa Barbara Lectures, October 4, 2010

Author and columnist David Brooks is featured speaker for Monday, October 4, 2010 on SB Lectures, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Brooks talks about Politics in the Age of Obama. His appearance was sponsored by UCSB's Arts & Lectures program.

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