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“Art of Peace” Features Interviews with Documentary Filmmaker Dirk Simon & Marathoner for Peace David Brown on Weds. at 7pm

On Wednesday, February 10, Philip Le Vasseur, your host for “Art of Peace,” will be interviewing Dirk Simon, director of the new film When the Dragon Swallowed the Sun, a nominee for the Fund for Santa Barbara's "Social Justice Award for Documentary Film" at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The award is given annually during a [...]

A conversation with Momus on The Marketplace of Ideas this week

A conversation with Momus on The Marketplace of Ideas this week

This Thursday on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Nick Currie, better known as Momus. Since the mid-1980s he has led parallel careers in music (with 21 albums out so far), prose, art and journalism, exploring the nexuses between them while traveling the world and examining his favorite cultures. He has most recently turned toward [...]

Rock It Properly presents: “80′s for the Ladies” Feb. 7

Rock It Properly presents: “80′s for the Ladies” Feb. 7

Of her next broadcast (Feb. 7th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly,’ grab a Tab Soda, Break out the Spandex & Checkered Vans because the 80's are coming to KCSB! Profiling the Dudes of Rock, Pop & Techno. With a Special Tribute to John Hughes films. Get ready to rock out!”” “Rock It Properly” [...]

“Art of Peace” Profiles Two Films in Competition for the Fund for SB’s “Social Justice Award” Tonight (Weds., 7-8pm)

On Wednesday, February 3rd, Philip Le Vasseur, your host for “Art of Peace,” will be discussing the Social Justice Award for Documentary Film with a spokesperson for the award's sponsor, Geoff Green (Executive Director of the Fund for Santa Barbara), along with three filmmakers, Joshua King-Ortiz and Mohamed Elsawi of "The University of [...]

Non-Profits Working in Rwanda Featured on This Week’s “Art of Peace” (Weds., 7-8pm)

On Wednesday, January 27th, Philip Le Vasseur, your host for "Art of Peace," will be interviewing Christopher Lowman of Moving Towards Peace and Dr. Lori Leyden of Create Global Healing, both of whom have recently returned from Rwanda. Moving towards Peace has partnered with Create Global Healing, a Santa Barbara-based non profit, to assist [...]

A conversation with economist, rationalist and blogger Robin Hanson on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday

A conversation with economist, rationalist and blogger Robin Hanson on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Robin Hanson, professor of economics at George Mason University, fellow at Oxford's Future of Humanity Institute and chief scientist at Consensus Point. He's also the thinker behind Overcoming Bias, a popular blog about issues of honesty, signaling, disagreement, forecasting and the [...]

Rock It Properly presents: “Locals Only” (Sun., Jan. 24) with Guest Spencer the Gardner

Rock It Properly presents: “Locals Only” (Sun., Jan. 24) with Guest Spencer the Gardner

Of her next broadcast (Jan. 24th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly,’ a lesson in Local bands. Hop on the bus as we take a tour of Santa Barbara's music scene from the 1960's to the present. Special Guest: Spencer Barnitz of "Spencer the Gardener" will join me in the KCSB Studio for some reminiscing. Get [...]

“Funny HA HA” on the Late Night Wars (Part Two), Weds., 6-7am

“Funny HA HA” on the Late Night Wars (Part Two), Weds., 6-7am

On this week’s “Funny HA HA”: Mr. Comedy will be discussing the late night wars between Conan and Leno. Additionally there will be a discussion of how censors change comedians' material for late night shows. But don't worry, plenty of comedy will be played throughout to make you laugh. “Funny Ha Ha” airs Wednesdays this winter from [...]

Now Online: Gardens and Villa Performing Live on “The Freak Power Ticket”

Now Online: Gardens and Villa Performing Live on “The Freak Power Ticket”

On this week’s “Freak Power Ticket," the Santa Barbara-based indie-rock trio Gardens and Villa. Of Monday's broadcast, host Ted Coe says, “The members of Gardens and Villa will shed light on their roots here in Santa Barbara, sharing their musical origins, inspirations, and collaborations. Stay tuned for much music, perfect for a stormy [...]

Popular economist Steven E. Landsburg on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday

Popular economist Steven E. Landsburg on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Steven E. Landsburg, professor of economics at the University of Rochester, Slate's "Everyday Economics" columnist and author of The Big Questions: Tackling the Problems of Philosophy with Ideas from Mathematics, Economics and Physics. A pioneer in the popular-economics genre with his [...]

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