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“Culture of Protest” Plays ‘Songs After Labor Day’ on Thurs., 6-7pm

Professor Dick Flacks writes: "This week on 'Culture of Protest' (Thursday, 6-7pm PDT), we'll hear a sampling of newly released songs (classic and contemporary) relating to work, workers, and the workers' movement--songs that depict some dire conditions, but suggest potentials for change." That's "Culture of Protest," this Thursday, Sept. 4th, [...]

“Culture of Protest” Marks 45th Anniversary of The Great March on Washington (Thurs., 6-7pm)

Professor Dick Flacks writes of the next broadcast of KCSB's "Culture of Protest" (Thursday, August 28, 6-7pm): "We mark the 45th anniversary of the Great March on Washington for jobs and freedom. In addition to 'I have a dream,' you'll hear a variety of other voices reflecting the lost memory that the March was the result of a diverse coalition [...]

On Tues., Aug. 26th, “Roadtunes Sessions” Talks Spoken Word Poetry with Rebekah Meredith of UCSB’s MultiCultural Center

Listen up! "Roadtunes Sessions" host Andy Doerr will chat with UCSB MultiCultural Center staff member Rebekah Meredith this coming Tuesday, August 26, at 10:15 am. She will share selections of her own spoken word poetry and talk about an upcoming MCC event, "A Mic & Dim Lights: Spoken Word and Open Mic" where HBO Def Poet and internationally [...]

KCSB’s Ted Coe and Harry Lawton Talk Docs on “The Freak Power Ticket” Movie Special

During the first hour of Monday, August 18th's broadcast of "The Freak Power Ticket" (9-11am on Monday mornings all summer), host Ted Coe discussed a handful of recent documentary films with guest host Harry Lawton (a UCSB professor emeritus), including Man on Wire (now playing in Santa Barbara and around the country), Trumbo (about blacklisted [...]

Folk Singer David Rovics Warms Up for Area Performance with KCSB Interview

Folk Singer David Rovics Warms Up for Area Performance with KCSB Interview

Five years ago, KCSB brought folk musician David Rovics to the University of California, Santa Barbara campus for a live performance. He’s been back in our area a few times since, with his latest concert scheduled for Monday night, August 18th, in Oxnard. No less an expert than Amy Goodman has called Rovics' songs "the musical version of [...]

Tonight’s “Culture of Protest” To Discuss the Musical “Ragtime” (Thurs., Aug. 14, 6-7pm)

Tonight’s “Culture of Protest” To Discuss the Musical “Ragtime” (Thurs., Aug. 14, 6-7pm)

"Culture of Protest" host, Professor Dick Flacks, says of tonight’s scheduled broadcast: "Ragtime, based on E.L. Doctorow's masterpiece of a novel, is a musical now on stage at the PCPA Theaterfest in Solvang. The play is a kind of celebration of the ways in which social movements in the early 20th century transformed American life and [...]

Trevor Beld-Jimenez of Tall Tales & the Silver Lining on “Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, Aug. 11, 9-11am)!

Trevor Beld-Jimenez of Tall Tales & the Silver Lining on “Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, Aug. 11, 9-11am)!

Today's broadcast of "The Freak Power Ticket" (Monday, 9-11am PDT) will feature an in-studio appearance by Trevor Beld-Jimenez -- the creative force behind Ventura's alt-country group Tall Tales and the Silver Lining -- and possibly percussionist Brian Granillo (both also play in the indie-rock quartet Franklin for Short), and other special [...]

Members of Le Petit Protest Appear Live on “The Freak Power Ticket,” 9-11am, Today!

Members of Le Petit Protest Appear Live on “The Freak Power Ticket,” 9-11am, Today!

Three of the members of the Dylanesque indie-rock group, Le Petit Protest, from Lompoc, California (drummer Mic Sing, singer/guitarist Randall Sena, and bassist Brice Ogan, all pictured at the Ventura Art Barn, above), will be special guests on the next installment of "The Freak Power Ticket" (Monday, 9-11am PDT). Tune into the broadcast, or [...]

Today! Port O’Brien Set for KCSB “Snaggle-tooth” Appearance (3-4pm) & Muddy Waters Concert

Today! Port O’Brien Set for KCSB “Snaggle-tooth” Appearance (3-4pm) & Muddy Waters Concert

Indie-folk group Port O’Brien, from Oakland, California, are slated to drop by the KCSB-FM studios from 3-4pm today (Wednesday, July 9th). They’re scheduled for a conversation with DJ Mammary, the host of “Snaggle-tooth” (airing Wednesdays from 1-4pm) and possibly a performance (in rearranged studios a bit cramped due to ceiling repairs [...]

KCSB 91.9 FM’s Gap Fire Coverage

KCSB 91.9 FM’s Gap Fire Coverage

New Gap Fire Photos! (click here) (Photo of the Santa Barbara County Gap Fire, courtesy of UCSB student Ryan Gangstamari, taken on a rooftop on Del Playa drive in Isla Vista.) KCSB 91.9 FM broadcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the base of Storke Tower at the University of California, Santa Barbara campus. Our staff and programmers [...]

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