A starting point for the discussion, from 2nd Wednesday co-host Jacqueline
Keeler, Portland-based Native American writer and activist, enrolled in the
Navajo Nation and of Yankton Dakota descent:
The reality is that most non-Native Americans can live and die for
Due to technical reasons, we we're able to present our recorded November
show. So we recorded it again for this month, covering about the same
material. Have a good solstice, dear listerners!
Tis the season of persimmon and host Glen Andresen and guest Jim Gilbert
KBOO's historical storehouse of special, unique programming
is here today to remember Dave by. Yes, he preferred to be a sideman.
Vocal requests at the end.
We'll also slip in a West Side Story tune
just before Steven Spielberg's new movie release December 10.
Today on Jonesy, we we pay tribute to arguably Oregon’s greatest writer,
Ursula K. Le Guin. I’m sure Ken Kesey would have loved to arm wrestle her
for the title, but I think he’d lose. Ursula was not only a brilliant and
prolific author, but an activist for the environment ...
Music lifted our spirits once again in 2021 - so much fantastic new folk and
roots music! Join us on the Cascadia Coffeehouse this Friday from 5:30 to
7am to hear some of my favorite releases from the past year, including
Rhiannon Giddens & Francesco Turrisi, John Reischma...
This week we discuss the new Steven Spielberg version of West Side Story,
with actor and coach Kurt Conroyd, while Jeff Godsil considers Brigitte
Bardot in ... And God Created Woman, then Matthew of KBOO's Gremlin Time on
F.P. 1 Doesn't Answer, features Conrad Veidt as t...
Hello, and welcome to the 17th episode of "A Matter Of Public Records". My
show description states the following "John Cage said "Most musicians can't
hear a single sound. They listen only to the relationship between two or more
This show will be about exploring an...
On Monday morning's December edition of Rhythm Shack, we'll celebrate with
holiday/Christmas/New Year themed roots music! We'll hear classics from
Darlene Love (pictured), Otis Redding, Stevie Wonder, George Harrison, Muddy
Waters, Elvis Costello, Allman Brothers, B.B. ...
Please email resume and cover letter to manager [at] kboo [dot] org by
Wednesday, November 17, 2021. In your cover letter, please answer the
following: "How do you hope to integrate the values of justice, equity,
diversity, inclusion, and belonging into your work as KB...