This week in the Arcade, War Pig and Poxy discuss the 1933 Universal classic,
The Invisible Man. Ragan will host a series of disasterous call ins, and Matt
C spins all sorts of great records.
This episode of WPA is limited to one hour of content since it is a pilot ...
All summer Trump has ranted about how Portland is being burned down by
radical anarchist Antifa mobs. Of course Portland has not burned down, but as
we speak, much of Oregon actually is on fire, wildfires inflamed by Trump’s
flagrant disregard and denial of impending climat...
Another Monday afternoon, another Sampler. A great selection of music
featuring both classic and contemporary jazz. Also DK Holm reviews Coup 53,
and I'm Thining of Ending Things. And, Fortunato will look at the final Star
Wars movie. This Show Is Really It!
Adam Carpinelli interviews musician Jeremy Young with Soundfly about their
most recent project: Behind the Bars: A Week Dedicated to Music In, About,
and From Prisons. This special editorial series exclusively features content
that covers music initiatives and recordings fr...
Tonight we present a radio adaptation of a classic film noir, Murder My
Sweet, adapted from the hard boiled detective novel by Raymond Chandler. An
ex con hires PI Philip Marlowe to find his ex girlfriend, Velma; at the same
time he is hired to protect a man as he makes a p...
On Tuesday Sept. 22, 2020 at 11:30 a.m. Joseph Gallivan interviews painter V.
Maldonado about their new show “After The End of the World” which runs at
Froelick Gallery until October 10, 2020. V talks about his use of abstraction
to address issues such as white supremacy an...
"In The Fish & The Dove, Mary-Kim Arnold’s lyrical scope sweeps across
intersecting terrains, moving through time to capture the history of
occupation and legacy war in Korea, through the delicate tethers between
biological mother, adoptive mother, motherland and daughter, ...
Today we get to speak with Jessica Janson, a coordinator for Animal Place's
Food For Thought campaign. The campaign works with various animal welfare,
social justice, and environmental organizations to adopt animal- and earth-
friendly menu policies for fundraising and spon...
The theme for September is "Labor," and the featured guest is Megan Alpert.
Megan Alpert grew up in the suburbs of New York City and has since lived in
St. Paul, Seattle, Boston, Washington, DC, and Quito, Ecuador. She is the
recipient of an Orlando Poetry Prize from A Room...
Today it was announced that long-time KBOO program Press*Watch would no
longer be airing. We know that this is a surprise to listeners of the show.
Press*Watch host Theresa had originally announced that she was taking a short
break from her program, but ultimately decide...
KBOO will be accepting applications for new programs from September 1st
through the 14th!
We are excited and honored to bring new voices and unique perspectives to the
No radio experience required. Some audio editing skills preferred.
New Volunteers will be ex...
**APPLICATIONS DUE BY September 23, 2020**
Hi KBOO members!
It takes all of us to manage this great community resource, and we need your
help by joining our Board of Directors! This is a great opportunity for
you to become part of the team that is guiding our daily work...
It's KBOO's Fall Membership Drive! We are trying to raise $80,000 by October
31st. We aren't in the station to take your calls but you can show your
support by giving online.
Please urge everyone you know to make a contribution at www.kboo.fm/give
Can you help spread the w...