Recent Blog Posts

"If the Electoral Process Does Work for you, what does?

This morning, March 10 on  "More Talk Radio" we are focusing about how people work for social and political change.  While electoral politics, continues to dominate much of the news this year, people have a variety of views of its effectiveness and alternative ways for soci... Read more

Pulse of the Blue Planet to spotlight Rebeca Matta of Brazil on Sunday, March 23, 8 to 10 pm

REBECA MATTARebeca Matta holds a special place in the Brazilian contemporary musical scenario. The composer revealsin her work a singular opening to different rhythms and musical influences, such as trip-hop, rock, industrialpop and MPB (Brazilian Popular Music). In 1998, h... Read more

Girls Rock!

 Girls Rock!  the movie about Portland’s Rock and Roll Camp for Girls  which has inspired other girls rock camps opens March 7 at Cinema 21.Be there! Reviewed on the Old Mole Variety Hour 3-3-08. Read more

The Ani DiFranco show is sold out!

I was hoping to see Ani's show here at the Crystal on Friday April 18. My bad, my very bad, for not going to get tickets. I almost cried when I heard the show is sold out. I've seen Ani play live countless times over the years but not in the recent past. And not since she's... Read more

CLR James

Born in Trinidad in 1901, CLR James was a leftist writer and social theorist until his death in 1989. In the 1930s, he worked for West Indian Independence, and moved to Britain, where he wrote a number of novels, and was the cricket reporter for the Manchester Guardian. ... Read more

Jump Into the Volunteer Pool NOW! It's time for the Spring Membership Drive

Ah, the birds are migrating, the flowers are budding, and spring is getting springy,  must be time for the KBOO Spring Membership Drive!  The Drive runs on air from Saturday, March 22nd through Friday, April 11th; and we need to fill over 900 volunteer shifts.  This is a gr... Read more