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FA L L P L E D G E D R I V E SEPT. 14 - OCT. 5SUPPORT KBOO!Our goal for the Fall Pledge Drive is $175,000, and this fall KBOO has the opportunity to secure government matching funds from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. If we collect enough local funds by September 30, KBOO will be eligible to receive an additional $250,000 in govern-ment funding over the next four years! Help to secure the financial future of your community radio station by pledging your support.
During the drive, you can call 503/232-8818 or 1-877/500-5266 to join or renew. If you want to donate online, visit www.kboo.fm, and click “Join.” Donate to your favorite program, choose a thank-you gift, and pay by credit card, bill, monthly deduction — or just print the form and mail in a check.
MATCHING GIFTSMake your gift to KBOO go even farther… If you are able to give a gift of at least $500, consider doubling your money by sponsoring a matching challenge during the drive. You can offer to match every gift during the show of your choice up to the amount you choose. It’s a great way to motivate others so that we can reach our goal and end the pledge drive early! To make a matching gift, please contact at Jana Daisy-Ensign at: [email protected] or 503/231-8032, ext. 207.
VOLUNTEERThis is your chance to meet great people, enjoy great food and become an active part of your favorite station. Call 503/231-8032 to schedule phone-answering shifts (also see schedule below for training times). We run from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm plus weekends. No experience is necessary — just a positive attitude and a desire to support our community.
PLEDGE DRIVE TRAINING SCHEDULEPHONE ANSWERING TRAINING: Tues. 8/30 & Tues. 9/6, 6:30-8:30 pm, Sat. 9/3 & Sun. 9/4, 3 - 5:00 pmINTRO TO PITCHING TRAINING: Sat. 9/3, 12:30-2:30 pm, Sun. 9/11, 2 - 4:00 pm, Tues. 9/13, 6:30-8:30 pm PITCHING FOR PROGRAMMERS: Wed. 8/31 & Wed. 9/7, 6:30-8:30 pm, , Sat. 9/10, 1:00 - 3:00 pmSUPERVISOR TRAINING: Sun. 9/11, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
F A L L S W E E P S T A K E SEnter now to win a shopping spree all around town with KBOO! Support community radio and win $2,000 worth of gift certificates for: Flexcar, Music Millennium, Spa Willamina, Mirador Community Store, Gazelle Natural Fibre Clothing, Citybikes Workers Cooperative, Cotton Cloud Futons and Furniture, People’s Food Cooperative, Finnegan’s Toys, and Rejuvenation Day Spa.
Check your mail for details. Deadline for entry is Friday, September 16th at noon, so don’t delay. The winner will be announced on-air Saturday, September 17th at noon! — Jana Daisy-Ensign, Membership Coordinator
AN EXERCISE IN MEDIA DEMOCRACY: K B O O ’ S A N N U A L B O A R D E L E C T I O NAt stake … KBOO’s direction in the years to come.
This year, seven spots on a 12-member Board of Directors are up for election, and 19 members are in the race. As KBOO citizens, you decide.
There are three ways to get informed:• Read the written candidate statements that come with your ballot.• Tune in to the live on-air candidate debates, 6:00 to 7:00 pm, Tuesday Sept. 6 through
Thursday Sept. 8.• Come to the KBOO annual membership meeting, to meet the candidates, ask them ques-
tions, and extract their promises — before you cast your ballot in person. [Ballots can also be mailed in, if you’re unable to attend the annual meeting.]
K B O O A N N U A L M E M B E R S H I P M E E T I N GSunday Sept. 25, 1:00 - 3:00 pm, Nocturnal, 1800 E. Burnside, PortlandFood and drink provided. All KBOO members welcome.KBOO’s Annual Membership Meeting is the one time of the year members come together as a body — to meet each other, tell Board and staff members what you think, and learn more about the station, including how you can become more involved.
KBOO’s Board President and Station Manager will give you an update on the health and direction of the station. And you’ll have a chance to meet, hear, and question candidates for the Board of Directors of your radio station before turning in your ballot at 2:00 pm. Then, ballots will be counted — those mailed in plus those cast in person — and the newly elected Board will be announced.
KBOO is an experiment in media democracy. It survives on your dues. To thrive, it needs your input. — Don McIntosh, Board member and Labor Radio Collective member
m o n d a y10:30 am: Earthwatch 9/5: Monday on the Environment with Scott Forrester 9/12: The Dirtbag on the why-do and how-to of cover crops in your vegetable beds. Plus, host Glen Andresen takes your gardening calls.
11:00 am: Democracy Now Hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
3:00 pm: Rockaholics Anonymous9/5: Swing Shift Rock ’n Roll. Overtime with CCR/Airplane/Sam & Dave/Kinks/sixties garage.9/12: Elvis Wannabees 1956-59. Once was too much, no dice for Roc LaRue, Huey Long, Vern Pullens and other posers.9/19: Cass Elliot b. 1943. Mugwumps and Mamas. Also Moby Grape/Shadows/Temptations/Standells.9/26: Eve of Destruction Sept ‘65 Billboard featuring the Yardbirds/Castaways/Spoonful/DC5/Sonny & Cher.
6:00 pm: Labor RadioA weekly program about working people, the labor movement, and organizing.9/5: The State of the Union: A special broadcast from Oaks Park, site of Portland’s multi-union Labor Day picnic. Bill Zimmerman hosts.9/12: Back from the Grave: President Bush’s plan to privatize Social Security has returned, in undead form, as a bill to hand over the trust fund to Wall Street. Ken Allen hosts.9/19: Health care costs continue to soar, draining workers’ wallets and taking the place of annual raises. Could the health care industry’s outrageous profits and outsized CEO pay have something to do with it? Kevin Card hosts.9/26: Adding Insult to Injury: Oregon’s workers comp system is aban-doning injured workers in order to keep down costs for business. Host Don McIntosh interviews injured worker activist Ernie Del Mazzo.
9:00 pm: The Celtic Hour9/5: Labor Day: Songs of the Workers of the World9/12: Remembrance of the September 11th, 2001 attacks9/19: Focus on English singer June Tabor and celebration of Autumnal Equinox9/26: Focus on French guitarist/singer Pierre Bensusan and the duo of Liz Carroll from Chicago and Irish guitarist John Doyle
10:00 pm: Talking Earth9/5: Distinguished Japanese-American poet Lawson Inada joined his friend Vern Rutsala to read at the Nikkei Center in Portland in February. Barbara LaMorticella talks to Inada by phone from Ashland, and plays excerpts from Inada’s February reading, which featured his own work and haiku written by interned Japanese Americans in the internment camps where, with his family, Inada spent WWII.9/12: Tattoo Tales from The Sea Tramp parlor on SE Grand. Needle maestro Jeff Johnson, sci-fi short story author. Other voices on what a tattoo means. Art? Pain? Walt Curtis hosts.
airs M-F: 7:30 & 11 am, 3 & 7 pm. Sat-Sun: 9 am, 12 noon, 3 & 6 pm. Email Calendar items to [email protected] or fax to 503/231-7145.
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Which ones will get your vote? This broadcast will help you decide.
Thurs. Sept. 1, 6:00 - 9:00 pm African American Open HouseKBOO’s African American Programmers hold their first open house — at the station and live on the air. Tune in and call in to hear and speak with your favorite programmers. Or come on down to the station and join the fun. Share your voice and perspective live on-air and find out how to get involved in community radio: news, music, public affairs and volunteering.
6:00 pm: Africa On Fire9/29: Tune in for news and information the corporate media won’t divulge. We’ll talk to local immigrants and refugees and relay northwest and international African news. Join host Marianne Fry. Africa is on Fire!
7:00 pm: Good TimesSoul, R & B, Reggae with Community News9/1: Meet the Soul Strip Special9/8: Lockdown & Prison Special9/15: Back to School9/22: “What Was Disco?”9/29: Four Star Special
9:00 pm: A Different Nature9/1: Musique Concrète: Met Life. Four field record-ing/composed-response portraits from a recording label series which explores unusual locations in major cities, in this case: a Boston street underpass, an evening bike ride through The Hague, street workers in Buenos Aires, and the city dump in Seattle.9/8: The Palm Court. Becuase fall equinox falls during a pledge drive, we’re celebrating two weeks early with the cabaret-styled compositions of Kurt Weill.9/15: Classics, Antiques and Curios: Early Eno. After leaving Roxy Music, he recorded a series of ground-breaking, genre-generating electronic/rock albums which made him the darling of the avant garde for over a decade.9/22: Surprise Night.9/29: Dr. Eugene Chadbourne. An evening of bizarre-
yet-friendly guitar plucking and riffing, blending free-form jazz improvisation with free-range, hard-core country and western, bluegrass, old-time music and extremely grungy rock and roll.
f r i d a yNews & Public Affairs Day Friday Sept. 23, 7:30 am - 9:00 pmYou know the drill. Tune in for the lectures, inter-views, news and reviews you won’t hear anywhere else. Authors, thinkers, activists — it’s the best of alternative media, and a favorite with KBOO listeners.
Pledge Drive Special Friday Sept. 30, 9:00 - 11:00 amAll I know at press time is that something unforgettable is being planned. Stay tuned to find out what!
11:00 am: Democracy Now Hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
6:00 pm: Bread & Roses9/9: Hope Begins When Fear Ends. Portland’s response to the anniversary of September 11, 2001. Interviews with participants and a preview of the “Global Portland Festival 2005,” which will take place at Holladay Park in the afternoon of September 11. Hosted by Gabriele Ross.9/23: From Morocco to Multnomah, tune in to hear a variety of women talk about life where they come from. Brooke hosts.9/30: West Bank Stories. Members of the International Women’s Peace Service share their recent experiences. Crystal hosts.
Friday Sept 23, 9:00 pm - midnight The Priestess of Soul, Nina Simone February 1933 - April 2003 Three hours of sensational, smoldering Simone, from the fifties forward. Nina Simone composed over 500 songs, recorded almost 60 albums, and was the first woman to win the Jazz Cultural Award. Get your fire extinguishers out and turn on the fans … it’s going to get warm in the house. Rabia hosts.
11:00 pm: Randomonium9/2: station2station. It’s First Friday, that means it’s time to tune in for more live local music. Folkrum will be rocking the house, here at the KBOO studios and on your radio dial. Isabel hosts.9/9: Anneliese hosts9/16: Andrew Geller hosts9/23: pre-empted by Nina
Simone9/30: KBOO Youth Collective
s a t u r d a yGrateful Dead Marathon Sat. Sept. 17, Noon - MidnightTwelve hours of unforgettable deadness.
11:00 pm - 1:00 am9/3, 9/17: Your Blue Room with Chihiro9/10, 9/24: Music People Hate with Claire
1:00 - 6:00 am9/3, 9/17: Higher Reasoning Reggae9/10, 9/24: 1:00 - 3:00 am, Unsound Sound Asylum with Rolf — a sonic trip into experimental eclectica. Then from 3:00 – 6:00 am, Higher Reasoning Reggae
s u n d a y8:00 pm: Environments East/West9/4: Chinese programming with Victor Leo9/11: Hmong Voice with Chong Vang9/18, 9/25: TBA
9:00 – 10:00 pm9/4, 9/18: Lost in Time9/11, 9/25: Dog & Pony Show
3:00 am: Hypnopomp“The partially conscious state that precedes complete awakening from sleep”3:30 The Confessional4:00 The Adventures of Jack Flanders
9/19: Pledge special. Genius, madness, mayhem? Barbara hosts. Turn money to good poetry karma with your pledge!9/26: Open mic with Walt. Call in your poetry. Suicide Haiku: Man fishing/ in shrinking gene pool / hooks last gene – / Jumps in — Ferlinghetti
11:00 pm: Radio Theater Hour9/5: The Ubu Hour. The Intelligently Designed Ubu Hour Back-To-School Special, plus the sound-art poem The End of Oil.9/12: The Listeners: Third Anniversary Special! Celebrate three years of completely improvised radio theater with a very special hour of, you guessed it, Completely Improvised Radio Theater! 9/26: The Sudden Radio Project. Dear Mom, I’m stuck inside the twisted aural web of this radio theatre group and the only way you can set me free is to listen Monday night. K...Boo! Your active hearing of this com-plex, thought-provoking, silly performance releases me from their squishy, cuddly grip. Love, Wilbur. p.s. They have a special guest star, but not Uncle Horace!9/19: Gremlin Time. Each month, Fortunato and the different members of the 3D Radio Players read stories of High Adventure, True Romance and Thilling Mystery, by some of the best writers of all time. It’s the Bedtime Radio Show for Grown-ups. Where Fiction is Fun.
t u e s d a y9:00 am: Between the Covers 9/6: Jim Schumock interviews poet Donald Hall about his memoir of the pleasures and pains of literary mar-riage, The Best Day The Worst Day: Life with Jane Kenyon. At 9:30 Patricia Welch, O.B. Hill and Emma Jackson Ford host Black Book Talk.9/13: Tune in at 9:00 as Jim Schumock interviews David McCullough, author of 1776, an insightful look into a pivotal year in American history.9/20: Best Books Special. Tune in and call in for this perennial favorite. 9/27: Pledge Drive Special. Tune in to find out!
10:30 am: Stage and Studio with Dmae Roberts9/6: Defunkt Theatre’s “The Flu Season” by Will Eno9/13: Minh Tran’s Cambodian Dance work9/20: Pledge Drive Edition with Portland Center Stage9/27: Pledge Drive Edition with Oregon Ballet Theatre
11:00 am: Democracy Now Hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
1:00 pm: World Music 9/6: Accidental Tourist with Kathy Fors9/13: Back To The Islands with Ron Scott9/20: Indonesian Memories with Ron Scott9/27: TBA
Tues. Sept. 6, 6:00 - 7:00 pm Live on-air KBOO Board Candidates DebateNineteen KBOO members want to lead your radio station. Seven seats on the Board are up for election. Which ones will get your vote? This broadcast will help you decide.
6:00 pm: Out Loud9/13: Did you know people are planning for a LGBTQ Community Center in Portland? Susan from QCenter, Portland’s queer community center which is currently in the development and planning phase, will be our guest.9/27: Debbie from Sensory Perceptions, organizers of the Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (Oct 14 to Oct 20),
will be our guest. Make a pledge and get a Film Festival Pass as a gift from Sensory Perceptions & KBOO!
w e d n e s d a y7:30 am: Locus Focus9/28: This edition of the Whole Communities Radio Project features: How does cultural develop-ment foster healthy, sustainable communities, and create the kinds of neighborhood places to which people want to walk?
9:00 am: Morning RadioZine9/7: At 9:00 am, BikeTalk9/14, 9/28: At 9:00 it’s MovieTalk with reviews of the latest films.9/21: Veteran’s Voicesomething TK from Andrew in here and it will go for a few lines probably.
11:00 am: Democracy Now Hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
3:30 pm: Astralogy9/21: Join Isabel in celebrating the seven-year anniver-sary of Astralogy!!! Her favorite local band, Plans vs. The Sea, will be performing live in the studio for this pledge drive event.
6:00 pm: Circle-A Radio9/21 & 10/5: Two-part special on gentrification in Portland.
Wed. Sept. 7, 6:00 - 7:00 pm Live on-air KBOO Board Candidates DebateNineteen KBOO members want to lead your radio station. Seven seats on the Board are up for election. Which ones will get your vote? This broadcast will help you decide.
t h u r s d a y10:30 am: Art Focus9/1, 9/8, 9/15 & 9/22: Tune in as host Julie Bernard talks to performers and organizers from PICA’s renowned Time Based Art festival (TBA), which takes place this year in Portland from Sept. 9 through 18. 9/29: Julie interviews Portland artist and muralist Tom Kramer.
11:00 am: Democracy Now Hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
Bob Dylan: A Complete Unknown Thursday September 29, noon - 5:00 pmHot on the heels of the new, Martin Scorcese-directed Dylan documentary, No Direction Home, The SongCircle’s Jeff Rosenberg hosts KBOO’s annual autumnal Bobfest! We’ll delve even deeper into the darker corners of Dylan’s discography, with unheard live and studio tracks and rare interviews. Plus, an exclusive KBOO conversation with legendary critic and Dylan scholar Greil Marcus! And lots of Bob-related goodies for membership gifts. How does it feel?
Thurs. Sept. 8, 6:00 - 7:00 pm Live on-air KBOO Board Candidates DebateNineteen KBOO members want to lead your radio station. Seven seats on the Board are up for election.
KBOO Listener’s Guide Volume 38, Issue 9 The KBOO Listener’s Guide is a monthly publication for KBOO members and listeners. KBOO is owned and operated by The KBOO Foundation a not-for-profit corporation, and is a member of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, West Coast Public Radio, and the Consortium for Public Broadcasting in Oregon. KBOO Community Radio • 503/231-8032 • www.kboo.fm20 SE 8th Ave., Portland, OR 97214 • Studio Line 503/231-8187 Fax 503/231-7145. Pledge Line 503/232-8818 or 877/500-5266
KBOO STAFFINTERIM STATION MANAGER: Wiley G. Barnett (x201) ([email protected])PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Chris Merrick (x204)([email protected])MORNING NEWS/PUBLlC AFFAIRS: Kathleen Stephenson (x202)([email protected])INTERIM EVENING NEWS/PUBLlC AFFAIRS: Jamie Heim & Julie Sabatier (x203)([email protected])VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: Ani Haines (x213)([email protected])FINANCE COORDINATOR: Michael Maggard (x208)([email protected])MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR: Jana Daisy Ensign (x207)(membership@kboo;org)PR & OUTREACH COORDINATOR: Chihiro Wimbush (x206)([email protected])MUSIC DIRECTOR: Brandon Lieberman (x504)([email protected])URBAN MUSlC DIRECTOR: Deena Barnwell (x505) ([email protected])UNDERWRITING COORDINATOR: Justin Miller (x209)([email protected])PROMOTIONS COORDINATOR (TICKETS): Sun Lee (x219)([email protected])CHIEF ENGINEER: John Mackey (x223)([email protected]) LISTENER’S GUIDE EDITOR: Mariane Zenker ([email protected])
BOARD OF DIRECTORSKBOO'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS meets fourth Saturday from 10:00am - noon. Directors: Mark Allyn, Wiley G. Barnett, Gene Bradley, Cristina Perry Gonzales, Grace Hague, L.C. Hansen, Beth Hyams, Don McIntosh, Shantu Shah, Melodie Silverwolf
COMMITTEESMeetings are held at KBOO and are open to all: call ahead to check times. DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE plans fundraising and public relations strategies. Meets first Monday at 7:30 pm to discuss mar-keting, fundraising and public relations strategies for the station.FINANCE COMMITTEE meets third Tuesday at 7:30 pm.PERSONNEL COMMITTEE meets second Monday at 7:00 pm.PROGRAM COMMITTEE works with Program Director to evaluate programmers and develop programming ideas; meets second Tuesday at 7:00 pm. ENGINEERING GROUP meets first Thursday, at 7:00 pm.TECH GROUP meets third Monday at 7:30 pm.PEOPLE OF COLOR CAUCUS: Call Celeste Carey at KBOO. WILLAMETTE KBOO: listeners in the Corvallis-Albany area, call Michael at 541/753-3138.FACILITIES COMMITTEE discusses issues related to KBOO's building, and talks about plans for new facilities. Meeting time TBD.THE KBOO YOUTH COLLECTIVE meets every Wednesday at 6:00 pm to plan the monthly youth public affairs show, The Underground, and the original youth music show, Youth Randomonium. All youth aged 20 years or younger are welcomed to attend, as well as “adult allies” who are interested in giving support to the youth members.QUEERBOO COLLECTIVE: Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 5:30pm, to plan Out Loud show. Email [email protected]
PROGRAMMING CHARTERKBOO shall be a model of programming, filling needs that other media do not, providing programming to diverse communities and unserved or underserved groups. KBOO shall provide access and training to those communities.
KBOO news/public affairs programming shall place an empha-sis on providing a forum for unpopular, controversial, or neglected perspectives on important local, national and international issues, reflecting KBOO’s values of peace, justice, democracy, human rights, multiculturalism, environmentalism, freedom of expression, and social change.
KBOO’s arts, cultural, and music programming shall cover a wide spectrum of expression from traditional to experimental, and reflect the diverse cultures we serve. KBOO shall strive for spontaneity and programming excellence, both in content and technique.
September listings, C O N T I N U E D F R O M B A C K C O V E R
Thursday 29, 9pmDr. Eugene Chadbourne
Tuesday 13th, 9:00 amDavid McCullough
Monday 26th, 9:00 pmLiz Carroll and John Doyle
Thursday 29, noon - 5 pmBob Dylan
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Friday 23, 9 pm - midnight Nina Simone
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station news (FOR MORE NEWS & INFO, SEE REVERSE)
11:00 am - noon, Monday - Friday
Democracy Now! KBOO’s Board Elections & Annual Meeting
African American Programmers Open Thurs. 1st, 6:00 - 9:00 pmHouseLive on-air KBOO Board Candidates DebateSept. 6, 7 & 8, 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Best Books SpecialTuesday 20th, 9:00 - 10:30 am
The Priestess of Soul,
Nina SimoneFriday 23th 9:00 pm - midnight
Bob Dylan Thursday 29th noon - 5:00 pm
KBOO LISTENER’S GUIDE
News & Public Affairs Day Friday Sept. 23rd,
7:30 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday 25th, 1 - 3 pm
Grateful Dead Marathon Saturday 17th, Noon - Midnight
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T U G G I E , R I P November 1992 - August 2005Tugs o’the Rugs “Tuggie” was Jewell’s good friend and a KBOO volun-teer for 13 years. He worked Pledge Drives, volunteered at events, rep-resented homeless people with pets during the Homeless Marathon, walked in the MS Walkathon for Alan Baily, trotted along in peace marches (he even barked at Bush and Cheney, giving them a “ruff” time). Tuggie loved coming to KBOO to visit and help Jewell out on the Celtic Hour. He was loved very much, and will be missed by all.
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W H A T ’ S H A P P E N I N G A T K B O OS T A T I O N M A N A G E R ’ S R E P O R TGood day to one and all. This place is a regu-lar beehive of activity during August, and September portents to be even more intense. In this issue of the Guide are articles showing past and upcoming doings of our volunteers and staff, so no need for me to repeat them here. But I owe all our crew a BIG KUDOS and many thanks for the stellar jobs they are and have been doing.
We have another “first” of which I am proud. As a part of our continuing initiatives to reach out to various specific communities KBOO is hosting our first African American Programmers Open House on Sept 1st.
Kudos also goes to the very successful Pickathon festival in August: they drew twice the attendees than their previous events.
By the way, the pool of applicants for the PM News and Public Affairs was insuf-ficient. So we’ve extended the deadline to 7 September 2005. And again we are encour-aging women and people of color to apply. Information and applications are still on our web site.— Wiley G. Barnett, Interim Station Manager
A F R I C A N A M E R I C A N P R O G R A M M E R S ’ O P E N H O U S EKBOO’s African American Programmers hold their first open house on Thursday, September 1, from 6:00-9:00 pm. How can the African American programmers and KBOO better serve you? Come on down and talk to your favorite African American programmers at KBOO’s Station: 20 SE 8th Ave. between Ankeny and Burnside. Share your voice and perspective live on-air and find out how to get involved in community radio: news, music, public affairs and volunteering. For more information, call Outreach Coordinator Chihiro Wimbush at 503/287-1396 or email [email protected].
W E B S U R V E YKBOO is undertaking an ambitious revamp and revitalization of our website. We want your input to help guide this process. A web questionnaire is now on the current KBOO website (www.kboo.fm) and also available in our lobby. The deadline has been extended to September 14 so fill one out now — this is your chance to be part of this process! — Chihiro Wimbush, Outreach Coordinator
M E M B E R S H I P B E N E F I T S ……can be found online at www.kboo.fm. A printed copy is now mailed with membership
cards, and is also available by mail: just call or e-mail the membership office at 503/231-8032 x207 and request that one be sent to you.
V O L U N T E E R S P O T L I G H TJAY JAY JOHNSON
Jay Jay Johnson is a people-person. That’s one of the reasons that he really enjoys his volun-teer work with KBOO.
Just over a year ago, Jay Jay came to KBOO at the request of his cousin — long-time KBOO volunteer Shaheed Haamid. Jay Jay
remembers loving listening to J.W. Friday and George Page more than twenty years ago as they pioneered African American program-ming, producing very popular shows featuring jazz, R & B, and soul. Shaheed impressed upon Jay Jay the need for more people to get involved with KBOO to carry on the great programming that he had been listening to for years. While Jay Jay did not see himself as a D.J., he did start coming down to watch Shaheed produce “The Essence of Soul,” and got excited about learning more.
Jay Jay says that he feels welcomed at KBOO, and loves the multi-cultural environ-ment. He loves to work with all kinds of different people to get the job done; and get the job done, he does! Jay Jay has built a great reputation at KBOO for being very depend-able, giving his all to ensure that whatever he has committed to is completed successfully. He says that he is “nearly a perfectionist,” and is always working to improve his skills.
Since coming to KBOO, Jay Jay has been very involved in the outreach and music departments. He has become a skilled audio producer, staffed information booths, helped connect other groups that he has worked with to KBOO, and worked within KBOO to highlight the accomplishments of African American program producers through the design of a new flyer and coordinating an open house.
Jay Jay is a retired teamster, and when not at KBOO he spends time with his wife, and as a volunteer wrestling coach in schools.
P R O F I L ETHE GRATEFUL DEAD MARATHON
The Grateful Dead marathons were first start-ed by Robyn Shanti in the fall of 1995. Robyn heard some exceptional quality, live Grateful Dead tapes at Jerry Garcia’s memorial gather-ing, in Laurelhurst Park in August of 1995, and wanted to share them on the air.
There had been a program on KBOO host-ed by Kim Thomas called Fillmore Northwest that played a lot of Grateful Dead, but the sound quality of the live tapes was poor to average, considering the time and place. Robyn wanted to share these extraordinary quality sound boards with the KBOO commu-nity, and started with a three-hour special that raised about $4,000. With the help of Dougal Donaldson’s massive collection of ‘Betty Boards,’ we expanded to six hours, and by the next year the idea for the 12-hour marathon was born. The station also began running the syndicated Grateful Dead Hour, hosted by David Gans and produced in San Francisco.
The success of KBOO’s Grateful Dead marathons made it a highlight of our mem-bership drives, and consistently among the biggest money-makers. KBOO’s listening community was vocal in its desire for a locally produced Grateful Dead show and Robyn helped organize a collective of folks to make that happen. Duane Goslar, Matt Smith, Andrew Geller, Reverend Jim Dancing Trout, Phil Garfinkel and Robyn Shanti were the orginal collective. Alicia Olson replaced Robyn in 2004. –Robyn Shanti & friends
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Kate McNulty, LCSW
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midnight12:301 am1 :30
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Bill Murlin, Jack Bohl, John Risley, Fred Leeson
EARLY MORNING GUMBO
FOLK - Diane Karl
RISE WHEN THE ROOSTER CROWS
FOLK Gordy Euler, Jonathan Lay, Sandy Bly & Jane Keefer
LARK IN THE MORNING
FOLK Kurt Liebezeit & Gretchen Amann
RAMBLIN’ ROUNDFOLK - Pam Peck, 9/7
MORNING GLORY!TRADITIONAL AMERICAN MUSIC
Flower Elliott, 9/14, 9/28
THE LONG & DUSTY ROADDon Jacobson, 9/21 SWING & COUNTRY
Don McLaren,Sam Doney,
John Andrews, Frederic Schroers
PATHWAYSPaul O’Brien • Tom Park
MUSIC FROM THE TRUE VINE
week 1: Rachel Gold week 2: Dave Elliott
week 3: Gareth Jenkinsweek 4: Ian Joel
week 5: Phil Hodgen
HOME COOKIN’ WITH GENE
JAZZYugene Fardan Rashad DOMINGOS
LA VOZ DE LA COMUNIDAD
Pedro Soza,Armando Gonzalez
MUJERES BRAVASLATINA MUSIC
Elizabeth Perry,Cristina Gonzales
PERSIAN ART& MUSIC
PORTLAND YIDDISH HOUR
JEWISH MUSICJack & Reva Falk
AN EVENING OF AFROTAINMENT
ECLECTIC SOUL(Black Artists Worldwide)
THE MOVEMENTHIP HOPMarquez
HYPNOPOMP“The partially conscious state
that precedes complete awakening from sleep”
Liam Delta3:30 The Confessional
4:00 The Adventures of Jack Flanders
THE SOUNDBOXHIP HOP
WOMANSOULWOMEN & MUSIC
9/4: Kate9/11: Tammy
9/18: Anneliese9/25: Jennifer
TBA9/4, 9/18: Lost In Time
9/11, 9/25: Dog & Pony Show
Tom Wendt2nd & 4th Sat.,
9/10 & 9/24BLUERHYTHMBLUES 9/3 1st Sat: Aunt Joan 3rd & 5th: Errol Shervey
MORE TALK RADIO Celeste Carey,Cecil Prescod
NICK & MOLLY SHOW
INCURSION ROCKERAEN ESPAÑOL
DON MANNING: JAZZ BEBOP
JAZZ IN THE AFTERNOON
JAZZ Jim Andrews
FIESTA CALIENTE ROCKA JAZZ WORLD
David Lifton9/14, 9/28
PEOPLE RISE UP INSURGENCY
HEALTHWATCH1st, 2nd, 4th-Dr. Naimon;
3rd Monday-KBOO Food Show
EARTHWATCH1st-Monday on the Environment; 2nd-The Dirtbag; 3rd-Food Show
HILLBILLY NOONTIME JAMBOREE
NON-STOP HIP HOPHIP HOPDJ Audio
GOOD TIMES WITH REGGAE BOB
ROOTS, ROCK, REGGAE
REGGAE Pablo Innis
THE OUTSIDE WORLDKITCHEN SINKDaniel Flessas
RANDOMONIUM9/2: station2station. Isabel hosts.
9/9: Anneliese hosts9/16: Andrew Geller hosts
9/23: Nina Simone9/30: KBOO Youth Collective
A DIFFERENT NATURESUSTAINED NEW MUSIC AND
ECLECTIC SONIC ART ENVIRONMENTS
NIGHT OF THE LIVING TONGUE
BIZARRE MUSIC AND TEXTJennifer Robin
DRINKING FROM PUDDLES
LIFE DURING WARTIMEPUNK ROCK
Erin Yanke, Fred Landeen
ITAL VIBESBen Schulte
WORLD BEAT CONNECTIONAFRO-CARIBBEAN
ONE LOVEJAM DOWN
REGGAEHasta B. Rasta
SHOCKS OF SHEBAREGGAE
Teresa Kozic,Michele Wellnitz
THE CELTIC HOURMUSIC FROM THE CELTIC NATIONS
Jewell & Jacque
THE TALKING EARTHSPOKEN ARTS
Barbara LaMorticella, Walt Curtis
RADIO FREE IRELANDIRISH MUSIC/CULTURE
DHARMA WHEELFOLK/ROCK Robyn Shanti
9/1, 9/8, 9/15, 9/22
SONGCIRCLEJeff Rosenberg & Bob Dylan 9/29
MOVIN’ ONFOLK/WOMEN’S MUSIC
9/2: Jade9/9: Laurie9/16: Jade
9/23: News & Public Affairs Day9/30: L.C. Hansen
WORLD 9/6: Accidental Tourist, Kathy Fors9/13: Back to The Islands, Ron Scott9/20: Indonesian Memories, Ron Scott
ROOTS OF ROCK & ROLL
9/9: Dale Farr9/2, 9/16, 9/30: Steve Bricker
THE JOE URIS SHOW LOCUS FOCUSBarbara Bernstein
VOICES FROM THE EDGEJo Ann Bowman, Alan Graf
POSITIVELY REVOLTING Melodie Silverwolf,
INDIAN WORLDNATIVE CULTURE/MUSIC
John Talley9/8, 9/22
AFRICA O-YE!AFRICAN Firefly9/8, 9/22
RADIO THEATER HOUR9/5: The Ubu Hour9/12: The Listeners
9/26: The Sudden Radio Project9/19: Gremlin Time
CLEMY’SGROOVESSOULClemy Jones9/13, 9/27
PICKLE FEATHER EXPRESS
9/2, 9/16, 9/30
FURTHER OTHER Kenneth James 9/9, 9/23
ESSENCE OF SOULShaheed Haamid 9/2, 9/16, 9/30
STAGE AND STUDIODmae Roberts
9/12, 9/26VINYLPAJAMAPARTYECLECTICBrian9/5, 9/19
THIRTY HOUR THROWDOWN
NEW MUSICKathy Fors9/8, 9/22
TIKI CHA CHA CLUBECLECTICJoe Woods
HOLLAND HOURCharles de Greef
DR. ZOMB’S STEREO OBSCURAECLECTIC VINYL 9/1, 9/15, 9/29 Dr. Zomb
9 0 . 7 P o r t l a n d | 9 1 . 9 C o l u m b i a G o r g e | 1 0 0 . 7 W i l l a m e t t e V a l l e y
PICKLE FEATHER/ FURTHER
THE GOSPEL EXPRESS
HIGHER REASONING REGGAE
w e e k a t a g l a n c e S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 5
GRATEFUL DEAD & FRIENDS
9/10: Alicia9/17: The Grateful Dead Marathon,
Noon - Midnight9/24: Duane
MUSIC PEOPLE HATE Claire 9/10, 9/24
K B O O M O R N I N G N E W S
LABOR RADIOAbout working people, the labor
movement, and organizing
THIS WAY OUT 1st & 3rd Tues OUT LOUD 2nd & 4th Tues
HOLE IN THE BUCKET 2nd Wed.
CIRCLE A RADIO 1st & 3rd Wed.
THE UNDERGROUND 4th Wed. BREAD & ROSESVOICES OF THE
1st, 3rd & 4th Thurs.
K B O O E V E N I N G N E W S
ENVIRONMENTS EAST/WEST9/4: Chinese programming, Victor Leo9/11: Hmong Voice, Chong Vang
9/18, 9/25: TBA
ISLAMICPOINT OF VIEW
YOUR BLUE ROOM GLOBAL RHYTHM &
APA PROGRAMS9/4: Bhangra Beathouse,
D.J. Dunkin9/11, 9/18, 9/25: S.A.A.M
AFRICA ON FIRE!
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
ASTRALOGYIsabel 9/7, 9/21
BUSCANDO AMERICALATIN9/2, 9/16, 9/30Lisa Loving
T A L K R A D I O
M O R N I N G R A D I O Z I N EOLD MOLE
VARIETY HOUR BETWEEN THE COVERS
ART, LITERATURE and POLITICSJim Schumock and friends
BIKE SHOW 1st Wed.MOVIETALK 2nd & 4th Wed.VETERAN’S VOICE 3rd Wed.
THURSDAY RADIOZINELisa Loving
QUEER, QUEER WORLD Jack
PRESSWATCH Theresa Mitchell
ART FOCUS Julie Bernard
1st Friday, 10:30-11: SOUNDS OF AWARENESS
Paul Van Dyck 2nd & 3rd Friday:
MARLENE’S ELECTRONIC SALONis on vacation ‘til mid-September
4th Friday, 10:30-11: BONEHEADS AND BIGOTS
D E M O C R A C Y N O WAmy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez (starting Monday, July 4th)
MITAKUYEOYASININDIAN CULTURE/ MUSICEugene Johnson 9/1, 9/15
SOUNDS UNSOUNDRolf 9/10, 9/24HIGHER
REASONING REGGAERas Danny 9/3, 9/17
ITALIAN HOUR Lucia G9/11, 9/25
ROCK TILL YOU DROP9/14, 9/28
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downstairs lounge open @ 9pm on show nights live music mon, wed-sat. now serving food upstairs
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Natural Kitchen & Home2106 SE Division503•231•5175www.mirador-pdx.comMON-SAT 10-6 • SUN 11-5
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59th & DIVISION STREET MEDICAL CLINIC, 5909 SE Division, 503/234-1531 • ADRIANA SALON, 2731 N. Lombard, 503/286-0911 • AFSCME Local 88, 123 NE Third Ave., Suite 505, 503/239-9858, www.local88.ws • AFSCME LOCAL 3336, P.O. Box 40446, Portland, OR 97240, www.afscme3336.org • AMBLING BEAR DISTRIBUTORS, 503/239-8849 • AMNESIA BREWING COMPANY, 832 N. Beech St, 503/281-7708 • BACK TO BACK CAFÉ, 616 E. Burnside, 503/233-1929 • CITYBIKES, Sales: 734 SE Ankeny, 503/239-6951; Repairs: 1914 SE Ankeny, 503/239-0553, www.citybikes.coop • CNC REPAIR, 604/888-9050, www.cncrepair.com • COTTON CLOUD FUTONS, 701 NE Broadway, 503/335-0758, www.cottoncloudfutons.com • CRAVEDOG CD MANUFACTURING, 3647 SE 21st Ave., 503/233-7284, www.cravedog.com • DOBSON LAW FIRM, LLC, 1000 SW Broadway, Suite 2400, 503/295-6888, www.oregonenvironmentallaw.com • FOOD FRONT COOPERATIVE GROCERY, 2375 NW Thurman, 503/222-5658, www.foodfront.coop • GAZELLE NATURAL FIBRE CLOTHING, 4100 NE Fremont, 503/288-3422 • GRAND CENTRAL BAKING COMPANY, 2230 SE Hawthorne • IN OTHER WORDS WOMEN’S BOOKS & RESOURCES, 3734 SE Hawthorne Blvd., 503/232-6003, www.inotherwords.org • JAMBO WORLD CRAFTS, 3862 SE Hawthorne, 503/233-7967 • LAUGHING HORSE BOOKS, 3652 SE Division, 503/236-2893 • LAURELHURST THEATER & PUB, 503/238-4088, 2735 E Burnside, www.laurelhursttheater.com • LAURIE SONNENFELD, Principal Broker, Cascadia Homes, 503/204-0444, www.cascadiahomes.com • LOOKING GLASS BOOKS, 318 SW Taylor, 503/227-4760 • MIRADOR COMMUNITY STORE, 2106 SE Division, 503/231-5175, www.mirador-pdx.com • MUSIC MILLENNIUM, 3158 E Burnside, 503/231-8943. www.musicmillennium.com • ONE GREEN WORLD, 503/651-3005, [email protected] • PACLEASE TRUCK RENTALS, 550 NE Columbia, 503/285-6808 • PEET’S COFFEE & TEAS, www.peets.com • PORT TOWNSEND FILM FESTIVAL, September 23 - 25, Port Townsend, WA. 360/379-1333. www.ptfilmfest.com • PORTLAND ALLIANCE, 2807 SE Stark, 503/239-4991, www.theportlandalliance.org • PORTLAND’S GAY YELLOW PAGES, 523 SE Stark, 503/230-7701, www.pdxgayyellowpages.com • RADIO CAB, 11613 NW Kearney, 503/227-1212. www.radiocab.net • SEIU LOCAL 503, OPEU, 1730 Commercial St. SE, Salem, 503/581-1505, www.seiu503.org • SPANISH YELLOW PAGES, 13343 SE Stark, Suite 100, 503/257-2333 • SPIRITONE INTERNET SERVICES, 503/240-8200, www.SpiritOne.com • TAROT.COM, 9045 SW Barbur, Suite 4, 503/246-4043, www.tarot.com • TEAMSTERS LOCAL 206, 503/251-2344 • THE THIRD EYE SHOPPE, 3950 SE Hawthorne, 503/232-3393, www.thirdeyeshoppe.com • TIMBUKTUNES WORLD MUSIC 4726 SE Hawthorne, 503/239-0179, www.timbuktunes.com
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