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NOTICE: KBOO’s board meeting scheduled for Monday, July 22nd at 6PM has been cancelled. The reason for the cancellation is that many board members are traveling/on vacation and so quorum is not possible. The next scheduled board meeting will be on Monday, August 26th at 6PM. Questions or comments can be emailed Thank you.

NEW in KBOO music library October 22, 2018

CDs       Arc Isis Icon Of Ego Ba Da Bing Alt Rock Bets Future Color Self Released Alt Rock Big Bliss At Middle Distance Exit Stencil Alt Rock Christine & Queens, The Christine And The Queens Because... Read more

Climate Change and NeoFascism

Produced for Old Mole Variety Hour
  A shorter version of this was broadcast on the Old Mole for October 22, 2018 In the most recent report from the IPCC, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, those conservative scientists have finally sounded the alarm, though  many commenters have noted that the ... Read more

FCC may be paving the way to defund community media

Our friends at Open Signal have asked for help in fighting against proposed rule changes by the FCC  that, if enacted, will result in a severe reduction in local government regulatory authority, substantial loss of revenue for the City of Portland, and may defund community ... Read more

EPISODE 67. It Takes A Village To Raise A Kid ft. MiissLopezMedia

Produced for Village Vibes Podcast
TUNE IN this week because we’ve got a kickass guest who is on her grind to make this world better for the next! @misslopezmedia is an activist, artist, and will most definitely let you catch these hands if necessary! We’re talking about politics, hometowns, and picking her ... Read more

New in KBOO Music Library October 15, 2018

  CDs       Adventure Violence Adventure Violence Imaginator Alt Rock Berries, The Start All Over Again Run For Cover/Help Yourself Alt Rock Bowles, Nathan Plainly Mistaken Paradise Of Bachelors Alt Rock ... Read more

Text service for October 11, 2018 Evening News

Produced for Evening News
1011 Hurricane Michael devastation     First reports indicate that at least six persons were killed by falling trees and debris, as category-four Hurricane Michael barreled ashore yesterday, in North Florida.  Florida governor Rick Scott said that the initial recovery ef... Read more