Salman Rushdie earns the ultimate literary award: a politically and religiously motivated death sentence, in, “My Dinner with Salman Rushdie,” written by Eugene Robinson. Also, happy birthday to the station’s own Michael McCusker, PSU’s David Horowitz, unofficial poet laureate Walt Curtis, and Shanghaied in Astoria godmother Judy Niland.
Teresa interviews Julie Hackett and John Haul of Laughing Rabbit Farm in lewis and clark of the north coast region.
summer salads, the value of fish sauce, handwritten family recipes and the fact that Linda was not wearing her apron….again.
Lauri Serafin is on hand to teach Mac & Alana all about historic preservation and the Forsstrom House.
Friday, August 12th at 3 pm, ARTS – Live & Local! Carol Newman hosts: Multi media artist Terry Robinett & Light artist Jill Mulholland on Astoria Big Heads in the Regatta Parade. Painter & Musician Bette Lu Krause with the PAA Summer Open Studio Tour on the Long Beach Peninsula, WA. Teri…
On the next Story Told with Michael McCusker, a feature segment from R. Louis Richards titled “Reality Chex,” who claims that, to say what is real is to automatically miss the point and it would perhaps be the purest practice of folly to try.
Dan Goody, District Forester, joins Mac & Alana to talk about trees., outdoor recreation, and forest management. Somehow Mac manages to bring up his fridge.
Friday, August 5th at 3 pm, ARTS – Live & Local! Carol Newman hosts: Heather Douglas from The Alliance for Equity in Education funded by CCC & The Meyer Memorial Trust hosts Designer, Maker, Problem solver Damion Triplett with his zine Their Our Story, personal reflections for the BLM movement; at the AVA Gallery….
“How Can We Help?” In today’s world, we are swamped with a constant tsunami of disturbing images and news of pain, suffering, and conflict through 24/7 access to tv, radio, social media, blogs, texts, and tweets. Many of us tune out in response to feeling overwhelmed and powerless to do anything about the myriad problems…
On the next Story Told, a double feature between Dan Armstrong’s “The Third World War,” and Dr. Robert Brake’s “Stupidity Run Amok.”
This hearing examines the challenges facing Oregon’s coastal communities and ecosystems due to the climate crisis and opportunities for the federal government to help state, local, and Tribal partners build resilient, climate-ready coasts. The committee received testimony from: Dr. Elaine Placido, Executive Director, Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership. Placido is a veteran of the Coast Guard and…
Summer produce: tomatoes, corn, melons What Linda ate for 2 weeks in Minnesota What it’s like to not cook for a couple of weeks
Friday, July 29th at 3 pm, ARTS – Live & Local! Carol Newman hosts: Astoria Visual Arts director Annie Eskelin and participating artists Robert Paulmenn & Jane Adams on the Astoria Open Studios Tour with more than 50 artists. Cannon Beach History Center & Museum manager Andrea Suarez, Development coordinator Deanna Duplechain &…
On the next Story Told, an untitled stream of consciousness on getting beat up by police, and how to most effectively protest. Additionally, by David Lamb, “The Machine That Set Women Free.”
Wings over Wilapa
Friday, July 22nd at 3 pm, ARTS – Live & Local! Carol Newman hosts: Co-founder, Artistic director & Opera singer Bereniece Jones-Centeno & Orchestra leader & Pianist Vincent Centeno with Cascadia Chamber Opera’s production of The Banshee @ the Larsen Center in Astoria. Artist Morrison Pierce & Musician Tim Root with The Not-So…
On the next Story Told, Michael McCusker, in an untitled screed, elucidates the poor state of human rights in the USA. Also, from Amy Davidson Sorkin, “G.O.P. Heckles the January 6ᵗʰ Show.” Finally, former Astorian Dan Armstrong’s “The Trimline Pencil.”
Teresa talks with Aaron Grothe (“growth”), OSU extension regional fire specialist, about wildfires, prevention, preparedness, and more.
value of family recipes, grilling whole cabbage and the origin story of Linda’s Driving My Vegetables song
Clatsop County Historical Society Curator Chelsea Vaughn and Digital Archivist Julie Burpee are on hand to talk about the CCHS efforts to digitize collections and make them accessible to the public. They make it a lot more interesting than it sounds!
Friday, July 15th at 3 pm, ARTS – Live & Local! Carol Newman hosts: Pianist Jennifer Goodenberger & Violinist Kim Angelis play original music at the Astoria Library 10th St concert series & the Finn Fest in Naselle. Artists Kitty Paino & Carolyn Myers Lindberg on the Trails End Art Association 71st Annual Judged…
On the next Story Told, a reoccurrence of Katrin Bridget Snow’s “Liberty and the Bastille,” in commemoration of Bastille Day, July 14th. And, a tribute to and feature of former Portland mayor Bud Clark, with his piece “Give Peace a Chance,” read by Michael McCusker.
This episode features Tongue Point Job Corps. A great new emphasis has recruitment for enrollees coming from Clatsop and surrounding 6 counties. Erica Bruney is a 17 year TPJC employee who is now the recruiter and admissions coordinator. And Roger Lindsley helps graduates get their job placement.
Retired Astoria Fire Chief Lenard Hansen is on hand to chat about firefighting and some of the big Astoria fires. Alana vows to ban sparklers.