Best Kboo podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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Bicycle news, culture and advocacy in Portland, Oregon. Broadcast monthly on KBOO FM 90.7
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
A radio show in Portland, Oregon highlighting the stories of Asians and Pacific Islanders (APIs).
 
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Gremlin Time
Rare
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
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Lach on Huffduffer
Monthly
 
lach
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
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Plugged In
Monthly+
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
Cory Doctorow's Literary Works
 
B
Between The Covers
Monthly
 
Author interviews with today's best writers in fiction, nonfiction and poetry, with host David Naimon, KBOO 90.7 FM, Portland. ---the most intense and awesome podcast I've ever been a part of-–Gary Shteyngart
 
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Africa-O-Ye!
Weekly
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
Cory Doctorow's Literary Works
 
B
Between The Covers
Monthly
 
Author interviews with today's best writers in fiction, nonfiction and poetry, with host David Naimon, KBOO 90.7 FM, Portland. ---the most intense and awesome podcast I've ever been a part of-–Gary Shteyngart
 
B
Between The Covers
Monthly
 
Author interviews with today's best writers in fiction, nonfiction and poetry, with host David Naimon, KBOO 90.7 FM, Portland. ---the most intense and awesome podcast I've ever been a part of-–Gary Shteyngart
 
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Air Cascadia
Weekly+
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
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Writers on Craft
Monthly
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
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Episode 5 * What video of you might you want played at your funeral? * Some thoughts about anger. #rabbi_brian_af
 
With the first two Native women elected to Congress, and the Native vote playing a key role in numerous elections, monthly co-host Jacqueline Keeler discusses how Native people can not only help tip the balance of power in Congress in close races like that of Democrat...
 
“Williams’s short precise, & emphatic sentences build a strange society whose denizens are not quite familiar to us & not quite comfortable with their own quietly disturbing evolutions. Not a single moment of the prose here is what you expect, & even the ordinary is, in the context created by Diane Williams, no longer ordinary. It is fresh, hap ...…
 
“Williams’s short precise, & emphatic sentences build a strange society whose denizens are not quite familiar to us & not quite comfortable with their own quietly disturbing evolutions. Not a single moment of the prose here is what you expect, & even the ordinary is, in the context created by Diane Williams, no longer ordinary. It is fresh, hap ...…
 
“Williams’s short precise, & emphatic sentences build a strange society whose denizens are not quite familiar to us & not quite comfortable with their own quietly disturbing evolutions. Not a single moment of the prose here is what you expect, & even the ordinary is, in the context created by Diane Williams, no longer ordinary. It is fresh, hap ...…
 
“Williams’s short precise, & emphatic sentences build a strange society whose denizens are not quite familiar to us & not quite comfortable with their own quietly disturbing evolutions. Not a single moment of the prose here is what you expect, & even the ordinary is, in the context created by Diane Williams, no longer ordinary. It is fresh, hap ...…
 
Alon and April speak with Sara Dykman about her 10,000 mile bike trip following the migration of Monarch butterflies.In the second half, Max Glaskin discusses his book, Cycling Science: How Rider and Machine Work Together. He addresses the question: "exactly why does a bicycle stay upright?"By webmaster@portlandtransport.com (KBOO Bike Show).
 
Host Ken Jones talks with Stevan Allred, author of the new novel The Alehouse at the End of the World, published by Portland’s Forest Avenue Press.Stevan’s previous book – the 2013 linked short-story collection A Simplified Map of the Real World: The Renata Stories – was...
 
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act — tech’s stupidest law — turns 20 this year; I chatted with Molly Wood on Marketplace Tech about the law’s history and how dismally little we’ve learned from it, repeating and even magnifying its mistakes today. (MP3)
 
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act — tech’s stupidest law — turns 20 this year; I chatted with Molly Wood on Marketplace Tech about the law’s history and how dismally little we’ve learned from it, repeating and even magnifying its mistakes today. (MP3)
 
The fourth episode. *Love > Recognize > Accept > Understand > Respond #rabbi_brian_af
 
we revisit some favorites from the flourishing music scene in Lagos in the 1970s. We'll hear from Segun Bucknor, Orlando Julius Ekemode, Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe, Celestine Ukwu, Sir Victor Uwaifo, and many more.
 
Elections are quickly approaching here in Portland so we're talking to Brandon Cruz from APANO (Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon) to talk about their Voter Guide and efforts to increase voter participation. We'll also be talking to Matt Lim who works for the city of Portland about affnity groups for city employees. Also, we include a vo ...…
 
LIVE ON KBOO's Second Stream on Friday November 2nd from 8 - 10 pm:http://listen.kboo.fm:8000/BF.m3u A night of audio dramas, both original and classic, in the style of vintage radio!November 2nd & 3rd 2018 (KBOO will stream LIVE on the 2nd)Tickets for the live the...
 
We return to the Portland Chinatown Museum to chat with 2 artists that have work on exhibition at the museum. Roberta Wong and Lynn Yarne talk about their work, identity, and their inspirations. We also have a vox pop from EPALF, the East Portland Arts and Literary Festival, of folks sharing their mental health stories. And want to know about N ...…
 
Sean The Bus Driver is joined by Tom Gilberts this week. Local blues artist talks about his recent release, GRIT. Also will be performing a few songs live as well.http://cascadebluesassociation.org/tom-gilberts/
 
Today on Positively Revolting, we have guest hosts Jenka Soderberg and Layla Kanaan hosting a forum on the ballot measures on Oregon's ballot - due next Tuesday November 6th! Measure 26-201: Portland - Clean Energy Initiative Measure 102Oregon Measure 102, Remo...
 
Stuart Perrin is an American spiritual master of Kundalini Yoga, and has been teaching meditation across the world for the past 45 years. He draws from his experiences in his newest novel, Light in Jerusalem: A Memoir. Set in 2006, in a time of war in the Middle East, hi...
 
“Every explosive requires a fuse. That’s R. O. Kwon’s novel, a straight, slow-burning fuse. To read her novel is to follow an inexorable flame coming closer & closer to the object it will detonate—the characters, the crime, the story, &, ultimately, the reader.”—Viet Thanh Nguyen; “Kwon’s multi-faceted narrative portrays America’s dark, radical ...…
 
“Every explosive requires a fuse. That’s R. O. Kwon’s novel, a straight, slow-burning fuse. To read her novel is to follow an inexorable flame coming closer & closer to the object it will detonate—the characters, the crime, the story, &, ultimately, the reader.”—Viet Thanh Nguyen; “Kwon’s multi-faceted narrative portrays America’s dark, radical ...…
 
“Every explosive requires a fuse. That’s R. O. Kwon’s novel, a straight, slow-burning fuse. To read her novel is to follow an inexorable flame coming closer & closer to the object it will detonate—the characters, the crime, the story, &, ultimately, the reader.”—Viet Thanh Nguyen; “Kwon’s multi-faceted narrative portrays America’s dark, radical ...…
 
“Every explosive requires a fuse. That’s R. O. Kwon’s novel, a straight, slow-burning fuse. To read her novel is to follow an inexorable flame coming closer & closer to the object it will detonate—the characters, the crime, the story, &, ultimately, the reader.”—Viet Thanh Nguyen; “Kwon’s multi-faceted narrative portrays America’s dark, radical ...…
 
From neo-fascist resurgence to regulatory rollback by way of rabid white nationalism, the bloody thirst for profits has fueled a triumphant return of no-holds-barred capitalism. Host Paul Roland reads from a few articles and takes your calls:503-231-8187 https:...
 
Guest host Linda Olson-Osterlund welcomes Carl Messineo of The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund to talk about attempts by Trump and the federal parks to limit protests in D.C. They'll also talk about Ted Wheeler's attemps to limit protest here in Portland. Call (503)...
 
It's Asian femme time! Tabitha and Jenna hang out live on air. They try out double eye lid tape and talk about all the things they talk about when they're hanging out off air like dating, music, whiteness, and east Asian American topics.
 
2018 marks 13 years of public affairs programming at KBOO for Asian and Pacific Islander Americans, between the last three years of both Pacific Underground and the equally fantastic Intersections Radio, and the ten (!) years that APA Compass was on the air (2005-2015). To celebrate this anniversary, producers Jenna and Tabitha are joined by sp ...…
 
Crazy Rich Asians is doing well in the box office and is trending on social media, especially among Asian American. There are many who love the movie and say it represents a big step in representation, while there are many who could do without it and say it only furthers the problems in Asian mainstream representation. The Pacific Underground c ...…
 
Tommy Pico's “Junk is a true American odyssey, complete with a reluctant hero who defies all odds to survive. Repulsed by the trashiness of empire, the violence of occupation, this book nonetheless searches in earnest for real tenderness, a romance that isn’t corny. . . ...
 
Let's get personal with T Ngu, owner of Project Object! Join producer Vy Pham in a journey of learning about T's life story, including her family's resilience and survival as refugees in America, the birth and vision of Project Object, and the hardships of being a small business owner. Project Object is a retail shop that features and supports ...…
 
If you've ever wanted to learn more about tech and computer science but thought that it was too inaccessible a field for you, Vaidehi Joshi wants to help change that. Vaidehi is a software engineer with Tilde, and she also co-hosts the Base.cs podcast. Producer Kat Batuigas chats with Vaidehi about the tech industry, learning as well as teachin ...…
 
Join host Paul Roland with his guest Norman Solomon, as they dissect the moribund Democratic Party and its prospects for revival.In October 2017, a team of progressive researchers published “Autopsy: The Democratic Party in Crisis,” which probed the causes of the dis...
 
Marina Warner’s new collection of essays, Forms of Enchantment (Thames and Hudson), collects her writing on art from 1988 to the present, including pieces on (among others) Louise Bourgeois, Joan Jonas and Paula Rego. She brings to artists and artworks the same anthropological and mythological approach which informs her previous books, includin ...…
 
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