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WPKN is a nonprofit, freeform, community radio station (arts organization) that is more than 50 years old. The vision of WPKN is to build community, a loyal and growing audience, and an engaged and educated citizenry by providing the highest quality of free-form programming that broadcasts entertainment, music, news, thoughts, sounds, ideas and event listings that support free speech, diversity, and the interests of the local and global communities WPKN serves. Our radio frequency of 89.5-FM ...
 
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Lynn Zinser the founding editor of Climate Liability News, she is responsible for all editorial content, social media and media partnerships for CLN. Climate Liability News is a not-for-profit news site dedicated to reporting on the issues at the intersection of climate change impacts and law. Those issues include government and corporate respo ...…
 
Mark Potok Interview by WPKN Community RadioBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
GM and Host Steve di Costanzo sits down with Mike McGowan and Mel DeFilippo from A Place to Nourish your Health (APNH, formerly Aids Project New Haven), a New Haven-based public health non-profit that aims to provide quality, equitable care to those typically left without access. Mike coordinates the mPowerment program and prevention services. ...…
 
During our City-Wide Open Studios broadcast from Erector Square, we also spoke to members of the Collective Consciousness Theater Company, which is located in the Erector Square complex. Joining Valerie Richardson were Jenny Nelson, Director and Associate Artistic Director, and the actors Tenisi Davis, Stephen King, and Griffin Kulp . There nex ...…
 
Will K. Wilkins, Executive Director of Real Art Ways, stopped by the WPKN broadcast table for a conversation with Valerie Richardson and Rod Richardson. Artist and curator David Borawski joined the latter part of the conversation.WPKN did a three-hour broadcast on October 19 during the City-Wide Open Studios Erector Square weekend.…
 
Host: Kathy ConnorKathy talks about the evolution of celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Day and discusses the importance of preserving culture and heritage in the light of the development of consciousness.By WPKN Community Radio.
 
My guest on segment of DITD is Bob Halstead a well known person in Bridgeport Ct. Bob has worked this 28 years in housing & community development and real estate in Bridgeport, and is president of the Bridgeport Community Land Trust which has been around for 40 years. Bob is an architectural Preservation advocate and a community Garden and land ...…
 
• Kani Xulam: Betrayed by Trump Attacked by Turkey, Syrian Kurds Make Alliance with Bashar al-Assad• Steven Hassan: Trump’s Malignant Narcissism, Paranoia and Lack of Empathy, Fits the Psychological Profile of a Cult Leader• Norman Clement: U.S. Cities and States Moving to Drop Columbus Holiday in Favor of Indigenous People’s Day#kurds #Indigen ...…
 
Marge Baker: Trump and Allies Roll Out Conspiracy Theories to Defend Against Ukraine Extortion Scandal Impeachment InquiryThomas A. Saenz: Alabama Lawsuit Seeks to Force 2020 Census to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants From National CountWilliam Tong: Connecticut Attorney General Tong Calls for Crackdown on Employers Who Cheat Immigrant Workers#u ...…
 
Hosted by David Green of The Cultural Alliance Of Fairfield County.Our October edition is both a broad and in-depth discussion about Accessibility & Inclusion in the Arts – specifically rooted in issues around arts venues and arts organizations making accommodations for people with disabilities. The discussion is an outgrowth of the ADA Princip ...…
 
The United States is currently in a very unusual place in history. The United States House Of Representatives is currently conducting an Impeachment Inquiry on the forty fifth president of the United States. Listen as host Garnett Ankle speaks on impeachment and entertains listeners' telephone calls.…
 
The Resistance panel interviews Edmond Ghareeb, Middle East expert, on the Kurdish crisis; and John Nichols of The Nation Magazine and Lisa Gilbert from Public Citizen, about the on-going Trump impeachment.Panel: Scott Harris, Richard Hill and Ruthanne BaumgartnerBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Darcy James Argue by WPKN Community RadioBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Interview with Nnenna FreelonBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Host: Steve di Costanzo, GM of WPKN RadioGuest: Elinor Slomba, executive producer of City Wide Open StudiosBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Host: Steve di Costanzo, GM of WPKN Guest: Suzanne Kachmar, organizer of the Bridgeport Art TrailBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
WPKN’s GM REPORT TO THE LISTENERS- today at noon Steve di Costanzo talks about the recent Beatles on-air drive – welcomes Lou Pomales from WPKN to talk about Friday’s Salsa/Afro-Cuban concert-A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage – with the band Vinny & Ray at the Bijou Theatre. The Klein’s Executive Director Laurence Caso will talk about tonight’ ...…
 
Sarah Mckenzie V1 by WPKN Community RadioBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Selected stories from previously banned-for-language storytellers. Bleeped for your enjoyment!By WPKN Community Radio.
 
Dr. J broadcasts live with Dr. Christina Wright, PharmD to discuss what you need to know about prescription drugs. In this discussion, you will learn how to properly utilize your pharmacist, ways to use prescription medications with nutritional supplements safely, the importance of having a health care team to prevent medication errors and the ...…
 
Monday, October 7, 12 noon WPKN 89.5 FM www.wpkn.orgHost: Bonnie LykesOn What’s Happening New Haven for October join me in a lively chat with WPKN’s Martha Lewis. She’ll tell us all about her fascinating community-curated art exhibit; Melted Pots and Cooked Books at the Library Institute in New Haven. Also, I catch up with Helen Kauder, founder ...…
 
My guest today on “Digging in the Dirt is Jon Lee Rucker of PermaJAm at Blossom Dell Sanctuary in Bloomingburg N.Y. He is one of the organizers of PermaJam a Fall Camp out next weekend Oct 12th & 13th. PermaJam is being called a Fall Gathering of “Mindful Action”.When I ran across this event I was intrigued and thought you my audience would lik ...…
 
The Farm Stand panel interview Sam King, a manager of Blue Earth Compost, a CT-based commercial and residential composting operation.Also: the monthly Honey Bee Update from Vincent Kaye.Host: Richard Hill and Chris FerrioBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
• Karen Hobert Flynn: Common Cause Urges Public Pressure on Legislators to Support Trump Impeachment and Conviction• Neil J. Kinkopf: Non-Partisan Impeachment Approach in House Will Increase Likelihood of Trump Conviction in Senate• Miguel Castro: Connecticut City Council Member Fights Assault Charges at Pro-Immigration Rally#impeachmentinquiry ...…
 
Host: Jennifer BangserGuest: Lucy Johnson and Marcia Falk,Both are long-time supporters of the Westport Library and chairs of the 19th Amendment/Westport READS program for 2019-2020. Lucy is a former member of the Library’s Board of Trustees.Cody Daigle-Orians – Program and Events ManagerAlex Giannini – Manager of Experiential LearningJay Miles ...…
 
Garnett speaks on the topic of Impeachment. Early last week the United States House of Representatives made the decision to commence formal Impeachment Inquiry against the forty fifth president of the United States. If The United States is a country of laws and respects the rule of law then the United States Congress must act as much. Listen to ...…
 
Thursday, September 26, 2019, 12 noon WPKN 89.5 FM www.wpkn.orgHost: Duo DickinsonThe U.S. census tells us that over 80% of Connecticut residents live in an “urban center”. It is safe to say that most of the 20% who live outside cities like Stamford or Bridgeport live in “suburbia”. Its become conventional wisdom that homeowners are moving back ...…
 
Band Central Radio on WPKN with Andy Kadison and Rob Fried for a fun hour of community-oriented talk, music and information. Featured guests: Tracy Flood and Robin Hammond from Class Poems; Founder and Director of Intempo, Angie Durrell; Kristen Cusato, Director of Communications at Alzheimer's Association Connecticut Chapter.…
 
WPKN’s own Rick Omonte/Shaki Presents talking about his ancestral connections to the central Peruvian mountains and a fascinating compilation of music that he has produced from that region, “Puro Tayta Shanti.” The music has roots in cultures that predate the arrival of Europeans in the region.By WPKN Community Radio.
 
• New Ukraine-Trump Scandal Strengthens Already Strong Case for Impeachment• Trump Appears to Step Back from Launching Retaliatory Attack on Iran• Standing Rock Sioux Nation Continues Legal Battle Against North Dakota Access PipelineVisit our website at BTLonline.org for more information, links, transcripts and in-depth interviews. (Updates aft ...…
 
A discussion about the current exhibition "Neo-Latinisimo" at Bridgeport’s City Light’s Gallery. In the studio with me will be City Lights Director Suzanne Kachmar, the show’s curator Yolanda Vasquez Petrocelli, and José Casco, Community Organizer at Latino Advocacy FoundationBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
A conversation with Kevin Repp, Curator of European Modern Books & Manuscripts about his exhibition Beyond Words: Experimental Poetry and the Avant Garde, Yale University, through December 15.By WPKN Community Radio.
 
Lindsay Farrell, executive director of the Working Families Party of CT,explains the Paid Family and Medical Leave bill that was signed into law in June, 2019, and she describes the fight by a coalition of activists to pass it.Interview by Richard HillBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Host: Kathy ConnorKathy discusses the underlying cause of unrest and disharmony for the individual and the collective consciousness. Inner and outer peace can be experienced by eliminating stress and expanding one’s awareness. Inner peace is the basis for outer peace.Enjoy a few poems on the topic of peace as well.…
 
Guy Beardsley presents the Small Farms Report. The panel welcomes Vincent Kaye to provide an update on the late-season honey bee landscape. Host: Richard HillPanel: Guy Beardsley and Chris FerrioBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
The Resistance panel shares their outrages of the week and then interviews Ronnie Cummins, International Director of the Organic Consumers Association, about the climate emergency and the radical structural changes needed to confront it.Panel: Scott Harris, Richard Hill and Ruthanne BaumgartnerBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
• Rising Fear That Attack on Saudi Oil Fields Could Trigger Regional War; • Planned Parenthoods Decision to Leave Federal Title X Explained Repercussions;• Global Climate Strike Youth Leadership Provide Hope for the Future#iran #saudiarabia #globalclimatestrike #climateemergency #plannedparenthood #titlexVisit our website at BTLonline.org for m ...…
 
My next guest has been here many times before. He is Dan Kittredge. Dan is a Farmer, founder and Executive Director of the Bionutrient Food . Dan is here to talk about what's going with on with the BFA's "Real Food Campaign" and the their upcoming annual Soil and Nutrition conference in November.By WPKN Community Radio.
 
Host: WPKN's GM Steve di CostanzoMichael Wynne, Community Engagement Specialist for BHcareBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Host: WPKN's GM Steve di CostanzoDr. Cathy Collins, CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield CountyBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Host: Steve di Costanzo, GM of WPKN RadioGM Report To The Listeners: Lori Jones, Director of Programming and Audience Development, Quick Center For The Arts at Fairfield University.By WPKN Community Radio.
 
Steve di Costanzo, WPKN's GM interviews Samantha Dynowski, State Director, Connecticut Chapter Sierra ClubBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Host Steve di CostanzoCommunity Radio WPKN's GM, Steve di Costanzo hosts his monthly GM REPORT TO THE LISTENERS today from 12noon to 1pm. Steve will review some recent activities CT Folk, Blues & Views and well as upcoming events like tonight’s underground series at The Acoustic; WPKN's Music Mash-New Haven Record Fair next week Saturday; WPKN’ ...…
 
John Kovalsky and Jordan Mendez, two Bridgeport natives and artists, talk about Rock The Sound, a community festival they organized that took place yesterday at Seaside Park in Bridgeport.Rock The Sound featured yoga, meditation, music, workshops, vendors, live painting, creative storytelling, and more.For more information on Rock The Sound, fu ...…
 
1. First Day of School, Kindergarten where overly enthusiastic Ina Chadwick winds up having to go home after a chair mishap. 2. Fourth grade Halloween party causes Ina Chadwick to protest when she tries to protect the class from teacher-cruelty.3. Maureen Hallock, a gourmet, learns she has a detriment in her path to the food-sensuality she love ...…
 
• Campaign to End U.S. Complicity in Yemen War Targets Senate Democrats to Amend NDAA; • Investigating the Illegality of Ohio and Georgia's Massive Partisan Voter Purge; • Climate Emergency: What Must be Done Now to Avert Climate Catastrophe#yemenwar #ohio #georgia #voterpurge #climateemergencyVisit our website at BTLonline.org for more informa ...…
 
Hosted by David Green of The Cultural Alliance Of Fairfield County.Our September 2019 conversation was with Peter van Heerden, Executive Director of Fairfield University’s Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts.Peter van Heerden is approaching his fifth anniversary leading the region’s flagship performing arts center. Peter has brought an unpreced ...…
 
Doug Henwood, economic commentator and host of the Behind the News podcast, discusses the history and effect of tariffs on the global and US economy.Interview by Richard HillBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Youth climate activists Lily Gardner, a high school junior from Lexington, KY, and Sarah Berger, 9th grader from Stonington, CT, talk about their organizing efforts for the Youth Climate Strike set for Sept. 20 across the country and around the globe.Interview by Richard HillBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
Tammy feels she is being treated unfairly by our medical treatment policies and Abigail is hoping to help her CEO lead with confidenceBy WPKN Community Radio.
 
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