This week, we celebrate successes and honor friends we've lost. Have you ever heard a score inspired by I-5, performed at a truck stop? Learn more in our email!

Give to KBOO before midnight tomorrow

We're less than $10,000 away from our $25,000 goal. Get us there with your support. And remember, all new memberships and extra gifts will be matched by The Collins Foundation and SSI Shredding Systems.
Digital Preservation

If you haven't heard, KBOO has a nice collection of audio. Learn about recent developments with our nearly 4,000 historic programs in this blog post by resident archivist Selena Chau!

KBOO On-Demand - on the mobile app!

The KBOO mobile app is a great way to connect with the station anywhere you go. But, did you know, that we've added our incredible local programming to our on-demand offerings?

Listen to your favorite KBOO shows on the go!

The 2016 Artist in Residence Performance

December 11th, 2pm
at the Jubitz Travel Center and Truck Stop

Join us at the Jubitz Truck Stop for the 2016 Artist in Residence Lou Watson's presentation of Traveling I-5: an original score and short film. The event will be a demonstration on how to turn your daily commute into a musical adventure.

KBOO's in the PSU Vanguard for our podcasting partnership!

The PSU Vanguard just published an article on the course we've collaborated on at Portland State University: Catherine McNeur's HST 411/511 course Public History Lab: Podcasts and History. The students are history podcasts called "This Week, Back Then".

In honor of recently departed KBOO friends

Our dear friend, Charles deGreef, passed away on November 20th. Charles made incredible radio for 46 years, hosting the only Dutch music show in the US. His final show in September included his son, Charles. Our hearts and thoughts are with his family and friends.
Uncle Homer's Jazzhole Cover host, Homer Clark

Jazz impresario and long-time radio host Homer Clark passed away recently. Homer shared his love for jazz on KBOO, KEX, and KMHD. He is also one of the founding members of the Jazz Society of Oregon. We miss you, Homer.
We have the cure for post-election depression: free citizen journalism training
Learn how to report from a local, grassroots perspective. If you're looking for a way to participate in a better media, this event is for you. Dinner is pot-luck style, so join us for brainstorming how the news can better serve you and your neighbors.

Andre Middleton interviews Cole Merkel and Joseph Glode about engaging the houseless community in telling their stories with art on Art Focus.

Vinyl Pajama Party takes us on a Post Thanksgiving Drumstick Extravaganza, focusing on creative percussionists!

Dr. Jane Manning hosts Blues Junction, featuring a tribute to the late great Sharon Jones.

Elysian Brewing has lined up an EPIC night of beers, beats, rhymes and dancing to raise funds for KBOO Radio & celebrate the latest release of their Manic IPA Series, Break Beat IPA. The Melting Pot host Takimba, The Pariahs, and Vinylogy will vibrate that dance floor. The party starts at 8pm!
From the Grassroots profile on Earth, Wind and Fire

From the Grassroots, a radio show that agitates for social change with music and commentary, will focus on the music and joyful sounds of Earth, Wind & Fire. Earth, Wind & Fire this Saturday.  Their sound waves will penetrate the existential crisis of 2016 and the anxiety of 2017.

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