Story Time

Story Time 5/19/2013

On May 19th, the Kinetic Poetics Project bunch joined us in the air room for a good thirty minutes of slam poetry and rhymes. You can check out KPP by clicking on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/KineticPoeticsProject During the second half of the show, Cabrillo Professor, writer, and theater artist, Helene Simkin Jara, read a few […]

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Tasty KZSC App!

If your crusty old phone is toast and you’re replacing it with an Android or you just spent some bread on a new iPad or iPhone, we have hot news. KZSC has apps that allow you to take The Great 88 anywhere you want with your smartie-pants phone. You listen live to either program stream, […]

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Beck @ The Rio & Coping With Not Going

Like me, you’re most likely disappointed that you didn’t get your ticket to see Beck at the Rio tomorrow night (and if you’re not you’re one lucky ticket holder). I’m sure you planned on laying in bed numbly, wondering how you could be so foolish as to not buy a ticket immediately (at least that’s […]

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Kaumakaiwa Kanaka’ole May 22nd

Kaumakaiwa Kanaka’ole is the eldest son of Kekuhi Kanahele and descends from a distinguished hula family. “Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai” (a Wiki Wiki Wednesday favored song) was composed by his great grandmother, Edith Kanahele Kanaka’ole; his family’s music traditions go back seven generations. Kaumakaiwa brings his experience as ‘olapa (dancer), choreographer and composer to […]