Broadcasting music from the UC Santa Cruz campus started back in 1967. As you can see from the picture, we faced some pretty stiff competition back then. Technology has marched on in the last four decades but The Great 88 remains a resource for local talk and fine music. KZSC asks that if you have […]
There have been student broadcasters at UC Santa Cruz for 45 years, but what was college radio like before that? Is it very different now? Here’s an interesting look at college radio from 1956. Notice standard student attire at the station included suit and tie. Some things never change.
John has Neil DelFino on the show talking about the oil industry & America’s energy supply/use.
This week on universal grapevine is Julie James from the Jewel Theater Company’s production of “Geography of a Horse Dreamer.” Also on the show: Kathy Bisbee and Lynn Miller on community television in Santa Cruz county.
Thursday night, I witnessed one of the greatest acts on metal this world has seen. No, it wasn’t any big name bands like Opeth or Gojira. It was just a small three piece band, who use nothing more than 2 lights, a little bit of fog, and three instruments to create one of the most unbelievable live […]