August's featured programmer is Dj Panda McFloo with the program The Kids "Are Not" That Revolting. Described as music for those who are cute and cuddly, but mildly cranky, music for the geeks that are far too weird, rebellious on…
San Francisco band The Soft Moon will be releasing their second LP, Zeros, on October 30th. Tour dates are set, and they'll be hitting da bay - December 14th at Oakland's New Parish, and December 15th in San Francisco at…
Bruce Bratton has a live interview with Lisa Uttal from the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, as well as Sally Green from the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County.
LGBTQ Public Affairs; news; new musical artist releases review; community calendar & announcements.
Remember Beck's "The Information?" The album that provided stickers so you could create your own cover? Well Beck is back and taking it one step further, with his new album featuring 20 songs of sheet music - and it's up…
John has Katie Purcell, Max & Kimberly Spooner on the show talking about open gardens and sailing adventure.
Guests Rich Novak and Grant Wilson call-in to talk about politics.
Gender theorist and activist Kate Bornstein will be at Bookshop Santa Cruz to promote her new book, A Queer and Pleasant Danger: A Memoir. The book is described as "The true story of a nice Jewish boy who joins the…
Bruce sits down with Audrey Stanley about Shakespeare Santa Cruz and Becky O'Malley about "The Berkeley Daily Planner" Online.
GLBT Public affairs; Olympics wrap-up; news & notes; community calendar & announcements.
John has Andrew Tuckman on the show talking about recycling and the great city of Santa Cruz.
Bruce has an interview with Denice Macy about Land of the Medicine Buddah as well as Joe Ferrard about "Atlantis Fantasyworld."
Kai and Richard continue talks about the Olympics and Chick Fil A, as well as other boycott movements concerning LGBTQ causes.
August 6th is when Jamaica commemorates their independence as a nation. With a total population of less than 3 million, the tiny island country has provided the world with a disproportionate number influential athletes, artists and music. Ska and reggae…
Interview with Sierna Andrea, Eric Schnieder and Daniel Bittleston about the Santa Cruz Storytelling Festival.
John Sandige has Casey Coonerty and Charles Friedman talk about local politics.
Kai and Richard talk LGBTQ affairs - the Olympics as well as Chick Fil A and marriage equality, community calender and announcements.
Kevin Spitzer subs Talkabout.
Recorded Bookshop Santa Cruz's short story contest winners as well as owner Casey Protti.
LGBT news and public affairs, calendar, and announcements.
Interview with David Hanson & Sharon Nash about the community and their book "Allies in Truth."