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KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
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    Can prisons change their colors from grey to green?  Santiam Correctional Institution has a great story to tell about their efforts toward a more sustainable path.  Susi and Nichole Hodgin break out the good news about what’s happening behind bars … Continue reading

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    On today’s program, Joel interviews the owners of The Gallery at Ten Oaks in McMinnville, Oregon, Dan and Nancy Morrow. With Dan and Nancy is The Gallery at Ten Oaks Featured Artist, Bob Dodson. … Continue reading

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    On Hiatus Willamette Wake Up’s “Legislative Matters” segment with Cindy Condon and Jan Margosian is on hiatus until the next legislative session. Listen for them early next year. This summer Willamette Wake Up will cover the 8 – 9am time … Continue reading

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    Every Fourth Friday, Marc interviews Rebecca Maitland and Hope Skelton about things happening in the Downtown Core. Episode 1 July28, 2017: Introductions to the new show, as Marc Albert, Rebecca, and Hope talk about this new cool feature of WWU, … Continue reading

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  • 08/02/17--07:03: Episode 35
  • Karen is gone, but Brian is back and with him is two special guests, Garrett and David Duncan! Yes, it takes two people to fill Karen’s shoes. Go to our website and check out a bunch of amazing Cool Sheets that will for sure help you … Continue reading

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    Kylie Pine, WHC Curator & Collections Manager, discuss the scope of work for a museum curator, as well as what is entailed in producing a major exhibit. … Continue reading

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    Bishop Gene Robinson was recorded when he spoke at St. Paul’s Episcopal church on July 8th.  The title of his presentation: God’s love & the LGBTQ Community. Robinson is widely known for being the first priest in an openly gay … Continue reading

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    Ann Interviews the cast members from Enlightened Theatric’s You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, from Elsinore Theatre’s Little Shop of Horrors, and Eugenia Cano, in town to direct Alas de Mariposa at Casa de la Cultura Tlanese … Continue reading

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    In anticipation of the First ever Englewood Forest Festival, we bring in Madalena and Elvicious to discus music, life and enjoy a live performance from each. … Continue reading

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    Michael Rose interviews Anna Scharf, a board member of the Polk County Farm Bureau, about immigration, land use, growing canola in the Willamette Valley and other topics important to Oregon agriculture. … Continue reading

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    Salem Mayor Chuck Bennett talks about the appointment of an environmental action subcommittee as part of the City’s strategic planning process, the new transit committee and the prospects for a “sobering center.”

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    Danial Ficek, Program Manager at the Union Gospel Mission’s men’s shelter in Salem, talks about his work with the homeless, the multiple challenges the homeless face in overcoming the disabilities, despair and shame they live with and his own journey … Continue reading

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    Are you a supporter of community radio? Would you like to help the Mid- Willamette Valley’s KMUZ community radio thrive while also earning some cash? KMUZ is looking for a few energetic community radio fans to help it expand its … Continue reading

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    Simon Sandusky, Guest Services Manager at the Union Gospel Mission’s men’s shelter in Salem, talks about the different programs offered by UGM, the client assessment protocols UGM uses, UGM’s plans to build a new facility and how he came to … Continue reading

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  • 08/09/17--12:05: Episode 36
  • We have another great show for you today! Karen is off again, but Brian will be joined by special guest host Mark Green, who is someone you definitely want to know. Not only is he an all around great guy but he is also one of … Continue reading

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    This week Joel interviews Lynn Takata, Artist, and Organizer of the Englewood Forest Festival. Additionally, Joel interviews Ann Kresge, Festival Artist. … Continue reading

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    Wanna find an unusual way to get sustainably roasted and delivered coffee?  Joseph Penner, owner and operator of Steel Bridge Coffee, has just the thing for you.  He joins us on Waste Matters to tell his story of how bicycle-delivered coffee can … Continue reading

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    Daniel Adamo, an astrodynamics consultant focused on space mission trajectory design, spoke about the essential elements of a total solar eclipse and why eclipses, like the one visible in Salem, are important and exciting events. … Continue reading

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    Corrie Dietz-Loomis, Englewood neighbor and Ruth Roberts, Lord & Schryver Conservancy, talk about the history of the Englewood neighborhood and Englewood Forest Park.

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  • 08/16/17--22:08: Cool Sheets Episode 37
  • After an amazing month of guest hosts, Karen & Brian are back on the air together and to celebrate they have a jam-packed show of cool sheets to share with you! You will hear about everything from DIY insect repellant and two of their … Continue reading

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    Bob Krebbs, director of the Salem-Keizer Transit District, or Cheriots, talks about the Transportation package recently passed by the legislature and its impact on transit in Salem, Keizer and the surrounding area.

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    Ann and Ed talk with Robert Salberg and some of his cast members to share some of the crazy fun of Spamalot, at the Pentacle Theatre. Then Linda Cashin will talk about Aumsville’s murder mystery coming up, Dead Man’s Chest, … Continue reading

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    This week Joel interviews the author, Diane Forsberg, the poet, Eleanor Berry, and the photographer, Joel Zak (as himself) on a new collaborative effort titled “Never Solitary”. … Continue reading

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    Photojournalist Ron Cooper shares his experiences as he documented the character of Salem through the years with his photography for the local newspapers.

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    Photojournalist Ron Cooper discusses the changes to newspaper photography over the years, as well as his ongoing work to capture the spirit of the Willamette Valley with modern technology.

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  • 08/27/17--10:39: Firelight Stories June 2014
  • Folk Tales: The Peddler’s Dream and the Shining Fish

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  • 08/27/17--10:50: Firelight Stories July 2014
  • Oregon History Stories:  Al Faussett, and the Flood od 1890.

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    Jolene Kelly and Ed Flick recap how Marion County’s planning for the eclipse event turned out – highlights and lessons learned.

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  • 08/28/17--22:56: Cool Sheets Episode 38
  • Here’s another fun episode of Cool Sheets that is all over the place! Brian tells you about something that has been hovering over you for your whole life that you may have never noticed–look up!–and reveals an eye-opening podcast that … Continue reading

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    Nick Williams, new CEO of Salem Area Chamber of Commerce speaks about membership, programs and business community in Salem.

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    Michael Rose interviews Brian Dalton, Mayor of Dallas, Oregon about managing a small town in Oregon, and issues specific to Dallas.

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    Ann and Ed discus these theatre icons, and play some clips.. . … Continue reading

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    Michael Rose interviews John McConville, executive director of Salem Free Clinics, about health care and insurance needs in rural Oregon.

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    Folk tales:  Wild Hunt; Emerald Forest; Dancing with the Fairies; Milk Jugs.

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    Folk Tales:  Nail soup; The Gift; Mullah Nasruddin & Light; Mullah Nasruddin & Cigars.

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    Holiday Folks Tales:  La Befana; The Apple Tree; Kirscha.

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    Oregon History Stories:  Jake McClain; Hathaway Jones Rock & Winter.

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  • 09/04/17--12:29: Firelight Stories March 2015
  • Lighthouse Stories:  Columbia River Lighthouse; Lighthouse and the Selkie.

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  • 09/04/17--12:33: Firelight Stories April 2015
  • Folk tales:  Four Foolish People; Abu Kassan.

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  • 09/04/17--12:37: Firelight Stories May 2015
  • Oregon History stories:  Musa Geer; Going Home from School; Hans Hanson.

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    Ann Montegue, SEIU Local 503, talks about the rolling strike of 1987; Ramone Ramirez, PCUN, talks about farm worker issues; Steve Hall and Kim Harmon, AFSCME Local 2067, talk about collective bargaining in the City of Salem

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    New program host Catalina de Onís introduces her new segment on Willamette Wake Up; then interviews Laurie Dougherty and Linda Wallmark of 350 Salem about Salem’s Climate Action Plan.

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  • 09/07/17--09:13: Cool Sheets Episode 39
  • This week we are honored to have the one and only Rob Drinkenstein join Brian for another great episode of Cool Sheets! Rob the bartender is a man of the community, and he shares an amazing local non-profit that you might … Continue reading

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    Vanessa Nordkye, President-Elect of the Oregon State Bar discusses the role and function of the bar, how it serves the general community, and how the legal profession is changing.

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    This is a rebroadcast where your host Joel Zak interviews artist and art therapist Christine Young. Listen in! … Continue reading

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    City of Salem Historic Preservation Officer Kimberli Fitzgerald shares her experiences from an archaeological “dig” at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site as well as updating us on current historic preservation projects in the Salem area.

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  • 09/12/17--09:33: Cool Sheets Episode 40
  • Buckle up and brace yourself for this episode of Cool Sheets!  This week Brian teaches you a whole new language that you’ve never before imagined, and he’s got a website that will give you a music listening experience that will … Continue reading

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    Julie Miller and Leopoldo Cortes of Miller Farm in Salem discuss the U-pick options available to visitors and the importance of supporting sustainable, local food.

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    Joel Ibora, Oregon One Coalition, talks about an initiative petition being circulated that, if on the Nov 2018 ballot and passes, would repeal Oregon’s status as a sanctuary state. Other issues discussed: DACA and recent decision by Salem Keizer School … Continue reading

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    Ann and Ed talk with Vincenzo Meduri of Enlightened Theatrics, with Jeremy Clubb and Andi Bean of the musical Dog Park, opening at Keizer Homegrown Theatre, and Kate Thomas, director of Annapurna which just opened at the Verona Studio … Continue reading