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KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
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    Ann and Beth host Eric Rigler and Dirk Freymuth in an interview/performance. … Continue reading

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    Co-host Sky Blaw welcomes guest Elise Bauman, the executive director of Salem Harvest. They discuss the growing and harvesting process and ways for community members to volunteer and receive food in exchange for their efforts. … Continue reading

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    Advocates discuss pros and cons of the upcoming statewide vote on Measure 101, a tax expansion measure aimed at countering the rising cost of healthcare and shrinking federal funding for health coverage for many Oregonians. … Continue reading

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    Kasia Quillenen discusses the mission of Salem CityWatch, a grassroots organization devoted to influencing City of Salem policies.

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    Benny Williams, President of the local chapter of the NAACP, talked about the upcoming march commemorating the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Williams also discusses NAACP activities in the Salem Keizer area.

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    Eric Howald talks with Ryan from Magic Wheel Chairs, a Keizer nonprofit that creates elaborate costumes for kids in wheelchairs.

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  • 01/12/18--17:30: Cool Sheets Episode 56
  • Here are our last ten #coolsheets of 2017!  Brian talks about one of his favorite people that has inspired him in various ways and tells you about two bulletproof and FREE learning resources. Karen gives you a toolbox for revolution … Continue reading

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    Nathan Good joins Waste Matters on the Air to discuss the importance of sustainable architecture and walks us through the steps of building a green home from bottom to top.  Where else can you build a home in only thirty minutes??  … Continue reading

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    Ann and Beth interview Pentacle Theatre cast members performing in the Irish play Dancing at Lughnasa, winner of the 1992 Tony for Best Play. … Continue reading

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    Chuck talks about the policy considerations that go into determining when “warming centers” for the homeless are opened and the City’s efforts to establish a “sobering center.”

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council.

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    On today’s broadcast, Joel interviews Marlie Thomas Rowell. Please click on the image on the left to view a larger version and read all the details. … Continue reading

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    Elyce and Ed from The Crying Eyes stop into KMUZ studios for an interview and performance… … Continue reading

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  • 01/14/18--20:01: Cool Sheets Episode 57
  • After a week off, Karen & Brian are back another new and amazing episode of #coolsheets! Karen is fresh from her trip to Hawaii and, believe it or not, she has some cool things to share with the oceans and sea life! She also … Continue reading

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    The program discusses the upcoming Race, Rhetoric, and Media Symposium at Willamette University, January 18-20, which is open to the public. Presenter and WU student Melissa Legaria Cisneros previews the event. … Continue reading

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    Kate Van Ummerson and Christopher Rambaugh, Salem Public Library Foundation, discuss Salem Reads 2018, a One Book One Community project to encourage community engagement around the issue of refugees.

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    Reverend Rick Davis, Sarah Rohrs and Yvonne Rogers talk about their congregation’s Sanctuary Program and a January 27th event to help fund it.

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    Kimberli Fitzgerald, City of Salem Historic Preservation Officer, looks back on historic preservation efforts in our area, as well as what may be coming forward in 2018.

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    Miriam Sontz sees a new generation of readers growing up with “real” books in their laps, but also sees business owners and employees struggling with the competition of online sales and the urgent cost of living and need for healthcare.

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    In this Polk County segment, Det. John Williams, Polk County Cold Case Unit, discusses several cold cases still being investigated.

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    Melanie Zermer captured the thoughts of people marching to honor the message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on January 15, 2018.

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    Ann and Ed talk with Linda Baker from Keizer Homegrown Theatre about upcoming auditions and the Theatre’s NEW HOME, Aumsville Community Theatre talks about their radio show, and McKay High School’s Xanadu cast members stop in for a visit! … Continue reading

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    Melissa Lindley, the Community Outreach Coordinator for Willamette Valley Hospice, explains what “hospice” is and why we all should know and care about it.

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    Interview with Colleen Owen on Urban Farming and the Sustainable Living Center’s series of classes held at Pringle Creek Community.

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council, which included Council’s initial discussion of the Corps of Engineers’ plans for construction projects at Detroit Dam to improve native fish spawning and the effects of the projects … Continue reading

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    Sgt Jason Van Meter talks about the Salem Police Department’s Mobile Crisis Response Team — a program in which specially-trained police officers and mental health professionals respond together to crisis calls in the community.

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    Michael Livingston talks with Susy Saray, an interpreter and community liaison for the North Santiam School District, who not only keeps non-English speaking parents connected with their children’s schools, but, notwithstanding the area’s limited resources, also finds help for those … Continue reading

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  • 01/23/18--21:19: Cool Sheets Episode 58
  • On this episode, superstar Mark Powers joins Karen as a special guest co-host sitting in for Brian. Whether you’re looking for organizational tools, a wholly unique destination to visit, or you’re looking for the spark that will fire up the next generation of … Continue reading

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    WU student Olivia Orosco shares why local activism, coalitional work in Portland, and study abroad experiences matter for climate and environmental justice both locally and globally. … Continue reading

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    Taylor West, Marion Polk Food Share and Victoria Binning, Marion County Extension Service, discuss the 2018 Food Summit at Willamette University Sat. Feb. 3rd.

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    Dr. Holly Hodges, Medical Director for WVP Health Authority talks about the opioid epidemic in Marion County and new ways to treat pain.

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    Taproot owner, Christopher Holland, joined Waste Matters on the Air and gave us a history on how he went from a young North Salem High  grad into the world of restauranting. Hear how he did it, along with a few of his reuse and repurposing tricks he learned along the way.      … Continue reading

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    On today’s broadcast, Joel interviews Jon Deshler, Fine art commercial photographer, Author & Illustrator – Jazz musician To find out more of what Jon is doing please check out his following websites. http://jondeshler.com/ https://www.jondeshlermusic.com/ https://www.abiquastudio.com/       Please note: … Continue reading

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    Marc talks with Juan Carlos Ordonez about the 2013 Oregon Legislature tax break given to pass through income earners, how it compares to the federal tax break given in 2017, and how it is projected to impact Oregon revenues in … Continue reading

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    Bill Bradbury is a former state lawmaker, secretary of state, and even ran for governor a few years ago.  Today, he serves on the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. In this week’s edition of The Forum we hear him review … Continue reading

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  • 01/30/18--16:07: Cool Sheets Episode 59
  • Podcast ace Austin Rich steps in for Brian, and he’s got a great lineup of #coolsheets that will most certainly pique your interest: an immersive 360 film by one of his favorite filmmakers, a cooking hack for newbies, an archive of wholly unique radio programs, … Continue reading

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    Show Highlights: Salem-based CCTV community facilitator Luis Mendoza shares his experiences with our local community TV station and ways that residents can get involved. … Continue reading

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    This replay of Willie Richardson of the Oregon Black Pioneers reflects on one African American woman’s experience in Salem in the 1970s and how she became part of the Oregon Black Pioneers. Black Pioneers currently have an exhibit at the … Continue reading

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    This week on the Forum, the pollution-management programs called “Cap and Trade” are part of national and world negotiations, as utilities and state leaders consider putting a price on Oregon’s carbon emissions.   … Continue reading

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    Ann and Ed talk to WOU’s Stephen Nielsen and Selena Moreno who perform in The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence, and they also entertain folks from Disenchanted! … Continue reading

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    Ann and Beth interviews with Emmet Cahill! … Continue reading

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  • 02/07/18--20:59: Cool Sheets Episode 60
  • We have an amazing special extra long show ready for your listening pleasure! We are so excited to have Leslie Venti joining Karen and Brian on the show today! It’s going to be packed full of new #coolsheets that you won’t want to miss! Listen on our website and … Continue reading

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    The Willamette Valley is lucky to have a guy like environmental educator Jon Yoder who uses his vast expertise to educate young and old alike in the ways of  the natural world.  And lucky you to be able to find out … Continue reading

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    This was a very delightful interview and performance with Five Letter Word. Fun! … Continue reading

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    On Today’s Talking About Art program, Joel interviews Professor Ricardo De Manbro Santos. Professor Santos is with Willamette University’s Art History Department. For more information about Professor Santos please click HERE. … Continue reading

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  • 02/13/18--10:03: THANK YOU!
  • Once again you have told us that KMUZ and community radio is critical to the mid-Valley. We surpassed our Winter pledge drive goal of $9,000 to continue our daily operations throughout the spring. Thank you! If you meant to contribute … Continue reading

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  • 02/13/18--22:07: Cool Sheets Episode 61
  • We’ve got another stack of amazing #coolsheets! Brian​ shares one of the largest dietary myths of all time, talks about his biggest surprise movie at Sundance, and shares a brand-new podcast that is made by one of the best interviewers on the … Continue reading

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    This week on The Forum two separate recordings are combined. First, it’s Oregon Governor Kate Brown delivering her “State of the State” message. Second, the inimitable Peter Courtney, president of the state senate, outlines priorities for the short legislative session this … Continue reading

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    Ed and Ann interview the cast of ‘Night Mother, then Jay Gipson-King talks about the upcoming Cherry Blossom Theatre Festival, the Pentacle’s Calendar Girls show up, and West Salem High School’s cast members from Hamlet drop in!! … Continue reading

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    Interview and performance with Bre Paletta!! … Continue reading