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KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
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    Ann and Ed welcome Jennifer Dolphin and a cast member from McMinnville’s Gallery Theatre’s production of StopKiss, and Enlightened Theatrics’ Vincenzo Meduri, director of Next Fall, opening at the historic Grand Theatre here in Salem. … Continue reading

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    Jon Fro stops by the KMUZ studios for a show and interview! … Continue reading

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  • 10/22/17--16:29: Cool Sheets Episode 46
  • Are you ready for another splendid episode of #coolsheets? Karen will tell you about an amazing project that just got unveiled and has a couple tips to get you in the mood for cool weather. Brian has another helpful social hack for you, a super … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council, which included adoption of the City’s “Strategic Plan” and a motion for a City Code amendment permitting citizens to raise ducks on residential property.

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    Straub Environmental Center Outreach and Engagement Coordinator Antonia Decker discusses the organization’s ongoing efforts to expand outdoor access to Willamette Valley community members. … Continue reading

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    Marion County Commissioner Janet Carlson and Commander Jeff Wood, Marion County Parole and Probation discuss the expansion of the Marion County Reentry Initiative, now called the Justice Reinvestment Initiative.

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    Kendra Alexander, Food Resource Developer for Marion Polk Food Share talks about how to organize a food drive.

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    Desta Sirrine of One Fair World joins Waste Matters to share what O.F.W. is all about, why it’s a Fair Trade organization, and how they’ve managed to reduce waste and become a more sustainable organization.   Check.  It.  Out. … Continue reading

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    Marc and Rebecca chat about downtown, the Mainstreet grant, and life in the alleys.. Listen to ALL of the Downtown Lowdown reports with Rebecca here: Downtown Lowdown w/Rebecca … Continue reading

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    Marc speaks with Juan Carlos Ordonez about income inequality in Oregon, read more at Oregon Center for Public Policy’s website: OCPP.org Listen to ALL of our Fourth Friday Focus interviews here: Fourth Friday Focus with Oregon Center For Public Policy … Continue reading

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    On Today’s program, Joel interviews Artist Bonnie Hickerson, whose art has been described as “Lyrical, sensual, organic…”. Bonnie and Fellow artist, Rick Schanche talk about her art and her journey. … Continue reading

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    Kitzhaber speaks at the Salem Chamber’s “Forum Speaker Series” (Oct 9, 2017). He told the audience that the focus of health care policy needs to change from making insurance affordable to addressing the root cause of high premiums…the cost of … Continue reading

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    Great segment, great talent, get the record, see the shows! Certainly my favorite acoustic band in the area, and Kristen is as fine a songwriter as you’ll find anywhere.. … Continue reading

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    Folks tales:  Stubborn Husband Stubborn Wife; Tiger in the Court

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    Folk tales: The Lonely Fisherman

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    Folk tales:  The Magic Purse; Pancakes

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    Folk tales:  Silver Pine Cones; Two Pine Cones

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    Folk tales:  McChordum of the Seals; The Mermaids Price

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  • 10/29/17--17:41: Firelight Stories March 2017
  • Folk tale and modern folk tale:  Jumping Mouse; Coyote gets a Cadilac (by Susan Strauss)

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  • 10/29/17--17:45: Firelight Stories April 2017
  • Oregon History stories:  Eddyville; Henderson Lewelling

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  • 10/29/17--17:48: Firelight Stories May 2017
  • Oregon History story:  Doc Hay

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  • 10/29/17--17:51: Firelight Stories June 2017
  • Folk tale:  The Fruit Tree

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  • 10/29/17--17:54: Firelight Stories July 2017
  • Oregon History story:  Klondike Kate

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    Oregon History story:  Homer Davenport & Duff

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    George Lakey was the keynote speaker for the 2017 Salem Peace Lecture that occurred on October 25th. In this interview on October 23rd, Lakey talked about his newest book Viking Economics and non violent resistance to create sustainable social change.

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    Jan Margosian and Cindy Condon discuss activities of the interim legislative committees and what it means for the short session beginning in February. Topics included the work by OLCC on marijuana rules, education and the Equifax identity breech.

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  • 11/01/17--00:51: Cool Sheets Episode 47
  • In this episode, Brian and Karen load you up with ten new #coolsheets that will help you capture ideas and sounds, learn new beautiful words, slow down, nourish yourself, find balance, and basically everything that you’d ever want in life! … Continue reading

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    Willamette University Biology Professor Rosa Leon-Zayas discusses her Puerto Rican roots and concerns about the present and future of Puerto Rico in the post-Hurricane Maria aftermath. … Continue reading

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    This is an excerpt from a Salem City Club presentation about Salem’s bond measure to seismically upgrade the library. This excerpt, presented by Jim Scheppke, retired State Librarian and supporter of the measure, focuses on how Salem Library came to … Continue reading

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    Logan Dickey, summer intern for Cherriots, discusses his experience riding the buses to identify potential hazards at the bus stops.

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    Andrea Williams, Executive Director of Causa and Paul Krissel, Co-chair of Racial Justice Racial Organizing Committee discuss the implications of IP-22 and the organization behind getting it on the ballot.

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    Mark Fancey, former Community Development Director for the City of Monmouth, talks to Melanie Zermer about his memories in Monmouth and future plans.

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    Polk County Sheriff Mark Garton talks with Michael Rose about collaboration between law enforcement and mental health professionals to keep ill people out of jail and get them into treatment.

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    Former outdoor guide Ken Ploeser discusses his project tracing the history of our indigenous Native American tribes by walking and geo-marking the creeks of our local region.

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    Ann and Ed talk about Keizer Homegrown Theatre’s Heaven Can Wait, Corban University’s Music Man, Western Oregon University’s Radium Girls, and Pentacle Theatre’s Christmas Carol wow, what a show! … Continue reading

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    Marilyn Daily talks with Michael Livingston about the inevitability of aging, the benefits of preparing for it, and how a conversation with “Earl” challenged and ultimately changed her belief that older individuals are there to be taken care of.  As … Continue reading

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  • 11/07/17--22:41: Cool Sheets Episode 48
  • Here’s a not-to-be-missed episode: Special guest co-host Garrett Russell brings a bounty of #coolsheet goodies to the table!!  Garrett’s got an effective way to reach your goals, the benefits of attending and engaging in music/art/community-oriented festivals, and gives tons of … Continue reading

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    Niki Kates and James Willis discuss life as Willamette University student athletes and the sustainability-related discourses that interest them. … Continue reading

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    David Lewis, Native History Researcher, talks about the history of Indian education since U.S. Government involvement in Indian affairs; includes history of Chemawa Indian School.

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    On today’s program, Joel interviews local artist, Dayna Collins. “I speak in several dialects of visual language” … Continue reading

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    Eric Howald, Managing Editor of Keizer Times, talks with Keizer Mayor Cathy Clark and City Manager, Chris Eppley about new fees Keizer residents are seeing on their utility bill.

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    Chuck talks about the City’s recently-adopted Strategic Plan, the City’s securing an option to purchase the buildings and land on the block of Commercial Street just south of the Center Street Bridge and what’s next after the City Council’s rejection … Continue reading

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    For years, Nate and Rochelle Rafn have been striving to create a restaurant that embraces sustainability as a core principle of their operations.  How do they do it?  Rochelle joins Waste Matters and fills us in on the details that it entails. … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council, which included a “work session” to review an in-depth report on pedestrian safety, approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the City and Marion County to fund and operate … Continue reading

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    Melissa Baurer, the Service Integration Team Coordinator and Community Liaison for Santiam Hospital, talks about planning for the January 31st survey to identify the individuals and families who are homeless and unsheltered in the Santiam Canyon and how community volunteers … Continue reading

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    Jaime Arredondo, a long-time member of Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN), discusses his group’s successes and challenges in this interview with WU student Maria Saldaña Suastes. … Continue reading

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    Gretchen Bennett, Salem Human Rights and Relations Commission and Danielle Meyer, Commission co-chair and LGBTQ Task Force chair talk about the upcoming Transgender Day of Remembrance event and other commission activities.

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    Alex Buron, Latino Unidos Siempre, talks about activities youth are engaged in as part of LUS’s mission. Specifically about actions around DACA and the annual community Heritage Dinner.

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    Kimberli Fitzgerald, City of Salem Historic Preservation Officer, talks about public archeology projects and updates us on current historic preservation efforts in our area.

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  • 11/16/17--18:20: Cool Sheets Episode 49
  • We have another great episode of #coolsheets! Karen has several new ways to embrace, honor, and enjoy the holiday season and Brian is back with another great podcast, something to binge on Netflix and a book that takes you into the mind and world of … Continue reading