Tag Archives: Pacifica

Michael Corcoran :
Crisis at Pacifica Radio

The iconic Pacifica Radio network, one of the last remaining broadcast outlets for progressive voices, is facing an increasingly uncertain future. By Michael Corcoran | Truthout | February 2, 2015 Pacifica Radio, one of the most iconic and last remaining … finish reading Michael Corcoran :
Crisis at Pacifica Radio

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METRO | Marlo Blue : Pacifica Radio on the brink

Money problems, political struggles, could lead to dismantling of iconic progressive radio network. By Marlo Blue | The Rag Blog | June 21, 2014 HOUSTON — Once again the radio network for peace, Pacifica Foundation Radio, is at war. Plagued … finish reading METRO | Marlo Blue : Pacifica Radio on the brink

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Thorne Dreyer : Houston Was an Unlikely ’60s Hotbed

The staff of Space City!, Houston’s late ’60s-early ’70s underground newspaper. Cover photo — from the paper’s June 8, 1971, issue — by Jerry Sebesta. Image from Wikimedia Commons. Boys From Houston:Bayou city was unlikely ’60s hotbed Houston may not … finish reading Thorne Dreyer : Houston Was an Unlikely ’60s Hotbed

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RAG RADIO / Thorne Dreyer : ‘Radio Unnameable’ Legend Bob Fass and Filmmaker Paul Lovelace

Late-night radio revolutionary Bob Fass, left, and filmmaker Paul Lovelace. Rag Radio podcast: Free-form radio legend Bob Fass and‘Radio Unnameable‘ filmmaker Paul Lovelace “I wanna be a neuron — I don’t wanna be the brain. We’re all the brain.” — Bob … finish reading RAG RADIO / Thorne Dreyer : ‘Radio Unnameable’ Legend Bob Fass and Filmmaker Paul Lovelace

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Ivan Koop Kuper : Huey P. Meaux Was the Crazy Cajun

Huey P. Meaux was the Crazy Cajun By Ivan Koop Kuper / The Rag Blog / September 22, 2011 One Friday evening in 1973, a burly looking biker entered the control room of community radio station KPFT FM, the Pacifica … finish reading Ivan Koop Kuper : Huey P. Meaux Was the Crazy Cajun

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Ivan Koop Kuper : KFMK-FM Was Houston’s ‘Mother Radio’

Bumper Sticker design for FM radio station KFMK. Graphic © Joel R. Cheves 1965 – 2008. Image from OmegaGraphix. Progressive Radio Roots:KFMK-FM was part of a radio revolution By Ivan Koop Kuper / The Rag Blog / September 22, 2010 … finish reading Ivan Koop Kuper : KFMK-FM Was Houston’s ‘Mother Radio’

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Thorne Dreyer :
The KKK in the news today… and back in Sixties Houston.

The Klan recruiting in the Panhandle; Klan cop in Florida; a Klansman says ‘I’m sorry.’ (Oh… and how they shot us up in the Sixties!) By Thorne Dreyer | The Rag Blog | February 9, 2009 As if things weren’t … finish reading Thorne Dreyer :
The KKK in the news today… and back in Sixties Houston.

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Retro to August 13, 1989

Thanks to Thorne Dreyer who had this hidden somewhere in his closet. It was first published in the Texas Magazine of the Houston Chronicle, August 13, 1989. Houston’s ’60s night scene: Joplin sang here for $20 a nightBy CLAUDIA FELDMAN, … finish reading Retro to August 13, 1989

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