The first presidential contest of the year takes place tonight in Iowa, where voters will file into roughly 2,000 caucus precincts just as a blizzard descends on the state. We get the view from on the ground, and discuss why the candidate with the most votes doesn’t necessarily win. Plus: the conventional wisdom on how … Continued


Entrevista con Carlos Mejía y Carlos “Frijol” Guillén de La Cuneta Son Machín, banda nicaraguense Silvia Torres informa sobre el Programa de Aprendizaje de Producción de Radio de KPFA, First Voice Media. Y Cápsulas Insumisas presenta “Ante el Sistema Rebelate” Conducido por Miguel Guerrero.


Featuring music from Alex Calder (Edmonton, Alberta) with a track off the recent Covers EP via Bandcamp. Forward thinking art-rock duo Field Music, highlighting one of my favorite tracks off their new album Commontime via Memphis Industries. Polyvinyl electronic artist Pillar Point pointing out my personal choice well-liked cut off the new album Marble Mouth. … Continued


Despite its clean environment and health-concious residents, California’s Marin County has been called the breast-cancer capital of the world. But is the seemingly high incidence of the disease actually the result of high rates of screening, and tests that often yield false positives? And did some health officials allow the dubious reputation to continue, to … Continued