What’s Next for Venezuela as U.S. & Opposition Reject Negotiations Aimed to End Crisis Peacefully? Trial of El Chapo Highlights Failure of U.S. War on Drugs, But Will U.S. Ever Be Held to Account?
As the pioneering world fusion band Ancient Future prepares for its 40th anniversary concert (Tuesday, Feb. 12, at the Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley), founder and scalloped-fretboard guitar wizard Matthew Montfort brings a version of the group into the KPFA studio to perform live on “The Hear and Now.” The quartet will include Mindia Devi … Continued
Too many people suffer the negative – and preventable – consequences of poor oral health. These aren’t just cavities, but life-threatening diseases like diabetes and heart disease. Learn how you can prevent this with Dr. Will Courtenay and his guests, Dr. Michael Reddy, Dean of UCSF School of Dentistry, and Berkeley dentist Dr. Ariane Terlet.
Today we talk in-depth about the latest on the US foreign affairs of the Trump administration, from withdrawing US troops from Syria, to the U.S. recognizing Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the legitimate president of Venezuela, to the U.S. announcing plans to withdraw from a corner stone nuclear non-proliferation treaty, Guest: Stephen Kinzer is … Continued
Virginia Legislative Black Caucus: Governor Northam Must Resign over Blackface Yearbook Photo; As Virginia Governor Waffles on Blackface Yearbook Photo, NAACPLeader Calls His Apology “Invalid”; Historian: Americans Must Face Violent History of Blackface Amid Virginia Gov. Racist Photo Scandal; Lights Back On at NYC Jail After Hundreds Protest, But Prisoners Still Without Heat in Winter.
“Prison Abolition” had been a widely discussed idea for centuries, and was adopted –even by centrists– in the 1970’s. —But during the last 40 years and a staggering boom in imprisonment – prison abolition seemed like a fringe idea. “Get rid of prisons?!” Only radical activists thought that was possible. But in the last decade the tide … Continued
El Día que Murió el Rock. Producción y conducción por Miguel Guerrero
Music from Brazil. With Host Adalia.
A rebroadcast of an interview with the late, great saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist, and poet JOSEPH JARMAN (9/14/37 – 1/9/19). An early member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), he was a founder of its flagship group, the Art Ensemble of Chicago. The interview was conducted by program host Art Sato in 1985. … Continued
On Saturday, February 2, 4-6pm, tune in to “In Your Ear” on KPFA, 94.1 FM, www.kpfa.org for a rebroadcast of an interview with the late, great saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist, and poet JOSEPH JARMAN (9/14/37 – 1/9/19) An early member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), he was a founder of its flagship … Continued