The Morning Show

The New KPFA Morning Show – December 20, 2010

We talk to artists featured in Intersections for the Arts, current exhibit, “EcoArchive: Meditations on Time and Nature” then discuss the repeal of Don’t Ask; Don’t Tell policy with Retired Army Lt. Col. Molnar. Our radio activists report includes Carolyn Skar of Oakland’s Living Graveyard, Edith Briggs of Sebastopol Women in Black, Beth of Lake Merritt Neighbors for Peace (LMNOP) & Cynthia Papermaster of Code Pink. Everything spiced with music by: Kinsey Sicks from their, “Oy vey in a Manger: Christmas carols and other Jewish music. Hosted by Tara Dorabji and Adrienne Lauby

Play list:

Have yourself a Harried Little Christmas, Vanna White Christmas, Jingle Bells Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, & God Bless Ye Femmy Lesbians songs from Kinsey Sicks, “Oy vey in a Manger: Christmas carols and other Jewish music”

 

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