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KUSP's public affair program, featuring local news, public affairs, arts and interviews.

KUSP's public affair program, featuring local news, public affairs, arts and interviews.
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Santa Cruz, CA

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KUSP's public affair program, featuring local news, public affairs, arts and interviews.

Twitter:

@KUSP

Language:

English

Contact:

203 8th Avenue Santa Cruz, CA 95062 (831) 476-2800


Episodes

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Convocation

2/19/2014
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The 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Convocation featured Dr. Freeman Hrabowski,III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, since 1992. In his talk, entitled “The Role of Youth in the Civil Rights Movement: Reflections on Birmingham,” Dr. Hrabowski will share his perspective on the Civil Rights movement – including the experience of being [...]

Duration: 01:33:40


Conversations About Desalination

7/16/2013
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Listen aboveto radio version (51 min.) .Or, to the entire conversation: Part 1 | Part 2 By J.D. Hillard | KUSP News A question we heard in a few ways from our Public Insight Network, was why Santa Cruz couldn’t just conserve its way out of its situation. Don Nielsen is a good example: ”I [...]

Duration: 00:51:01


Checking in With Newly Elected Officials

6/10/2013
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Above interview by J.D. Hillard KUSP’s J.D. Hillard talks with Zach Friend and then Bruce McPherson to discuss community issues such as water conservation, transportation, and other community goals. J.D. asks them about their progress on campaign goals and how they are working to better the community.

Duration: 00:48:42


State of the Re:Union “Southeastern Washington: The Unlikely Perfect Place”

5/28/2013
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(Note: Replay from Feb. 4, 2013 broadcast) How Technology is Influencing Higher Education| By Stephen Smith | APM - Digital technologies and the Internet are changing how many Americans go to college. From online learning to simulation programs to smart-machine mentors, the 21st-century student will be taught in fundamentally new ways. In this documentary, Stephen [...]

Duration: 00:53:57


California’s Bay Delta Wetland

4/1/2013
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JD Hillard sits down with State Senator Bill Monning to discuss health care policy, CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) reform, unlicensed contractors, and the state of California’s education. John Laird, California Secretary for Natural Resources, also joins us to discuss new proposals for the Bay Delta Conservation Plan that aim to create & preserve 50-100 [...]

Duration: 00:51:39


Monterey Bay Area Legislative Priorities: Cannella, Stone

2/20/2013
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By J.D. Hillard California State Senator Anthony Cannella represents much of the Salinas Valley as well as Hollister and Central Valley cities Los Banos, Merced and Madera. Mark Stone represents much of the coastal Monterey Bay area in the California State Assembly. Both will be working on imp[roving the state’s realignment program to alleviate impacts [...]

Duration: 00:54:12


American Radio Works – Keyboard College

2/4/2013
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How Technology is Influencing Higher Education| By Stephen Smith | APM - Digital technologies and the Internet are changing how many Americans go to college. From online learning to simulation programs to smart-machine mentors, the 21st-century student will be taught in fundamentally new ways. In this documentary, Stephen Smith asks whether these innovations can help [...]

Duration: 00:44:14


Planet Cruz Comedy Hour

1/28/2013
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The above audio was broadcast on KUSP January 6th 2013. For more information about Planet Cruz and upcoming performances, visit their website.

Duration: 00:58:01


Who Will Replace Mark Stone?

11/5/2012
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By J.D. Hillard At the end of the show Kirby Scudder, Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Institute of Contemporary Arts, speaks with Jake Thomas whose show at the Felix Kulpa Gallery “Dark Fields” combines three series each by a fictional character. First Santa Cruz County’s Fifth district includes Scotts Valley and the San Lorenzo [...]

Duration: 00:58:16


October 28, 2012

10/29/2012
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Duration: 00:58:00


September 30, 2012

10/1/2012
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Duration: 00:28:58


September 30, 2012

10/1/2012
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Duration: 00:28:58


September 16, 2012

9/17/2012
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Duration: 00:59:53


September 9, 2012

9/10/2012
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Duration: 00:28:58


August 26, 2012

8/29/2012
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Duration: 00:28:58


Oil Exploration in Aromas? and Science and Art at the Marine Sanctuary Expl

8/17/2012
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By J.D. Hillard First a look at the new gateway to the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Then agroup in Aromas is gathering signatures to ask San Benito County Supervisors for policy to protect them from oil exploration. Earlier this year Graniterock, the construction materials company that operated the Wilson Quarry in Aromas, confirmed it [...]

Duration: 00:28:59


Getting the US Off Oil

8/13/2012
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In this week’s show we discuss Woody Guthrie a hundred years after his birth. Woody Guthrie’s daughter Nora discusses the folksinger’s legacy. And Amory Lovins, Chairman and chief scientist at the Rocky Mountain Institute has a plan he hopes could ween the United states off its dependence on oil. He spoke with Kelly O’Brien producer [...]

Duration: 00:28:58


Political Art; an Original Play From Cabrillo Stage

8/5/2012
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Rick Kleffel takes us through another offering from the Cabrillo Stage, the professional musical theatre company that performs at Cabrillo College’s Crocker theatre. We hear some songs and speak with the cast of the original play Escaping Queens. Also, in this political season, words are flying building camps and backing up points of view. Though [...]

Duration: 00:29:00


Upward Bound – Supporting the College Dreams of Low Income and First Genera

7/30/2012
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We hear from an artist who’s setting out to draw the world’s guitar fans for a festival in Santa Cruz; Pajaro valley serves as a laboratory for water conservation technology; we review the latest album from Patti Smith and the film Intouchables. At the top of the show, the summer session just ended for Math [...]

Duration: 00:59:48


The Campaign for the Henry Miller Library; Fuel From Algae

7/22/2012
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Dennis Morton reviews the new film people like us, Jeff Dayton Johnson give us a look at a groundbreaking new jazz album inspired by the civil rights movement, two montery Bay area artists have created a book to teach the Alphabet and a bit about being human and Kirby Scudder speaks with Henry Miller Library [...]

Duration: 00:29:26

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