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A Weekend of Networking at the LPFM Radio Roundup in Davis, California

On October 8th and 9th, KDRT hosted the Low Power FM Radio Roundup in Davis, California, an event which brought together volunteers from both long established and emerging community stations around California and Oregon.

The conference provided a space for volunteers from all these stations to network and share skills and experiences. The event included trainings in radio journalism, internet streaming, radio theater, and covered a variety of station management and legal issues.

More Photos: Click this link for more photos on Indybay.org
 

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News :: Gender & Sexuality

Insex Cult Leader Calls It Quits!

Insex.com the #1 BDSM web site in the world shut down this week after the new release of documentary WWW.XXXEXPOSE.COM cracked and decoded the cult leader, PD's formula (check out the link www.insex.com/new/sale/default.asp, it's selling for 4 million, any takers?)! Unlike the digital photos and videos of abuse shot at Abu Ghraib, which has the nation in an uproar, the filmed activities of REAL sadistic tortures found on the sight Insex.com have gone reasonably unnoticed, operating under the guise of a legally operating BDSM modeling business.
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Arts & Culture

MDC (Millions of Dead Cops) Show this Sunday!

ALL AGES show!!!!
The bands on the bill are:
Millons of Dead Cops (MDC)
Instant Asshole
Blown to Bits
30 Years War
Good Neighbor Policy
 

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LOCAL News :: Education & Youth : Gender & Sexuality : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

MILITARY OFF UCSC - MARCH & RALLY TUESDAY!

 

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News :: Arts & Culture : Government & Elections : Peace & War

Peace Activist Wins Nobel Prize in Literature

In his politics a proponent of peace, and in his art a master of silence, Harold Pinter has received his just reward from the Swedish Academy with their announcement of the Nobel Prize in literature. It was Pinter's adaptation of "The French Lieutenant's Woman" in 1981 that helped launch the careers of Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons. Pinter also began his career as an actor, and in the 50 years since has become one of the world's most widely respected playwrights, winning accolades from Tom Stoppard and Vaclav Havel. The occassion was true to form, by his own account: "I was called 20 minutes before the official announcement. The chair of the Nobel committee phoned and said, 'You have been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature'. I remained silent, and then said, 'I'm speechless.'"

In a report from ABC news, Nobel permanent secretary Horace Engdahl added to the academy's explanation for Pinter's win, saying the playwright "restored theatre to its basic elements - an enclosed space and unpredictable dialogue, where people are at the mercy of each other and pretence crumbles". His style even saw the word 'Pinteresque' added to the artistic lexicon, meaning "a work of drama full of atmospheric silences peppered with half-stated insights".
 

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Announcement :: Health & Drugs : Poverty & Urban Development

Plea for Guatemala

Guatemala.jpgWe've heard how Hurricane Stan has ripped through Central America and Mexico. Here is one way you can help prevent death for the most vulnerable victims.
 

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LOCAL Commentary :: Globalization & Capitalism : Government & Elections : Labor & Economics

Santa Cruz Uses Reserve Funds to Spur Local Businesses

Santa Cruz hasn't gotten a Wal-Mart yet and I hope they never will. I would like to see more cooperatives. Who wants to start one?
 

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LOCAL News :: Alternative Media

Hurricane Relief - List of Types of Donations Most Needed (as of 13 OCT 2005)

The Santa Cruz County based "Follow Your Heart" Hurricane Relief Team is currently collecting donations for their second trip to the Gulf Coast Regions severely impacted by recent hurricanes. Donation collections for person impacted by recent storms started on Wednesday October 5 at the Clock Tower in Downtown Santa Cruz. The collection station is staffed from 8am - 5 pm daily. "Follow Your Heart" has formed an alliance with "Doctors Without Hospitals." The latter organization was founded by Michael Lindley, a 2nd year medical student at Tulane University in New Orleans. Michael is origially from Visalia CA and spoke at the meeting at the Veteran's Hall in Santa Cruz on September 29, 2005. See: santacruz.indymedia.org/feature/display/17197/index.php

Donatations collected during the October campaign will help in meeting some of the needs being expressed in the areas through which the Santa Cruz County Based relief team will travel. See santacruz.indymedia.org/feature/display/17207/index.php for recent postings from a local traveling ahead of the relief team who is assessing the situation first-hand and reporting back to the team here on what items are needed most at this time.

The October Hurrican Relief team will leave Santa Cruz County on Wednesday, October 19th. Donations will be transported to the relief areas via tractor-trailer. The team hopes to leave the area with with a 53 ft trailer or or two 23 ft trailers, towed in tamdem. The following table describes the most urgent needs and types of donations being asked for:
 

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News :: Alternative Media

Legislation in Washington Attacks Public Access TV

Three Bills now in the House and Senate could end public access TV in America.
 

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News :: Media Criticism

The SHORTWAVE REPORT 10/14/05 ¡LISTEN GLOBALLY!

A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.
 

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