WEATHER »

Talking Continuing Education and Community Activism

Poodle Radio, June 22, 2010


On this week’s Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall is joined first by Indy reporter Ethan Stewart, here to discuss his cover story on the ongoing controversy about SBCC’s continuing education program. They talk about what’s actually going on with the budget, what’s in whose control, how the public perception of the situation is changing and how the future of continuing education looks from here. Then, activist (and former Grassroots host on KCSB) Eric Cardenas drops by the studio to talk about his efforts organizing the Stand in the Sand, a demonstration of solidarity with the population living near the recent Gulf Coast oil spill.

Audio Clip

Poodle Radio #25

On this week’s Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall is joined first by Indy reporter Ethan Stewart, here to discuss his cover story on the ongoing controversy about SBCC’s continuing education program.

You can tune into Poodle Radio live every Tuesday morning from 8-9 a.m. on KCSB, 91.9 FM in Santa Barbara or on KCSB’s webcast at KCSB.org.

Questions, comments or suggestions to do with Poodle Radio? Don’t hesitate to send them to colin@independent.com.

To submit a comment on this article, email letters@independent.com or visit our Facebook page. To submit information to a reporter, email tips@independent.com.



Be succinct, constructive, and relevant to the story. Leaving a comment means you agree to our Discussion Guidelines. We like civilized discourse. We don't like spam, lying, profanity, harassment or personal attacks.

comments powered by Disqus
event calendar sponsored by:

Bank Robbery Suspect Kills Self in Bathroom

A man barricaded in the bathroom of a Goleta business apparently killed himself after robbing a bank ...

News-Press’ Found to Owe Union and Employees $2.2 Million

National Labor Relations Board puts money amount on employee losses since 2006.

Fire Starts Just West of Buellton

[Update] Vegetation fire starts on the 1000 block of Highway 246; Bobcat Springs on evacuation warning.

UCSB Enrollment Up

Admission jumps 10 percent though housing concerns remain.

Banned in Santa Barbara

City Council says no more plastic straws or Styrofoam.