First on this week’s Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall talks to Mark Alvarado, the new Executive Director of People United for Economic justice Building Leadership through Organizing (PUEBLO) profiled by Nick Welsh in the Indy. (He’s also a former KCSB DJ.) Then, Lark Batteau returns to the studio to discuss the opening of Buddha Abides, the Buddhist art show she curates, as it enters its 11th year. After that comes a discussion with Lynnelle Williams and Roz Sherman, two of the women behind the Willbridge Santa Barbara housing program, which Isabelle Walker wrote about in the Indy. Finally, Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition Executive Director Ed France stops by to talk about the cycling event-packed month ahead, which he and his group have dubbed CycleMAYnia.
Music this week, organized by the Indy’s Pop Culture Editor Aly Comingore, includes tracks from Crystal Stilts, Cannons and Clouds, and He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister, all of whom will play Santa Barbara soon. You can tune in to Poodle Radio live every Thursday morning from 8-9 a.m. on KCSB, 91.9 FM in Santa Barbara or on KCSB’s webcast at KCSB.org.
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First on this week’s Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall talks to Mark Alvarado, the new Executive Director of People United for Economic justice Building Leadership through Organizing (PUEBLO).
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