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This program features various forms of rock, including Flashback, Electronica, Vaporwave, and Psychedelia.

Vaporwave Etc. 3:00-4:00am
Episode date : May 2, 2015
On The Pipeline

Vaporwave Etc. 2:00-3:00am
Episode date : May 2, 2015
On The Pipeline

Vaporwave Etc. 1:00-2:00am
Episode date : May 2, 2015
On The Pipeline

On this edition of Arts Magazine, performers Mark Robbins and Blair Sams stop by the KKFI studios to tell us about the Kansas City Repertory Theatre production of Sticky Traps.

Later, Devon Carney (Artistic Director) and Bruce Wells (Ballet Master In Residence) will talk about the Kansas City Ballet production of Dances Daring. All this, plus a new edition of Russ SimmonsFreeze Frame, right here on YOUR community radio station, 90.1 FM!

Update on Cannabis Legislation

A wide range of legislation legalizing cannabis for recreational and medicinal uses, as well as hemp production were introduced into the Missouri legislature this session. Some of the bills have been moving forward while others have not. Host Jessica checks in with Eapen Thampy of Show Me Cannabis to find out which bills may come out of the legislature and what changes Missourians will see if the governor signs them. Plus we find out what is happening with the effort to get Jeff Mizanski released from a life with out parole sentence for possession.

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Website – http://show-mecannabis.com/

The KC Freedom Project With Latahra Smith

The KC Freedom Project is concerned with prosecutirial misconduct, sloppy investigation, withholding evidence or ignoring evidence that does not fit the scenario that will get a conviction. They are about freeing the innocent and fighting a system that can acknowledge innocence of a convicted person and still hold them with legal technicalities, such as arbitrary deadlines.

Craig Lubow talks with Latahra Smith of the KC Freedom Project about what they are doing to free innocent people and how you can help. Check them out at – http://www.kcfreedomproject.org/

KCFP understands how difficult it is for incarcerated persons to represent themselves Pro Se in a court of law. Due to the limited resources in the prison law libraries inmates are most times left without having access to valuable up to date law changes, statues and information causing them to be at an disadvantage as they petition the courts. We serve as an extension to connect the inmate with information and assistance needed in the following areas at no cost to the inmate.
- Obtain court transcripts and police investigative reports.
- Search for inconsistencies within cases.
- Provide video services for the recording of witness interviews and witness recantments.
- Locate witnesses for court ordered appearance.
- Perform extensive background checks on witnesses.
- Travel to the prison for legal visits.
For support and prayer call the KCFP prayer hotline conference line at 712-775-7031 when prompted enter our meeting ID number 338489289#. We are available nightly from 9PM to 10PM.

In the first half of the program, Early Childhood/Elementary School Principal, Petra M. Horn-Marsh and Bilingual Specialist, Kester L. Horn-Marsh with the Kansas School for the Deaf discuss the national youth art competition, De’VIA (Deaf View Image Art) at KSD.

Kansas School For The Deaf www.ksdeaf.org
De’VIA (Deaf View Image Art) www.deafart.org

Writer/author/educator, Patrick Dobson joins Maria for the second half of the program to discuss his latest book, “Canoeing the Great Plains: A Missouri River Summer.



Petra M. Horn-Marsh, PhD graduated from Gallaudet University with a BA in Secondary Education and History, a MA in History from Utah State University, a PhD in Sociology from Utah State University, and completed a Deaf Education certification program at the University of Kansas. She is currently an Early Childhood/Elementary School Principal as well as an AEBPD bilingual mentor at the Kansas State School for the Deaf in Olathe, Kansas, in her 10th year at KSD. Before that, she was a Bilingual Specialist and also an AEBPD lead mentor for CAEBER. She served as a school administrator at Jean Massieu School of the Deaf, a bilingual charter school in Riverton, Utah, for a year and at California School for the Deaf, Riverside, for a year and a half prior to coming to KSD. She also has been teaching a variety of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture courses for 20+ years. She is Deaf with two Deaf children and 3 hearing children. Finally, she co-wrote an article, “Bilingual Students Publish Works in ASL and English”, with Kester Horn-Marsh in the spring 2009 issue of the Odyssey magazine. In Fall 2012, Petra and Kester were the co-chairpersons of the ASLRT hosted at KSD.

Kester L. Horn-Marsh graduated from Avila University with a BA in English education and an MA in Deaf Education from the University of Kansas. He was a high school language arts teacher at the Kansas State School for the Deaf in Olathe, Kansas for 7 years before becoming the Bilingual Specialist. He is also an AEBPD bilingual mentor in his eighth year at KSD. He taught ASL courses in the foreign language department in Lawrence public schools for 7 years prior to KSD as well as at the University of Kansas for four years. He is also a freelance interpreter and works for Sorenson as a video relay interpreter. He is an OCODA with two Deaf children and 3 hearing children. He enjoys farming, camping, kayaking, and hiking. Finally, he has co-wrote an article, “Bilingual Students Publish Works in ASL and English”, with Petra Horn-Marsh in the spring 2009 issue of the Odyssey magazine

Patrick Dobson is a writer, college professor, and union ironworker in Kansas City, Missouri. His second book, “Canoeing the Great Plains: A Missouri River Summer,” will be published May 1, 2015. His first book, “Seldom Seen: A Journey into the Great Plains,” was published to critical acclaim in 2009. He earned a doctorate in History and American literature at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2013.

Patrick will talk about his new book, Canoeing the Great Plains: A Missouri River Summer, on Thursday, May 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library.

Susan and Russ agree that “Ex Machina,” the new science fiction thriller about artificial intelligence is the best movie of the year, so far.

Take Two: “Ex Machina”
Episode date : May 1, 2015
On Take Two

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