Mr Bailey, Melé, Flashmob, Brookes Brothers, and Niche Guest DJ DREW ZILLA!

It’s another fab weekend on MTG with J Zed as she brings you tribal house by Mr Bailey, Melé on the remix for Denney, a two-fer from Flashmob, and then a brand new drum n bass track from Brookes Brothers…which sets things up nicely for what promises to be a HUGE guest mix from our last spotlight on artists from the recently-shuttered Niche club, the DnB force that is Drew Zilla! LOG ON, OR JOG ON…stream us worldwide at KKFI.ORG, or analog-style at 90.1 FM.

“White Night” Plus 40 + Global LGBTQ News!

This week on This Way Out:

Echoes of White Night 40 years later; Taiwan becomes the first in Asia to open civil marriage to queer couples, more Mexican states equalize marriage, the U.S. House passes the Equality Act on to a surly Senate, Chick-fil-A gets fried for its higher calling to hate, one Aussie athlete is kicked out while another one comes out, and more LGBTQ news from around the world!

Featuring:

Douglas Schmidt; Harvey Milk; Cleve Jones; Amber Hollibaugh (uncredited); Dianne Feinstein; Harry Brit; and Meg Christian & Holly Near. 

Credits:

Hosted this week by Lucia Chappelle and produced with Greg Gordon. “NewsWrap” reporters: Tanya Kane-Parry & Rob Lecrone, produced with Brian DeShazor. Correspondent: Greg Gordon, with archival reports by Gene Parish/NPR; Mike Hodel, Emily Clark, & Eileen Alfandary/Pacifica Radio; David Hosley/KNX Radio; and on-scene coverage of the City Hall police riot & Castro invasion by Fred Brungard & Michael Rutz/Fruit Punch Collective-KPFA Radio, with Steve O’Neil/Ravenshead Communications.Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Add’l music: The Tom Robinson Band.

United Fruit Company: Rotten Bananas and Keeping America White: US Immigration Policy

What do you know about bananas? This week on the Heartland Labor Forum, listen to author Peter Chapman peel the layers of corruption and ruthlessness to reveal the origins of Chiquita, the infamous United Fruit Company. Then, Zac Mueller and Diana Martinez discuss the racist history of US immigration policy. They say it’s not just about who gets in. Our immigration laws are a reflection of who we are, who we want to be as a nation, and what it means to be American. Tune in Thursday at 6pm, rebroadcast Friday at 5am.

United Fruit Company: Rotten Bananas and Keeping America White: US Immigration Policy

What do you know about bananas? This week on the Heartland Labor Forum, listen to author Peter Chapman peel the layers of corruption and ruthlessness to reveal the origins of Chiquita, the infamous United Fruit Company. Then, Zac Mueller and Diana Martinez discuss the racist history of US immigration policy. They say it’s not just about who gets in. Our immigration laws are a reflection of who we are, who we want to be as a nation, and what it means to be American. Tune in Thursday at 6pm, rebroadcast Friday at 5am.

River City Chautauqua: Surveillance Capitalism, Internet Privacy and Homegrown Music

This month’s River City Chautauqua will feature philosophy professors John Symons from KU and Ramon Alvarado from the University of Oregon discussing internet privacy and Shoshanna Zuboff book “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism”.  We will also be talking with local singer-songwriter and musician Chris Hudson and play some of his music.

Soup to Nuts & late night sample

First in the soup series was “Soup to Nuts” created in 2010. It ranges from Jeff Beck & Imogen Heap, to A.C. Reed with Bonnie Raitt, to Fela Kuti & the Africa 70, to Talking Heads. A not-to-be-missed collection followed by Pillsbury, sampling from his show Our 6-String World.