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From the best of SXSW to custom-designed DJ mixes, our overnight continued...
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Call for Proposals - Radio Documentaries
THE AUGUST CALL IS NOW CLOSED but future calls will be made for 15m, 30m and 1hr documentaries.
Check out the requirements and start prepping for the next call this fall. You can find full information to prepare your . . . NEWS page
Station Orientation Schedule
Join CJSF as a volunteer, take the 45-minute orientation tour!
Drop by (no need to sign up) to get started in radio!(Room TC216 right over the campus main entrance.)
1st Friday of each month at 2:30 pm
2nd Tuesday of the month at 4 pm
3rd Thursday of the . . . NEWS page
next workshop October 2015
At CJSF we look at stories - especially news and culture stories - from a different point of view than what you might read in the news and arts sections of commercial media.
This workshop gives . . . NEWS page
Endeavours - August 31
writer/journalist Johann Hari, director Sophie Dersape.
Endeavours - September 7
Music: Lisa Leblanc
Endeavours - November 23
Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy
Circuit Des Yeux at The Cobalt
by Trevor Wilson
I’m walking into this concert knowing three things about Circuit des Yeux: she is a woman, she is signed to Thrill Jockey, and she plays instruments and sings. I hadn’t heard one single note of music from her, but Thrill Jockey is my stamp of quality. I could have of easily of listened to the album, but I chose not, not until I bought it, as something resonated with the album artwork and the name. I just knew I would enjoy it. And I did. A powerful live experience would serve as my introduction to Circuit des Yeux. continued...
From Britain With Love
by Elaine Harder
From Britain with Love, a musical extravaganza that originally showcased on April 2nd, 2015 at The Kay Meek Centre, had its second performance tonight at The Vancouver East Cultural Center. Featuring Vancouver-based jazz songstress Amanda Wood, this multimedia “tribute to the British Invasion celebrat[es] the torch and diva singers across the pond from the 60s to today” in which Wood belts out some of the musical hits of the UK’s musical greats, exhibiting musical flair and stylistic grace. In the end, we are transported across time and space. continued...
Vancouver Folk Fest Highlights
by Nick Lagasse
For 38 years running, the Vancouver Folk Music Festival marks the middle of summer for the fair city, and yet this 2015 edition of the hippy/hipster mainstay at Jericho Beach Park felt extra luminous. Amazing weather (if you like it real hot and dusty) and 60 artists from 15 countries made this the most schizoid cross-cultural yet relaxingly accessible urban festival of the year. continued...
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FemConquest - Ep. 1
On the first ever episode of FemConquest, Laura plays music from female-identified artists of all genres! Featuring songs from Santigold, Other continued...
Visions of the Vancouver Viaducts
Check out feedback and resources from the event: www.sfu.ca/publicsquare/blog/2015/vancouver-viaducts.html http://strathcona-residents.org/ continued...
Orangutans, Letters From the Inside, Alternative Medicine
SFU Ideas & Issues
Orangutans and Kindness -Peak Speak has some choice stories from the Peak SFU. An interview with Lisa Ortan, coordinator of Letters From the continued...
Books on the Radio Magazine - August
On todayís show Iím very excited to play some amazing archival audio recordings of legendary poets. All of these recordings have come to us courtesy continued...
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