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Your Your Voice Voice in in the the Columbia-Pacific Columbia-Pacific Region Region

KCPB

90.9 Warrenton

KMUN

91.9 Astoria 89.5 Tillamook


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CROW’S NEST by Graham Nystrom Station Manager

Cannon Beach Translator News It sure is exciting to be the one to put the finishing Cannon Beach Translator on and off for touches on a project that required so much time, several years now, I am absolutely thrilled attention, effort and funding. I’ve said it before, to report words have evolved into concrete action! and I will say it again, that we are standing on the shoulders of giants who built this station, It’s time to find KMUN on the dial in Cannon and put the pieces in motion to deliver this Beach and Arch Cape on 89.3FM. The signal improved service to Cannon Beach. We had a is originating from a higher vantage point, and promises much improved coverage into Tolovana ton of help from collaborating partners like the City of Cannon Beach Emergency Management and Arch Cape. Possible beyond! Director Rick Hudson and local emergency radio operators who are installing critical emergency THE PEOPLE AND FOUNDATIONS WHO MADE THIS POSSIBLE: communications infrastructure on the tower as well as our FM broadcast equipment. May we Doug Sweet, Joanne Rideout, Jerry Middaugh, never see another storm like the Great Coastal Rick Hudson, Trevor Mount, Karen LaBonte, Gale of 2007, but if we do, it is my hope that this Bruce St. Denis, Sunset Empire Amateur Radio new radio site makes the world a little safer, more Club (SEARC), Oregon Community Foundation, resilient and more connected. In good times and Pacific Power Foundation, Pacific Power, Cannon bad, KMUN is there for you. Beach Electric, Thoreson Excavating, Gray Frierson Haertig, Robert Rogers, Ray Merrit, Martin North Hospitality, the active KMUN members of Cannon Beach. FTER TALKING ABOUT THE

“...we are standing on the shoulders of giants who built this station...”

Dear KMUN As supporters of KMUN for the past twenty years or more, we were thrilled to receive Graham Nystrom’s message letting us know that we can now receive a strong signal at 89.3. We have been able to remove unsightly antennae, unstring wires from the window shades, and put to use radios that have told the time in the LED display panel but produced little more than static. We can now wake up to Exploring Music followed by Morning Classics and listen to Morning Edition with breakfast. Weekends are made special with my favorite World of Bach and one of Rex’s favorites Celtic Aire. We extend our gratitude to all those who volunteer at KMUN and to others who join us in supporting an essential community resource. -Diane Amos north side Cannon Beach

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music, theatre & dance! full calendar of events at libertyastoria.org

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4 STEPS to End the Pandemic

To end the COVID-19 pandemic, we must use all the tools we have.

Get vaccinated when you can.

Wear a mask.

Stay 6-feet away from others and avoid crowds.

Wash your hands often.

Bringing your vision to life with quality craftsmanship

New custom homes and whole-house remodels

503.791.8111 CCB 213352

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Coast Community Radio Staff STATION MANAGER/CHIEF ENGINEER

Graham Nystrom, graham@kmun.org PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Emma Geddes, emma@kmun.org DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

Susan Peterson, susan@kmun.org MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR

Janet Fryberger, membership@kmun.org

TILLICUM FOUNDATION BOARD

Victoria Stoppiello, President (2022) Larry Scott, Vice President (2021) John Stevenson, Treasurer (2021) Jack Harris (2021) David Campiche (2021) Sarah Lu Heath (2022) Todd Lippold (2022) Kathleen Sayce (2022)

NEWS DEPARTMENT

Joanne Rideout, Director Kathleen Morgain news1@kmun.org OPERATIONS

Nevada Sowle, nevada@kmun.org

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

Every 4th Wednesday at 5 pm on Zoom. Contact Graham, at graham@kmun.org, for credentials.

BOOKKEEPING

Jennifer Rasmussen PUBLICATION DESIGN

Alex Appel

ACCOUNTING

Integrated Business Services Inc 98 10th Street, Astoria, OR 97103

Tech Support Team ENGINEERING SUPPORT

Terry Wilson Sunset Empire Ham Radio Club Gray Haertig Michael Johnson NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR

Jacob Humphries

The CURRENT program guide is a quarterly publication of Coast Community Radio. KMUN-FM, KTCB-FM and KCPB-FM are noncommercial community radio stations owned and operated by the TILLICUM FOUNDATION PO Box 269, Astoria, Oregon 97103 (503) 325-0010

COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD COMMITTEE

Rick Beck Nate Sandel Joyce Hunt Albert Smith

Gabe White John Stevenson Ann Ornie

Community Advisory Board will announce their meetings on KMUN . The public is invited.

Meeting and Event Notices Please submit event and meeting information at kmun.org. On-air notices are on hold until further notice. See full instructions on how to submit to KMUN community calendar on page 10.

Coast Community Radio serves the Lower Columbia Pacific Region through commercialfree community radio programs and services that enrich life by illuminating the role of the arts, promoting cultural and educational growth, and bringing focus to current issues of local and regional public interest while providing a forum for diverse and under-served groups. While listening, you will find local news, public affairs and an eclectic mix of locally hosted music shows. The Tillicum Foundation mission is to serve the Lower Columbia Pacific Region through commercial-free community radio programs and services that enrich life by illuminating the role of the arts, promoting cultural and educational growth, and bringing focus to current issues of local and regional public interest while providing a forum for diverse and under-served groups.

Studios are located in Tillicum House at 1445 Exchange Street, Astoria, Ore. — www.kmun.org feedback@kmun.org

Like us at KMUN 91.9 Coast Community Radio

Follow us at @kmun91.9

The Tillicum Foundation is tax-exempt and all gifts, grants, and contributions to it are tax deductible to the extent of the law. KMUN broadcasts 5000 watts of power at 91.9MHz from its main transmitter on Megler Mountain, 250 watts from a translator located in Cannon Beach, and 10 watts at 104.3 from a translator in Wheeler and 91.3 from a translator serving Astoira’s south slope. KTCB broadcasts 400 watts of power at 89.5 MHz from Cape Meares, serving Tillamook County. Tillicum Foundation also operates a second program service. KCPB broadcasts at 400 watts from Megler Mountain at 90.9 MHz. COAST COMMUNITY RADIO

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FROM THE DEVELOPMENT TEAM by Susan Peterson Development Director

Ready and Able as the 45th Parallel Universe Orchestra provides a pandemic lessens and we work to reframe soundtrack to whatever you are doing. Laugh and our lives, KMUN remains ready and able become fearless with Coaster Theater in the special Shakespearian play “Don’t Fear Shakespeare in to adapt to changing circumstances. One way the Park!” And finally, move and express with we have expanded to bring visual art and culture the Sparrow Dance Company presentation of to you is thanks to a Clatsop County Cultural “Creek”. Coalition grant. S THE PERIL FROM the worldwide

With the generous $2000 grant to be used in 2021, KMUN tv - the visual arm of KMUN - was able to pay venues, artists and video production costs for four lovely performances. These are available to review by a link to KMUN tv on KMUN .org and YouTube. Get ready to snap your fingers along with the music of John Stowell and Rob Scheps recorded live from the Bay City Arts Center. Contemplate life with classical music from the Liberty Theater

KMUN staff, board and volunteers heartily

thank the Clatsop County Cultural Coalition for believing in our vision, especially in the challenging days of the pandemic. Happy Summer to all. Be well and be safe, Susan

Launch your KMUN legacy with planned giving. CONTACT SUSAN ABOUT PLANNED GIVING TODAY! CALL (503) 325-0010.

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FROM THE MEMBERSHIP CORNER by Janet Fryberger Membership Director

The Cream of the Crop EMBERS ARE THE LIFEBLOOD of

Coast Community Radio. Truly! This radio station is nothing without its community aka our listenership, our volunteers, our staff and board, and especially our members.

“Knowing we can depend on that support really helps us plan our budgets.”

But that’s enough math! Knowing we can depend on that support really helps us plan our budgets. It is something tangible that we can work with and that brings peace of mind. That’s the beauty of recurring gifts; they keep coming and we keep being grateful for them. So, a big Thank You to everyone in our community, especially our 2,000 members, and an extra cherry on top for our Monthly and Annual Sustainers.

And Sustainers are the cream of that crop, the icing on that cake, and the knees on those bees! I’d like to say thank you to all our Sustainers, monthly and annual, past, present and future. Sustainer gifts fund major change here because we Information about KMUN Sustainerships can be can predict and budget for a significant part of our found at kmun.org or write me at membership@ kmun.org income. And that makes a huge difference. From June 1, 2020 to June 1, 2021, 398 monthly Sustainers donated 3,800 gifts totaling $53,900. And our 21 annual Sustainers donated $4,110. That’s $58,010 that we needed and received last year and can count on again this year – if not more! Twenty-five percent of our Sustainers also gave additional gifts to Radio for Good and during pledge drives.

Your contribution today helps KMUN offer what only local public radio can successfully achieve THE VOICES OF THE COMMUNITY FOR THE COMMUNITY. YOUR SUPPORT MAKES IT ALL POSSIBLE. COAST COMMUNITY RADIO

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Thank you volunteers!

ROBERT FREEMAN ARCHITECTURE 526 Alameda Ave. (By Appointment) Astoria, OR 97103 503.827.4174

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Dylan Hauser Schalk Edward James Eileen Williams Elizabeth Menetrey Ellen Frye Ellen Levy Errol Browne Friends of Willapa Bay NWR Gabe White Gary Sunderland Ian Rittenberg Isa Haverlan Jack Harris Jackie Denton Jan Mitchell Jane Hill Jay Obenour JD Wells Jeannine Grey Jennifer Amaya Jennifer Burns-Bright Jennifer Crockett Jenny Lovold Jeremy Hirsch Jerry Middaugh Jessamyn West Jessica Schleif Jill Merrill Jim Dott Jim Santee Joan Herman Joey Altruda John Rippey John Stevenson Josh Marquis Joyce Hunt

TO VOLUNTEER AT THE STATION, CONTACT VOLUNTEER@KMUN.ORG OR CALL 503.325.0010. SUMMER 2021 THE CURRENT

Joyce Tegfeldt Kathleen Sayce Kati Claborn Kim Angelis Kit Ketcham Larry Ziak Laurie Caplan Lewis Brown Liam Dunne Linda Perkins LinMarie DiCianni Lisa Smith LJ Dykzeul Lloyd Bowler Logan Garner Lyle Haataja Lynn Hadley Mac Burns Maggie Wall Margaret Beres Margaret Frimoth Margarita Cullimore Mark Erickson Merianne Myers Michael McCusker Mick Mortlock Nate Sandel Niall Carroll Nick Stevens Norma Hernandez Pam Trenary Patty Marks Pete Serafin Peter von Payens Prudence Diem Ray Merritt Reid Johnson

Retta Christie Richard Beck Richard Dawson Robert Emanuel Rodrigo Levezni Roger Rocka Ron Baldwin Ron Nelson Sam Chapman Sarah Lu Heath Sarah Lippold Sara Meyer Shannon Meeker Skyler Wells Slab Slabinski Steve Amaya Susie McLerie Taylor Ford Teresa DeLorenzo Teresa Retzlaff Terry Wilson Thron Riggs Tim Allwein Todd Lippold Todd Robinett Tom Brownson Tom Duncan Tom Veazey Tony Baldwin Troy Hill Victoria Stoppiello Wayne Downing Will Rose Zachary Stocks


KMUN Adopts Local Highways MUN LISTENER LEVI LIPPOLD,

Development Director Susan Peterson and Board Member Todd Lippold have been out picking up trash on Highways 26 and 101. Combining a passion for KMUN and having a healthy environment, the small but enthusiastic crew have been out with their safety vests and yellow bags, cleaning up along the first two miles of Hwy 26 and for two miles north of the Del Ray Beach turnoff on Hwy 101. That is where you will see the signs denoting the happy adoption!

Pictured KMUN ’s Development Director Susan Peterson and a truck full of trash after a couple hours along Hwy 101.

Todd’s view is: “It’s fun, good exercise and exciting to take a little ownership of a couple stretches of highways that we can put the station’s name on and maintain for our community. Maybe, when people see the signs or us out there cleaning, it will make a positive impression about keeping our environment natural, clean and beautiful.”

is newly remodeled and open! Wednesday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm

Feel free to tune into KMUN 91.9FM as you cruise on cleaner, happier highways.

We’re back!

Stop by and say HI! at these Farmers’ Markets

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ENRICH YOUR LIFE WITH A POSITION ON THE TILLICUM FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS!

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We strongly recommend exploring this interest by attending a Board of Directors is the governing meeting. The Board meetings, body of Coast Community Radio— open to the public, are held the 4th Wednesday of each month at 5 PM KMUN —and is responsible for and at least for now are conducted fundraising, policy-making, and virtually via ZOOM. And any of fiscal oversight. As such, it plays a the Board members and our general key role in driving the mission of manager are also resources for more the Foundation to serve not only information. as a public service outlet, but a promoter of the arts and cultural To proceed, the next step is to growth of our 5-county listening express your interest in a letter of area. We sometimes take KMUN intent addressed to board@kmun. for granted, but life without this org or Tillicum Foundation Board, remarkable resource would be P.O. Box 269, Astoria, OR 97103 unimaginable. While the staff and cadre of volunteers make up the face The deadline for receipt of this letter is 5 PM on September 15, 2021. of KMUN , the Board of Directors works behind the scenes to insure its Your letter will be included in the ballot materials mailed to members viability. prior to the annual meeting. The letter should outline not only your There are 9 positions on the Board desire to serve, but also the skills of Directors with 2-year terms that and experience you would bring to are staggered; 5 of these positions the Board. A background in media are coming up for renewal this Fall. These 5 positions will be filled is not required. by the 5-top vote-getters at the On the KMUN website, click Membership Annual Meeting held “ABOUT” to learn more about the in November. If a position on the Foundation, its mission, and ByBoard sounds interesting to you, Laws. We look forward to hearing now is the time to begin thinking from you. seriously about it. HE TILLICUM FOUNDATION BOARD

Community Announcements on KMUN 91.9 and the website HAVING AN EVENT FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION?

kmun wants to help get the word out! Here’s what you need to do: Go to CoastRadio.org Click the Community Calendar box Submit Your Event SUMMER 2021 THE CURRENT

This is held in a pending file and then processed by staff. You will receive an email when placed on website. Announcements on KMUN happen 2-3 times a day. Please submit 2 weeks before your event to be included in the air spot.


New Cannon Beach frequency at 89.3fm. TRY IT OUT!

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PROGRAMMING NOTES by Emma Geddes Programming Director

New Summer Programming on KCPB! UE TO A 2020 distributor change,

the price for On Point (previously on KCPB) was set to become prohibitive at the start of July of this year. In searching for a quality replacement that also fit within our rural, independent station’s budget, we were able to work with WNYC Studios, who already bring

you RADIOLAB on both KMUN and KCPB, to acquire their full radio catalogue – some of which you may already be familiar with. This has allowed us to open up the time slot to some wonderful variety, and we’re thrilled to bring the following shows to you, starting July 1st, in the 12-1pm hour on KCPB:

MONDAYS: FREAKONOMICS RADIO

“This has allowed us to open up the time slot to some wonderful variety...”

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Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. TUESDAYS: NEW YORKER RADIO HOUR The New Yorker’s editor, David Remnick, presents a weekly mix of indepth interviews, profiles, and short bursts of humor. This show will keep you entertained and informed with delightful variety and high caliber production. WEDNESDAYS: ON THE MEDIA WNYC’s weekly investigation into how the media shapes our worldview. While maintaining the civility and fairness that are the hallmarks of public radio, OTM tackles sticky issues with a frankness and transparency that has built trust with over one million weekly radio and podcast listeners.


THURSDAYS: ON BEING WITH KRISTA TIPPETT Pursuing deep thinking and moral imagination, social courage and joy, to renew inner life, outer life, and life together. The On Being Project is a nonprofit media and public life initiative. FRIDAYS: SCIENCE FRIDAY (LIVE!) Covering the outer reaches of space to the tiniest microbes in our bodies, Science Friday is the source for entertaining and educational stories about science, technology, and other cool stuff. You can listen live to KCPB in Astoria at 90.9 FM, or online from anywhere in the world at KMUN .org/KCPB!

Around Our Schools NE OF OUR NEWEST local public affairs programs, Around Our Schools – engineered by longtime KMUN volunteer Margaret Frimoth, and hosted by Clatsop Community College Board Member Sara Meyer – brings you all the latest in our local education network. Find out more from Sara and Margaret below, in their own words.

What made you want to start Around Our Schools? What need do you see it filling in the community? There is such good and needed sharing of what happens in our schools and unless you are closely involved you rarely know what is going on. Around Our Schools is an effort to inform the greater public of programs, finances, and the people that provide the educational resources. CONTINUED ON PAGE 16...

Thank you, Reverend Tim! KMUN wants to send a heartfelt thank you and bon voyage to our long time Backbeat and Classic Rock & Roll captain, Reverend Tim. Tim has volunteered with KMUN for more than a decade, bringing you his very particular flavor of offbeat music selections and the best of the classics. We are going to miss hearing his dulcet tones on the airwaves, but are so excited for his next venture in central Oregon! Thank you, Tim, and make sure to stay in touch while you’re off on your new adventures!

Launch your KMUN legacy with planned giving. CONTACT SUSAN ABOUT PLANNED GIVING TODAY! CALL (503) 325-0010.

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KMUN

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SUMMER 2021 PROGRAM GUIDE KMUN Program Guide Monday

12-1am Hearts of Space

Ambient, Electronic mix

Summer 2021

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Woodsongs

Never Too Late (Continued)

Wow and Flutter (Continued)

Folk, blues and more

1-3am Audio Aftermath (NPR)

World Cafe (NPR)

World Cafe (NPR) With host Talia Schlanger

World Cafe (NPR)

With today's emerging artists

3-5am Morning Edition (NPR)

Morning Edition (NPR)

Morning Edition (NPR)

Morning Edition (NPR)

60's and 70's underground FM

5-6am Exploring Music

Exploring Music

Exploring Music

Exploring Music

With Bill McGlaughlin

With Bill McGlaughlin

With Bill McGlaughlin

6-8am Morning Classics

Morning Classics

Morning Classics

Morning Classics

Baroque and classical favorites

Music from all times & nations

Composers less heard

Edition (NPR) 8-9am Morning +NW news, weather and Ship Report

Morning Edition (NPR)

Morning Edition (NPR)

Morning Edition (NPR)

+NW news, weather and Ship Report

+NW news, weather and Ship Report

+NW news, weather and Ship Report

Monday Public Affairs

Tuesday Public Affairs

Wednesday Public Affairs

Thursday Public Affairs

(see below for details)

(see below for details)

(see below for details)

(see below for details)

Lost Highway

All Kinds of Folk

Wednesday Folk

Thursday Mornin' Folk

Music to cry and dance to

Traditional folk, protest songs

Music to get you up and strummin' Folking close to water

Fresh Air

Fresh Air

Fresh Air

Contemporary arts and issues

With host Terry Gross

With Bill McGlaughlin “Top 40” Classical

9-10am 10-12pm 12-1pm

Fresh Air Sonic Sunspot/DJ kNow Show

1-3pm Soul Serenade

Beat Back/Stuck in the 60's

WAM or The Mellow

Awesome music for challenging times

Alt/world/folk and more

DJ the L.I.Am and kNow got the goods

3-4pm Locus Focus w/Barbara Bernstein

Blues, R&B and Soul music

4-5pm

Indigefi

Stage and Screen

Alternative Radio

Discussing our place on the planet

Native and indigenous music and interviews

Show tunes, Broadway and more

Audio Energy for Democracy

Democracy Now

Democracy Now

Democracy Now

Democracy Now

Independent global news hour

Amy Goodman + Juan Gonzalez

5-6pm All Things Considered (NPR) All Things Considered (NPR) All Things Considered (NPR) All Things Considered (NPR) +NW regional news and weather

6-8pm Evening Jazz

Eclectic, old and new jazz

8-8:30pm Bedtime Stories

Bedtime stories for all ages

8:30-10pm Blue Monday

Blues can makes Mondays happy

+NW regional news and weather

Evening Jazz

Evening Jazz

B's House/Up Front Soul

Classic horns and bop

Old and new, latin and beyond

All Funk Considered

Bedtime Stories

Bedtime Stories

Bedtime Stories

The reason pajamas exist

For the young and young at heart

Lullabies for all ages

Rhythm Lounge

She-Bop or Womxn's Music Sonidos Latinos

Funk your soul

celebrating women in music

Music and more

Never Too Late

This Way Out (LGBTQ radio) Wow and Flutter

Alt.Latino (NPR) Jazz and Bop w/Tony Baldwin

Where radio goes to die

Spinning 45's from across the pond

10-11pm Short Attention Span Radio 11-12am

Its like..wait look at that bird! -or-Day of the Velvet Voice Psychedelic Folk Magic

Monday Public Affairs

Musical kiss goodbye to Tuesday

Tuesday Public Affairs

1st + 9:00am This Week w/ Betsy Johnson Making Contact Updates from Oregon legislature 3rd

9:30am Food Talk w/Linda + Merianne C'mon in our kitchen!

The Conversation Unscripted and topical

Thursday Public Affairs Talk of Our Towns (1st Thu 9:00)

The Conversation

Green thumb radio

Local public affairs call-in show

A Story Told- The world according to Michael McCusker

nd 9:30am 2 Human Beat w/Roger Rocka Around Our Schools (2nd) Rural Roots Rising from ROP Confluence Radio (4th)

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Wednesday Public Affairs

In Season w/Teresa Retzlaf

2nd + 9:00am This Week w/ Betsy Johnson Coast Range Radio Updates from Oregon legislature Conversations on conservation 4th

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+NW regional news and weather

+NW regional news and weather

The Conversation

With Good Reason

Dial 503-325-0010

Sound-rich storytelling

The Conversation

A Story Told- The world according to Michael McCusker

And make your voice heard!


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Ask your smart speakers to play KMUN! Friday Friday Jazz and Bop w/Tony Baldwin 12-1am Jazz and45's Bop 12-1am Spinning fromw/Tony across Baldwin the pond Spinning 45's from across the pond 1-3am World Cafe (NPR) 1-3am

Serving Clatsop, Columbia, Pacific, Tillamook and Wahkiakum Counties Serving Clatsop, Columbia, Pacific, Tillamook and Wahkiakum Counties Listen for Community Calendar announcements throughout the day Listen for Community Calendar announcements throughout the day

Saturday Saturday

Deep Threes 12-2am Deep Threes 12-2am Eclectic Instrumental Soundscapes Eclectic Instrumental Soundscapes

Sunday Sunday

After Midnight, Strange Currency 12-2am After Midnight, Strange Currency 12-2am Late night goodness

Late night goodness

Morning Edition (NPR) 3-5am Morning Edition (NPR) 3-5am

Classical Guitar Alive 2-3am Classical Guitar Alive 2-3am Chicago Symphony Orch. 3-5am Chicago Symphony Orch. 3-5am

Whats the Frequency Kenneth? 2-3amWhats the Frequency Kenneth? 2-3am 3-5am New New York Philharmonic 3-5am York Philharmonic

Exploring Music 5-6am Exploring Music 5-6am With Bill McGlaughlin

Weekend Edition (NPR) 5-6am Weekend Edition (NPR) 5-6am

Weekend Edition (NPR) 5-6am Weekend Edition (NPR) 5-6am

Morning Classics 6-8am Morning Classics 6-8am Classical, new and old

Morning Classics 6-9am Morning Classics 6-9am Sharing classical favorites

Early Music Now 6-7am Early Music Now 6-7am Music of the Distant Past

World Cafe (NPR)

With Bill McGlaughlin

Classical, new and old

Sharing classical favorites

Morning Edition (NPR) 8-9am Morning (NPR) 8-9am +NW news,Edition weather and Ship Report +NW news, weather and Ship Report

Friday Public Affairs 9-10am Friday Public Affairs (see below for details) 9-10am (see below for details)

Weekend Edition (NPR) 9-10am Weekend Edition (NPR) 9-10am

Wait Wait Don't Tell Me (NPR) FridayMorning Music 10-11am Wait Wait Don't Tell Me (NPR) 10-12pm FridayMorning Music Comedy news quiz show Let Albert set the tone for your day 10-11am 10-12pm Comedy news quiz show Let Albert set the tone for your day Skinamarink Fresh Air 11-12pm Skinamarink 12-1pm Fresh Air 11-12pm Terry Gross Radio for the thinking kid 12-1pm Terry Gross Radio for the thinking kid Thistle and Shamrock Crossroads 12-2pm 1-2pm and Shamrock 12-2pm Crossroads 1-2pm Thistle Celtic Roots with Fiona Ritchie Americana, old and new Celtic Roots with Fiona Ritchie Americana, old and new Scandanavian Hour E-Town 2-3pm Scandanavian 2-3pm E-Town Hour 2-3pm KMUN Signature Show-it's polka time! 2-3pm Live music performance show KMUN Signature Show-it's polka time! Live music performance show ARTS-Live & Local Celtic Aire 3-5pm Celtic 3-4pm ARTS-Live & Local Aire 3-5pm 3-4pm Plan your weekend accordingly! Music from Emerald Isle and beyond Plan your weekend accordingly! Music from Emerald Isle and beyond Left, Right and Center All Things Considered (NPR) 5-6pm All 4-5pm Left, Right and Center Things Considered (NPR) 5-6pm 4-5pm Friday news round table Friday news round table Shady Grove Things Considered (NPR) 6-8pm Shady 5-6pm AllAllThings Grove Considered (NPR) Back porch, acoustic, trad folk 6-8pm 5-6pm +NW regional news and weather Back porch, acoustic, trad folk +NW regional news and weather

Caribbean Moon Moon 6-8pm Caribbean Reggae, ska, dancehall 'n' dub

6-8pm

Reggae, ska, dancehall 'n' dub

Afropop Worldwide 8-9pm Afropop Worldwide A global musical journey 8-9pm A global musical journey Dead Friday 9-10pm Dead Friday 9-10pm Here to miracle you Here to miracle you

Under the Radar 10-12am Under the Radar 10-12am Bring in the weekend with style Bring in the weekend with style

Friday Public Affairs Friday Public Affairs 1st + 9:00am Counterspin Counterspin 1st rd + Fairness & accuracy in reporting 3 9:00am Fairness & accuracy in reporting 3rd 9:30am BIONEERS 9:30am BIONEERS Revolution from the heart of nature

Music of the Distant Past

World of Bach 7-9am World of Bach 7-9am Bach and friends Bach and friends

Classical Music on the 9-12pm Classical Music on the 9-12pm Third Floor

Third Floor choral, vocal, and instrumental choral, andBill instrumental musicvocal, with host Cromwell music with host Bill Cromwell

Gospel Train 12-1pm Gospel Train 12-1pm Celebrating Gospel Music Celebrating Gospel Music

Classic Rock and Roll 1-3pm Classic Rock and Roll 1-3pm 50's/60's rock - request show 50's/60's rock - request show

Country Swing 3-5pm Country Swing 3-5pm Boot scootin' swing! Boot scootin' swing!

All Things Considered (NPR) 5-6pm All Things Considered (NPR) 5-6pm Radiolab 6-7pm Radiolab 6-7pm Investigating a strange world Investigating a strange world

Community Air 7-8pm Community AirVoices and more 7-8pm Up Next,Classic Up Next,Classic Voices and more

Bedtime Stories or R.O.A.R. The Sounds of Saturday Night 8-8:30pm Bedtime 8-10pm The Stories or R.O.A.R. Sounds of Saturday Night 8-8:30pm 8-10pm For the young and young at heart Or Free Range Or Free Range We've got your night covered! We've got your night covered!

The Niche or 10-12am The Niche or 10-12am Son of Dario Charnay

Son of Dario Charnay Late night radio, never by the Late night radio, never by the book book

For the young and young at heart

An Adventure in History 8:30-9pm An Adventure in History Fun with Mac and Alana 8:30-9pm Fun with Mac and Alana Hear the Dance 9-11pm Hear the Dance 9-11pm Music of the ballet Music of the ballet

Millenium of Music 11-12am Millenium of Music 11-12am Pre-Baroque Classical Pre-Baroque Classical

Disclaimer: COVID-19 update:

Some of ourJuly schedule may sound a little different bringing during the Throughout and August, we will be gradually livestay-home hosts andorder, DJs tobut the we're still working hard to provide you with the best music, news and information around. studio. Stay tuned for some programming shifts, and keep an ear out for some voices you haven't heard in a while! Programming changes will be reflected on our program New from Oregon and Black Pioneers: Theon Register with guide at kmun.org through updates Facebook and Instagram. Revolution from the heart of nature Zachary Stocks. The Register is a weekly biography of someFrom of theConfluence most noted African individuals New Project:American Confluence Radio from - Indigenous Voices of the 2nd+ 9:00am Counterspin lapa 2 min. Notes from the Refuge Oregon's history. Hear it every Friday from 10:01am. th Nature Notes Columbia River. Confluence Radio is a program designed to elevate Indigenous voices Fairness & accuracy in reporting 4 es. 8:42am + Sat. 1pm in our understanding of the history, cultures, and ecology of the Columbia River system. dNote 9:30am 2 min. Ornithology module Find past cover episodes of The and all of local BIONEERS Episodes topics suchRegister as the importance of orca to the Columbia River, how Tribes n-Fri 10am Revolution from the heart of nature publichandled affairs shows onlline atand coastradio.org/podcasts. have the pandemic, how the earth calls us to reciprocity. Tune in on 4th e Register From Oregon Black Pioneers Tuesdays, 9:30-10am. Find out more about their work at confluenceproject.org. 10:01am COAST COMMUNITY RADIO

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PROGRAMMING NOTES by Emma Geddes Programming Director

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Around Our Schools CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13...

In preparing for the interviews, we refreshed our understanding about the meaning of a ‘liberal education.’ The word ‘liberal’ originates in the Latin word, ‘liberalis’ which references ‘freedom’ (originally ‘free man’), and the word ‘ars’ which refers to an art, craft or skill. Therefore, we are interviewing community educators who are grounded in the art or skill of creating, understanding, and maintaining our shared human freedoms. Educators are key to healthy communities and social wealth.

We thought interviewing during COVID would be more difficult than it’s been. We do take sanitation and social distancing seriously, which means that I sanitize all the equipment before and immediately after each interview. I also sanitize the table we sit around. The recorder sits in the middle of the table, and the microphone cords are long enough to keep us at safe distances from each other. Overall, ensuring safety should not be a challenge, but these simple precautions have led to the greatest success, which is the willingness of others to be interviewed during these crazy days. The interviews have been inspirational! We have many talented educators in our community. Sharing this wealth of information has been another delightful success!” Margaret Frimoth & Sara Meyer

Catch Around Our Schools the 2nd Tuesday of every month, 9:30-10am on KMUN , and at KMUN .org on What has the recording process been like our podcast page, where episodes are uploaded shortly after airing. so far, with all of the covid restrictions? What has been the biggest challenge? What has been the biggest success?

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KMUNTV is currently working in collaboration with the Liberty Theatre on some live classical and popular music performances. We also worked with the Coaster Theatre in Cannon Beach on Shakespeare In The Park, which you don’t want to miss! There are more events in the works.

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SUMMER 2021 PROGRAM GUIDE KCPB Program Guide Spring 2021 Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

90.9FM

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

12am Morning Classics Morning Classics Morning Classics Morning Classics Morning Classics Classical Music

1am

from the

Third Floor

Sunday Baroque

2am

1A Plus

1A Plus

1A Plus

1A Plus

3am

1A Plus Midnight Special

4am

Morning Classics

5am Morning Edition Morning Edition Morning Edition Morning Edition Morning Edition 6am 7am

Weekend Edition

Weekend Edition

Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts

Chicago Symphony

8am 9am Coastal Classics Coastal Classics Coastal Classics Coastal Classics Coastal Classics 10am 11am

Think

Think

12pm

Freakonomics Radio

New Yorker Radio Hour

Think On The Media

Think On Being with Krista Tippett

Think Science Friday

1pm 1A

1A

1A

1A

1A

Best of Car Talk Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me Radiolab

2pm

Sunday Baroque

3pm Exploring Music Exploring Music Exploring Music Exploring Music Exploring Music TED Radio Hour 4pm 5pm 6pm

Classical Concerts

Classical Concerts

All Things Considered

All Things Considered

7pm

Fresh Air

8pm

The Spanish Hour Classical Guitar Alive

9pm 10pm

Locus Focus

Classical Guitar Alive Fiesta! All Things Considered

Early Music Now Chamber Music Society All Things Considered

New York Philharmonic All Things Considered

Fresh Air

Fresh Air

Fresh Air

Fresh Air

From the Top

Collector's Corner

Classical Concerts

Concierto

TED Radio Hour

Left, Right and Center

Millennium of Music Big Picture Science

Reveal

All Things Considered

All Things Considered

Jazz Profiles

Fresh Air

Jazz at 100 Rhythm Sweet And Hot Jazz Night in America Blue Dimensions

11pm Democracy Now Democracy Now Democracy Now Democracy Now Democracy Now

Return to the Source

World of Bach

LA Theater Works Le Show Philosophy Talk

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Hot and Cold:

the confusing and deadly nature of Pacific Northwest coastal summers OME THINGS BEAR REPEATING, not

by Joanne Rideout

because they’re so brilliant, but because they’re so sadly true, and not enough people are listening. And while I like to talk with you in these articles about interesting aspects of life at sea, today I want to draw your attention to something important and critical about this beautiful place where we live and visit. Our Pacific Northwest summers with their glorious blue skies and sometimes downright hot weather, have a dangerous downside that visitors to our area, especially, tend to forget: hot weather and cold water make a deadly combination.

“[We] tend to forget: hot weather and cold water make a deadly combination.”

Already this spring, we’ve seen two young people lose their lives in the surf, one off the Long Beach Peninsula, and one off Cannon Beach. Kids who, on a warm day, decided to go into the cold ocean to wade, body surf or swim, and were lost to their families and friends forever.

Every year we lose people in the water here for reasons that are utterly and maddenly preventable. We warn people to be careful of this and that, but it doesn’t seem to take. So I’ll say it again as clearly as I can: most people should NOT go swimming here. Here’s why you should not swim in our ocean waters here in the Pacific Northwest:

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The water’s too cold. The ocean water temp off Clatsop Spit is a chilly 59 degrees F. as I write this. If you end up in that water over your head, you will quickly lose the ability to maneuver. Also, rip currents are everywhere in the surf. If you’re suddenly caught in one, it will pull you out to sea like an express train. It will be hard to get back on your own. If someone sees you in trouble, they’ll call for help, but time is not your friend in the cold water.

So what can you safely do here? You can wade up to your ankles in the water. That’s it. Under those circumstances, you will probably be able to save yourself if a strong undertow grabs your feet. It’s a simple thing, but it will save your life. My message again, as clearly as I can say it: DON’T GO SWIMMING HERE. You may see people in the water anyway. Don’t envy them – they’re playing chicken with the ocean, a very bad bet and the ocean usually wins. If you see people surfing, take a close look: they’ll be wearing wetsuits, and are likely experienced and strong swimmers who know these waters well. The beach is a wonderful place to be, and the waters are tempting. Don’t be fooled. It’s simply too dangerous. And the price is too high. For the sake of those who love you, stay on the beach. We want you to stick around to enjoy our beautiful beaches for many summers to come.


Many thanks to these businesses for providing advanced sponsorship of KMUN. As a member, please let them know you appreciate that support and use their businesses whenever possible. Arbor Care Tree Specialists Columbia River Coffee Roaster Astoria Co-op Grocery Columbia River Cruises Astoria Real Estate Englund Marine and Bank of the Pacific Industrial Supply

Lewis and Clark Bank

Bill’s Tavern/Warren House Pub

Finn Ware

Seaside Attorneys

Blue Scorcher Bakery Cafe

Fort George Brewery And Public House

Shawn Helligso Construction

Bridgewater Bistro

Good to Go

Short Wave

Brim’s Farm and Garden

Haglund Kelly, LLP

The Daily Astorian

Buoy Beer Company

Hauer’s Lawn Care and Equipment

The Liberty Theater

Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa Clatsop County Planning Department Columbia Memorial Hospital

Old Time Framing Pacific Power Salmonberry Saloon

Hearts of Space

The Wahkiakum County Eagle

HipFish

Twin Gables Inn

Integrated Business Services

Wauna Credit Union

Larkin Stentz

Willapa Hills Audubon Society

For information on Advanced Business support, contact Susan@kmun.org or 503.325.0010

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Thank you for supporting the businesses that support your radio stations! ACTIVISM

Columbia Riverkeeper Pacific County Immigrant Support Wash Away No More ANIMAL CARE & SERVICES

Holistic Horse Massage COMPUTER & NETWORK

Astoria’s Best Computer Sales and Service Bridgesense.com LLC Roland Schorr & Tower CONSTRUCTION

B Ruff Construction Beerman Creek Construction Blind Moses Woodworking Chinook Custom Concrete Erickson Custom Renovations Shawn Helligso Construction, Inc. FARM & COUNTRY

Fred’s Homegrown Produce Kingfisher Farms LaNa’s Conscious Farm West-Davies Farm FINANCIAL SERVICES

Bank of the Pacific Thrivent Financial FOOD & BEVERAGE

Astoria Coffehouse and Bistro Bowpicker Fish & Chips Bridgewater Bistro Columbia River Candies Columbia River Coffee Roaster Fort George Brewery and Public House Labor Temple Diner & Bar Merry Time Bar & Grill

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Oregon Wild Berries Inc. dba The Berry Patch Patty’s Wicker Cafe Peaceful Ferments Brewing Co Pickled Fish Restaurant Shelburne Pub HEALTH CARE & SERVICES

Astoria Chiropractic Isa Haverlan, LMT - Allow Your Body to Heal Kathleen Moore, Full Circle Counseling Lower Columbia Clinic Rinehart Clinic & Pharmacy Tracy Erfling, ND Whole Person Therapy & Healing HOME & GARDEN

Arcadia Organic Landscaping Hauer’s Lawn Care & Equipment Jessica Schleif Gardens McEvoy Tile & Marble Penny Eberle Landscape Consulting & Garden Design Shweeash Bamboo LODGING

Beach Property Management Inc. Bowline Hotel China Beach Retreat Land’s End at Cannon Beach Salt Hotel & Pub Sea Nook Cottage Sou’wester Lodge Twin Gables Inn OTHER

Appelo Archive Center B Lively! Enterprises CoHort Agronomy Columbia River Bar Pilots

Four Winds Canvas Works Lewis and Clark Timberlands / Greenwood Resources Lower Columbia Q Center Oregon Natural Forestry LLC Pacific Power Sunset Empire Amateur Radio Club The Ship Report PERFORMING ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Astoria Arts & Movement Center Brownsmead Flats Fisher Poets Gathering Kim Angelis Music North Coast Chorale Rhythm Method Tenor Guitar Foundation PERSONAL CARE

Simply Human Art PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Aimee Levens Consulting Blair Henningsgaard, Attorney at Law Chinook Marine Repair, Inc. Excalibur & Associates-WA, Inc Haglund Kelley LLP Law Office of Jerry Widawski Ray Raihala Insurance Agency Robert Freeman Architecture Sally Lackaff Graphical Arts Stoppiello Architecture REAL ESTATE

Andrea Mace, Broker at Re/Max Coastal Advantage Astoria Real Estate Covert Properties Kim Cooper - Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty

RECREATION

Columbia River Kayaking RETAIL

Astoria Coffee Company Astoria Cooperative Grocery Cannon Beach Book Company Garbo’s Vintage Wear Godfather’s Books Harmony Soapworks LLC Judith Altruda Jewelry Lucy’s Books Old Town Framing Company Phog Bounders Antique Mall Purple Cow Toys Reclamation Marketplace Short Wave The Kite Factory Trailside Vintage VISUAL ARTS & EDUCATION

Agnes Field Studio Astoria Art Loft Astoria Design Studio Astoria Studio Collective DavidLeeMyersPhoto.com Don Frank Photography Dragonfire Gallery Fernhill Glass Grateful Rain of Astoria gregnavratilart.com Hiih Gallery Imogen Gallery Studio 11 The Cannon Beach Gallery Group

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In memory of Bill Boone. My Dad loved KMUN, especially the eclectic music shows. Thank you for being a wonderful resource for our community. Wendy

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So nice to know that our local station is the best on the planet! Thank you!

Rick Murray

I’ve been a listener since you went on the air in 1983. Lots of things have happened in the past 38 years, and whether it’s something good or something bad, you have been there for all of us. I’m sure that we all wish you a Happy Birthday and many, many more to come! Mary

Mukilteo

Huge thanks to Carol Newman and KMUN staff for keeping our community informed on art happenings throughout the region even during a pandemic. You guys are the best! Thank you. Teri

Astoria

Hi KMUN , Many thanks from the Uniontown Association for your broadcast, on Memorial Day of the 2021 Memorial Day service. While we were not able to hold a service at the Memorial Park this year, it was wonderful that KMUN made it possible for the community to still ‘attend’ the service. We are deeply appreciative. I believe I heard that the broadcast might be available on your website. If so, where would I find that? Best regards, Scott McMullen

Uniontown Association

Editor’s note: Scott, this podcast can be found on KMUN .org under PODCAST>Special Programs (https://coastradio.org/podcast/memorial-day-special-may-31-2021/) COAST COMMUNITY RADIO

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We moved to Astoria in 2016 and opened our shop in August of 2017. We’re so happy we chose this town as our new home. We are surrounded by so many amazing business owners and we’re proud to be part of that incredible community. We are super happy to support our great local radio station by underwriting Dead Friday. Everyone should support their local radio station to keep the quality programming alive! – Daniel and Heidi Dlubac

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