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We’ve got the best volunteers around, on the air and off! Special thanks to our volunteer grounds crew: Jennifer and Steven Amaya, and Ric Wallace! They’ve been working all summer to tame the brambles and tangles that surround the Tillicum House. It’s looking gorgeous out there.

Many thanks to Will Rose who transformed the offices and break room on the second floor of the Tillicum House with his creativity and skill..

Almost was a fracked gas processing plant.

Join the fight. Donate today at crag.org East of Bradwood Landing, Clatsop County: Traditional lands of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, Clatsop and Chinook

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FROM THE CROW’S NEST by Graham Nystrom Station Manager

S WE HEAD INTO the “Fall of

uncertainty”, after the “Summer of ‘Oh crap it’s not over?’ ”, I’d like to send out a big ol’, heartfelt thank you to all those who make the KMUN world go round. There is so much light in this world, so much generosity and community spirit, and it manifests on a regular basis here at KMUN . You’ll find it in the Tillicum House, you’ll find it on our radio shows and you’ll find it in the homes of every one of our supporters. Homes like yours!

“There is so much light in this world, so much generosity and community spirit...”

Speaking of Cannon Beach, Gray Haertig, our consulting engineer for all things radio frequency, donated his labor for the installation and configuration of the Cannon Beach translator project. Bryan Hubert, retired radio engineer, donated his help with wiring in the new and improved equipment room (where all of the station’s “serious blinky lights” are).

And how about Board members? I want to thank There are so many ways community members help John Stevenson for his years of service as Board Treasurer. His keen eye for finances has been keep KMUN ’s community airwaves humming. invaluable to helping the station maintain a solid Radio for Good is in its third and final year, and financial footing. And you can hear his love of as the work nears completion, there are many people to thank for their in-kind donations. With music, community and KMUN on the radio every Monday morning on Lost Highway. their generosity and skill, we have done much to replace, repair, maintain, upgrade and future proof The above people are a small representation of the our dear radio station. Just this year, we have clocked in tens of thousands of dollars in donated world of generosity we see (and hear) everyday through the lens of community radio. labor by highly skilled contractors. This list includes Will Rose and Larry Nelson who helped Not everyone can donate thousands of dollars of make significant improvements to the Tillicum labor and expertise, but we can all listen, we can House these last few months. cheer each other on with kindness, compassion and love, and if you have $10/month, you can Will is an expert, master craftsman and builder be a sustaining member of KMUN , KTCB and who painstakingly remodeled the upstairs KCPB and help make the KMUN world go offices and break room. He repurposed much ‘round. Our Fall Pledge Drive was just one short of the original fir to build new storage cabinets, week in September, and if you missed it, you can door frames, trim and more. Larry was the still donate, become a member, and rally around electrician who expertly upgraded our electrical the best radio station in the world, KMUN ! upstairs. Dave Neys has helped make significant improvements to our computer network and he helped install the new Cannon Beach translator equipment AND he helped make repairs to the Megler tower after our ice storm this past winter.

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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.

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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) Cindy Price (2021) Todd Lippold (2022) Kathleen Sayce (2022)

NEWS DEPARTMENT

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

Nevada Sowle, nevada@kmun.org BOOKKEEPING

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

Every 4th Wednesday at 3:30 pm on Zoom. Contact Graham, at graham@ kmun.org, for credentials.

Jennifer Rasmussen PUBLICATION DESIGN

Alex Appel

ENGINEERING SUPPORT

Sunset Empire Ham Radio Club Gray Haertig Michael Johnson David Klann Bryan Huber Michael D. Brown NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR

Dave Neys

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

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.

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. See full instructions on how to submit to KMUN community calendar on page 7.

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 at 89.3 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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PROGRAMMING NOTES by Emma Geddes Programming Director

Missives from the Programming Post NEW PROGRAM: POLICY FOR THE PEOPLE 4TH THURSDAYS, 9-9:30AM ON KMUN

Policy for the People is a collaborative production from the Oregon Center for Public Policy (OCPP) and our friends over at KMUZ in the Willamette Valley. OCPP is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to use research and analysis to advance policies and practices that improve the economic and social opportunities of all Oregonians. This show explores the public policies that can lift up all Oregonians. Hear it monthly on KMUN ! LIVE RADIO UPDATE

We’re slowly, steadily, safely chipping away at our schedule, working hard to bring LIVE hosts back to our airwaves. Our pandemic protocols are in place, and our volunteers are getting reacquainted with the air room, bringing you that special magic that comes with live radio! Our hope is to be back to (mostly) live by mid-winter, but of course we will be keeping our finger on the pulse, with our staff and volunteers’ safety as the number one priority. A huge shoutout goes to every single one of our volunteers, who have been making this whole radio thing happen in strange circumstances since last spring, and in style! We would be dead air and peanuts without you.

A MINI FALL FORAGING/HARVESTING PLAYLIST FOR YOU:

“Autumn Almanac” by The Kinks. 7” Single. Pye Records, 1967 “Mushroom” by CAN. Tago Mago. United Artists, 1971 “Morel Compass” by Kylie V. Short Songs, Vol. 1. Kingfisher Blues, 2019 “Squash” by Lincoln Olivetti e Robson Jorge. SelfTitled. Som Livre, 1982 “It’s Halloween” by The Shaggs. Philosophy of The World. Third World Recordings, 1969

Love & Radio, Emma

MEMBERS!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE KMUN ANNUAL MEETING, NOV 6TH. Not a member? Donate before Nov 5th to vote for Board seats and attend the meeting. FALL 2021 THE CURRENT


FROM THE NEWS DEPARTMENT by Joanne Rideout

What’s New in the KMUN News Department E’RE HEADING INTO A new year at KMUN , and with it, some exciting

changes and surprises taking shape.

Plans are in the works to make a big shift at

KMUN next year: the station is seeking new faces

to take over reporting and hosting duties in our news department.

“For fans of the Ship Report – I’ll keep doing that show as a volunteer...”

These changes are all good things – part of the intentional shift to a younger generation of staff who will carry the station on into the future. And offering new opportunities and time for those of us who are shifting gears a bit. We’re fortunate to have great people on staff who love radio and want to journey forward with it.

For fans of the Ship Report – I’ll keep doing I’ve been working with KMUN in many roles for that show as a volunteer, so you’ll continue to about 20 years - volunteer, reporter, news director hear me in that time slot, bringing you the scoop on maritime topics. I’m already planning new and manager, and I think it’s high time someone else had a turn. I love the station and my job here, interviews that I have not had time to do in years. So many great stories out there! but I’m also keen to do other projects too, and there just aren’t enough hours in the day. So, there’s lots to look forward to in the months and years ahead. As always, see you on the radio. The plan is for me to retire from my job as news director around the end of the year, and welcome someone else into that spot as is feasible. Kathleen Morgain, our Monday and Tuesday news host and reporter, will also be stepping away from the live microphone once there is a bright new face to fill that role.

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 KMUN.org

· Click the Community Calendar box · Submit Your Event

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.

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BACK TO SCHOOL STATION by Jack Harris Volunteer Programmer

Back in the Saddle Y LAST LIVE ON-AIR show was

during our abbreviated Spring Pledge Drive in March of 2020 and I hadn’t had the dream since. Staff and volunteers have done an amazing job at keeping fresh content on the air. We re-invented wheels time and again to create, organize and broadcast our shows. Recording from home, I got bumped from the guest-room to the sauna to the patio and even the bathroom at one point trying to find a quiet place to re-create the feeling of sitting behind the big board, with the big view and sending out the big sound. As hard as we have all worked, there is just no substitute for being live, on the air. Fast forward to mid-July 2021, I get my fresh orientation of the fabulous station make-over (shiny floors! new bathroom! fresh paint!), stringent COVID protocols to keep everyone safe

and the recurrence of my recurring nightmare. It is always the same...Dead air, nothing cued up, I can’t get a record or a CD or anything else to play and I’ve got the Program Director breathing down my neck. Waking up from that bad dream the day of my first live Thursday Morning Folk show demonstrated to me the key difference to being on the air and preprogramming. The pressure is real and welcome. The chair feels good. The board is BIG and has lots of glowing buttons. Wisely, programmers are being given options to be live or pre-program depending on circumstances. KMUN Staff have devised a slow and steady process for the return of the Tillicum House to the center of our Universe. It will be a while before the station is bustling again with guests and visitors, but having live programmers is a great start. Even so, I don’t miss programming from the bathroom.

KMUNtv

is the video arm of KMUN, where you can find locally produced performances, educational series, election forums, and more! Content is created in collaboration with local organizations and creatives, including but not limited to the Liberty Theatre, Bay City Arts Center, Astoria’s AAUW, Sparrow Dance Company, Coaster Theatre, and the Clatsop County Historical Society.

Go to youtube.com and search “KMUNtv” to find the full archive. Subscribe to our channel to stay up to date, and help us spread the word. Would your nonprofit organization like to work with KMUNtv to bring video content to our communities? Get in touch! Contact graham@kmun.org for more information. FALL 2021 THE CURRENT


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BACK TO SCHOOL STATION by Spinnin’ Lynn Volunteer Programmer

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Live Again: Return to the Air Room Oh, how I had missed putting my programs out there from the air room! Granted, recording Radio air room behind after interviewing from home allowed for pantless programming the delightful and extremely talented Daric and keeping up with household chores during set Moore for the program, Talking Story (Available play, the dream was to get back to the air room. for listening under ‘Podcasts’ at coastradio. The opportunity to return to live broadcasting org). Without the slightest idea of the extensive changes the COVID-19 Pandemic would unleash, from our tremendous Tillicum House station was a wonderful thing to regain. The chance to be I did not realize my return to the inside of the beloved Tillicum House would not be for another back in the company of the good people who give their all and then some, to make KMUN /KTCB fifteen months. For that matter, I had no idea the grand coastal radio community was much what Homegrown Radio, a RODECASTER, or, needed excitement in our dreary slog of social and basically, efficient Bluetooth use were, but I sure emotional isolation. had plenty of time and need to figure them out, now! The process was carefully organized and the safety concerns well-managed, as we gingerly approached After the all the kinks and crazy learning curves the volunteers return to the station. So, after I of creating Homegrown Radio were eventually was fire-hosed down with hand sanitizer and ironed out (well, some of them anyway) the day dewormed (Ha!), I was back in the air room for finally came to return to the station!! TMF-Thursday Morning Folk!! What a joyous occasion, to be back, LIVE!! The Tillicum House looked spectacular from the inside for many reasons: remodeling, fresh bright paint, and the fabulous faces of hard-working staff and fellow volunteers that truly put the Community in Our Community Radio!! N MARCH 2020, I left the KMUN /KTCB

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FALL 2021 PROGRAM GUIDE KMUN Program Guide Monday

12-1am Hearts of Space

Ambient, Electronic mix

Fall 2021

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Woodsongs

Never Too Late (Continued)

Wow and Flutter (Continued)

Folk, blues and more

1-3am World Cafe (NPR)

World Cafe (NPR)

World Cafe (NPR)

World Cafe (NPR)

3-5am Morning Edition (NPR)

Morning Edition (NPR)

Morning Edition (NPR)

Morning Edition (NPR)

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)

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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

1-3pm Soul Serenade

Beat Back/Stuck in the 60's

WAM or The Mellow

Sonic Sunspot/North Coast Range

Awesome music for challenging times

Alt/world/folk and more

DJ the L.I.Am and Brian bring it!

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-Audio Aftermath 60's and 70's underground FM

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) Policy for the People (4th)

The Conversation

Green thumb radio

Local public affairs call-in show

A Story Told- The world according to Michael McCusker

The Conversation

With Good Reason

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

Dial 503-325-0010

Sound-rich storytelling (2nd + 3rd)

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 Friday 12-1am

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

Saturday Saturday 12-2am Deep Threes

Sunday After Midnight, Strange Currency Sunday 12-2am After After Midnight, Midnight, Strange Strange Currency Currency

and Baldwin w/Tonythe Baldwin Spinning 45'sBop from w/Tony across pond Late night goodness EclecticThrees Instrumental Soundscapes 12-2am Deep 12-2am Wahkiakum 12-1am Jazz Counties Pacific, Tillamook and Clatsop, Columbia, Serving AfterLate Midnight, Currency Spinning 45's from the night Strange goodness Spinning 45's w/Tony from across across the pond pond Eclectic Instrumental Soundscapes Eclectic Instrumental Soundscapes Deep Threes Jazz and Bop Baldwin 12-2am 12-2am 12-1am 1-3am the day Kenneth? throughout announcements Calendar Community for Listen World Cafe (NPR) Whats the Frequency Classical Guitar Alive 2-3am 2-3am Spinning 45's from across the pond Late night goodness Eclectic Instrumental Soundscapes 1-3am World Cafe (NPR) Whats the Frequency Kenneth?? (NPR) Classical Guitar Alive 2-3amSaturday 2-3am Friday Sunday 1-3am World Cafe (NPR) Whats the York Frequency Kenneth? Classical Guitar Alive Orch. 2-3am 2-3am 3-5am New Philharmonic Chicago Symphony 3-5am Edition (NPR) 3-5am Morning After Midnight, Strange Currency 3-5am New York Philharmonic Chicago Symphony Orch. 3-5am Deep Threes Jazz and Bop w/Tony Baldwin Edition (NPR) (NPR) 3-5am 12-2am 12-2am 12-1am Morning Spinning 45's from across the pond Late New nightWeekend goodness Eclectic Instrumental Soundscapes 3-5am York Philharmonic Chicago Symphony Orch. 3-5am Morning Edition (NPR) Edition (NPR) 3-5am Weekend Edition (NPR) Exploring Music 5-6am 5-6am 5-6am Weekend Edition?(NPR) Weekend Edition (NPR) (NPR) (NPR) Exploring Music 5-6am 5-6am 1-3am World (NPR) Bill Cafe McGlaughlin 2-3am Classical Guitar Alive 2-3am Whats the Frequency Kenneth 5-6am With Weekend Edition (NPR) Weekend Edition (NPR) With Bill McGlaughlin With Bill McGlaughlin Exploring Music 5-6am 5-6am 5-6am Morning Classics Morning Classics Music Now 6-9amChicago 6-8am With Morning Bill McGlaughlin 3-5am 6-7am New YorkEarly Philharmonic Symphony Orch. 3-5am Morning Classics Morning Edition (NPR) Classics Music NowPast 3-5am favorites Classical, new and old Music of the Distant 6-7am Early 6-9am Sharing classical 6-8am Classical, new and old Sharing classical favorites Music of the Distant Past Sharing classical favorites Morning Classics Classical, new and old Music of the Distant Past Morning Classics Early Music Now 6-7am 6-9am 6-8am World of(NPR) Bach Weekend Edition Morning Edition (NPR) Weekend Edition (NPR) Exploring Music 5-6am 5-6am 7-9am Sharing classical favorites 8-9am Classical, new and old Music of the Distant Past 5-6am Morning World of Bach Edition (NPR) weather and(NPR) Ship Report With news, Bill McGlaughlin 7-9am Bach and friends 8-9am +NW Bach and friends +NW weather and Bach and friends +NW news, news, weather and Ship Ship Report Report World of Bach Morning Edition (NPR) 7-9am 8-9am Morning Classics Morning Classics Early Music Now Music on the Friday Public Affairs Weekend Edition (NPR) Classical 6-7am9-12pm 6-9am 9-10am 6-8am 9-10am Bach and friends +NW Friday news, weather and Ship Report Public Affairs Weekend Edition (NPR) Sharing classical favorites (NPR) Classical, new old Music of the Distant PastMusic on the Classical (see below forand details) 9-10am 9-10am (see 9-12pm Third Floor below for details) (see belowEdition for details) Friday Public Affairs Weekend Edition (NPR) Classical Music oninstrumental the Third Floor World of Bach 9-10am Morning (NPR) Wait Wait Don't Tell Me (NPR) 7-9am 9-10am 9-12pm choral, vocal, and FridayMorning Music 8-9am 10-11am Wait (see FridayMorning below for details) 10-12pm Wait Don't Tell Me (NPR) Bach and friends +NW news, weather and Ship Report (NPR) choral, vocal, and instrumental Music choral, vocal, and instrumental Third Floor Comedy news quiz show music with host Bill Cromwell Let Albert set the tone for your day 10-11am Comedy news quiz show 10-12pm Let music with host Bill Comedy news quiz show WaitEdition Don't Tell Me (NPR) music with host Bill Cromwell Cromwell Albert set tone choral, vocal, and instrumental Let AlbertPublic set the the tone for for your your day day FridayMorning Music Friday Affairs Weekend (NPR) Classical Music on the 9-10am Wait 10-11am 9-10am 9-12pm12-1pm Skinamarink 10-12pm Fresh Air Gospel Train Comedy news quiz show 11-12pm music with host Bill Cromwell (see below for details) 12-1pm Let Albert setAir the tone for your day Skinamarink Third Floor Fresh Gospel Train Terry Gross Radio for the thinking kid 12-1pm Celebrating Gospel Music 11-12pm 12-1pm Terry WaitRadio Wait for Don't Me (NPR) choral, vocal, andTrain instrumental FridayMorning Music Gross Celebrating Gospel the Tell thinking kid Skinamarink Terry Gross Celebrating Gospel Music Music Fresh Air Gospel 10-11am 10-12pm 12-1pm 11-12pm 12-1pm Thistle and Rock and Roll Crossroads Comedy news quiz show musicCelebrating with Classic host BillGospel Cromwell Let Albert set theShamrock tone for your day 12-2pm 1-3pm 1-2pm TerryThistle Gross Music Radio for the thinking kid and Shamrock Classic Rock and Roll Crossroads Celtic Roots with Fiona Ritchie 50's/60's rock - request show Americana, old and new 12-2pm 1-3pm 1-2pm Celtic Skinamarink Fresh AirShamrock Gospel Train 12-1pm Roots with 50's/60's rock request show 11-12pm Americana, old and new Celtic Roots with Fiona Fiona Ritchie Ritchie 50's/60's rock request show Americana, old and new 12-1pm Thistle and Classic Rock and Roll Crossroads 12-2pm 1-3pm 1-2pm Scandanavian Terry Gross CelebratingCountry Gospel Music Radio for the thinking kidHour E-Town Swingshow 2-3pm 3-5pm 2-3pm CelticE-Town Roots with Fiona Ritchie 50's/60's rock - request Americana, old and newHour Scandanavian Country Swing KMUN Signature Show-it's polka time! Live music performance show Boot scootin' swing! 2-3pm 3-5pm 2-3pm Thistle and Shamrock Classic Rock and Roll Crossroads 12-2pm 1-2pm KMUN Signature Show-it's Live music performance show Boot scootin' swing! KMUNold Signature Show-it's polka polka time! time!1-3pm Scandanavian Hour Live music performance show Boot scootin' swing! E-Town Country Swing Celtic Roots with Fiona Ritchie 50's/60's rock request show Americana, and new 2-3pm 3-5pm 2-3pm ARTS-Live & Local Celtic AireShow-it's polka time! All Things Considered (NPR 3-5pm 5-6pm KMUN Signature 3-4pm Live music performance show Boot scootin' swing! ARTS-Live & Local Celtic Aire Things Considered (NPR (NPR Scandanavian Hour Isle and beyond 3-5pm 5-6pm Plan your weekend accordingly! E-Town Country All Swing Music from Emerald 3-5pm 3-4pm 2-3pm 2-3pm Plan your weekend accordingly! Music from Emerald Isle Plan your& weekend accordingly! Music from Show-it's Emeraldpolka Isle and and beyond KMUN Signature time!beyond ARTS-Live Local Celtic Aire All Things Considered (NPR) Live music performance show Boot scootin' swing! 3-5pm 5-6pm Radiolab 3-4pm Left,weekend Right and Center All Things Considered (NPR) 5-6pm 6-7pm 4-5pm Plan your accordingly! Music from EmeraldConsidered Isle and beyond Radiolab Right Center ARTS-Live &and Local Celtic Aire All Things Considered (NPR) world All Things (NPR) (NPR) 5-6pm 6-7pm Investigating a strange Friday news round table 3-5pm 5-6pm 3-4pm Left, 4-5pm Plan your weekend accordingly! Music from Emerald Isle and beyond Investigating aa strange world Radiolab Friday news round table Investigating strange world Friday news round table Left, Right and Center All Things Considered (NPR) 6-7pm Shady Grove 4-5pm Community Air world All Things Considered (NPR) 5-6pm 6-8pm 7-8pm 5-6pm Investigating a strange Radiolab Friday news round table Left, Right and Center All Things Considered (NPR) Shady Grove Community Air Things (NPR) 5-6pm (NPR) Back porch, acoustic, trad folk 6-7pm 7-8pm Up Next,Classic Voices and more 4-5pm All +NW regionalConsidered news and weather 6-8pm Back 5-6pm Investigating strange world Voices Fridayregional news round table porch, Back porch, acoustic, acoustic, trad trad folk folk Up Shady Grove UpaNext,Classic Next,Classic and more more +NW news and weather Community Air Voices and +NW regional news and(NPR) weather Considered 6-8pm Caribbean Moon 7-8pm 5-6pm All Things Bedtime Stories or R.O.A.R. 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FALL 2021 PROGRAM GUIDE KCPB Program Guide Fall 2021

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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

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

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All Things Considered

Return to the Source

World of Bach

LA Theater Works Le Show Philosophy Talk


FROM THE MEMBERSHIP CORNER by Janet Fryberger Membership Director

Gratitude Goes Further I can’t imagine that I can possibly say Thank You enough to each and all of you. And I must admit the mind/body connection and how we that my Thank You goes beyond your support can use our thoughts and emotions to promote healing. The big takeaway was cultivating for the station - it’s personal! Every day I receive multiple hits of Gratitude. I try to share that with and practicing GRATITUDE. Gratitude and the rest of the staff and volunteers. And I hope happiness produce similar chemicals in the brain (dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin) but gratitude by some magical mechanism that you benefit as well. Gratitude has the added power of initiating goes further. The positive effects from gratitude a social loop that has the potential to expand the last longer and go deeper because they are tied to good for everyone involved. an experience, not just a thing. ECENTLY I WATCHED A film about

“Every gift to KMUN is the result of a generous thought transformed into a concrete action.”

When I started to write this column, I thought - wait, I can’t ALWAYS write about how much I love and appreciate our listeners, our members. But then I decided YES, I CAN because the truth is that my job is only partly about asking for money. Money is just a conduit, just the gobetween that allows for the true exchange between Coast Community Radio and our members. The larger and best part of my job is to make sure that you know how grateful we are for each gift, each gesture of support, each connection. Every gift to KMUN is the result of a generous thought transformed into a concrete action. When I open an envelope with a membership gift in it, the amount of dopamine that’s released in my little brain is the same whether that gift is $15 or $1,500.

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FROM THE DEVELOPMENT TEAM by Susan Peterson Development Director

An Ode to Autumn Summer activities increased my time doing Outreach to the Community. We signed up for six of mist and mellow fruitfulness,” and I agree, adding the joy of watching populations of birds community markets, but were only able to appear moving through the region, the rich colors of the at three, due to Covid precautions. I enjoyed all the good folks I met at the Cannon Beach, Seaside foliage and the satisfactions of closing our fiscal and Long Beach markets and trust they listen to year on September 30th. It is a fine, celebratory KMUN a little more often, and are a little more time of year. involved, as a result of our conversations. Autumn brings beginnings as well, as we As community meetings moved on-line, I am build the budget for our next year. Good news able to attend more of them. One day last week, I includes an upswing in underwriting (when a was representing KMUN at the Ilwaco Merchant business supports our radio stations with onAssociation meeting and also at the North County air announcements) and a parallel upswing in Tillamook Social Services Directors meeting. It local business activity. Both were hard hit by has been great to engage, and to learn from, these the pandemic. Predicting income for our next diverse organizations. fiscal year is difficult due to the previous ups and downs of the economy, but we are optimistic. Autumn brings the satisfactions of work done Our business support is essential and our local well, a harvest of effort and activity and a little businesses understand the unique position silliness to keep us ever devoted to KMUN . they achieve in the community with on-air Onward! announcements, print ads in the Current and Business Memberships. We are grateful to all of them. N HIS ODE TO Autumn, Keats says, “Season

“Autumn brings the satisfactions of work done well...”

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Thank you volunteers! Alana Kujala Albert Smith Alex Appel Allie Evans Alyssa Evans Andrea Mazzarella Andrew Zingg Ann Ornie Annie Fletcher Arlene Mackey Barbara Hansel Ben Hunt Bereniece Jones Bernie Burger Bill Ham Bob Goldberg Bob Westerberg Bonnie Lively Brian Bovenizer Brook Boden Bruce Watts Bruce Williams Carol Newman Carolyn Wells Charles Shumar Cindy Price Colby Lennon Cornelio Gonzalez David Campiche David Douglas Dave Nelson Dave Neys David Paul Dave Rzewnicki Debbie Twombly Debby Moggio Denise Reed

Donna Quinn 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 Faber Jan Mitchell Jane Hill Jay Obenour JD Wells Jeannine Grey Jennifer Amaya Jennifer Crockett Jenny Lovold Jeremy Hirsch Jerry Middaugh Jessica Schleif Jill Merrill Jim Dott Jim Santee Joan Herman Joey Altruda John Rippey John Stevenson Josh Marquis Joyce Hunt

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 Paul Tran Hoang 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 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

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The Healing Power of Water T’S NO SECRET THAT we’re all very

weary of the pandemic. I think it’s not an exaggeration to say that we’ve all just about had it with so many things, are probably on our last nerve, and way ready for better times.

by Joanne Rideout

“...take yourself down to the river or the ocean soon, and let it work its magic on you.”

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In times like these, when our natural resilience may be wearing thin, it’s good to seek out things that feed our souls. To that end, I offer you something we have a lot of around here: water. To help keep myself grounded during this crazy time, I’ve found it very healing to renew my relationship with water. I’m fortunate to be able to see the water from our home – just enough of a glimpse to cause a sense of relief when I look out the window. But all I have to do is leave the house and within a few moments I can see a river. In less than 30 minutes I can be on an ocean beach. What a wonderful bit of luck. What a lifesaver.

I think people naturally seek out water to heal their spirits in many ways. Years ago, I interviewed a group of Gulf War veterans who were kayaking down the Columbia River together. All were suffering from PTSD and dealing with various physical war injuries. When I talked with them on the beach at Brownsmead, they told me that being on the water soothed their souls, and helped ground them back into themselves so they could be present in the world. So if you’re feeling overwhelmed by circumstances right now, first, know that you’re not alone. We’re all in this together. Second, take yourself down to the river or the ocean soon, and let it work its magic on you.

Sailors have known this for millennia, that gazing out toward the horizon can bring peace. It’s part of the romance of the sea, the wonderfully conspiratorial feeling of having “salt in your blood.” But it’s not just for mariners; it’s for anyone These days, even more than usual, I find myself stopping in places where I can take a few moments who wants to seek it out. and just look at the water. It’s something that’s I hope you will give yourself the gift of water always brought me a sense of peace, whether it’s sometime soon, as we continue to wait for better a river, a stream or even a rainy day. I’ve felt that times. It’s a reminder of things in the universe same feeling in other places outside. Another much more powerful than we are, wonderful such place where I have felt that vast sense of things, that continue to endure. connectedness with nature, was the Grand Canyon (which also has a river). It’s a place whose immense depth and scope inspires the same sense of eternity and awe that bodies of water have always given me.


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Lost Highway is great. We listen to it way down here in Huntington Beach, CA, after our exercise class to cool down. Keep up the great old music.

To ALL OF THE PROGRAMMERS and their dedication to producing intelligent and creative programming.

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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

Astoria Pet and Home Services Holistic Horse Massage Riverdog Astoria 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

46 North Farm Fred’s Homegrown Produce Kingfisher Farms LaNa’s Conscious Farm West-Davies Farm Youngs Bay Land & Cattle Company FINANCIAL SERVICES

Bank of the Pacific Thrivent Financial

FOOD & BEVERAGE

42nd Street Cafe & Bistro Astoria Coffehouse and Bistro Bowpicker Fish & Chips Bridgewater Bistro Columbia River Candies Columbia River Coffee Roaster Fort George Brewery and Public House FALL 2021 THE CURRENT

Labor Temple Diner & Bar Merry Time Bar & Grill Oregon Wild Berries Inc. dba The Berry Patch Osprey Cafe Patty’s Wicker Cafe Peaceful Ferments Brewing Co Pickled Fish Restaurant Shelburne Pub Tokyo Teriyaki & Sushi - Astoria Tokyo Teriyaki & Sushi - Seaside 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 Affordable Tree Care Jessica Schleif Gardens McEvoy Tile & Marble 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

Friends of Willapa National Wildlife Refuge American Legion Auxiliary Unit 168 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 Northwest Women’s Surf Camp 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 Liberty Theater North Coast Chorale Rhythm Method Tenor Guitar Foundation PERSONAL CARE

Simply Human Art

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Aimee Levens Consulting Blair Henningsgaard, Attorney at Law Bruce A. Norman Plumbing Chinook Marine Repair, Inc. Crag Law Center 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, Realty One Group Prestige Astoria Real Estate

Covert Properties Illahee Apartments Kim Cooper - Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty RECREATION

Columbia River Cruises Columbia River Kayaking NW Women’s Surf Camp RETAIL

Astoria Coffee Company Astoria Cooperative Grocery Beach Books Cannon Beach Book Company Garbo’s Vintage Wear Gimre’s Shoes Godfather’s Books Harmony Soapworks LLC Hester’s Vintage 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 Studio Collective DavidLeeMyersPhoto.com Don Frank Photography Dragonfire Gallery Grateful Rain of Astoria gregnavratilart.com Hiih Gallery Imogen Gallery Sou’wester Arts and Ecology Center Studio 11 The Cannon Beach Gallery Group Columbia River Maritime Museum


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

Haglund Kelly, LLP

Astoria Co-op Grocery

Hauer’s Lawn Care and Equipment

Astoria Real Estate

Hearts of Space

Bank of the Pacific

HipFish

Bill’s Tavern/Warren House Pub

Integrated Business Services

Blue Scorcher Bakery Cafe

Lewis and Clark Bank

Bridgewater Bistro

Old Time Framing

Brim’s Farm and Garden

Salmonberry Saloon

Buoy Beer Company

Seaside Attorneys

Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa

Shawn Helligso Construction

Columbia Memorial Hospital

Short Wave

Columbia River Coffee Roaster

The Daily Astorian

Columbia River Cruises

The Liberty Theater

Crag Law Center

The Wahkiakum County Eagle

Englund Marine and Industrial Supply

Twin Gables Inn

Finn Ware

Wauna Credit Union

Fort George Brewery And Public House

Willapa Hills Audubon Society

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