Sascha’s Dangerous Gifts

Sascha’s bilpolar diagnoses landed him in the hospital 3 times.
It also gave him super powers to change the world.

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Sascha Altman DuBrul’s old story, which he mentions in the radio show, is here.

The pretty song in this radio show was downloaded for free and shared without breaking the law. It’s called”Lullaby” by _ghost. More info:

Lullaby (_ghost) / CC BY-NC 3.0

The other music for this episode was composed by the greatest human being in the world, my pal Scott Bruzenak.

If you want the latest that Sasha has to share, here is his blog

This episode originally aired last year as an hour long show.

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The Last Show of 2010

Bloggers, Reporters and Cartoonists share stories about their most popular creations of the year 2010.

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The following is the long list of links to the stories, posts and images described during the show:

Will Evans’ story in print was first published on the California Watch website. And then was updated later.

Kate Sheppard on “Why We’re Doomed”

Mat Bors:

Matt Bor's most popular comic of 2010

Click the image to order a copy or see more of Matt Bor’s stuff.

Tim Redmond told of “Civil Sidewalks, Lewis Lapham, and the struggle for the soul of cities”

Lance Knobel on Berkeley’s Mountain Lion shooting.

Ben Trefny’s interview with filmmaker Charles Ferguson.

Eric of Transbay Blog says this BART story was the year’s most viewed/commented.

Rachel Swan’s East Oakland Turf Dancing Video and “Oakland’s War on Fun” stories.

David Weir on the actual, physical existence of twitter and how the people who work there like cookies just as much as the rest of us.

Tony Millionaire’s Maakies website as well as the valentine he described on the show:

real talk from Pearl Millionaire

I failed to mention during the show that I stole the idea for this episode from Benjamin Walker’s “Too Much Information” on WFMU.  Highly recommended.

“Unemployed” part four

What makes Jonno Norton so lucky? Why doesn’t being unemployed piss him off? Listen to find out.

This episode also features Kyle’s story.

Radio Chronicles: Host Eric Klein

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“Unemployed” is an ongoing project, every person with a story to share will get on the radio. Email me at crowsnestradio@gmail.com and tell your friends.

The phone number given out during the show is KPFA’s on-air studio line. Call it now to talk to the D.J. or Board Op working at this very moment, who will have no clue what you’re talking about. You can email me here instead.

The theme music is

chartreuse cactus (I, Cactus) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

Other music by:

Flutesichord (Mac 68K) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

and then, as always, Scott Bruzenak’s “melting song

a caller referred to the book "Bolo Bolo," this is an urban bolo

“Unemployed” part three

Today on “Unemployed” we sum up a half dozen of the stories we’ve been told, most of which are real downers. Then three people call in to cheer us up.

Radio Chronicles: Host Eric Klein

Click to listen (or download)

“Unemployed” is an ongoing project, every person with a story to share will get on the radio. Email me at crowsnestradio@gmail.com and tell your friends.

The phone number given out during the show is KPFA’s on-air studio line, if you call it now you will talk to the D.J. or Board Op working at this vert moment, but that is not the way to get in touch with me. Try email instead.

The theme music is

chartreuse cactus (I, Cactus) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

“Unemployed” Part Two

Dave: “This is kind of the end of hope”
Leif: “I have no spare money for anything”
Nancy: “I’d like to be in a collective of people to exchange goods and services for money and barter.”

(the News goes 45sec over)

Radio Chronicles: Host Eric Klein

Click to listen (or download)

“Unemployed” is an ongoing project, every person with a story to share will get on the radio. Email me at crowsnestradio@gmail.com and tell your friends.

The phone number given out during the show is KPFA’s on-air studio line, if you call it now you will talk to the D.J. or Board Op working at this vert moment, but that is not the way to get in touch with me. Try email instead.

The theme music is

chartreuse cactus (I, Cactus) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

Additional music:
The “melting song” is from the unreleased album “icicle dream” by Scott Bruzenak.

“Unemployed” part one

“I don’t have to tell you, times are tough…”

Radio Chronicles: Host Eric Klein

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“Unemployed” is an ongoing project and needs more stories from every willing individual. Tell a friend. Email me at crowsnestradio@gmail.com.
The phone number given out during the show is KPFA’s on-air studio line. Calling it gets you in touch with whomever is working right now (i.e. not me). Try email instead.

The theme music is

chartreuse cactus (I, Cactus) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

Additional music:

Bad Banana Bread (CSC Funk Band) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0

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The “melting song” is from the unreleased album “icicle dream” by Scott Bruzenak.

“Overshare” part 1

The culture invented a new word, it’s our time to define it:

Radio Chronicles: Host Eric Klein, Guest Sascha Altman DuBrul

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Forgive the News for going 8 seconds over their time, and please
keep in mind, the number given out during the show is not my voicemail, it’s the on air studio. Call it now and you’ll talk to the D.J. currently broadcasting, but I’ll never get the message. Try email instead.

The theme music is

chartreuse cactus (I, Cactus) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

.
The “melting song” is from the unreleased album “icicle dream” by Scott Bruzenak.

Sascha’s story can be heard here.