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Bruin Radio: Episode 51

Bruin Radio is a weekly student-led and student-written news show produced by Brookings-Harbor High School staff, and supported by Curry Coast Community Radio.

Jeremy Pettinger and Carl King

This is the full, online version of Episode 51, and it’s yet another dynamite episode packed with real news. Our in-studio guest is Carl King, who discusses his work as a member of the Curry County Budget Committee, his efforts with measure 8-76 and the Home Rule Charter, his support of current Measure 101, and much more. Click HERE If you would like to listen to only the full interview with Carl King.

Bruin Radio journalists also report on the January 20th Brookings-Harbor Women’s March. Student newshounds are on-site interviewing organizers, protesters and counter-protesters. We read signs and play the audio from the preparatory meeting and the street march itself. Click HERE If you would like to listen to only the Women’s March content.

If you would like to download these files, depending on your operating system, try right-clicking the link and selecting ‘Save As’ to save the audio.

If you’re a student or staff member and you’d like to get involved, or if you’re a community member with input or advice for Bruin Radio, please reach out to us! Email Dane Tippman or Alex Merritt of the Brookings-Harbor High School. We would be thrilled to hear from you!

For more great High-School radio shows, check out the Brookings-Harbor High School radio page, a proud partner of Curry Coast Community Radio!

Hosts: Jeremy Pettinger, Brigid Mitchell
Guests: Carl King, Women’s March Attendees and Protesters
Producers: Dane Tippman, Alex Merritt
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


The Bruin News segment used the Wikinews briefs jingle, by Steven Fruitsmaak, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic license.
The Bruin News intro music is from the Prelinger Archives on the website archive.org, and is released under the Creative Commons Public Domain license. The full show from which the Bruin News intro music was taken can be found at: https://archive.org/details/0596_On_the_Air_20_09_04_00.
This episode features selections from music composed by artist Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud. Listen to his work here: https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.

Student participation in this school-approved learning and creativity project is by the express permission of the students and their parents or guardians, and is conducted with the guidance of BHHS Vice-Principal Alex Merritt, BHHS Teacher Craig Cooper, BHHS Teacher Mr. Tippman and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures that may be included in this posting, and the names of students that may be mentioned in the show itself, were provided to Curry Coast Community Radio by the Brookings-Harbor School District with permission from the students and their parents or guardians in accordance with School Board Policy “JOB – Personally Identifiable Information” and the Brookings-Harbor High School form “Releasing Student Directory Information” signed by the parents or guardians.

 

The Insider Report: Upcoming Activities and Events for January 19 – 21, 2018 … and Beyond

In this edition of The Insider Report, Bruce Ellis shares the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. On January 20, the Pistol River Concert Association will host a concert by The Special Consensus, a four-piece acoustic bluegrass group. This Chicago-based grouo performs original songs, classic hits, and modern music with a bluegrass twist.

Other upcoming events and activities include a Legends Never Die student dance showcase in Crescent City on January 19 and 20, a Coffee With CASA meet and greet at the Bell & Whistle Coffee House in Brookings on January 22, free guitar classes for veterans and their families in Crescent City on January 23 … and much, much more!

So sit back and – as Bruce puts it – let your ears do the walking.

Host: Bruce Ellis; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich; Web Post Writer: Katlyn Temple


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


End music is Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss, recorded by Kevin MacLeod, from freemusicarchive.org, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.

Bruin Radio: Episode 50

Bruin Radio is a weekly student-led and student-written news show produced by Brookings-Harbor High School staff, and supported by Curry Coast Community Radio.

Left to right: Rose Mantle, Brigid Mitchell, Jeremy Pettinger, Teresa Lawson, Ivan Mann

Our student journalists interview two organizers of the Brookings-Harbor Women’s March. Our discussion gets to the heart of the goals of the March, the rights that its participants are marching for, and the perspectives of organizers and marchers on political topics. Don’t miss our weekly local and school news segments in this episode either!

If you’re a student or staff member and you’d like to get involved, or if you’re a community member with input or advice for Bruin Radio, please reach out to us! E-mail Dane Tippman or Alex Merritt of the Brookings-Harbor High School. We would be thrilled to hear from you!

For more great High-School radio shows, check out the Brookings-Harbor High School radio page, a proud partner of Curry Coast Community Radio!

Hosts: Brigid Mitchell, Ivan Mann, Jeremiah Pettinger
Guests: Teresa Lawson, Rose Mantle
Producers: Dane Tippman, Alex Merritt
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


The Bruin News segment used the Wikinews briefs jingle, by Steven Fruitsmaak, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic license.
The Bruin News intro music is from the Prelinger Archives on the website archive.org, and is released under the Creative Commons Public Domain license. The full show from which the Bruin News intro music was taken can be found at: https://archive.org/details/0596_On_the_Air_20_09_04_00.
This episode features selections from music composed by artist Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud. Listen to his work here: https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.

Student participation in this school-approved learning and creativity project is by the express permission of the students and their parents or guardians, and is conducted with the guidance of BHHS Vice-Principal Alex Merritt, BHHS Teacher Craig Cooper, BHHS Teacher Mr. Tippman and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures that may be included in this posting, and the names of students that may be mentioned in the show itself, were provided to Curry Coast Community Radio by the Brookings-Harbor School District with permission from the students and their parents or guardians in accordance with School Board Policy “JOB – Personally Identifiable Information” and the Brookings-Harbor High School form “Releasing Student Directory Information” signed by the parents or guardians.

 

The Insider Report: Upcoming Activities and Events for January 12 – 14, 2018 … and Beyond

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In this edition of the Insider Report, Bruce Ellis shares the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. January 12 is opening night for Lighthouse Repertory Theater’s rendition of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? This classic 1962 play by Edward Albee features performances by local actors Howard Patterson and Steven Scruggs. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf runs for three weekends, with evening performances on Fridays and Saturdays.

Other upcoming events and activities include the Soroptimist International Benefit Dance at Crescent City’s VFW Hall on January 12, a low-cost spay and neuter clinic at the South Coast Humane Society in Brookings on January 13, a discussion on science and democracy at the Chetco Library in Brookings on January 24…and much, much more!

So sit back and – as Bruce puts it – let your ears do the walking.

Host: Bruce Ellis; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich; Web Post Writer: Katlyn Temple


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


End music is Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss, recorded by Kevin MacLeod, from freemusicarchive.org, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.

Bruin Radio: Episode 49

Bruin Radio is a weekly student-led and student-written news show produced by Brookings-Harbor High School staff, and supported by Curry Coast Community Radio.

Jay Trost

Our guest this week is Mr. Jay Trost. Mr. Trost is the Curry County Juvenile Director, the Curry County Parks Director, a Brookings Parks and Recreation Commissioner, a youth coach, the Chair of the Curry Community Health Board of Directors, and a member of a variety of other local teams and boards. It is apt to describe Mr. Trost as an active public servant, and our Bruin Radio student reporters take the opportunity to ask him some tough questions. He answers each one with confidence and sincerity in this in-depth interview.

If you’re a student or staff member and you’d like to get involved, or if you’re a community member with input or advice for Bruin Radio, please reach out to us! E-mail Dane Tippman or Alex Merritt of the Brookings-Harbor High School. We would be thrilled to hear from you!

For more great High-School radio shows, check out the Brookings-Harbor High School radio page, a proud partner of Curry Coast Community Radio!

Hosts: Brigid Mitchell, Maclane Westbrook, Gage Westbrook, Peter Schreiber
Guest: Jay Trost
Producers: Dane Tippman, Alex Merritt
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


The Bruin News segment used the Wikinews briefs jingle, by Steven Fruitsmaak, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic license.
The music playing in the segment with the robotic voice is a musical composition from freesound.org called technology ambience by user burning-mir, Creative Commons Public Domain license.
The Bruin News intro music is from the Prelinger Archives on the website archive.org, and is released under the Creative Commons Public Domain license. The full show from which the Bruin News intro music was taken can be found at: https://archive.org/details/0596_On_the_Air_20_09_04_00.
Pomp and Circumstance, from Wikimedia Commons, is in the public domain.
This episode features selections from music composed by artist Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud. Listen to his work here: https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.

Student participation in this school-approved learning and creativity project is by the express permission of the students and their parents or guardians, and is conducted with the guidance of BHHS Vice-Principal Alex Merritt, BHHS Teacher Craig Cooper, BHHS Teacher Mr. Tippman and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures that may be included in this posting, and the names of students that may be mentioned in the show itself, were provided to Curry Coast Community Radio by the Brookings-Harbor School District with permission from the students and their parents or guardians in accordance with School Board Policy “JOB – Personally Identifiable Information” and the Brookings-Harbor High School form “Releasing Student Directory Information” signed by the parents or guardians.

 

The Insider Report: Upcoming Activities and Events for January 5 – 7, 2018 … and Beyond

In this edition of The Insider Report, Bruce Ellis shares the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. On January 6, the Del Norte-Curry Community Concert Association is presenting a concert by Two on Tap at the Crescent Elk Auditorium in Crescent City. Reminiscent of Fred and Ginger, this duo mixes singing and tap-dancing for a lively musical experience.

Other upcoming events and activities include the launch of First Friday Dinners at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church on January 5, the opening weekend of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at Crescent City’s Lighthouse Repertory Theater on January 12, a New Year’s dance party at the Chetco Grange on January 28 … and much, much more!

So sit back and – as Bruce puts it – let your ears do the walking.

Host: Bruce Ellis; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich; Web Post Writer: Katlyn Temple


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


End music is Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss, recorded by Kevin MacLeod, from freemusicarchive.org, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.

The Insider Report: Upcoming Activities and Events for December 29 – 31, 2017 … and Beyond

In this edition of The Insider Report, Bruce Ellis shares the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. Still figuring out how to ring in the New Year? Elk Valley Casino, Lucky 7 Casino, River’s End Sports Bar, Foggy Bottom Bar and Grill, and 101 Bar and Grill are all hosting New Year’s Eve parties on Sunday, December 31. Whether you plan to sing, dance, or play the night away, there’s sure to be a celebration near you.

Other upcoming events and activities include the final week of the Nature’s Coastal Holiday light display at Azalea Park through December 31, creative writing workshops for veterans and their families at the Del Norte Senior Center beginning January 13, a discussion on science and democracy at the Chetco Community Public Library January 24, docent-guided whale watching at several sites on the Southern Oregon Coast … and much, much more!

So sit back and – as Bruce puts it – let your ears do the walking.

Host: Bruce Ellis; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich; Web Post Writer: Katlyn Temple


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


End music is Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss, recorded by Kevin MacLeod, from freemusicarchive.org, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.

The Insider Report: Upcoming Activities and Events for December 22 – 24, 2017 … and Beyond

In this edition of The Insider Report, Bruce Ellis shares the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. Calling all musicians! The operators of the Nature’s Coastal Holiday light display are seeking volunteers to provide entertainment to the public from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM through December 31. If you sing or play an instrument, contact Leslie at 530-521-5621 to help spread some holiday cheer!

Other upcoming events and activities include a Christmas movie marathon at the Curry Public Library in Gold Beach on December 23, whale watching events at various beaches on the Wild Rivers Coast on December 27 through December 31, New Year’s celebrations at the Lucky 7 and Elk Valley  Casinos … and much, much more!

So sit back and – as Bruce puts it – let your ears do the walking.

Host: Bruce Ellis; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich; Web Post Writer: Katlyn Temple


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


End music is Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss, recorded by Kevin MacLeod, from freemusicarchive.org, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.

Bruin Radio: Episode 48

Bruin Radio is a weekly student-led and student-written news show produced by Brookings-Harbor High School staff, and supported by Curry Coast Community Radio.

This may be one of our last episodes as we gear up for Winter Break, so be sure to tune in! The major features of this episode include a quick review of the new Justice League film (some spoilers) and a fantastic interview conducted by Bruin Radio reporter Brigid Mitchell! Ms. Mitchell interviews three employees of Curry Community Health; Ben Cannon, Crystal Chenoweth and Beth Beasley.

If you’re a student or staff member and you’d like to get involved, or if you’re a community member with input or advice for Bruin Radio, please reach out to us! E-mail Dane Tippman or Alex Merritt of the Brookings-Harbor High School. We would be thrilled to hear from you!

For more great High-School radio shows, check out the Brookings-Harbor High School radio page, a proud partner of Curry Coast Community Radio!

Hosts: Gage Westbrook, Maclane Westbrook, Dane Tippman, Brigid Mitchell
Guests: Curry Community Health Employees Ben Cannon, Crystal Chenoweth, Beth Beasley; BHHS Student Ivan Mann
Producers: Dane Tippman, Alex Merritt
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


The Bruin News segment used the Wikinews briefs jingle, by Steven Fruitsmaak, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic license.
The Bruin News intro music is from the Prelinger Archives on the website archive.org, and is released under the Creative Commons Public Domain license. The full show from which the Bruin News intro music was taken can be found at: https://archive.org/details/0596_On_the_Air_20_09_04_00.
Pomp and Circumstance, from Wikimedia Commons, is in the public domain.
This episode features selections from music composed by artist Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud. Listen to his work here: https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.

Student participation in this school-approved learning and creativity project is by the express permission of the students and their parents or guardians, and is conducted with the guidance of BHHS Vice-Principal Alex Merritt, BHHS Teacher Craig Cooper, BHHS Teacher Mr. Tippman and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures that may be included in this posting, and the names of students that may be mentioned in the show itself, were provided to Curry Coast Community Radio by the Brookings-Harbor School District with permission from the students and their parents or guardians in accordance with School Board Policy “JOB – Personally Identifiable Information” and the Brookings-Harbor High School form “Releasing Student Directory Information” signed by the parents or guardians.

 

The Insider Report: Upcoming Activities and Events for December 15 – 17, 2017 … and Beyond

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In this edition of The Insider Report, Bruce Ellis shares the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. This is the final weekend to catch live performances of two classic Christmas plays! Making God Laugh runs December 15-17 at the Rogue Playhouse in Gold Beach. In Brookings, the Chetco Pelican Players are offering three more performances of Miracle on 34th Street at the Chetco Playhouse, also running December 15-17.

Other upcoming events and activities include a special showing of George Balanchine‘s The Nutcracker at the Redwood Theater on December 17 and 18 at 4:00 PM, a pancake breakfast with Santa at the Brookings Event Center on December 17, the continuation of the Nature’s Coastal Holiday light display in Azalea Park, a Christmas movie double-feature at the Redwood Theater on December 22 … and much, much more!

So sit back and – as Bruce puts it – let your ears do the walking.

Host: Bruce Ellis; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


End music is Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss, recorded by Kevin MacLeod, from freemusicarchive.org, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.