Brookings

The Insider Report: Upcoming Activities and Events for December 14 – 16, 2018 … and Beyond

In this edition of The Insider Report, hosts Bruce Ellis and Kat Temple share the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. This weekend, the Wild Rivers Coast Foundation for Dance and the Arts will present The Nutcracker at Azalea Middle School in Brookings. Performances will run December 14 -16 and will feature guest performances by professional ballerina Demi Trezonia of Portland, Oregon.

Other upcoming events include the final weekend of performances for A Christmas Carol at Brookings Harbor Community Theater in Harbor, the final weekend of performances for A Christmas Cactus at the Chetco Playhouse in Brookings, an “Ultimate Elvis” concert with impersonator Justin Shandor at Elk Valley Casino in Brookings on Crescent City 15 … and much, much more!

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

Hosts: Bruce Ellis, Kat Temple; Producer: Rose Weiss; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich; Web Post Writer: Kat Temple


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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 72

Bruin Radio is a radio news show produced by the students and staff of the Brookings-Harbor High School.

Tune in to our first episode of the year! Host Natalie Garcia returns to fill you in on what’s been going on and what’s coming up at the home of the Bruins. The show includes an investigative report by Jacob Benson regarding a cut phone line at the High-School, as well as some student-in-the-hallway opinion reporting by Kedric Hoy.

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 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: Natalie Garcia, Dane Tippman, Jacob Benson, Kedric Hoy
Producer: Dane Tippman
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.


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Photo by BHHS Student Jacob Benson

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 permission of the students and their parents or guardians, and is conducted with the guidance of BHHS Teacher Mr. Tippman and the approval of school administration. 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 7 – 9, 2018 … and Beyond

In this edition of The Insider Report, hosts Bruce Ellis and Kat Temple share the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. Between Friday, December 7, and Sunday, December 16, the Chetco Pelican Players will present A Christmas Cactus at the Chetco Playhouse in Brookings. This lighthearted modern mystery, which runs for two weekends, makes light of Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas novel while imparting renewed faith the spirit of the season.

Other upcoming events include the Pelican Bay Athletic Organization’s Quarter Craze Auction at Elk Valley Casino on December 5, a holiday open house at Crescent Harbor Gallery in Crescent City on December 8, Wild Rivers Symphony presenting “Christmas Fantasy” concerts in Gold Beach, Brookings, and Crescent City on December 8-10 … and much, much more!

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

Hosts: Bruce Ellis, Kat Temple; Producer: Rose Weiss; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich; Web Post Writer: Kat Temple
Guests: Kelly Dickey, director of the play A Christmas Cactus; Jim Newman; Ray Gary; Mark Camarillo of Misty Mountain Brewing


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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 November 16 – 18 , 2018 … and Beyond

In this edition of The Insider Report, host Bruce Ellis and guest co-host Kat Temple share the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. On November 17, the United Indian Health Services will host the 6th annual American Indian Winter Arts and Crafts Fair in Smith River. There will be over twenty booths with one-of-a-kind items by local artists.

Other upcoming events include the Ninth Annual Gold Beach Rotary Club Turkey Trot on November 24, the debut of the “Penny Lane” trolley service at Nature’s Coastal Holiday in Brookings on November 25, a Holiday Artisan Fair on November 18 sponsored by the Crescent City Soroptimists … and much, much more!

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

Hosts: Bruce Ellis, Kat Temple; Producer: Rose Weiss; Recording Tech: Jeff Reich; Web Post Writer: Kat Temple


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

Our Community: Oregon South Coast Fishermen

In this episode of Our Community, host Candice Michel talks to Oregon South Coast Fishermen’s President Dave Kuehn. Dave takes Candice and listeners on a delightful journey depicting the life of your average salmon! Find out how this local fishing club promotes the health and welfare of our salmon fishery, and how you can help.

Host: Candice Michel; Producer: Candice Michel


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Intro and end music: The Best Is Yet to Come, licensed from audioblocks.com.

 

Special Program: County Commission, Brookings Mayor, and Brookings City Council Candidate Forum

On October 18, 2018, KCIW hosted a special Candidate Forum in Chetco Community Library. The forum was moderated by Douglas Bunn, Dean of the Curry Campus of Southwestern Oregon Community College. All candidates for the current races of Brookings Mayor, Brookings City Council, and Curry County Commission were invited to attend and to share their ideas and hopes concerning issues that we face in Brookings-Harbor and Curry County.

Speaking to a standing-room-only audience, the candidates answered questions written by audience members and read by moderator Doug Bunn. Questions covered a wide range of topics, from local government administration to the protection of our parks and forests.

The entire event was recorded by KCIW volunteers, so if you weren’t able to attend in person, you’ll want to listen to this podcast before you vote on November 6.


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program. Curry Coast Community Radio does not endorse candidates for elected office.


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Our Community: Nature’s Coastal Holiday with Leslie Wilkinson

This episode of Our Community is all about the popular annual holiday season Nature’s Coastal Holiday Festival of Lights in Azalea Park. Host Candice Michel talks with Nature’s Coastal Holiday board member Leslie Wilkinson about the history of the event, what’s new this year, and how community members like you can help.

Don’t miss this year’s 1 million-light holiday display!

2018 Event Calendar

  • November 1st, 2018 – Sponsorship Donation Deadline.
  • November 3rd, 20189:00am Volunteers needed to help string lights. Meet at the Kid’s Town Parking Lot. Stay for an hour or for the day. All help is greatly appreciated!
  • November 23rd, 2018 – Opening Night! 5-9p. Then nightly 5-9pm through December 28th.
  • November – December 2018  – Princess Elsa from Frozen visits 6-8pm. Nov 23, 24, Dec 1,2,8,9,21,22
  • December 14th – 15th, 2018 – Santa visits from 6-9pm
  • December 23rd – 24th, 2018 – Santa visits from 6-9pm
  • December 28th, 2018 – Closing Night

Host: Candice Michel; Producer: Candice Michel


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Intro and end music: The Best Is Yet to Come, licensed from audioblocks.com.

 

Discussion at Brookings Café: Hey Brookings, How are U?

Discussion at Brookings Café is a potpourri of topics around a table where anybody can join in the discussion. This show represents a place where the community of Brookings and the surrounding areas can discuss what concerns us as coastal residents.

Hello Brookings. How are you doing?

Well, the City of Brookings can’t really answer that question, but perhaps we can. Here is the first in a series of discussions to essentially ask the question – How are we doing? And what lies in our future? Can we expect prosperity in the next few years or do we need to make some changes? A real estate agent and a business leader weigh in on how we are doing.

Brookings Café … a discussion about what’s important to you.

Host: Dan Sherman
Guests: Pat Piper, Mike Frederick
Producer: Dan Sherman
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


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Music is Road Song, licensed from audioblocks.com.

Discussion at Brookings Café: Homelessness in Our Community

This is a special edition of Discussion at Brookings Café covering the topic of homelessness in our community, hosted by Curry Coastal Pilot staff writer Boyd Allen. It was recorded before a live audience at the Chetco Community Public Library.

The first half of the show is a panel discussion with panelists Father Bernie Lindley of Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Chruch in Brookings, AllCare Health Board Member and Chair of Curry County Community Advisory Council Georgia Nowlin, and Beth Barker-Hidalgo, Board Chair of the Curry Homeless Coalition.

A question and answer session followed the discussion. A number of people gave opinions, including homeless people who spoke of life from their point of view.

This is a two-hour long show, but well worth the listen. Consider listening in two sessions.

Brookings Café … a discussion about what’s important to you.

Host: Boyd Allen
Guests: Father Bernie Lindley, Georga Nowlin, Beth Barker-Hidalgo
Producer: Dan Sherman
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


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Music is Road Song, licensed from audioblocks.com.

Reality Check: Butterflies and Local Government – A Conversation With Dennis Triglia

In this edition of Reality Check, we talk with Brookings City Councilor Dennis Triglia about current issues of public concern facing the City Council, as well as about Monarch butterflies and our status as one of the few towns on the west coast to be designated a Monarch City USA.

Show Notes:

The local monarch butterfly group, Brookings Oregon Monarch Advocates, has a Facebook group called Monarchs.me.

People interested in starting their own Monarch Waystation can visit https://www.monarchwatch.org/waystations.

The Xerces Society which is a non-profit environmental organization that focuses on the conservation of invertebrates considered to be essential to biological diversity and ecosystem health. Their website is https://xerces.org.

The Monarch Butterfly Garden website is https://monarchbutterflygarden.net.

The Southern Oregon Monarch Advocates website is somonarchs.org.

The Monarch Joint Venture website is https://monarchjointventure.org.

Anyone with specific questions about Monarch Butterflies can contact Denis Triglia at trigliad@yahoo.com.

For questions regarding City government, contact Denis Triglia at dtriglia@brookings.or.us.

Host: Lee Tuley
Guest:
Dennis Triglia
Producers: Lee Tuley, Pye White
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


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Music is from Minor Intrusions by Pye White, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.