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Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks: Episode 7

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks is a sketch comedy program by a band of friends and brothers, including Maclane Westbrook, Jadin Payne, Quarry Sarabia, Gage Westbrook, Laurie Buehler, McKenna Davis, Miranda Wolfers, and Jed Doan. Written by Maclane and Jake Westbrook, the show presents satires, parodies and re-creations of classic scripts.

This week on HDTWB, the cast returns for another dramatic role, this time in an adaptation of the classic film, It Happened Tomorrow, featuring news reporter Larry Steven’s brush with the strange and unexplainable. Included in this presentation are Maclane Westbrook as Larry, McKenna Davis as Sylvia, Jed Doan as Andy, Jake Westbrook as Pop Benson and Gordon, and Gage Westbrook as the Inspector.

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Producers: Maclane Westbrook, Jake Westbrook, Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman

Sound Editors: Jake Westbrook and Dane Tippman


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Music includes Iron Horse and Gnarled Situation, by Kevin MacLeod, from incompetech.com, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license; and Here Comes the Bride, licensed from audioblocks.com.

 

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks: Episode 6

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks is a sketch comedy program by a band of friends and brothers, including Maclane Westbrook, Jadin Payne, Quarry Sarabia, Gage Westbrook, Laurie Buehler, McKenna Davis, Miranda Wolfers, and Jed Doan. Written by Maclane and Jake Westbrook, the show presents satires, parodies and re-creations of classic scripts.

This week, HDTWB presents a dramatic radio recreation of an episode from Rod Serling’s classic anthology series, and follows it up with another trip down the alleyways of crime and corruption in the city with police detective Jack Saturday as our guide in “A Humid Day in San Diego” … plus we apparently have a musical act now. Don’t ask.

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Performed by The HDTWB Players: Maclane Westbrook, Quarry Sarabia, Jed Doan, Gage Westbrook, Laurie Beuhler, Jake Westbrook, Miranda Wolfers, and Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman

Sound Editors: Jake Westbrook and Dane Tippman


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Sound effects used in the show are licensed from wavebrigade.com.

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks: Episode 5

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks is a sketch comedy program by a band of friends and brothers, including Maclane Westbrook, Jadin Payne, Quarry Sarabia, Gage Westbrook, Laurie Buehler, McKenna Davis, Miranda Wolfers, and Jed Doan. Written by Maclane and Jake Westbrook, the show presents satires, parodies and re-creations of classic scripts.

This week on HDTWB, we perform The Maltese Sparrow, an episode of the Jack Saturday series “Another Rainy Day”, and the famous “Casey at the Bat”.

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Performed by The HDTWB Players: Maclane Westbrook, Gage Westbrook, Quarry Sarabia, Jed Doan, Laurie Buehler, Miranda Wolfers
Producers: Maclane Westbrook, Jake Westbrook, and Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman

Sound Editors: Dane Tippman


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Sound effects used in the show are licensed from wavebrigade.com. Noir Jazz music and other tunes are from Jason Shaw of audionautix.com, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Laser Groove and Bass Walker – Film Noir are by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Creative Commons By Attribution 3.0 License.

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks: Episode 4

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks is a sketch comedy program by a band of friends and brothers, including Maclane Westbrook, Jadin Payne, Quarry Sarabia, Gage Westbrook, Laurie Buehler, McKenna Davis, Miranda Wolfers, and Jed Doan. Written by Maclane and Jake Westbrook, the show presents satires, parodies and re-creations of classic scripts.

This week on HDTWB, we take another fact-filled journey back through the pages of history to examine the life of the infamous Napoleon Bonaparte! Also, there’s this hot new TV show hitting the airwaves called “Beast Hunters” and we’ve got an exclusive look! Tune in, won’t you?

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Performed by The HDTWB Players: Maclane Westbrook, Gage Westbrook, Jake Westbrook, Casey Faris, Jadin Payne, Miranda Wolfers, Jedidiah Doan, Quarry Sarabia
Producers: Maclane Westbrook, Jake Westbrook, and Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman

Sound Editors: Jake Westbrook and Dane Tippman


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Ssound effects used in the show are licensed from wavebrigade.com.

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks: Episode 3

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks is a sketch comedy program by a band of friends and brothers, including Maclane Westbrook, Jadin Payne, Quarry Sarabia, Gage Westbrook, Laurie Buehler, McKenna Davis, Miranda Wolfers, and Jed Doan. Written by Maclane and Jake Westbrook, the show presents satires, parodies and re-creations of classic scripts.

This week, HDTWB gets into the spirit of the July 4th holiday with an original stirring look back at the history of the good ol’ U S of A. Join us as we review the tale of our country, from its founding all the way up to the present day – a better account than anything you’ll hear in one of those fancy shmancy universities!

Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes at itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/heroes-dont-take-water-breaks. Like us on Facebookfacebook.com/heroesdonttakewaterbreaks. or send us an email at heroesdonttakewaterbreaks@gmail.com.

Performed by The HDTWB Players
Producers: Maclane Westbrook, Jake Westbrook, and Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman

Sound Editors: Jake Westbrook and Dane Tippman


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Public domain music used in this show include General Heywood by the United States Marine Band, 1940’s Slow Dance (Sting), and California Here I Come by George M. Cohan. Other music includes Industrial Revolution, by Kevin MacLeod, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100811. Artist: http://incompetech.com/. Other sound effects used in the show are licensed from wavebrigade.com.

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks: Episode 2

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks is a sketch comedy program by a band of friends and brothers, including Maclane Westbrook, Jadin Payne, Quarry Sarabia, Gage Westbrook, Laurie Buehler, and Jed Doan. Drawing off of inspiration from Old Time Radio, the creators wish to present satires, parodies, re-creations, and original scripts.

This week, HDTWB presents three tales, comprised of an inside look at the job of a police detective and his partner in “A Rainy Day In San Francisco”, a sophisticated look at classic literature in “Road Not Taken”, and finally, the tale of a rich man looking for a simple life in “Small Town Billionaire”.

Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes  at itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/heroes-dont-take-water-breaks. Like us on Facebookfacebook.com/heroesdonttakewaterbreaks. or send us an email at heroesdonttakewaterbreaks@gmail.com.

Performed by The HDTWB Players
Producers: Maclane Westbrook, Jake Westbrook, and Dane Tippman
Sound Editors: Jake Westbrook and Dane Tippman


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The opening song in San Francisco was taken from an episode of the 1950s Dragnet radio show, which is public domain.
Selections of the composition Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod were used. Source: incomptec.com, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
This show includes excerpts of the Public Domain songs The Entertainer, acquired from the Wikimedia Commons.
The following sound effects used in this show are the Public Domain: City ambience sound effects, footsteps, electrical room sounds, and car idling sounds are from freesound.org, Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication license.
Other sound effects used in the show are licensed from wavebridge.com.

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks: Episode 1

Heroes Don’t Take Water Breaks is a sketch comedy program by a band of friends and brothers, including Maclane Westbrook, Jadin Payne, Quarry Sarabia, Gage Westbrook, Laurie Buehler, and Jed Doan. Drawing off of inspiration from Old Time Radio, the creators wish to present satires, parodies, re-creations, and original scripts.

In this episode, HDTWB presents three vignettes for your enjoyment; a horse opera entitled “Buck Steer, Western Hero”, a dramatic playlet titled “An American Institution”, and a look inside the broadcast booth of “Springdale Community Radio” from our friends at Not Quite Classic Theater.

Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes  at itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/heroes-dont-take-water-breaks. Like us on Facebookfacebook.com/heroesdonttakewaterbreaks. or send us an email at heroesdonttakewaterbreaks@gmail.com.

Performed by The HDTWB Players
Producers: Maclane Westbrook, Jake Westbrook, and Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


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This show includes excerpts of the Public Domain songs The Entertainer, acquired from the Wikimedia Commons.
The following sound effects used in this show use the “CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0)” and are Public Domain: The sound effects Cowboy boots, Thunderstorm ambience, Door, Crickets, and Car engine idling are from freesound.org, Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication license.
Other sound effects used in the show are licensed from wavebridge.com.

Ewing’s Doings: Curry-Del Norte Orchestra

In the latest edition of Ewing’s Doings, Angela Ewing chats with Christy Dolan, pianist, and John Webster who directs the Curry-Del Norte Orchestra. Their upcoming winter concert will entertain and delight you with classical favorites and Christmas music.


A Winter Concert with the Curry-Del Norte Orchestra

This concert will feature secular and traditional Christmas music and classics from around the world including:

Grieg: Piano Concerto featuring Christy Dolan (first movement)
Elgar: Chanson de Nuit, and Chanson de Matin
Copland: Outdoor Overture
Alfred Reed: Russian Christmas music
Johanne Sebastian Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring

December 3 at 7:00 PM – Bethany Lutheran Church, 94190 5th St., Gold Beach, OR
December 4 at 3:00 PM – Elk Valley Rancheria, 2332 Howland Hill Rd., Crescent City, CA
December 5 at 7:00 PM – Trinity Lutheran Church, 1200 Easy St., Brookings, OR

Admission $12.00 Students and K-12 free.

Tickets at Gold Beach Books, Gold Beach
Del Norte Office Supply, Crescent City
Wrights Custom Framing, Brookings.

The Curry Del Norte is a non-profit organization and welcomes your donations, the bulk of which go to the Youth Prep Orchestra.

Contact: John Webster to learn more: 541-813-1430
facebook.com/Curry-DelNorteOrchestra
currydelnorteorchestra@gmail.com
or call a volunteer board member @ 707-951-5773

Host: Angela Ewing; Producer: Angela Ewing; Recording Tech: Justin Only; Sound Editor: Justin Only


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Beginning and end music is from The Four Seasons – Spring, by Antonio Vivaldi, performed by John Harrison, from musopen.org, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license.
Promotional announcement music is Beginning Poppy Electro, by Alexander Blu from orangefreesounds.com, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license.

Powerful Poetry: Episode 2

Powerful PoetryWelcome back to Powerful Poetry! In this program, we explore poetry and prose with Dr. Michelle Mitchell-Foust and her students at the Brookings-Harbor High School. Dr. Foust is an accomplished poet, author, Pulitzer Prize nominee, and teacher of math, drama, and creative writing at the Brookings-Harbor High School. She is joined by here her students who conduct interviews and present poetry of their own creation, as well as the poems of published authors.

Time codes for your convenience:

00:31 through 03:03 – Students Breanna App and Josie Vital practice interviewing with Dr. Foust.
03:03 through 04:12 – Dr. Foust reads the poem Bride by Jeanne Marie Beaumont.
04:12 through 06:10 – Dr. Foust reads a poem by Thom Gunn entitled Hitch-Hiker, written for Jeffrey Dahmer.
06:10 through 09:10 – The students and Dr. Foust discuss The Day the Saucers Came by Neil Gaiman, Mr. Grinch by Dr. Seuss, and The Death of King Arthur whose author is anonymous. They further discuss The Werewolf by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, as well as The Eve on Exodus by Samantha Woehl.
09:10 through 10:49 – Dr. Foust reads Scarecrow by Jennifer Clement.
10:49 through 11:21 – Musical intermission thanks to Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover.
11:21 through 12:46 – Jason Johnson reads a brief bio on Dr. Foust and the origin of the Monster Verse anthology.
12:46 through 15:50 – Dr. Foust reads Distorting Mirrors, Split Selves and the Origin of Monsters, the intro of Monster Verse.
15:50 through 17:20 – Dr. Foust reads The Man With a Hole in His Head by Rick Bursky.
17:20 through 18:38 – Student and poet Linda Horton reads Brother, Sister by Carsen West.
18:38 through 19:24 – Carmen Ryan reads The Visitor by Tess Taylor.
19:24 through 20:07 – Wesley Griffith reads My Son Throws Sticks in the River by Chris Davidson.
20:07 through 21:55 – Breanna App and Josie Vital interview student and poet Brooke Hodges on her experiences in the Creative Writing class of Brookings-Harbor High School, and how it has inspired her writing and her feelings about nature.
21:55 through 24:11 – Breanna App and Josie Vital ask student and poet Carmen Ryan about her writing history and her relationship with poetry.
24:11 through 33:13 – Student and poet Travis Chadwick reads his original poetic creations respectively titled The Monster Under Our Seas, Animals, Poisonous Years, and Us Militant Freakshows. He discusses his work with our two intrepid interviewers.

Host: Dr. Michelle Mitchell-Foust; Producer: Dane Tippman; Recording Tech: Dane Tippman; Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


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 Dr. Foust and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures included in this posting, and the names of students 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. In accordance with the “Releasing Student Directory Information” form, a letter of prior notification was sent to the home of record for the student at least 15 days prior to the release of this information, or a phone call was made in lieu of letter in certain situations.

Music is provided for this program by Derek Thomas Dew, who is known as Touchless Remover. Beginning and end sound is selected from Black Rookery, and our intermission music is Studious Portland. The Soundcloud for Touchless Remover is https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.


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Powerful Poetry: Episode 1

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Megan McCurdy top left, Josie Vital top center, Breanna App top right, and Dr. Michelle Mitchell-Foust bottom center

In this new program, Powerful Poetry, we will be exploring poetry and prose with Dr. Michelle Mitchell-Foust and students and alumni of the Brookings-Harbor High School.

Dr. Foust is an accomplished poet, author, Pulitzer Prize nominee, and teacher of Math, Drama, and Creative Writing at the Brookings-Harbor High School. We are proud to be joined by her students who will be conducting interviews and presenting poetry of their own creation as well as the poems of published authors.

Time codes for your convenience:

  • 00:31 through 17:00 – Students Breanna App and Josie Vital interview Dr. Foust and learn some of the history of Monster Verse.
  • 17:00 through 19:47 – Salmonberry Man, composed by Derek Dew.
  • 19:47 through 20:30 – Dr. Foust reads I Last Saw My Mother By Gary Young.
  • 20:30 through 22:23 – Dr. Foust reads Ghost House by Robert Frost.
  • 22:23 through 24:11 – Student Megan McCurdy reads her poem I Take My Bed.
  • 24:11 through 24:41 – Megan McCurdy reads My Name and the River.
  • 24:41 through 26:54 – Megan McCurdy reads A Question to a Tourist Stopped by a Sinkhole.
  • 26:54 through 29:13 – Josie Vital and Breanna App interview Megan McCurdy and discuss her poetry, Brookings-Harbor High School, and the topic of bullying.

Host: Dr. Michelle Mitchell-Foust; Producer: Dane Tippman; Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


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 Dr. Foust and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures included in this posting, and the names of students mentioned in the show itself, were provided to KCIW 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. In accordance with the “Releasing Student Directory Information” form, a letter of prior notification was sent to the home of record for the student at least 15 days prior to the release of this information, or a phone call was made in lieu of letter in certain situations.

Music is provided for this program by Derek Thomas Dew who is known as Touchless Remover. Beginning and end music is selected from Black Rookery, and our intermission music is Salmonberry Man. The Soundcloud for Touchless Remover is https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.


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