"I play music and meet a lot of new people, people passing through or people that live here that have never been to the pub before or some …
shortest parade
First Amendment Awards, Molly Ivins Dinner Walker County Democrat Club invites the community to its First Amendment Awards and Molly Ivins …
Community
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Pro life
MEXICO CITY — Even as Mexico fumes over President Trump’s aggressive stance toward its people, the Mexican government is quietly trying to rip up basic legal protections for its citizens at home and gut longstanding …
Donald Trump
On Thursday, June 28, KPFA Radio mailed ballots to all KPFA subscribers. These aren’t actually ballots for the Local Station Board election, which will take place later this year. Instead, they’re ballots for voting on whether …
The D'Urbervilles
Pacifica Foundation Radio oversees five Pacifica stations serving New York (WBAI), Los Angeles (KPFK), Berkeley (KPFA), Houston (KPFT) and Washington, D.C. (WPFW). At least on a day-to-day level, Reese still …
Pacifica Radio
(More on that in a bit). While Hill has received attention for other accomplishments, like his role as host of KPFT's "The Prison Show" and work for prison reform, Gullett tells us via email, "no one had really addressed the …
Ray Hill
He is a doctoral student, urban planner, and radio talk show host on KPFT FM and KCOH AM in Houston. Follow him on Twitter @dotsconnector.
The Promise
A sobbing Executive Director of the Pacifica foundation disclosed on Friday that union negotiations at Pacifica station WBAI have concluded and across-the-board layoffs are very near. “It is with great sadness that I have …
You can still hear Cajun and Creole music regularly on the radio on noncommercial stations like KPFT and Majic 102, a commercial R&B station. I could go on, but here is the kicker to my bold declaration. I invite you to …
Houston Heights