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In Memoriam: Tim Moore, host of “Going For Baroque”

It is with a heavy heart that we share that Tim Moore, host of “Going For Baroque” passed away on Friday, August 17th, 2018. You can find his obituary, and information about upcoming services here: http://forestlawn.tributes.com/obituary/show/Timothy-Frank-Moore-106355968 Tim was a volunteer at KSPC for the past ten years, bringing baroque classical music and education to our […]

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Deserving Soul Final Broadcast on December 16th

Deserving Soul Planning Final Broadcast on December 16th The sound of that statement seems unreal, untrue, not to mention just plain sad…but, yes, after 9 years of giving a weekly 2-hour shot of Soul Music to the KSPC community of listeners, Deserving Soul will be coming to an end on Saturday, December 16th with the […]

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Indigenous People’s Day

KSPC recognizes October 9th as Indigenous People’s Day and acknowledges the displacement of Indigenous populations and knowledges through colonialism and its many iterations. KSPC and the Claremont Colleges are placed on stolen Tongva land. On October 9, through interviews, lectures, music, and testimonies KSPC’s programming aims to decenter the dominant colonial narrative associated with the […]

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INTERVIEW: Prof. Graydon Beeks on Going For Baroque

On Friday, June 30th from 12pm – 2pm, KSPC’s “Going for Baroque” host Tim Moore will have an in-studio guest, Professor Graydon Beeks of the Pomona College Music Department faculty. They will discuss Handel and his English contemporaries. Professor Beeks will comment on the composers who lived and worked during the time Handel dominated the […]

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TEAM HUMAN: New Show on KSPC

Join Douglas Rushkoff on Wednesdays at 2pm for a new program on KSPC called Team Human. Team Human will challenge the operating systems driving our society. Reveal the embedded codes and share strategies for sustainable living, economic justice, and preservation of the ambiguity that makes people so much more than mere programs. Team Human, our […]

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