1. Some Music For Your Morning: 100 Essential Noise Pop Songs. Enjoy!

(via The Mix: 100 Essential Noise Pop Songs : NPR) View in High-Res

    Some Music For Your Morning: 100 Essential Noise Pop Songs. Enjoy!

    (via The Mix: 100 Essential Noise Pop Songs : NPR)

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  1. Posted on 3 November, 2011

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    Reblogged from motherjones

    motherjones:

Now this is how you cover a protest. Check this guy out: Blue blazer, gas mask—and to top it off—a helmet with the logo of KQED, San Francisco’s local public TV/radio station. (Wouldn’t that make for the coolest pledge gift ever?) Shot in Berkeley in 1969 by Pierre Laplant, who has many more great photos from the time here.

vintage kqed.

    motherjones:

    Now this is how you cover a protest. Check this guy out: Blue blazer, gas mask—and to top it off—a helmet with the logo of KQED, San Francisco’s local public TV/radio station. (Wouldn’t that make for the coolest pledge gift ever?) Shot in Berkeley in 1969 by Pierre Laplant, who has many more great photos from the time here.

    vintage kqed.

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  1. Via KQED: Nine-year-old Aiden Sagerman likes opera, and he’s not kidding.

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  1. iamcharlotteaddams:

In honor of National Radio Day: the list of my top 10 Public Radio Programs that was in my short-lived (read: two issue) high school zine. Still pretty accurate. (Note: ranking is basically random past #3)
Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me (DUH)
This American Life (close second)
A Prairie Home Companion (Garrison Keillor, you complete me)
Says You!
[American] Radio Works
Studio 360
Selected Shorts
Fresh Air
Anything Jay Allison does (kind of a cop out, but the man is a public radio producin’ genius and hotwired into my soul)
City Arts and Lectures
Also Radiolab (don’t know how that got left off the original list. Oops), and let’s just go ahead and say every single program on KQED’s schedule.
Public radio is the business, y’all.

I totally forgot about National Radio Day. (It was Saturday.) We are honored to be #8 on your list. (Very nice penmanship.)  View in High-Res

    iamcharlotteaddams:

    In honor of National Radio Day: the list of my top 10 Public Radio Programs that was in my short-lived (read: two issue) high school zine. Still pretty accurate. (Note: ranking is basically random past #3)

    1. Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me (DUH)
    2. This American Life (close second)
    3. A Prairie Home Companion (Garrison Keillor, you complete me)
    4. Says You!
    5. [American] Radio Works
    6. Studio 360
    7. Selected Shorts
    8. Fresh Air
    9. Anything Jay Allison does (kind of a cop out, but the man is a public radio producin’ genius and hotwired into my soul)
    10. City Arts and Lectures

    Also Radiolab (don’t know how that got left off the original list. Oops), and let’s just go ahead and say every single program on KQED’s schedule.

    Public radio is the business, y’all.

    I totally forgot about National Radio Day. (It was Saturday.) We are honored to be #8 on your list. (Very nice penmanship.) 

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  1. Some Music For Your Monday: KQED picks 88 Songs Inspired By The Golden State View in High-Res

    Some Music For Your Monday: KQED picks 88 Songs Inspired By The Golden State

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