An opportunity for listeners to enjoy country and western music, continued...
Grassroots & Activist Media Workshop May 29
11:45a May 29 (Last Friday of every month) CJSF Burnaby
with Jay Peachy, Wild Salmon Warrior Radio Fridays 12p
Jay Peachy invites you to sit in on the Wild Salmon Warrior Radio Show, where he will tell you about how being a media producer is part of . . . NEWS page
Station Orientation Schedule
Join CJSF as a volunteer, take the 45-minute orientation tour!
Drop by (no need to sign up) to get started in radio!
(Room TC216 right over the campus main entrance.)
1st Friday of each month at 2:30 pm (May 1)
2nd Tuesday of the month at 4pm (May 12)
3rd . . . NEWS page
Endeavours - May 25
Author Guy Vanderhaege, cellist Trisha Doo. Music: Nneka
Endeavours - June 1st
Music: Great Lake Swimmers
May is Asian Heritage Month
by Maegan Thomas
May is Asian Heritage Month, a time and space where CJSF takes extra time to explore and enrich our understandings of Asian Heritage(s) within our programmer, member and listener communities. CJSF is a community station - that means we aren't just here for you, we are you! you have a story to tell or suggest, an artist or musician to highlight, a language to share, or if you just want to share feedback please collaborate with CJSF by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 778 782 4243. bit.ly/AHMCJSF continued...
MayDay! MayDay! Labour Series 10a May 1, 8 & 15
by Maegan Thomas
CJSF is proud to air a series considering labour in media on Friday, May 1, 8 and 15 10am (pre-empting Gorilla Radio). Share this news using bit.ly/maydaycjsf continued...
Acid Mothers Temple at The Electric Owl
by Chris Spangenberg
I was solo at the second concert, and as my luck would have it, it was the legendary psychedelic Acid Mothers Temple from Japan that graced the Electric Owl on April 21st. continued...
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Betty LaVette: Great Lady of Soul, A Woman Like Me, Worthy
Community Forum is preempted for a special talk with Motown legend Betty LaVette from Jen LeFranc (On the Tracks Wed 6p). She visits Seattle and continued...
Yes to Transit: An SFU Rally and a Radio Drama
SFU Ideas & Issues
Part 1: excerpts and interviews from the April 2015 rally from SFU Geography students and Sustainable SFU. Part 2: from Semester in Dialogue SFU continued...
Geometries of Knowing - Part III
Geometry of Knowing is a group exhibition that investigates approaches to the acquisition of knowledge in the full mind-body-spirit sense of continued...
This week on IntraVenus, Kitty Cooke, Laura Scheck and Madeline Taylor talk about the loud backlash against the newest Mad Max film: Fury Road. continued...
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