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(Library) Research for Radio - July 16
3rd Thursday 12-3 at 4009 WAC Bennet Library (monthly)
July 16th edition will be lead by Jenna Walsh, focusing on Indigenous Research Methods!
The stories that CJSF volunteers work on are from a different point of view than what you might read in the . . . 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 (July 3)
2nd Tuesday of the month at 4pm (July 14)
3rd . . . NEWS page
Endeavours - The Aftermath of Charleston
Charleston, SC Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr, author Don Chapman
A Chat with Coquitlam`s Mayor
with Dolores and Fatima
Dolores and Fatima (formerly of CJSF`s Latin Salad which is now runs on YouTube) talk to the Mayor of Coquitlam about the various issues the city faces.
Endeavours - July 13
actor Byron Mann
Next Music From Tokyo Vol.7
by Eriko Furukawa
The second Next Music From Tokyo concert I attended was in fact the seventh installment of the highly popular concert series in Vancouver. Organized by Toronto-based Steven Tanaka, NMFT brings several Japanese indie musicians perform in a night each year in select Canadian cities. Having lived outside of Japan for a long time, I don’t have a particularly extensive knowledge of Japanese bands; the concert series was a way for me to get familiar with the Japanese indie music scene. continued...
National Aboriginal Day ft Red Jam Slam Radio Fest
by David Swanson
CJSF 90.1 FM is eager to celebrate the Red Jam Slam Radio Rest and National Aboriginal Day! The Red Jam Slam Radio Fest will broadcast on CJSF and participating stations from 1-5pm from June 17-21 and on June 21 it will be a part of our National Aboriginal Day marathon 9a-9p! To share the schedule and programming use http://bit.ly/CJSFNAD15 continued...
No Joy at the Biltmore Cabaret
by Jamie Cessford
There’s something about dreamy vocals paired with waves of distortion and bass. If there is a band that loosely prescribes to a shoegaze aesthetic, I’m usually there. It triggers this automatic comparison to 90s greats like My Bloody Valentine or Mazzy Star, two bands that propel me immediately into summer mode. So when Montreal gazers No Joy enlisted the help of locals Gang Signs and Village, I knew how I was going to spend my Thursday. continued...
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In 2003 Frieda Werden was a new Vancouverite and the mainstream celebration of "Cannabis Day" at the Vancouver Art Gallery was a surprise. In continued...
Canadian house + Tough Age + Sandra Doore
The Arts Show
So so so so I'm digging as best I can into some Canadian House Music from the 90s and early 00s. Some really goodies coming up! I'll be doing that continued...
The Law Between Us w Grace Woo
Host Jessica Buffalo interviews Grace Woo, author of "Ghost Dancing With Colonialism," exploring Canada's legacy of colonialism and the law in continued...
GroundWire/ Spoken Word Surprise
To celebrate Canada Day, Frieda Werden plays some of the versions of Canada's National Anthem and tells us a bit of history of it's development. continued...
Sound Therapy Radio
Join the various hosts of the Sound Therapy Radio team and their guests share fresh, inspiring perspectives on creative expression, issues of mental continued...
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