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Tune in to What's New, as Tracey will have a series of interviews from the red carpet from the new locally-shot holiday film, Angels Sing, including Willie Nelson and Turk Pipkin! Monday, 12/9, 10-11 a.m.
The International Folk Bazaar welcomes acclaimed Austin singer-songwriter David Halley for music and conversation. Thursday, 12/12, 11 am-noon.
Lights, Camera, Austin talks with Anna Margaret Hollyman (pictured) about her Yuletide dark comedy White Reindeer, which the Austin Film Society will screen Dec. 14 at the Marchesa Hall & Theatre. Zach Galligan recalls his experiences making director Joe Dante's Gremlins, which the Austin Horror Society will screen Dec. 18 at the Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline. Also, Austin Horror Society original member William Instone discusses the society's mission. Thursday, 12/12, 2-3 p.m.
People United presents coverage of the Poetry Concierto held at the tenth annual Women and Fair Trade Festival, featuring Sabina Hinz-Foley and Marcela Ramírez reading some of the output from the Comite Fronterizo de Obreras' poetry workshops in Piedras Negras, a sound collage by Ashley Hicks, and performances by Uruguayan poets Ida Vitale and Enrique Fierro, with Sean Manning translating their work as well as reading his own (plus performances by Jessica Diaz-Hurtado and Liliana Valenzuela, who are not pictured), all hosted by Mónica Teresa Ortiz and Judith Rosenberg. Friday, 12/13, 1-2 p.m.
Texas Observer Radio Debuts on KOOP
Hitting the airwaves November 5th, and airing Tuesdays 2:00 - 2:30 p.m., KOOP proudly announces a new partnership with The Texas Observer, an investigative social justice news organization, to air a compelling new program: Texas Observer Radio with host Jonathan McNamara. The weekly program will feature exploration of current statewide news stories with Texas Observer journalists and an in-depth interview on a particularly thorny political issue with a knowledgeable source.
KOOP Elections Are Coming!
KOOP is looking for a few good members to fill open positions on our Board of Directors and Community Council. If you're passionate about KOOP's future and would like to be more involved in the direction it takes, please consider running to fill one of these open seats. Nomination forms must be submitted by September 6, 2013, and can be downloaded here. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or call the KOOP office at (512) 472-1369. The terms of these open seats will begin on November 1, 2013, and we hope to see YOU sitting in one of them!
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