Audio Saucepan
6:00 pm
Sun February 24, 2013

“Audio Saucepan: The Gathering Episode”

“Audio Saucepan: The Gathering Episode” -- including the poem “Boston Year” by Elizabeth Alexander (from The 100 Best African-American Poems; Sourcebooks); an excerpt from the short story “Loot” by Nadine Gordimer (from Life Times; Farrar, Straus and Giroux) and an a quote from the artist Thornton Dial (from Hard Truths: The Art of Thornton Dial; Prestel)

Audio Saucepan
7:17 pm
Sun February 17, 2013

"Audio Saucepan: The Going Places Episode"

"Audio Saucepan: The Going Places Episode" -- including an excerpt from “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Suess (read by John Lithgow, Random House Audio), “I Love Speaking” by Michael McClure (an excerpt from the long poem “Swirls in Asphalt” in the book Of Indigo and Saffron, University of California Press), and “The Bohemian Dinner Poem” by Charles Green Shaw (from Lists: To-dos, Illustrated Inventories, Collected Thoughts, and Other Artists' Enumerations from the Collections of the Smithsonian Museum, Princeton Architectural Press).


Audio Saucepan
6:00 pm
Sun February 10, 2013

Audio Saucepan: "The Flat Spoon Episode”

Audio Saucepan: "The Flat Spoon Episode” includes the poems “Picking Apples in a Time of Darkness” by S.E. Smith (from I Live in a Hut, Cleveland State University Poetry Center); “I Want to Tell You:” by Stevie Edwards (from Good Grief, Write Bloody); and “Mano Prieta” by Natasha Trethewey (from Thrall, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt).

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Jazz  Nights with KSFR at the Museum Hill Cafe

1) How did you happen to join the KSFR family?

I was asked to get checked out on the control room operations by Peter Nathanson shortly after he started up the Acoustic Explorations show on Thursday evenings.

2) What was your broadcasting background prior to KSFR?

I've been an amateur radio operator since 1988.

3) What is/was your "Day Job" prior to joining KSFR?

Research chemist at Los Alamos National Lab.

4) What is the most rewarding aspect of your work at KSFR?

I love sharing my music with the community.

5) Have you been/are you a musician? If so what instrument(s) do you play?

I play string bass in the Atomic Grass Band.

6) What types of music do you enjoy?

Lullabies for Cthulhu

At the crack of Thursday morning, when the clock strikes midnight shoving hump day over the threshold into post-hump day, two legendary DJs summon the smartest and strongest songs to fight back against ancient and unspeakable horrors."

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Friday Night Free Form on KSFR

Kick off your weekend with an eclectic music mix from a rotating cast of KSFR dj's

KSFR Local
10:12 am
Thu January 10, 2013

KSFR is back on the AIR

We apologize for the recent interruption to our broadcast signal.

Remember you can always listen to our stream, accessible through our Web Site KSFR.ORG.

Daniel J. grew up playing stickball on the streets of New York when an old broom handle and a 10 cent rubber ball were all that was needed to keep a bunch of kids occupied for hours. His family life although by no means lavish was comfortable and happy with supportive parents who usually filled the house with music and the aroma of good Italian food . Frank Sinatra was revered and spoken of in God like tones by his Father and daily news of Frank’s latest concert or album was usually reserved for family conversation over meatballs and spaghetti.