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All Ears On Deck! A Gallery Of Noises From The Ocean Deep

We’re all about sound here at KLCC. And so is the Ocean Acoustics Program at NOAA’s facility in Newport. Its program manager, Bob Dziak and his team of nine researchers, analyze underwater recordings which help gauge the health and activity of the waters. KLCC’s Brian Bull visited Dziak recently as part of our ongoing 50th Anniversary Road Trip.

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Would You Compost Your Body? | Terrestrial

This is the second episode of terrestrial, KUOWs new podcast exploring the choices we make in a world we have changed. Subscribe to the show . And join our Facebook group . I was about 12 years old when my great aunt Gilda died. She was this tiny Italian-American lady: 5-foot-nothing, black hair, sparkly mischievous eyes. She had an open-casket Catholic funeral, which is how its always been done on that side of my family, but it was the first one I was old enough to remember. I walked up to...

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Mason Williams, from the Smothers Brothers to the Wildish Theater

Ten years ago, Mason Williams was the featured performer for the first event at the Wildish Theater in Springfield. Now he returns as a guest at the theater’s 10 th anniversary gala on Saturday, May 20 th . He speaks with KLCC’s Eric Alan about his career, including the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, his instrumental hit “Classical Gas,” his art projects and a new movie he’s in with Tom Hanks and others.

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy: Live In Los Angeles

Dec 12, 2012

Now that it's officially two decades in the past, it's increasingly hard to fathom: In the mid-1990s, swing was popular again. It wasn't quite the big band style of Benny Goodman fame — this new variant was blended with rockabilly and ska and perhaps some other things — but the swing revival so captured the country that it landed Big Bad Voodoo Daddy on the Super Bowl halftime show in 1999.

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