Featured Programs on KSJD October 11th-16thTuesday, October 11th
Buying local is a way for communities to reinforce their local economies and keep dollars closer to home. Tune in to the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 for another edition of Pandora's Box and a discussion of how buying local products and services builds and maintains local economies.
Metales M5, Mexico's leading brass quintet, will be the in-studio guests on All That Jazz on KSJD at 2pm Tuesday afternoon. Tune in to hear a preview of what you can expect at their Southwest Colorado Concert Series performance later that evening in Cortez.
Friday, October 14th
David Lee, nicknamed "the Pig Poet," is a former semi-pro baseball player, hog farmer, college professor and poet laureat of Utah. His 2004 book So Quietly the Earth was among the 25 books chosen for the New York Public Library's annual "Books to Remember" list. Join us for the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 for another episode of All Lit Up and an interview with down-home poet David Lee.
Saturday, October 15th
Tune in to KSJD for Mountain Stage on Saturday afternoon at 1pm and a line-up of amazing live music performances. This week's guests include Grupo Fantasma, The Greencards, Blackie & the Rodeo Kings, Tracy Nelson, and Musikanto.
Sunday, October 16th
This week on Sundries at 9am Sunday morning is the final episode of the 2011 Fall season of State of the ReUnion. In this episode: Sacremento, a company town, where the company is government. In a city where one in four households contain a government employee, the crippling state budget deficit, police layoffs, fire engine brown-outs and park closures could easily signal only the bleakest of futures. And where people are figuring out ways — from clothing swaps to home shares — to deal with the hard new economic reality.