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Monday
May302011

Victor M. Rios PhD "Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys" - May 31, 2011 

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Victor M. Rios, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at UC Santa Barbara and the recipient of the 2010 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research.  Dr. Rios drops in on Radio Causeway to discuss is forthcoming book, Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys. The book looks at how criminalization and policing policies for juvenilles affect the lives of everyday urban boys.  Dr. Rios grew up in Oakland, CA and joined a gang by the age of 13.  He saw his best friend die when he was 15 and eventually redirected his life in aims to help urban youth avoid the pipeline of the criminal justice system. Dr. Rios recieved his PhD from UC Berkeley in Ethnic Studies in 2005.

Plus The Mullet's Strange News and Yeah! Free Music!

This week's Yeah! Free Music! pick of the week is Revelucion from Central Coast California's DJ ? feat. C Los.

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Monday
May232011

Broken Cities, Flux - May 24, 2011

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Joining Radio Causeway on the phone is the Oakland, CA based post rock band, Broken Cities.  They will be talking about their recent release of their debut album titled, FluxFlux was a DIY project and has been released under a Creative Commons License. You can find their debut album here.

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Broken Cities is:

Jon-Bass
Jason-Piano/Guitar
Tony-Guitar/Bass/Noise
Blake-Drums
Nick-Guitar/Bass/Piano/Drums/Engineering

 

Plus The Mullet's Strange News and Yeah! Free Music!

This week's Yeah! Free Music! pick of the week is Marmelade Kids from Dumbo Gets Mad.

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Monday
May162011

City at Peace Santa Barbara, When the Bough Breaks - May 17, 2011

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City at Peace Santa Barbara's Managing Director, Karena Jew and cast member, Andrea Delgado visit Radio Causeway to talk about the upcoming performance of When the Bough Breaks.  City at Peace is a non profit organization that works to improve the lives of teens through writing and performing plays on stage.  The script is a mashup of each of the teen member's lives and experiences and is transformed into a powerful performance that gives a unique perspective on the lives of local teens.

TIMES: Thursday, May 19, through Saturday, May 21, at 7:30 P.M.
TIMES: Saturday, May 21, at 2:00 P.M.
TICKETS: $15 general, $10 students; teens FREE with student ID Thursday, May 19, only
All seating is general admission. All ticket sales are final at the time of purchase. There are no refunds or exchanges.

BOX OFFICE: (805) 963-0408 (V/TDD)
PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE
LOCATION: 751 Paseo Nuevo, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

 

Plus The Mullet's Strange News and Yeah! Free Music!

This week's Yeah! Free Music! pick of the week is Trust Fall (St Andrew Rub It Mix) from the LA based band, NazcarNation.  Listen to then entire album Dynazty: The Remixes below.

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Monday
May092011

Preventing Rejection of Transplanted Organs - Anthony De Tomaso PhD - May 10, 2011

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Anthony W. De Tomaso, PhD, co author of a new study titled, Allocation in a Basal Chordate Consists of Independent Activating and Inhibitory Pathways.  The study, published in the April 22 2011 issue of the Journal Immunity looks as how marine organisms may help prevent the rejection of transplanted organs in humans.  Dr. De Tomaso is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at UC Santa Barbara.

Plus The Mullet's Strange News and Yeah! Free Music!

The Yeah! Free Music! pick of the week is Rotor Perdition's "Hard Limits" off the album Hard Limits.

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Monday
May022011

Brain scans that predict learning? Danielle S. Bassett PhD - May 3, 2011

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Danielle S. Bassett, PhD takes the time to come by Radio Causeway to discuss a recent article she co authored looking at the use of brain scans in predicting learning.  Dr. Bassett is a post doctoral research associate at the Complex Systems Group in the Department of Physics at UC Santa Barbara.  The article titled, Dynamic reconfiguration of human brain networks during learning was published in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

'They found evidence that the flexibility of a person’s brain can be used to predict how well someone will learn. “Parts of the brain communicate with one another very strongly, so they form a sort of module of intercommunicating regions of the brain,” said first author Danielle S. Bassett.' (Press Release)

Plus The Mullet's Strange News and Yeah! Free Music!

This week's Yeah! Free Music! pick of the week is Bailando Boogaloo from the French soul/roots band, Juanitos.

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