Many Voices, One Station
Community radio: eclectic music, public affairs, and alternative news.
In addition to many years working with natural foods, I've been active in community radio on the central California coast since 1992. I listened to AM radio as a child in Baltimore in the 1960s. In the 1970s I discovered the exciting offerings of FM and non-commercial stations from Baltimore and Washington, and college radio in Providence; in the 1980s I listened to WORT in Madison (Wisconsin), KPBS in San Diego, and KUSP in Santa Cruz. I volunteered as a music programmer at KUSP from 1992-2016, and served as Program Director between 1996 and 2004. I'm thrilled to be part of the rebirth of community radio in the form of KSQD, and to help coordinate our rich variety of quality programs - I learn something from what I hear every day, and hope other listeners do, too. Besides jazz in general and John Coltrane in particular, my personal music library is full of Brian Eno, the Beatles, and many others. Other passions include photography, meditation and spiritual/consciousness growth, my family and my pets.