KOOP News Archive
People United presents coverage of last Saturday's reproductive-rights rally at the Texas Capitol, celebrating 42 years of the US Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision, yet aware of the continuing struggle in the Lone Star State.
People United features journalist Gary Younge on his book The Speech: The Story Behind Martin Luther King's Dream.
Under the X in Texas hosts The Don Walser Pure Texas Reunion Band performing live before their Show & Dance that night at The Broken Spoke Saloon. Tuesday, 1/20, 9-11 a.m.
People United features poetry and reminiscences from San Antonio-based writer Natalia Treviño.
Young entreprenuer (founder of Austin based photography company Bold Photography) and Austin's youngest professional photographer, Aisha Seay joins Makalah on What's Your Status to talk about her amazing career on the A-Game! Later on, Are You Who You Associate With? featuring Steve Scalise...
The Singer and the Song welcomes a real Texas music legend, Shake Russell! Shake's amazing songs have been recorded by Clint Black and Waylon Jennings, among others. Shake will perform live with us the whole hour on KOOP, 91.7 FM and koop.org, 3-4pm, Saturday, January 10th
Sure, 2015 is only a few days old… but that’s no reason for you to have to listen to last year’s music.
This week on This Great White North, we bring you the latest from Canada’s independent music scene, including tracks so new they’ll be released later in 2015. Along the way, we’ll spin some of the latest tunes (and some of our favorites) from 2014, as well. Plus, we’ve got listener requests and a whole slew of fresh Canadian artists never before heard on the show.
So, tune in this Friday at 4:30 PM to ring in the new year with 90 minutes of new music. You’ll hear artists... Read more
People United features historian and urban theorist Mike Davis with a California perspective on the notion of Texas as the model for our nation's future.
Mike Davis is best known for his 1990 book City of Quartz: Excavating the Future in Los Angeles. He has served as an editor of The New Left Review and also has written for The Nation, The Rag Blog, and other publications.