Bob Mould’s career has spanned decades, from his pioneering early ’80s work with Hüsker Dü to his solo work in singer-songwriter, electronic, and rock modes, to the deafening pop sparkle of Sugar.
On the next Method to the Madness, Friday, March 25 at noon, host Lisa Kiefer speaks with Alex Thaler, CEO & Co-founder of Iconik, a new trading app that allows shareholders to combine their votes to solve the most pressing issues of our time--crowd-powered shareholder activism. They believe that we must act collectively to ensure our voices are heard.
2022 live play-by-play of Cal Baseball games!
This year the KALX Fundraiser is 100 % ONLINE -- please click below to donate!
The Justice Show, a discussion-based program produced by the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, returns to the KALX airwaves at noon on Tuesday March 8 and will broadcast weekly through May 3. Our goal is to better understand the tensions between law enforcement and communities of color in the Bay Area. Tune in as we take you behind the headlines and examine culture, cops, and community.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday, March 1st @ 9AM to meet Jessica Law, a PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology. Jessica is studying racial classification and formation, the politics of statistics, and state knowledge. Through her research, Jessica explores how categories of race are tied to the official, bureaucratic categories that we see on things like the census.
Dos Santos was raised in a small town outside Oslo by her Norwegian mother and Brazilian father. “I got mostly world music and flamenco music at my mother’s house, and jazz, hip-hop and experimental electronic music from my father,” she remembers.