Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides netcast streams tonight 11-26-20 at 6 PM at freakradio.org. & archived at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html: More on Darkside Deborah Elston’s Volunteer Vigilante Police

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ON TODAY’S SHOW

xxx  Witnesses to claims of false ticketing and assaulting an individual with a vehicle and then attempting to leave the scene blow the whistle on Volunteer Officer #502 Deborah Elston and her companions.


xxx  Return to Lot #27–a Food Not Bombs/Community Thanksgiving Meal at Front and Laurel: Sharing Food and Feelings


xxx  Vexed Vehicle Dwellers and their Allies outside Darkside Debbie’s home invite her to discuss the implications of her ticketing terrorism–threatening the only homes some poor folks have.

Nippy Weather Outdoors but often the usual Heated Exchange at HUFF–meeting in Sub Rosa Courtyard next to the Bike Church 11 AM Wednesday November 25th 703 Pacific

Agenda Prospects
Shouting Shame at the Shysters–Follow-Up on the Darkside Debbie Elston Protest at Copshop and DTA HQ     

Possible Spotty Updates on the Status of Psych Patients Rights to Refuse Medication in County Lock-Up


 City Council: All the Sanity Was in the Call-In’s as Cop Cosmetics Take the Day         

Council Nervously Crowns the “other” Homeless Union
         War Against the Poor Updates from Jail


 The Benchlands Depopulation and the Needs of Those Remaining
         NOMAD & Other Ally Updates


 ……….with outdoor heating provided by Joe Schultz and coffee brewed by the Sub Rosa Barrista
          plus the usual comraderie of chaos at the meeting

Sunday (11-22)’s Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Show–Archived at https://www1.huffsantacruz.org/lost/FRSC%2011-22-20.mp3 Shouting Back Against Vehicular Vigilanteism by Deborah Elston’s “Volunteer Police” & more

Apologies to listeners for the late posting of the 11-22 show and its late description here.

Norse’s Notes

Benchlands City-County campground residents have largely been moved to the distant Delaveaga area.   New fences are going up on the County Bureaucrat side of “Camp Freedom” at the Lawn Bowling court.  A few residents have been given a few days notice to move or else.  Some departing County campground residents have given their tents and cots to the Freedom folks, but there is now no potable water available and few portapotties.  San Lorenzo bathrooms remain shut and there has been no invitation to use the County building bathrooms.   The same crucial shortages plague the Hiway 1 camps..  December  Rain, residents tell me, are likely to turn their camping area in front of the Housing Mutters ad sign on hiway 1 up to and beyond the railroad tracks into a river.   

Povertypimp Patron Don Lane backs grantgrabber claims of extensive shelter (see https://www.donlane.org/post/the-invisible-blogger-reappears-and-has-new-stuff-to-say-about-homelessness-in-santa-cruz-county? )    Campsites at the Benchlands, near Felker St. and the cemetery face “flood warning” excuses to be moved along, with NOMAD workers reportedly planning to assist them in moving where they want to go.  The reality of increasingly cold Winter nights still hasn’t stirred warm-and-cozy City and County bureaucrats into setting up badly-needed restroom, food, water, and charging services for the overwhelming majority of those outside.  

City Council’s agenda again had nothing re: Winter Shelter, nor relieving the risk of the many congregate shelters (Veteran’s Hall, Laurel St., Paul Lee).  Brent Adams of the Warming Center overflow shelter has expanded his rented space, but gets no support from the City coffers. 

My Public Records Act requests remain fundamentally unanswered.  One asked for access to the citations of RV dwellers targeted for harassment by volunteer police officer and veteran reactionary Deborah Elston..  Another sought key memos from Supervisor Coonerty to Councilmember Myers on a rumored round-em-up and ship-em-out deportation scheme against the homeless. 

No offered accounting of City and County outlays from Project Roomkey and Project Housekey to identify the vulnerable homeless population ignored.  The costly $1 mil per year Benchlands campground was an example of providing a showcase shelter for a few while ignoring the plight of the many–standard Santa Cruz strategy. 

While a number of vulnerable unhoused are temporarily in the safer motel shelter, most of those “sheltered” are warehoused in the unhealthy group shelters–and even those shelters have waiting lists as the SCPD and its “social worker” allies pass out alleged available resource lists.    

The Pogonip camps continue to be blocked off with no restoration of portapotties, wash stations, and trash pick-ups along hiway 9.   Ditto with the scores of tents along hiway 1 near the intersection with 9–no portapotties for the scores of Pogonip evacuees there.   

And, of course, there’s no drop-in Winter Shelter so folks willing to brave congregate shelters are being left outside to freeze this winter. 

No change in “The Mangler”‘s  Emergency Edict banning (largely Latinx) vendors on Beach St. with a “report” that reports no vending options for the vendors.  

NOMAD (Needs Oriented Movement Assistance and De-escalation) and Food Not Bombs have reportedly helped some vehicle dwellers move their vehicles to temporary safety or secured possessions from threatened vehicles.      Call 226-998 for more information.

A Monday 11-23 “Wake Up, Officer Elston” protest was held outside her house at 323 Majors St. protesting her apparent targeted citation of vehicular homes–notably that of homeless organizer Alicia Kuhl.  A partial video of the protest can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/100006740895781/videos/2934297870138214

ON TODAY’S 11-22-20 BATHROBESPIERRE’S BROADSIDES SHOW

XXX “Whip the Wicked” Wes White and Anton Hunter on the continuing Robert’s Lake RV Camp, brighter Salinas City Council prospects, more homeless sweeps and the COVID-19 situation for those outside.

XXX  Project Roomkey and Housekey–New Funds and New Fighting–Newsbriefs from out of town.

XXX  Jolly Roger Comedy Troupe “Oldies” from the mid-90’s: Berkeley Police Movie Reviewers,

XXX  Reports and Retorts from the 11-18 HUFF meeting; Report on “Volunteer” Cop Deborah Elston’s Stalk-and-Smash 11-16

Vehicular Home Attack and possible Community responses

XXX  A lookback:  the 1927 Columbine Mine Massacre

XXX  Food Not Bombs voices: Maitlin rhapsodizes on the tough times in the rain; Joe Pace’s update on Dreadeye’s arrest & other tips;

Kat on the Pirate (Marty Mirabel) case(s);

XXX  Interviews at Freedom Camp, the Upper Benchlands, after the Relocation of the County’s Lower Benchlands Campground–with Mark and Communitarian Cooper. 

Brief FLASHBACK to May 1994 and the “Who Owns the Sidewalks” Protests Against the Sitting Ban  

Summary descriptions of current and earlier shows after mid-November 2017 are posted at http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/

Earlier descriptions (back to 2005) are often available at

http://www.huffsantacruz.org/brb-descriptions.html .  A listing of where flashbacks to earlier times can be
found will soon be available.
 

SHOW ARCHIVES AND DESCRIPTIONS 

Recent Past Shows are Described at http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/ 

Recent Past Shows are Archived separately at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html  

Many Pre-2017 Shows are Described at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/brb-descriptions.html

Many Pre-2017 Shows are Archived at http://radiolibre.org/brb/

Archives prior to 2004 are at http://huffsantacruz.org/archivemain.html 

For Flashbacks before 1995, go to http://huffsantacruz.org/radio.html and search for “Flashback” 

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides netcast streams tonight 11-19-20 at 6 PM at freakradio.org. & archived at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html: Mothers Against Murder, Keith Against Calamtiy, and Newsish Num Nums

To hear this show at a time of your choosing, Check Out  http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html  later tonight. 
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ON TODAY’S SHOW

xxx  San Jose Protester David Baca with shattered knee has “assault” case dismissed 6 months late with unnamed Assaulting officers uncharged and likely still on the force.
xxx  Mothers Against Murder Activist offers $1000 reward for info leading to the killer of homeless East Palo Alto resident Santiago Gonzalez-Gonzalez
xxx  “Katzenjammer” Keith McHenry Discusses Vehicle Seizures and the Darkening Local and National Picture for Folks Outside

Likely Rain, so bring your umbrellas and rubbers, HUFF will be meeting as ever in the Sub Rosa Courtyard next to the Bike Church 11 AM Wednesday November 18th 703 Pacific

Agenda Prospects
Association of Faith Communities “Safe Parking Spaces” : Hope or Hokum?       
         Possible Spotty Updates on the Status of Psych Patients Rights to Refuse Medication in County Lock-Up
         S.C. Shitty Council’s Brush-Off of Oregon’s Cahootz Program at its Monday “Study Session”
         Barking Back at the Bullies: Volunter Cop Vigilantees Under Darkside Deborah Ellston–a Protest Pushback?
         Deadeye in the Dungeon–Another Vandweller Ripped from His Vehicular Home?          Benchlands Deadline?  And What of Everyone Else?  Updates…?
         NOMADettes Provide Helping Hands, Jumps, and Surveillance
         No Public Records Yet about the Myers-Coonerty Roughhewn Rumors: A “Special Place” for the Homeless Way Out of Town?
         Purple Punishment–the Significance of the Heightened COVID-19 Lockdown for Those Outside
         Providing Dining Areas The City Won’t–Food Not Bombs combines with Other Fab Foodsters to Do Thanksgiving
          ….With More Last-Minute Meanderings…

Under a canopy provided by Sub Rosa with outdoor heating provided by Joe Schultz           and the usual java and jawboning..

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides streams (11-15-20) at 9:30 AM-3 PM freakradio.org and is archived at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html Refugee Reports from Hiway 1, Food Not Bombs, and Camp Freedom Flashback to Sept. 14, 2006. Listen In!

DESCRIPTIONS  POSTED AT http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/
THE SHOW ITSELF ARCHIVED AT http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html.
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WE WANT OUR PHONE LINE BACK SO YOU CAN CALL IN !  but that won’t happen unless we can find a studio space we can rent around Santa Cruz.  Doesn’t have to be big.  10′ X 10′ will do, indoors or outdoors (we can build a shack if you supply the space).  Just needs electricity and internet access.

WE ALSO CRAVE TO RETURN TO THE AIRWAVES IN ADDITION TO OUR NETCASTING!  That means simply access to a tall tree or rooftop where we can place the antenna.   In Covid-19 times, this is particularly important so the community can talk to itself without the ridiculous limitations of Zoom, etc.

Phone in (423-4833) or e-mail us (rnorse3@hotmail.com) tips on where we might find a studio space and a place to put our antenna.  $300 reward for finding us the studio space.   Eternal gratitude for finding an antenna location.  



Benchlands City-County campground residents are being moved to the distant Delaveaga area. Nearby “Camp Freedom” residents next to the Lawn Bowling court have not, as of yet, been warned to move, though rains are approach.   The many survival camped along Hiway 1 report no specific warnings to move, but rumors of that happening soon–with no place to go as usual, after having been ousted from long-time camping areas in the Pogonip.  Rain, residents tell me, is likely to turn their camping area in front of the Housing Mutters ad sign on hiway 1 up to and beyond the railroad tracks into a river. 

Some residents who ousted from the Wheelworks Association of Faith Communities parking lots near the vacant sports Stadium and the nearby vacant FEMA intake center on Front St. report they were quickly ousted from the Harvey West camp they set up.  Campsites near Felker St. and the cemetery face “flood warning” excuses to be moved along, with NOMAD workers reportedly planning to assist them in moving where they want to go.  The reality of increasingly cold Winter nights hasn’t stirred warm-and-cozy City and County bureaucrats into setting up badly-needed restroom, food, water, and charging services for the overwhelming majority of those outside.

City Council had nothing on its November 10th agenda either, other than a feel good 3-year plan to chat on about homeless deficiency and solutions without taking the basic steps to defend life and health this winter in yet another of its “no public, please” meetings held by Zoom instead of at the Civic Auditorium accessible to the anxious public. 

Food Not Bombs continues to serve daily 1-4 PM at Parking Lot #23 behind the Taco Bell for the moment, though City Mangler Bernal has been authorized to close it down and fence it off at any time. 

I have filed another Public Records Act request seeking information on a rumored Board of Supervisors memo in possession of Ryan Coonerty and City Council vice-Mayor Donna Meyers.  Still no response from Mayor Cummings to my Brown Act demand of week before last demanding that City Council reconsider all items done without public access and participation (see “Brown Act Demand to Santa Cruz City Council: ReDo Meetings You’ve Illegally Closed” at https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2020/10/30/18837959.php ).

No offered transparency from City and County regarding expenditures (or non-expenditures) of funds from Project Roomkey and Project Housekey to suggest the amount of money spent (or wasted) (or used)   The costly $1 mil per year Benchlands campground was an example of providing a showcase shelter for a few while ignoring the plight of the many–standard Santa Cruz strategy.

While a number of vulnerable unhoused are temporarily in the safer motel shelter, most of those “sheltered” are warehoused in the unhealthy group shelters–and even those shelters have waiting lists as the SCPD and its “social worker” allies pass out alleged available resource lists.  

The Pogonip camps continue to be blocked off with even the rudimentary portapotties and wash stations along hiway 9 removed.   Ditto with the scores of tents along hiway 1 near the intersection with 9–no portapotties for the scores of Pogonip evacuees there.  

And, of course, there’s no drop-in Winter Shelter so folks outside are being left to freeze this winter.

No change in “The Mangler”‘s  Emergency Edict banning (largely Latinx) vendors on Beach St. continues its preferential impact, OK-ing tourist and Boardwalk businesses for masked and unmasked alike along the beaches, the Boardwalk, and the “no vendors allowed” sidewalks.

NOMAD (Needs Oriented Movement Assistance and De-escalation) and Food Not Bombs are still organizing to provide escape resources for vehicle dwellers threatened with home seizure by lethally-armed police and Public Works cronies.  These younger activists begin to organize to resist what is likely to be the most Reactionary City Government in years–now that reactionaries have won the city election.  Call 226-998 for more information.


ON TODAY’S 11-15-20 BATHROBESPIERRE’S BROADSIDES SHOW
XXX “Lighthouse” Linda Lemaster and Bathrobespierre make valiant attempts to discuss the “Affordable Housing” Hoax in Santa Cruz.

XXX The 11-11 HUFF meeting features NOMAD campwatcher Steven giving extensive updates plus the usual roster of rhetoric from
Bathrobespierre Robert.

XXX  Interviews with the Hiway 1 Refugees and Matt from the expanded “huts” of the adjacent Paul Lee Loft XXX  Pogonip deportees describe the City’s rush to remove them and destruction of their property.

XXX  A few croaks from the Food Not Bombs family

XXX  Report from “Camp Freedom” from guitarist-in-residence Ricardo Lopez

FLASHBACK to September 14, 2006: XXX   Psychedelic expert Peter Stafford in-studio guest discusses his life and writing XXX   Food Not Bombs report from the Wednesday Farmer’s Market. XXX   Street Interviews: Bam-Bam, Donna and Shane, Pot Bust on Loma Prieta XXX   DJ Rhino calls in from Olympia, WA on anti-homeless crackdown, anti-war activity, and Free Radio Olympia XXX   “Touchstone” Tim Rinker on Proposition K, the Lowest-Enforcement-Priority for Medical Marijuana, sabotaged by City Council and City Police.

Summary descriptions of current and earlier shows after mid-November 2017 are posted at http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/ .  Earlier descriptions (back to 2005) are often available at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/brb-descriptions.html .  A listing of where flashbacks to earlier times can be found will soon be available.

SHOW ARCHIVES AND DESCRIPTIONS

Recent Past Shows are Described at http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/Recent Past Shows are Archived separately at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html
Many Pre-2017 Shows are Described at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/brb-descriptions.html
Many Pre-2017 Shows are Archived at http://radiolibre.org/brb/
Archives prior to 2004 are at http://huffsantacruz.org/archivemain.html
For Flashbacks before 1995, go to http://huffsantacruz.org/radio.html and search for “Flashbac
k”

Act Locally or Regret Later

  • Demand NO SWEEPS OF THE HOMELESS ENCAMPMENTS without real alternatives.  Join the groups listed below, and/or start your own support group to stop the continued “whack-a-mole” SCPD and Public Works “disappear the homeless” approach that now threatens their health & the broader Community’s as well.
  • Volunteer for homeless civil rights or service programs that actually serve:  Food Not Bombs, Day/Night Storage, HUFF, SC Homeless Union, Your Allied Rapid Response (YARR), Sub Rosa Cafe, NOMAD and others mentioned on Instagram.
  • Join Black Lives Matter protests to demand police defunding, the end of homeless harassment, and true community action to restore resources to all of us.

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides netcast streams tonight 11-12-20 at 6 PM at freakradio.org. & archived at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html: Interviews with Brent Adams, Carol Denney, “Rain”, Roberta, & More + Jolly Roger Comedy Troupe flash…

To hear this show at a time of your choosing, check out  http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html  later tonight. 
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ON TODAY’S SHOW

xxx  “Backwoods” Brent Adams Denies “Sweeps” are Happening and Blasts Other Activist Behavior


xxx  Musing on the newsclips and editorial jibes with Bathrobespierre Robert


xxx  “Cornerstone” Carol Denney Reports the Latest Electoral Ravages from Berkeley


xxx  A few clips from historic parody pieces by the Jolly Roger Comedy Troupe up North

xxx  “Rough Weather” Rain Lambasts Govt. Agencies and the Callous Community as Winter Descends

xxx   Roberta Tytis Recounts Crawling Through the Courthouse Catwalk

Come rain or cold, HUFF will be struggling to meet at its usual spot in Sub Rosa Courtyard next to the Bike Church 11 AM Today Wednesday November 11th 703 Pacific

A few of the Agenda tidbits to chew on, plus Bring Your Own:

Spotty Updates on the Status of Psych Patients Rights to Refuse Medication in County Lock-Up


Shitty Council Shenanagans–the Tuesday Public-Absent Meeting


Reacting to the Crush-the-Caregivers Edicts from Bowels of City Mangler Martin Bernal


Benchlands Deadline?  And What of Everyone Else?


NOMADettes Provide Helping Hands, Jumps, and Surveillance


Roughhewn Rumors: A “Special Place” for the Homeless at Camp Roberts?


Cold Class War in Santa Cruz as the Temperature Drops

Providing Dining Area The City Won’t–Food Not Bombs combines with Other Fab Foodsters to Do Thanksgiving


 ….With More Last-Minute Meanderings…

Plus coffee, crunchables, and the usual cantankerous comraderie!

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides netcast 9:30 AM-3 PM today 11-8-20 & archived at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html . Today: Berkeley and Benchland Updates; 1994 Sniping Match between Councilmember M. Rotkin and Badboy Bathobespierre Robert

DESCRIPTIONS  POSTED AT http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/
THE SHOW ITSELF ARCHIVED AT http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows..html.
Reminder Again!  If you haven’t already done so and want to continue receiving this HUFF e-mail notice of shows and other homeless activist updates, please respond to rnorse3@hotmail.com to keep them coming.


WE WANT OUR PHONE LINE BACK SO YOU CAN CALL IN !  but that won’t happen unless we can find a studio space we can rent around Santa Cruz.  Doesn’t have to be big.  10′ X 10′ will do, indoors or outdoors (we can build a shack if you supply the space).  Just needs electricity and internet access.

WE ALSO CRAVE TO RETURN TO THE AIRWAVES IN ADDITION TO OUR NETCASTING!  That means simply access to a tall tree or rooftop where we can place the antenna.   In Covid-19 times, this is particularly important so the community can talk to itself without the ridiculous limitations of Zoom, etc.

Phone in (423-4833) or e-mail us (rnorse3@hotmail.com) tips on where we might find a studio space and a place to put our antenna.  $300 reward for finding us the studio space.   Eternal gratitude for finding an antenna location.  

Movement date for the Benchlands City-County campground is, according to Jessica York, stenographer for City Hall and the City Manager, mid-November–the destination a Campground area near the Armory up at De Laveaga.    As usual, York and the City officials she assiduously follows, completely ignore the reality for the majority of those outside.  See https://www.santacruzsentinel.com/2020/11/05/santa-cruz-homeless-camp-moving-to-delaveaga/  This includes the many the unofficial “Freedom” campground next to the Lawn Bowling court and the many others along Hiway 1, near Felker St. and the cemetery, and throughout the City facing increasingly cold nights. Badly-needed restroom, food, water, and charging services to the camps are still sorely missed.

City Council has yet another of its “no public, please” meetings held by Zoom instead of in Civic or another large venue where the public could actually weigh in–in person.  Fences around parking lot#27 where Food Not Bombs served food for many months were removed in the Tuesday night {“no coup, thanks!”) protests and have not been set up again by cops and public works “helpers”.   

Neither Mayor Cummings nor his boss City Mangler Bernal has responded to my Brown Act demand that City Council reconsider all items done without public access and participation (see “Brown Act Demand to Santa Cruz City Council: ReDo Meetings You’ve Illegally Closed” at https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2020/10/30/18837959.php .
No transparency from City and County regarding expenditures (or non-expenditures) of funds from Project Roomkey and Project Housekey.
While a number of vulnerable unhoused are temporarily in the safer motel shelter, most of those “sheltered” are warehoused in the unhealthy group shelters–and even those shelters have waiting lists as the SCPD and its “social worker” allies pass out alleged available resource lists.  

The Pogonip camps continue to be blocked off with even the rudimentary portapotties and wash stations along hiway 9 removed.   Ditto with the scores of tents along hiway 1 near the interection with 9.      Encampments along the San Lorenzo pathway near the Broadway bridge and along Hiway 1 at River St.  continue to struggle in record numbers.    Months ago,  the City and County created more refugees.  They displaced the earlier larger Benchlands encampment with their own show County-run encampment.  That managed encampment  is due to be relocated to a field outside the Armory in De La Vega Park in mid-November–with no provision for the many homeless people living outside.

City Mangler Bernal’s Emergency Edict banning (largely Latinx) vendors on Beach St. continues its preferential impact, OKing tourist and Boardwalk businesses for masked and unmasked alike along the beaches, the Boardwalk, and the “no vendors allowed” sidewalks.  The Boardwalk has opened its rides for weekends.

NOMAD (Needs Oriented Movement Assistance and De-escalation) and Food Not Bombs are still organizing to provide escape resources for vehicle dwellers threatened with home seizure by lethally-armed police and Public Works cronies.  These younger activists begin to organize to resist what is likely to be the most Reactionary City Government in years–now that reactionaries have won the city election.


ON TODAY’S 11-08-20 BATHROBESPIERRE’S BROADSIDES SHOW
XXX  HUFF Scuttlebutt from Monica on Vehicular threats, Fox on encampment needs, Ben on bogus charge banditry and appropriate community response, Keith and Fox on the recent Fence removal on Election night,

XXX  Shadeseeker Suzanne and Downside David on new Raids along Hiway 9

XXX  Castaway Cooper & Companions consider the fate of Camp Freedom, aka the Lawn Bowling-Adjacent Campground

XXX  Hearty howls from Ricardo Lopez and the Pacific Avenue Performers

XXX Berkeley updates from Here/There, the long-standing Edge-of-Oakland campground from Midlife Mark & Fellow Residents


XXX  Jocular Jimmy Dore “Biden Wins, What Now?” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSYQYGAhcEQ )


XXX  Chris Hedges of the new People’s Convention (more Hedges at https://www.rt.com/shows/on-contact/506002-american-discontent-
ruling-parties/)



FLASHBACK to 1994: Bathrobespierre Robert Norse vs. RiotAct Mike Rotkin on the soon-to-be-passed Downtown Ordinances in a February exchange–rife with interruptions from 2020 by Norse


Summary descriptions of current and earlier shows after mid-November 2017 are posted at http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/ .  Earlier descriptions (back to 2005) are often available at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/brb-descriptions.html .  A listing of where flashbacks to earlier times can be found will soon be available.

SHOW ARCHIVES AND DESCRIPTIONS

Recent Past Shows are Described at http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/Recent Past Shows are Archived separately at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html
Many Pre-2017 Shows are Described at http://www..huffsantacruz.org/brb-descriptions.html
Many Pre-2017 Shows are Archived at http://radiolibre.org/brb/
Archives prior to 2004 are at http://huffsantacruz.org/archivemain.html
For Flashbacks before 1995, go to http://huffsantacruz.org/radio.html and search for “Flashback”

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides netcast streams tonight 11-05-20 at 6 PM at freakradio.org. & archived at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html: Fences Down at the Old FNB Lot!, Reports from Watsonville, Seaside, & Salinas…and more!

To hear this show at a time of your choosing, Check Out  http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html  later tonight. 
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ON TODAY’S SHOW

xxx  “Katzenjammer” Keith McHenry’s Update on the Restoration of Open Access to Public Parking Lot #27–fenced off by City Mangler Martin Bernal some weeks ago and liberated Tuesday night by concerned community members.

xxx  HUFF voices: “Lighthouse” Linda Lemaster from Watsonville, “Beggarbacker” Becky Johnson from Seaside, and “Whip ‘Em Into Shape” Wes White from Salinas at the 11-4 HUFF meeting


xxx  NOMAD (Needs Oriented Movement Assistance, and De-escalation) activist Swiftspeakin’ Steavn on increasing threats against vehicular dwellers and those outside.

xxx  Lawwatcher Laura reports the latest court capers around Marty Mirabal’s defense of a homeless home on wheels.