9:30 AM Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Covers Features Poetry by Julia Vinograd and Commentary Galore Plus A Flashback to 1-17-10 with activists grilling then-Mayor Mike Rotkin–Tune in at 101.3 FM or freakradio.org Sunday September 24

Today’s show gives us a preview of Julia Vinograd’s latest book Walls plus updates.

The 1-17-10 Flashback features the Rotkin Roast as well as audio of the HUFF singers given $200+ tickets for singing “Downtown” with lyrics denouncing anti-homeless laws and practices in downtown Santa Cruz.

The complete show can be found at http://www.radiolibre.org/brb/brb100117.mp3  It is described in detail at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/brb-descriptions.html#JAN17 .  Go to Sunday, January 17, 2010 to get the grim particulars.

Contact 575-770-3377 to volunteer different kinds of support for the Survival Sleepers now dispersed to the Post Office and points along Pacific Avenue  and support Food Not Bombs locally and those whose only resting place is an illegal piece of sidewalk.

Leave your comments and questions at the same number.   Still a $500 reward for any info leading to Free Radio’s finding a 10′ X 10′  studio space for Free Radio Santa Cruz to rent in Santa Cruz.

Later in the day after the show has aired, the Sunday 9-24 show archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170924.mp3.

6 PM tonight 9-21-17 on 101.3 FM, streams at freakradio.org: Keith McHenry Update and Flashback to August 9, 1999–Inside the Santa Cruz Sentinel–A Refugee Reports!

“Katzenjammer” Keith McHenry muses on rumors and prospects, followed by a Flashback to August 5, 1999 where the Santa Cruz Scent-Anal receives a thorough dissection by a former reporter and homeless activists V-Man, Skidmark Bob, Bathrobespierre Robert, and others.

Current street reports and messages can be left at 831-423-4833.

The show streams on freakradio.org and archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170921.mp3

For info on how to act and not just listen while gentrification galooses take over the City and drive out the poor, go to the Food Not Bombs and  Freedom Sleeper facebook pages.  Or directly to the Main Post Office, or where ever the struggle is raging.

Freedom SleepOut #115 reportedly received soup and coffee–but no sleepers reported.  The new Survival Sleepers are encamped around the Main Post Office, though reportedly under threat to leave or face citations in the next two weeks.

Volunteer to support the Homeless struggling against Dehumanization at 575-330-3377 or by meeting with folks on the street.

 

Another Week of No-Show For Weary HUFFsters– 11 AM September 20th Sub Rosa Meeting Called Off

The usual Sub Rosa Cafe 11 AM meeting at 703 Pacific tomorrow (Wednesday September 20) will not be formally happening today, although the Cafe may be open and some HUFF members may be there. If you wish to pin down a HUFF meeting for next week, contact Robert at 423-4833.

Tune in at 7 PM Thursday 9-21 on Free Radio Santa Cruz to hear poetry from Berkeley poet Julia Vinograd’s newest book Detour as well as updates both gloomy and encouraging. National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty attorney Tristia Bauman has asked HUFF for its extensive trove of Public Records with an eye to some kind of legal filing in November perhaps.  Another legal researcher is investigating homeless encampments.

The second reading of the Unreasonably Disturbing Noise law changes will likely be on next Tuesday’s City Council agenda.   Packed with subjective criteria retaining police discretionary powers, it nonetheless limits police power over sound amplification.  Check out the 9-12 City Council’s Agenda (Item #21) for the proposed law which pass unanimously last week 7-0.

A description of the nasty law expanded police selective enforcement powers can be found at https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2017/09/12/18802845.php (“Stacked Deck Stay-Away Law Expansion Promises More Pain for Poor Outside“)   If you’d like to help review the Public Records (still not fully disclosed) and/or help fight the Stay-Away orders as they are individually levied on homeless folks, contact Food Not Bombs  or HUFF  (numbers below).  Let these folks know if you or anyone you know has recently been given a Stay-Away order along with an Infraction ticket, particularly if it’s for longer than 24 hours (or 72 hours after October 12th when the new expanded law goes into effect).

Also please report conditions in San Lorenzo Park and around the Post Office.  
If you abhor meetings and wish to work on Public Records, Help compile accounts of Police/Ranger abuses, Monitor the new Library Rules, and/or Assist in getting interviews for Free Radio broadcasts or You-Tube Postings, contact Bathrobespierre Robert at 831-423-4833.  Activists around Food Not Bombs and the Freedom Sleepers are also looking for help gathering volunteers for the support meals on Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday as well as folks who want to help homeless harassed with citations for Being Visibly Homeless.  Contact them at 575-770-3377

9:30 AM Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Covers Updates on Marijuana, Syringes, and “Unreasonably Disturbing Noise” at City Council, Lapis Road Latest, A Taste of the Mime Troupe and More!–Tune in at 101.3 FM or freakradio.org

Today’s show includes Carol Denny on Pepperspray Politics in Berkeley, Tenant Activist Organizing in Santa Cruz, and Caustic Commentary by Bathrobespierre on Everything.

Contact 575-770-3377 to volunteer different kinds of support for the Survival Sleepers now dispersed to the Post Office and points along Pacific Avenue  and support Food Not Bombs locally and those whose only resting place is an illegal piece of sidewalk.

Leave your comments and questions at the same number.   Still a $500 reward for any info leading to Free Radio’s finding a 10′ X 10′  studio space for Free Radio Santa Cruz to rent in Santa Cruz.

Later in the day after the show has aired, the Sunday 9-17 show archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170917.mp3.

Final Triumph of the Expanded Stay Away Law at City Council; Interview with Police Chief Andy Mills 6 PM tonight 9-14-17 on 101.3 FM, streams at freakradio.org

The 9-12 City Council passed the Stay Away expansion law targeting homeless and poor people outside under the guise of “establishing standards”.  Extensive commentary and the entire Council “discussion”.   New SCPD chief Andy Mills responded to a lengthy interrogation outside City Hall.

Current street reports and messages can be left at 831-423-4833.

The show streams on freakradio.org and archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170914.mp3

For info on how to act and not just listen while gentrification galooses take over the City and drive out the poor, go to the Food Not Bombs and  Freedom Sleeper facebook pages.  Or directly to the Main Post Office, or where ever the struggle is raging.

Freedom SleepOut #114 reportedly received soup and coffee–but no sleepers reported.

Volunteer to support the Homeless struggling against Dehumanization at 575-330-3377 or by meeting with folks on the street.

9:30 AM Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Covers Santa Barbara’s Long-Time Activist Peter Marin, the Lapis Road Survivor Jay Reed, “Whip ‘Em Into Shape” Wes White and a Flashback to January 29, 2015–Tune in at 101.3 FM or freakradio.org

Today’s Updates in interview and commentary cover host of the 4-5 hour showtime.  Enjoy!

Today’s January 29, 2015 Flashback features Analysis of the 2nd Round of the Stay-Away Order Struggle at City Council back then, and a dialogue with legal worker Ray Glock-Grueneich.

Contact 575-770-3377 to volunteer different kinds of support for the Survival Sleepers now dispersed to the Post Office and points along Pacific Avenue  and support Food Not Bombs locally and those whose only resting place is an illegal piece of sidewalk.

Leave your comments and questions at the same number.   Still a $500 reward for any info leading to Free Radio’s finding a 10′ X 10′  studio space for Free Radio Santa Cruz to rent in Santa Cruz.

The complete original version of the June 9, 2013 flashback can be found at  http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb150129.mp3   It is considerably longer.

 

Later in the day after the show has aired, the Sunday 9-10 show archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170910.mp3.

Upcoming City Council Debris, An Update from Sanctuary Santa Cruz 6 PM tonight 8-31-17 on 101.3 FM

Sanctuary Santa Cruz activist Jim Weller updates us on the continuing crackdown on the undocumented in Santa Cruz….a new law on the horizon for “Unreasonably Disturbing Noise”…the 2nd Reading and Final Nail in the Coffee of the Anti-Homeless Stay Away Law at the Tuesday noon meeting of the Santa Cruz City Council…and more

Current street reports and messages can be left at 831-423-4833.

The show streams on freakradio.org and archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170907.mp3

For info on how to act and not just listen while gentrification galooses take over the City and drive out the poor, go to the Food Not Bombs and  Freedom Sleeper facebook pages.  Or directly to the Main Post Office, or where ever the struggle is raging.

Freedom SleepOut #113 reportedly received soup and coffee–but no report on sleepers

Volunteer to support the Homeless struggling against Dehumanization at 575-330-3377 or by meeting with folks on the street.

 

9:30 AM Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Covers Lapis Road Residents Wirefire and Amber, Salinas Update from Wes White and a Flashback to June 9, 2013–Tune in at 101.3 FM or freakradio.org

Today’s Updates include Part 2 of the Amber/Wildfire Interviews of 8-31–the Deportation Day  in Lapis Road,  Part 2 of Wes White’s Salinas Update, Threats Against Poor Folks’ Pets–Report from local RV dwellers Pat and John Colby, and a lookback on Lapis Road from Displaced Activists Amber and Wildfire.

Today’s June 9, 2013 Flashback features Katenzjammer Keith McHenry on the Santa Cruz Aftermath of the Occupy Movement, Bathrobespierre Robert Norse on the Anti-Homeless Hit Parade of 2013 Laws, an Analysis of Take Back Santa Cruz, & Steve Schnaar on the SCPD Blockade of the Bike Church’s Bike Distribution to Poor Folks.   Ignore all phone numbers and meeting times except 831-423-4833.

Contact 575-770-3377 to volunteer different kinds of support for the Survival Sleepers now dispersed to the Post Office and points along Pacific Avenue  and support Food Not Bombs locally and those whose only resting place is an illegal piece of sidewalk.

Leave your comments and questions at the same number.   Still a $500 reward for any info leading to Free Radio’s finding a 10′ X 10′  studio space for Free Radio Santa Cruz to rent in Santa Cruz.

The complete original version of the June 9, 2013 flashback can be found at  http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb130609.mp3   It is considerably longer and includes more detail on Take Back Santa Cruz and further remarks by Keith McHenry.

Later in the day after the show has aired, the Sunday 9-3 show archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170903.mp3.

Lapis Road Partial Victory and Assorted Updates 6 PM tonight 8-31-17 on 101.3 FM

RV dwellers in north Monterey County won an apparent stay of execution down South; interviews with Wes White, Amber Viever, and Wildfire; MHCAN updates, and obscure Phil Ochs songs.

Current street reports and messages can be left at 831-423-4833.

The show streams on freakradio.org and archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170831.mp3

For info on how to act and not just listen while gentrification galooses take over the City and drive out the poor, go to the Food Not Bombs and  Freedom Sleeper facebook pages.  Or directly to the Main Post Office, or where ever the struggle is raging.

Freedom SleepOut #112 reportedly received soup and coffee–but no report on sleepers

Volunteer to support the Homeless struggling against Dehumanization at 575-330-3377 or by meeting with folks on the street.

Radio Reachback: 9:30 AM Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Covers the latest Stay-Away Police Power Expansion at City Council as well as a Flashback to July 2, 2000 for a lengthy show: Tune in at 101.3 FM or freakradio.org

In addition to the City Council Stay-Away Slashjob and the Lapis Road Update, Dreamcatcher and James the Jeweler report from Pacific Avenue.

Today’s July 2, 2000 Flashback includes Call-in’s from Richard Quigley, Doug McGrath, Bob Lamonika, Kate Wells, Becky Johnson, and the V-Man.  Topics covered are Rancho Del Mar and the Sheriff’s Attack on Youth Counselor Jerry Henry The Midnight Execution of the Proposed Safe Sleeping Zones at City Council, Homeless Organizing under the short-lived ROAR (Restore Our Alienated Rights)  The Council’s Crushing of only open Medical Marijuana Dispensary in the City,  Civil Rights Attorney Wells Reviews a Variety of Local Cases,  the Dolphin-Lee/Nueva Vista Force Feeding, the Early Progress of “Needles on Wheels”–Forced Psychiatric Treatment at Home, and much more.  Ignore all phone numbers and meeting times except 831-423-4833.

 

Contact 575-770-3377 to volunteer different kinds of support for the Survival Sleepers now dispersed to the Post Office and points along Pacific Avenue  and support Food Not Bombs locally and those whose only resting place is an illegal piece of sidewalk.

Leave your comments and questions at the same number.   $500 reward for any info leading to Free Radio’s finding a 10′ X 10′  studio space for Free Radio Santa Cruz to rent in Santa Cruz.

The complete original version of the July 2, 2000 flashback can be found athttp://huffsantacruz.org/archive00

by scrolling down to the July 2, 2000 links.

Later in the day after the show has aired, the Sunday 8-27 show archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb170827.mp3