The 6-19-22 show Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides show streamed at yesterday and will archive at . soon. Contents: Food Not Bombs foolishness and Juneteenth Jawboning as well as a Flashback to December 4, 1995

We are having trouble adding audio files to the HUFF website.

A full description of the show in the Blog section of the HUFF website is now available. 

An archival audio edition of the show in Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides section of that site will be available soon.

Recent shows including the present one are archived at .  The present show will be archived there as soon as some technical difficulties are resolved. 

To spin through recent back shows, go to the HUFF website go to; scroll down to  “Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides”, then click on the Latest Shows link, to find an extensive listing of all shows from mid-October  2017 on. 

The show has been netcasting twice-weekly since then, and broadcasting from 1995 until a few years ago.   Continued call for (a) a studio (find us a spot for a REWARD of $300); (b) an antenna set-up spot; and (c) more volunteers to reanimate the FRSC Collective.   If you’re interested or want to be supportive call 831-423-4833.

ON TODAY’S 6-19-2022 SHOW:  
     +++    “Whips for the Wicked” Wes White on the Poor People’s Campaign
    +++    White reports on California Homeless Coalition activists around the state.
     +++    Heidi/Cricket remembers Jamie Butler–a dead homeless woman from months or years ago.
     +++    6-12: Pacific Avenue Passthrough:  Journeying Joseph fiddles downtown.
     +++    6-12: Razor Ray on parklets, the vending laws and policed sweeps
     +++    6-12: Joseph H.T. the 3rd denounces Park and Recreation Ranger theft.
     +++    6-18: “Stand Up” Sarah B. returns to Santa Cruz and tells us what she sees.     

+++    6-18  Juneteenth jubilation at Louden Park: Debbie of Friends of the Library supports the burial of the library in a parking garage.      +++    6-18  More Juneteenthing:  Jean of UN Association & Benchlands Neighbors Updates us.     

+++    6-18  Lyrical Eye–the only black voice captured–recites and ruminates.     

+++    6-18  Encounter on Front street with mobility-challenged Alex
     +++   Scattered Throughout: Snappy Songs of Sparks-and-Sarcasm Social Significance from Dave Lippman from his album Food, Clothing, and Glaciers

FLASHBACK to June 13, 2004:

+++Support for the 200-300 person Coral St. Open Air Shelter where survival campers formed their own S.O.S. (Save Our Shelters) group
     +++   Co-Host John Stewart of Madhouse Exit joins Bathrobespierre Robert
     +++   Stewart and Norse field phone calls from Patrick Lancelin., Nutcracker Nick Whitehead (of Stop Police Abuse Now!) on Dealing with Disruptive Folks
     +++   The Disruptive Case of Crossroads/Crosswires Chris Brozda
     +++   Whitehead on the City’s toypoodle Citizens Police Review Board [CPRB]
     +++   Complaints against the Downtown “Hosts”     

+++   Norse on the History of the CPRB and SPAN     

+++   Attorney Ed Frey on his Recall Art Danner Campaign, the Congressional election, and Discrimination at Zanotto’s Grocery
     +++   Frey on Danner’s Cover-up of the Catherine Gardner case

Local Coastal Commission member Ryan Moroney ( and supposedly responsible staff member Kana Ford (Ford, Kiana@Coastal <>) are the contact persons to answer appropriate questions on when, where, and how the appeal should be supported.  As of 6-20, they’ve declined to answer specific questions, but should be contacted directly (with Public Records Act demands if necessary).

Earlier History:”