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February 10, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 65 read by Curt Jackson.

 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

February 9, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 56 read by Eleanor Sweeney. 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

February 8, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 53 read by Ralph Crane. 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

Pier One Shakespeare Sonnet a Day- February 7th

Feb 7, 2021

February 7, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 30 read by Bryan Zac. 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

February 6, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 27 read by Gwen Braizer. 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

February 5, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 23 read by Leean Serio.

  

 Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

February 4, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 18 read by Katia Holmes. 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

February 3, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 16 read by Lacie Triem. 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

February 2, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 14 read by Thea Person. 

 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

Pier One Shakespeare Sonnet a Day- February 1st

Feb 1, 2021

February 1, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 14 read by Mary Fries. 

Sonnet a Day are brought to you by Coop's Coffee. Tune in to KBBI AM 890 every morning in February as local thespians read from the Bard's personal poems each day at 8:18am. 

Pier One Theatre

Pier One Radio Theatre and KBBI present:

Shakespeare in Quarantine, by Jessica Golden,
directed by Maynard Smith.

With theatres closed to prevent the spread of sickness, William Shakespeare struggles to write King Lear while juggling working from home, parenting and managing his Twitter account.

Featuring: Peter Sheppard, Poppy Smith, Lindsey Schneider and Peter Norton.

 


 

KBBI is preparing for the Annual Fall Membership Drive! In October, KBBI will be hosting its annual Fall Membership drive along with a week of live local music and performances showcasing all that radio has to offer - culminating in an on-air remote concert to celebrate our amazing listener-supporters. KBBI is currently holding open auditions for musicians and storytellers. Virtual auditions will be open until Monday, September 28th.

    KBBI and Bluejaye Productions proudly present Knife Skills, an original piece written by Lindsey Schneider and produced with local talent. Tune in live for radio theatre Sept 18th at 7pm on KBBI AM 890 or on kbbi.org. Knife Skills is the story of four kitchen workers at the edge of the world. A charming executive chef, an ambitious sous chef, a hardened line cook, and an innocent dishwasher form a strong friendship working long hours at a rural deluxe wilderness lodge in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.

Sound Collections: Episode 2 - Savanna Bradley

Aug 2, 2020
Pratt Museum

Born-and-raised Homerite and the Pratt Museum’s Curator Savanna Bradley shares stories about her favorite collected wonders.

Savanna became enamored with collecting at a young age; one of the earliest collections she remembers gathering was of mosquito specimens which she dutifully scotch-taped to her journal. Since then, Savanna has ventured into the world of professional museum collections and curation, but is still driven by the same curiosity and wonder that inspired her as a child.

KBBI

On the silhouette wall on Pioneer Avenue, there is a diminutive figure raising her hands to summon artists to action and excellence. That’s Mary Epperson: June 6, 1922 - April 11, 2016. Epperson moved to Alaska with her family in 1954. She was a homesteader, a music teacher, a founding citizen of the city of Homer, and an originator and organizer of the arts in Alaska. 

This past Saturday, June 6th, Homer Council on the Arts and organizations all over town celebrated Mary Epperson Day, established by the City of Homer in 2010.

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