Loren Barrett

Development Director

Loren graduated with honors from University of Montana and has an MA in International Development and Social Change from Clark University in Massachussetts. She served two years in Guyana with Unites States Peace Corps. Loren has a strong background in community development, marketing, and non-profit management. Loren and her family recently realized the dream of moving to Homer and now happily spend their time exploring the wilds of their new backyard. 

Ways to Connect

February 15, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 56 read by Dayus Geysbeek.

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 14, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 14 read by Kathleen Gustafson. 

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 12, 2021: KBBI and Pier One Shakespeare bring you Sonnet 94 read by Peter Norton. 

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 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. 

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. 

KBBI Bushlines help connect us to loved ones near and far. This Christmas season, KBBI is here to connect you to the North Pole! We invite our young KBBI listeners to send their letter to Santa through the AM airwaves this year.


Here is how:

Rising

Oct 23, 2020

In honor of International Day of Climate Action KBBI and Pier One Theatre proudly present Rising, an original radio play written by Brenda Dolma and produced with local talent.

KBBI's annual Fall Membership Drive is coming up on October 16th and 17th.  The station is hoping to use this time to highlight our volunteers, our community, and all the ways radio keeps us connected.

  KBBI and Bluejaye Productions proudly present Knife Skills, an original piece written by Lindsey Schneider and produced with local talent now available for on demand listening. 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.

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