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WPKN is a nonprofit, freeform, community radio station (arts organization) that is more than 50 years old. The vision of WPKN is to build community, a loyal and growing audience, and an engaged and educated citizenry by providing the highest quality of free-form programming that broadcasts entertainment, music, news, thoughts, sounds, ideas and event listings that support free speech, diversity, and the interests of the local and global communities WPKN serves. Our radio frequency of 89.5-FM (Bridgeport)includes a coverage map of 1.5 million people in Farfield, New Haven and Litchfield counties in Connecticut and Suffolk county (The North Fork and Hamptons) in New York. WPKN also maintains an on-demand streaming and archive of WPKN programming as well as our WPKN PODCASTS that focus on 22+ 'talk-oriented' community, cultural and news programs. We also feature an expanding list of interviews with music personalities and artists from all over the world.

Latest Episodes

Emotion Roadmap 12 4 19 Permission To Feel With Marc Brackett

Marc Brackett, Director of the Yale University Center of Emotional Intelligence, has a wonderful book that will help everyone deal with feelings.

51 MIN1 d ago
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Emotion Roadmap 12 4 19 Permission To Feel With Marc Brackett

The Pollinator Pathway Project

The Organic Farmstand show includes the Small Farms Report (with Guy Beardsley), the monthly Bee Update (with Vincent Kaye) and a report on the pollinator pathways project from Dan Fitzgerald, co-chair of the Branford, CT Conservation and Environment Commission. Hosted by Richard Hill and Chris Ferrio

50 MIN2 d ago
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The Pollinator Pathway Project

The Real Organic Project - Dave Chapman Farmer Activist

The Real Organic Project - Dave Chapman Farmer Activist by WPKN Community Radio

38 MIN3 d ago
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The Real Organic Project - Dave Chapman Farmer Activist

Considering Ukraine in context

Gary Leupp, professor of history at Tufts University, provides the history and context for Ukraine in the midst of a new cold war with Russia. Interview by Richard Hill

32 MIN4 d ago
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Considering Ukraine in context

Band Central Radio | November 25, 2019

Band Central Radio on WPKN with Andy Kadison and Rob Fried for a fun hour of community-oriented talk, music and information. Thanksgiving Show! This month's topic: Education – giving thanks for education. Guests: Alicia Robinson, Director of Performing & Visual Arts, Local Program Director, Turnaround Arts: Bridgeport; Kristy Jelenik Executive Director, Housatonic Community College Foundation Inc.; and musician Barry Blumenfield (guitar, mandolin, dobro, vocals) and member of the band Bone Dry.

56 MIN4 d ago
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Band Central Radio | November 25, 2019

Home Page Radio - HOME Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 28, 2019, 12 noon WPKN 89.5 FM www.wpkn.org Host: Duo Dickinson A LIVE, real-time podcast, intended to accompany feasting and preparation for feasting on our one fully secular, non-football-reflated national holiday: Thanksgiving. The reality is that these celebrations usually happen in a home, and share domestic life with friends, relatives and strangers. But that is not the full story. Before there was today”s Thanksgiving, there was a very different time. Before the mass-marketing hype, NFL games, Butterball Turkeys and Ocean Spray Cranberry Jelly – not to mention mini-marshmallows roasted over squash. How did we celebrate, 100 years ago? Two hundred years ago? How did Native American Culture feast and celebrate before they were invaded? What happened after 1620? How did humans use their homes to celebrate Thanksgiving in each of those eras? Home Page has two thoughtful historians of America and Pre-America Live On-Air to talk to us about how we have done Tha...

55 MIN4 d ago
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Home Page Radio - HOME Thanksgiving

What's Happening New Haven | December 2019

Monday, December 2, 12 noon WPKN 89.5 FM www.wpkn.org Host: Bonnie Lykes What’s Happening New Haven has much to share for December! The hour begins with compelling Q & A — Prof Ron Jenkins, Theater Head at Wesleyan University, uses the work of Dante’s Divine Comedy with incarcerated men and women. Their catharsis and profound histories are then staged at Yale’s Marquand Chapel. Be sure to tune in and hear details of this remarkable presentation — it’s coming up early in the month! We then unfurl a plethora of music at Cafe Nine, Space Ballroom, and the StateHouse, with Brooklynites and local CT acts, and a rollicking comedy night! Plenty going on with visual art, film, and storytelling! There’s loads more, including laughs for New Year’s Night Out!

50 MIN4 d ago
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What's Happening New Haven | December 2019

A discussion about the exhibition "Weather Report" at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

A discussion with Richard Klein, curator of the exhibition "Weather Report" at Connecticut's Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield: 'Weather Report will reveal the sky as a site where the aesthetic, the romantic, the political, the social, and the scientific co-exist and inform one another. The depiction of weather phenomena in the visual arts is traditionally linked with either landscape painting or photography, but in the last two decades artists have increasingly turned to other media to explore weather and, by extension, the larger subject of the Earth’s atmosphere. Featuring the work of Bigert & Bergström, Barbara Bloom, Sara Bouchard, Josh Callaghan, Nick Cave, Violet Dennison, Bryan Nash Gill, Andy Goldsworthy, Nancy Graves, Ellen Harvey, Ayumi Ishii, Jitish Kallat, Kim Keever, Byron Kim, Damian Loeb, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Colin McMullan, Hitoshi Nomura, Pat Pickett, Sean Salstrom, and Jennifer Steinkamp, and an installation by researchers Amanda Bunce, Joel Sa...

58 MIN5 d ago
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A discussion about the exhibition "Weather Report" at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art

A discussion about the exhibition "Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art," on view at the Yale University Art Gallery through June 21, 2020. The three curators, Katie McCleary, Leah Shrestinian, and Joseph Zordan, are recent Yale graduates, and they spent three years researching and curating the exhibition and writing the accompanying catalogue. The show contains works from the nineteenth century to the present coming from the collections of the Yale Art Gallery, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, and Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. https://artgallery.yale.edu/exhibitions/exhibition/place-nations-generations-beings-200-years-indigenous-north-american-art

49 MIN5 d ago
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Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art

A Day without Art Commemoration -- Yale University Art Gallery

A discussion with Alex Fialho, Yale graduate student, and Jake Gagne, Programs Fellow at the Yale University Art Gallery. On December 5, the Gallery is commemorating the 30th annual "Day without Art," with a film screening and panel discussion. Every December 1, galleries and museums around the world cover selected works of art with black cloths to pay homage to the many artists who have lost their lives in the AIDS epidemic and to show how the world has been diminished by the disease. https://artgallery.yale.edu/calendar/events/film-screening-and-discussion-day-without-art-30-years

16 MIN5 d ago
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A Day without Art Commemoration -- Yale University Art Gallery

Latest Episodes

Emotion Roadmap 12 4 19 Permission To Feel With Marc Brackett

Marc Brackett, Director of the Yale University Center of Emotional Intelligence, has a wonderful book that will help everyone deal with feelings.

51 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Emotion Roadmap 12 4 19 Permission To Feel With Marc Brackett

The Pollinator Pathway Project

The Organic Farmstand show includes the Small Farms Report (with Guy Beardsley), the monthly Bee Update (with Vincent Kaye) and a report on the pollinator pathways project from Dan Fitzgerald, co-chair of the Branford, CT Conservation and Environment Commission. Hosted by Richard Hill and Chris Ferrio

50 MIN2 d ago
Comments
The Pollinator Pathway Project

The Real Organic Project - Dave Chapman Farmer Activist

The Real Organic Project - Dave Chapman Farmer Activist by WPKN Community Radio

38 MIN3 d ago
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The Real Organic Project - Dave Chapman Farmer Activist

Considering Ukraine in context

Gary Leupp, professor of history at Tufts University, provides the history and context for Ukraine in the midst of a new cold war with Russia. Interview by Richard Hill

32 MIN4 d ago
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Considering Ukraine in context

Band Central Radio | November 25, 2019

Band Central Radio on WPKN with Andy Kadison and Rob Fried for a fun hour of community-oriented talk, music and information. Thanksgiving Show! This month's topic: Education – giving thanks for education. Guests: Alicia Robinson, Director of Performing & Visual Arts, Local Program Director, Turnaround Arts: Bridgeport; Kristy Jelenik Executive Director, Housatonic Community College Foundation Inc.; and musician Barry Blumenfield (guitar, mandolin, dobro, vocals) and member of the band Bone Dry.

56 MIN4 d ago
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Band Central Radio | November 25, 2019

Home Page Radio - HOME Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 28, 2019, 12 noon WPKN 89.5 FM www.wpkn.org Host: Duo Dickinson A LIVE, real-time podcast, intended to accompany feasting and preparation for feasting on our one fully secular, non-football-reflated national holiday: Thanksgiving. The reality is that these celebrations usually happen in a home, and share domestic life with friends, relatives and strangers. But that is not the full story. Before there was today”s Thanksgiving, there was a very different time. Before the mass-marketing hype, NFL games, Butterball Turkeys and Ocean Spray Cranberry Jelly – not to mention mini-marshmallows roasted over squash. How did we celebrate, 100 years ago? Two hundred years ago? How did Native American Culture feast and celebrate before they were invaded? What happened after 1620? How did humans use their homes to celebrate Thanksgiving in each of those eras? Home Page has two thoughtful historians of America and Pre-America Live On-Air to talk to us about how we have done Tha...

55 MIN4 d ago
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Home Page Radio - HOME Thanksgiving

What's Happening New Haven | December 2019

Monday, December 2, 12 noon WPKN 89.5 FM www.wpkn.org Host: Bonnie Lykes What’s Happening New Haven has much to share for December! The hour begins with compelling Q & A — Prof Ron Jenkins, Theater Head at Wesleyan University, uses the work of Dante’s Divine Comedy with incarcerated men and women. Their catharsis and profound histories are then staged at Yale’s Marquand Chapel. Be sure to tune in and hear details of this remarkable presentation — it’s coming up early in the month! We then unfurl a plethora of music at Cafe Nine, Space Ballroom, and the StateHouse, with Brooklynites and local CT acts, and a rollicking comedy night! Plenty going on with visual art, film, and storytelling! There’s loads more, including laughs for New Year’s Night Out!

50 MIN4 d ago
Comments
What's Happening New Haven | December 2019

A discussion about the exhibition "Weather Report" at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

A discussion with Richard Klein, curator of the exhibition "Weather Report" at Connecticut's Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield: 'Weather Report will reveal the sky as a site where the aesthetic, the romantic, the political, the social, and the scientific co-exist and inform one another. The depiction of weather phenomena in the visual arts is traditionally linked with either landscape painting or photography, but in the last two decades artists have increasingly turned to other media to explore weather and, by extension, the larger subject of the Earth’s atmosphere. Featuring the work of Bigert & Bergström, Barbara Bloom, Sara Bouchard, Josh Callaghan, Nick Cave, Violet Dennison, Bryan Nash Gill, Andy Goldsworthy, Nancy Graves, Ellen Harvey, Ayumi Ishii, Jitish Kallat, Kim Keever, Byron Kim, Damian Loeb, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Colin McMullan, Hitoshi Nomura, Pat Pickett, Sean Salstrom, and Jennifer Steinkamp, and an installation by researchers Amanda Bunce, Joel Sa...

58 MIN5 d ago
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A discussion about the exhibition "Weather Report" at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art

A discussion about the exhibition "Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art," on view at the Yale University Art Gallery through June 21, 2020. The three curators, Katie McCleary, Leah Shrestinian, and Joseph Zordan, are recent Yale graduates, and they spent three years researching and curating the exhibition and writing the accompanying catalogue. The show contains works from the nineteenth century to the present coming from the collections of the Yale Art Gallery, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, and Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. https://artgallery.yale.edu/exhibitions/exhibition/place-nations-generations-beings-200-years-indigenous-north-american-art

49 MIN5 d ago
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Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art

A Day without Art Commemoration -- Yale University Art Gallery

A discussion with Alex Fialho, Yale graduate student, and Jake Gagne, Programs Fellow at the Yale University Art Gallery. On December 5, the Gallery is commemorating the 30th annual "Day without Art," with a film screening and panel discussion. Every December 1, galleries and museums around the world cover selected works of art with black cloths to pay homage to the many artists who have lost their lives in the AIDS epidemic and to show how the world has been diminished by the disease. https://artgallery.yale.edu/calendar/events/film-screening-and-discussion-day-without-art-30-years

16 MIN5 d ago
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A Day without Art Commemoration -- Yale University Art Gallery
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