Hurricane Relief - How to Help

The American Red Cross is accepting donations on its website. You can also text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10. 

AmeriCares takes medicine and supplies to survivors. 

Catholic Charities provides food, clothing, shelter and support services to those from all religious backgrounds. 

The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund of Houston’s mayor, Sylvester Turner, which is administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation. 

To help animals suffering from the disaster, visit the Humane Society of the United States

News

  • Democracy Now! is a daily progressive, nonprofit, independently syndicated news hour that airs on more than 1,250 radio, television, satellite and cable TV networks around the globe. Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez host. Heard at 5am, 7am and 5pm.

  • Flashpoints is an award-winning daily investigative newsmagazine broadcast on the Pacifica Radio network, hosted by Dennis Bernstein. Through original reports and some of the key investigative reporters of our time, Flashpoints goes to the core of stories in the areas of government and corporate criminality, human rights, and economic justice.

  • Like Democracy Now, this program looks at the news and issues of the day from a progressive perspective. The show is all about returning to a people centered democracy. It’s a 1-hour recap of Thom Hartmann’s best guests of the day.  

  • With a focus on North Puget Sound, Sound Living brings you local commentary, national perspectives, Snohomish and Island county events, people and stories into your car and radio. From environmental issues to political discussions to interesting ideas and people, Sound Living is a look at the places we call home.

  • Illegal Preventive War.  Sixteen years ago two hijacked planes flew into the twin towers and another one into the Pentagon. 15 of the 19 attackers were Saudi Arabians. They were funded by elements of the Saudi Arabian government. Osama bin Laden, a Saudi Arabian fundamentalist from a wealthy Saudi family took responsibility for the attack. Ajamu Baraka, a member of board of directors of Cooperation Jackson, in Jackson Mississippi, editor and contributing columnist for Black Agenda Report, and National Organizer for the Black Alliance for Peace.

Music

 

  • Poptopia Parkway's foundation is power pop, but it's also a showcase for indie rock, oldies, Americana, and contemporary pop singer-songwriters from the 1960s through today.  Lon Palmer is your host. Contact Lon by email or on his Facebook page.

  • Fuzz guitar enthusiasts rejoice! From Here To Obscurity revisits the mid-1960s every Wednesday at 8:30 pm, bringing you garage, psychedelic, surf, folk blues-rock and little known or rarely played music of the era.

  • Unmitigated Audacity follows the Frank Zappa tradition by bringing together music from a wide range of sources, including musicians who played with Frank Zappa, cult movie soundtracks and titles by familiar and little known artists from the 1960s to the present.

  • Host Doc Melton serves up late night electronica for insomniacs.

  • It's a always a good time with Uncle Pat! Listen for a unique mix of classic and progressive rock spanning several decades, plus Uncle Pat's own brand of low key humor. If there's a chickenfoot in the house, it belongs to Uncle Pat.