Arts & Culture
(Español) “Básicamente es un resumen del rol de las artes tradicionales en promover la equidad en la salud de la comunidad de Boyle Heigths”.
(Español) “Y de ahí ya comenzamos a cantar otra vez la música. Yo creo que si ella no me hubiera dicho, ‘vamos a cantar juntos’, quien sabe si ya no tocara yo”
(Español) El poeta recuerda sus días como estudiante y monje en México, sus estudios en la UNAM, su pensamiento revolucionario, y hasta opina sobre los derechos humanos en México.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11 PROGRAM # 8826 12:00 PM PT Poet Ernesto Cardenal Dies. The Nicaraguan poet, revolutionary and former minister of culture Ernesto Cardenal died this month at 95. A Catholic priest and liberation theologian, Cardenal defied the Catholic Church hierarchy in the 80s. In this interview from 2014 when he visited Cuernavaca to present […]
For centuries in the region of Rio Arriba in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado, folk musicians have been very highly esteemed by local families and communities. In the absence of priests, the troubadours often officiate families’ most important religious ceremonies with their verses, delivering angels for baptisms, brides and grooms for weddings and the dead at funerals.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 PROGRAM # 8813 12:00 PM PT Entriegas: The Delivery of the Newlyweds. Deep in the heartlands of Rio Arriba country in New Mexico and Colorado, folk musicians have been regarded for centuries as gatekeepers of family traditions. Folk musicians have been held in high esteem because of the key role they play […]
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25 PROGRAM # 8811 12:00 PM PT Línea Abierta At 25: The First Broadcasts. On this day, Línea Abierta turns 25. The original production team meets to reflect on the dreams driving the creation of the first nationally-distributed weekday news/talk show in Spanish in the public radio system. The program, still the only […]
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24 PROGRAM # 8810 12:00 PM PT Línea Abierta At 25: Memorable Conversations. This week, Línea Abierta celebrates 25 years on the nation’s public radio airwaves. To mark this milestone, the team compiled memorable segments from Línea’s historical archives, including interviews with US Presidents, authors, scientists and other newsmakers; public forums with political […]
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17 PROGRAM # 8805 12:00 PM PT Natalia Toledo: Mexican Zapotec Poet. The world celebrates International Mother Language Day, a time to raise awareness about treasured languages that are at risk of vanishing. On this occasion, Mexican indigenous poet Natalia Toledo talks about her Zapotec roots, the role of moms and grandmas in […]
For decades, what was known of the tragic deaths of activists Antonio Córdova and Rito Canales of Albuquerque was thanks to the lyrics of a song by the famous corridista Roberto Martínez.