The purpose of this campaign is to educate and inform the Kodiak community about how to reduce energy consumption, recycle resources and products and reuse rather than discard materials.

Here's the holiday programming line up for this week.  Happy holidays, everyone!

Tuesday, December 20th

10:00 pm  Christmas with Madrigalia 2011 - This concert of inspiring holiday music is conducted by Lee Wright and recorded live in concert includes music by Cary Ratcliff, Abbie Betinis, Stephen Paulus, Dale Warland and Vince Guaraldi. Brought to you by Creighton Chiropractic.

Wednesday, December 21st (Happy Solstice!)

11:00 pm  A Jazz Piano Christmas - This year's show features jazz greats Monty Alexander, Helio Alves, Freddy Cole, Renee Rosnes, and Jessica Williams.  Felix Contreras hosts. Brought to you by Ardinger's Fine Furnishings.

Thursday, December 22nd

3:00 pm  A Carolina Christmas - A festive celebration of the Appalachian folk traditions and other styles native to the Carolinas. Center stage will be Kathy Mattea and the Carolinas' premiere choral ensemble, VOX, as well as Baroque/Celtic trio Beggar Boys. Brought to you by Kodiak Marine Supply.
9:00 pm
  Tinsel Tales 1
Joy, hope, and childhood memories overflow as NPR voices, past and present, tell stories of the season. Hosted by Lynn Neary. Brought to you by Wells Fargo.

10:00 pm  A Paul Winter Solstice - A dynamic musical celebration in the extraordinary acoustics of the world's largest Gothic cathedral - New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine. John Schaefer hosts.  Brought to you by Total Interiors.
Midnight  Echoes of Christmas - Moving selections of choral classic celebrating Christmas featuring the Dale Warland Singers.

Friday, December 23rd

Friday 3:00 pm  Afropop Caribbean Christmas - Celebrate the holidays, Caribbean style! Puerto Rico's beloved Yomo Toro plays special holiday music and Trinidadian friends revel in stories of parang music on the island.

 

Saturday, December 24th

10:00 am Enchanted Island - featuring St. Innocent's Academy

11:00 am Only a Game

12:30 pm  Jock of the Rock Christmas Show - Who knows? It may be their best show EVER!

1:00 pm Global Village Holiday Special - features seasonal sounds from around the world and holiday favorites done world music style.

2:00 pm A Prairie Home Companion

4:00 pm Weekend All Things Considered

5:00 pm A Special Holiday Variety Show - featuring local host Terry Haines.

6:00 pm Chanticleer Christmas - A celebration of the season as told through the glorious voices of Chanticleer, the 12-voice San Francisco-based men's choir. Brought to you by the Alutiiq Museum.

7:00 pm Alt 50's - Underneath the marshmallow-perfect world of the 1950's is another take on holiday cheer...one involving rock 'n roll, space travel, my-baby-left-me blues and good old Cold War paranoia.

8:00 pm Right Between the Ears Christmas - an hour of sketch comedy including a spoof of "It's a Wonderful Life," updated for our economically-challenged times, plus commercials for Jiffy Pants ("the popcorn you make in your pants") and Gregorian monk-ified Christmas carols.

9:00 pm Rock 'n Roll Show - featuring local host Zac.

11:00 pm Professor Mikey's CHILL Christmas - this annual show features a CHILL theme this year, with music from all genres providing a soundtrack for peace and fun.

 

Sunday, December 25th (Christmas Day)

5:00 am Swinging Down the Lane - Spike Jones special.

6:00 am Music of the Baroque Christmas Special - Join host Peter Van De Graaff as he guides you through brass and choral holiday music of the 16th and 17th centuries. Brought to you by Kodiak Psychology Services.

8:00 am Weekend Edition

10:00 am Christmas with the Morehouse and Spelman Glee Clubs - A joyous celebration of the schools' tradition of singing excellence, with their trademark mixture of spirituals and carols. Korva Coleman hosts. Brought to you by Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center.

11:00 am Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me

12:30 pm 'Dis 'n 'Dat - the Lawrence and Martha Holiday Show.

1:00 pm Car Talk

2:00 pm A 40's Radio Christmas - A reminiscence of Christmas on the radio in the 1940's, hosted by Wes Sims. Brought to you by Vizhunz Salon.

3:00 pm Juke in the Back R&B Christmas - Loaded with the greatest R&B Christmas records from the late 1940s and 1950s, it's the yuletide soul that came before rock n' roll. So grab some 'nog and get groovin'.

4:00 pm Weekend All Things Considered

6:00 pm Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio Special - Kim Burrell's Jazz Gospel Holiday featuring soulful renditions of holdiay classics including Silent Night, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year and more. Brought to you by Henry's Great Alaskan Restaurant.

7:00 pm Joy to the World - A holiday jazz program hosted by pianist Bob Thompson.

8:00 pm Tinsel Tales 2 - Continuing with tradition, this is a collection of the best and most requested holiday stories from NPR. Hosted by Lynn Neary. Brought to you by Kodiak Vision Clinic and Sally's Eyeland.

9:00 pm  Nightlight - hosted by Elf Kathrynn.

11:00 pm  Hearts of Space

 



 

 

Alternative Energy — Power derived from sources like wind or solar energy without creating harmful emissions

 

Biodegradable — Able to decompose naturally into simple organic compounds that are safe for the earth


Biofuel — Fuel such as biodiesel or ethanol that is made from renewable, organic materials for use as a replacement for fossil fuels


Bisphenol A (BPA) — Used to make polycarbonate plastics, which become the durable light plastics that are very common in food and drink packaging, including baby bottles and children's toys. Controversy surrounds the chemical because of the possible adverse effects, such as increased risk of multiple cancers


Carbon Footprint — The total amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere during one's life, or during the time it takes to complete a product or service


Carbon Neutral — Resulting in a net discharge of carbon into the atmosphere of zero, usually once an initial discharge has been offset by another action, like planting trees


Composting — The process by which organic food, paper, and yard wastes are broken down naturally by organisms (bacteria, fungi, worms) into a mineral-rich product for use by farmers and gardeners


Embodied Energy — The total energy used in all the processes required to complete a building, from the acquisition of natural resources to the transport of materials and administrative actions


Energy Efficiency — Using less energy to do more or to get more service


EnergyStar — An energy-performance rating system created jointly by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy, in which energy-efficient buildings are awarded stars


Environmental Footprint — The amount of nonrenewable resources a company or individual uses, plus the amount of waste and emissions it creates


Green Design — Architectural design that is resource-efficient and environmentally sound; its elements include solar panels, natural lighting, and sustainable construction materials


Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) — The rating system and certification program that sets the standards for an official "green" building based on five criteria: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality


Nontoxic — Not causing adverse health affects (used to describe a product, substance, or chemical)


Organic Fabric — One in which 95 percent or more of the fibers are grown without engineering or chemical pesticides and fertilizers


Phthalates — A class of chemicals made from alcohols and phthalic anhydride used most commonly to soften vinyl, for things such as toys and baby bottles. Phthalates have been linked to a number of health risks, including kidney and lung damage


Reclaimed Materials — Ones that have been salvaged from the waste stream and reused in their original form, with minimal reprocessing


Recycled Materials — Those that are remanufactured to form part of a new product

Renewable Materials — Those that naturally replenish themselves and are abundant in their natural environment, such as bamboo (fast-growing) and cork (made from bark, so its trees are unharmed by harvesting)


Sustainable Materials — Those made without adverse effect on the environment


Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) — Potentially harmful human-made chemicals that are emitted into the air as gases from certain solids or liquids, such as paint, cleaning fluids, and other household items

 
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