Can I hear it in my car? Can I hear it on my phone? Why do I want to hear it? Just exactly what can I hear? Do I have to buy something? But I’m afraid of computers! I don’t trust the Internet! My grandchildren mentioned something about this. But will it harm the environment? And how does this thing work?
Everything you ever wanted to know about
. . .but were afraid to ask!
Thursday, May 30, 7 p.m. - Coupeville Public Library [map]
Sunday, June 9, 10 a.m. - Whidbey Telecom in Freeland [map]
WhidbeyAIR – all-Internet, non-commercial public radio – for Whidbey Island invites you to a free, informative discussion about the potential of non-commercial Internet public radio to serve our island’s diverse communities.
Please come and bring your friends!
Hear the sounds and voices of Whidbey at http://www.whidbeyair.org
We’ll have a demonstration of an internet *radio tuner
*WhidbeyAIR does not indorse any specific home or car internet radio tuner or App. The pictures below are strictly posted as examples of what is available to the public at this time.
We will have one version of an internet radio at the demonstration
Come learn more about the future of internet radio and find out more about WhidbeyAIR
Thursday, May 30, 7 p.m. - Coupeville Public Library [map]
Sunday, June 9, 10 a.m. - Whidbey Telecom in Freeland [map]
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The Whidbey AIR and Home Connections radio lab class has another hit on their hands.
Click to listen >Home Connections 2012/13 – Magazine Show
Whidbey AIR would like to thank Miss Kelly Hall for her support and the entire class for their hard work !
It’s always fun to work with Miss Hall and the students at Home Connections!!
Listen to the audio recorded during this fascinating event “Synesthesia – Where Art and Science Meet” held on Jan. 24th at the opening of Whidbey Artist Kim Tinuviel’s show at Galleria Chiropractica in Langley.
Thanks to Dan Germano of Whidbey Video for supporting Whidbey AIR with his recorded audio.
LISTEN >Synesthesia Where Art & Science Meet with Whidbey Artist Kim Tinuviel & Dr. Craig Weiner at the Galleria Chiropractica - Recorded 1/24/2013
Kim Tinuviel, Tinuviel Creative
photography • encaustics • mixed media
Kim Tinuviel’s artwork reflects the abstract textures and colors of her everyday world. She artfully orchestrates a complex interplay of cameras, computers, traditional art-making processes and found objects to create her distinct imagery, and prefers to work in three dimensions, or expand the depth of her two-dimensional work. Alternative surfaces and processes such as printing and painting on metal and stone are of particular interest. Kim’s singular artistic goal is to find the extraordinary within the ordinary.
Listen to Kim talk with Mary Rose Anderson and Annie Zeller Horton on their Whidbey AIR show Isle of the Arts. Click the link below.
>Kim Tinuviel on Whidbey AIR’s Isle of the Arts – Dec 4_2012
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Whidbey AIR has been assisting the Home Connections School in Oak Harbor with a radio lab class again this semester, and oh what fun! It is our 2nd year working with Home Connections.
Adding some spice to the class this year, Home Connections teacher Kelly Hall contacted KIRO Radio’s Rachel Belle and asked her to come to Home Connections to share with our students what it’s like to be a “real” radio host. In her usual bubbly fashion Rachel agreed !
December 14th – Rachel came to the Home Connections campus in Oak Harbor, held an assembly for the students, showed them some of the equipment she uses to record and produce her show, and answered student questions about who, what, why and how she became a radio personality, produces her shows and find ideas for her subjects.
Then they all loaded up into parents cars and mini vans and headed to the Whidbey AIR studio for an on air LIVE interview with Rachel.
If you missed that interview it will be available again in Feb. IN conjunction with the Home Connections radio show “Home Connections Radio Magazine” – stay tuned.
If you have a kid who’s interested in recording, radio, music or hosting a show – contact us at email@example.com and we’ll set up a meeting time to help your young broadcaster what it takes to get involved with Whidbey AIR.
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Synethesia is a condition of the sensory brain where a person can actually hear color. Kim Tinuviel has this condition. Synethesia has profoundly influenced both Kim’s work as photographer and as a classically trained musician. Tinuviel is a graduate of the famous Juliard school for talented musical performers. During this interview Isle co-hosts Mary Rose Anderson and Annie Zeller Horton experiment with trying to hear colors while listening to some of Kim’s music.
In this interview Kim also shares information about her photography and her upcoming show ChromoAlchemy.
The influence of time and the elements on surface and color is the basis for the photographic series ChromoAlchemy, which is showing at Galeria Chiropractica in Bayview on Whidbey Island, December 2012 through January 2013. While the composition of each of these abstract and impressionistic images originates from some everyday object or other, that original source may no longer be obvious. Indeed, the viewer is encouraged to look beyond the literal and bring his or her own perception to the interpretation, thereby rendering the source object irrelevant. The title of the series, ChromoAlchemy is derived from the Greek, chromo (khroma: color) and alchemy (chumeia: mixture).
Each piece takes its name from elements, objects and deities of the ancient Greek language and culture. I am the chromo-alchemist, mixing a bit of organic decay with some beautiful light, or a lovely natural line with a touch of oxidized color. Completely in-camera, I conjure the extraordinary from the ordinary and the magic from the mundane. Images are not digitally altered except to lightly color-correct, expose or sharpen, and then only with the intent of restoring the original vision. By carefully mixing the elements of contrast, texture, dimension and motion, each composition in the ChromoAlchemy series is magically revealed.
Among her musicianship and art work Kim is also involved in the online art magazine >Whidbey Life Magazine
. Along with Jan Shannon, Sue Taves and Patricia Duff, Kim provides marketing support to this valuable resource for artists and art lovers on Whidbey.
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Siri Bardarson recorded in Whidbey AIR’s studio with Mary Rose Anderson and Annie Zeller Horton on Isle of the Arts.
Each day is a new adventure and I have only scratched the surface with my electric cello playing. I am the luckiest person in the world! – Siri Bardarson
I moved to Whidbey Island in 1991 and, needing a job, I advertised myself as a cello and guitar teacher. I was actually doing very little playing at that point although still singing with a band in Seattle in a cabaret setting. I got a pile of students and connected with Linda Good who was looking for a partner/teacher with her Island Strings program. We worked together for ten years and founded the Island Strings Summer Music Camp that met for many happy summers at Greenbank Farm. Through Island Strings and my private teaching, I met many, many kids and grown ups, all of whom I consider my fellow musicians. I always say, I love hanging with the musicians and I don’t care how old they are!
In the mid-90s, Michael Nutt [a KWPA Whidbey AIR founder] and a cadre of retired LA Philharmonic musicians came to Whidbey Island. Saratoga Chamber Orchestra was founded. I was lucky to play in a variety of exciting programs that Michael spearheaded and music on South Whidbey got an incredible boost from his presence. Leah Burns came to the island in time to grab the baton from Michael and the Saratoga orchestra became a regular season entity. I played with them off and on over the years.
My cello remained bound up in the conventional classical music role until 1993 when Randy Hudson, Linda Morris and Devon Ossman asked me to join No band Is an Island. This was a very inventive and creative endeavor. We played a lot of original material that had strange and difficult arrangements. I started to translate all my chord knowledge from my guitar playing to the cello, lots of pizzicato and strumming. I discovered I knew tons about vocal harmonies from all the singing and the biggest discovery was that I can sing and play the cello at the same time. I don’t see hardly anyone doing that. We had a sell out WICA show in January 1994 and that was a peak experience for me. I have worked in public education these last 11 years to raise my boy but I am thrilled to be taking a leave this year to devote to my creative life. Each day is a new adventure and I have only scratched the surface with my electric cello playing. I am the luckiest person in the world! – Siri Bardarson
The electric cello is a type of cello that relies on electronic amplification (rather than acoustic resonance) to produce sound. An acoustic cello can be fitted with a bridge or body mounted contact pickup providing an electric signal, or a built-in pickup can be installed. A few pickups work by other principles like magnetic coil guitar type needing steel strings to work, or by an unusual pickup system employing the string itself as a linear pickup element, thus avoiding any modification of tone-producing parts on an acoustic cello.
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We heard from a, culinary loving, bird that Gordon Stewart, of Gordon’s of Blueberry Hill, has applied to be on the Food Network show CHOPPED! Can it be true ?
We have it from secure sources, it’s true.
Mary Rose Anderson interviewed Gordon, and his then fiancee Kaycee, on Whidbey AIR’s Isle of the Arts earlier this year. Today is the perfect time to feature that recording as a blog post. The link to listen is below.
On the heels of Island Recycling & Dave and Jill Campbell being on the show American Pickers, it looks like our little rock is making television headlines, from History to Food.
We’re not sure how one is chosen to be on the Food Network show Chopped, but we do have a contact page for the Food Network – if you’d like to drop them a cyber line go give them your vote for Gordon.
Enjoy Listening to >Chef Gordon & Fiance Kaycee Connally Interview on Whidbey AIR’s Isle of the Arts
Best of luck to Gordon, Kaycee and their staff at Gordon’s on Blueberry Hill – Whidbey AIR hopes we will be seeing you on Chopped! And we’ll be cheering you on to WIN !!!
Contact the Food Network about >Chef Gordon
Below are just a few of the reviews Chef Gordon, and his staff at Gordon’s on Blueberry Hill, have received from diners. There are so many good reviews we got a little carried away sharing. Check out this first one – “best food on earth” ! Reviews are from Yelp and Urban Spoon
Gordon’s has the best food on earth. They have a very friendly hands-on staff and an attention to the details in food preparation and delivery that really comes through. They also have incredibly personable service.
We had an amazing meal!
I’ve never had anything bad and eat here everytime I come! Excellent! Save room for dessert… I luv the lemon tart!
Fantastic food, service and presentation with pretty water views! :)
We went for dinner last night for the first time and wanted to thank our waitresses and host and bravo to the Chef for the most wonderful meal. I was very impressed and give you 5 star’s
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Great food with great friends. It can’t get any better than that!!
I had one of the best meals of my life at this restaurant!
This place is really, really good. Really interesting take on Northwest/Seafood/Asian fusion. To the chef: you really knocked yourself out with that one. I could have eaten 12 orders.
What a treasure this is for South Whidbey Island, to have a restaurant with such amazing food – THANK YOU!
We had such a good dinner last night! Thanks for an awesome culinary experience :)
Our favorite restaurant, Gordon’s on Blueberry Hill. Gracious staff and the culinary artistry of Chef Gordon added up to an unforgettable evening. Every bite of every dish was swoon-worthy!
Perfect for our Anniversary Dinner !
We have happy taste buds and warm hearts from such a good time. Every bite was a delight and the company was perfect. Thank you for such great food and service.
What great fine dining!
Today I had lunch there with an old friend and she had the salmon sandwich….she smiled at me and said “I can taste different flavors all over my tongue” I believe that is one of the best description of Gordon’s food I’ve ever heard.
We’ve eaten there at least 60 times and both service and food have been consistently outstanding, not to mention a great value for the money. Gordon’s does it right, and does it consistently!
Best meal I’ve ever had. Thank you!
If EVER you’re on Whidbey Island (Freeland area) and you’re hungry…please treat yourself to a most spectacular dinning experience….the BEST I’ve ever enjoyed….Gordon’s on Blueberry Hill!!
Gordon offers gourmet quality dishes coupled with local produce and a presentation that appeals to the eye as well as the most developed pallet. As far as pricing goes, it’s about right when you look at the quality of the food you’re getting from this great Chef. Top end of all the other alternative choices Whidbey offers, but is still well worth the value compared to Seattle venues of this caliber.
If you are ever in Freeland, WA on Whidbey Island…. Eating here is a must! I guarantee you have never tasted anything like like it in your LIFE!
One of the best restaurants I’ve ever been to. The chef knows what he is doing, especially with the sauces.
We followed Gordon here from the restaurant he formerly cooked at- because we LOVE his cooking.
Gordon’s on Blueberry Hill ~ 5438 Woodard Ave, Freeland, WA. (360) 331-7515 – Call for Reservations
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