Corvus Ragman was spawned in the foothill town of Newcastle CA. As a child they roamed the countryside with their dog, Zelda, reading cosmic horror stories and pondering the ongoing existential crisis that is humanity. These interests culminated in a strong interest in the arts and humanities.
Corvus received a BA in Fine Art (minor in Sociology) from Humboldt State. During their time in Humboldt County, Corvus became involved in the local music scene, photographing performances, helping setup and run an all ages venue space, DJing radio shows, organizing meetings and generally being a community roadie. Since moving to Grass Valley two years ago Corvus has been heavily involved with KVMRx, their show Angry But Kind currently airs Friday 10pm-12am chugging heavy tunes while opening vulnerable dialogues.
We currently reside in a frightening present, moving toward an uncertain destiny as a species. These facts often make it difficult to rationalize planning a life. The individual is not on the hook for solving the many complex problems our world currently faces, but communities large and small are. This is why Corvus took the opportunity to step up their involvement within KVMR by applying for the board. The key is organizing to face our hurdles rather than individually crumple in the face of massive collapse and change.
KVMR is a vital voice not beholden to corporate overlords. Mainstream media is not covering the current crisis accurately, often not at all. KVMR is a bastion of free speech and will play a pivotal role in community organizing going forward. Corvus is just happy to be surrounded by so many selfless music fiends as we march inexorably forward. It gives hope. Ya gotta have hope!