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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    Clone Wars returns for a fourth season. Plus, porn for type nerds and reruns of Dylan's radio show.
      and spins an hour’s worth of awesomely obscure tunes around it. His little monologues are priceless, too — Hemingway-esque in their brevity, and deadpan funny. He hasn’t cut any new shows since 2009, but he did create 100 episodes. What’s new is that Sirius/XM Radio now has a 24-hour Theme Time Radio Hour channel on its Internet lineup (Ch.
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  • The Sound of Goodbye
  • The Sound of Goodbye

    The longtime host of Sound Space leaves for bold new adventures.
      There was an open bottle of red wine that was making the rounds, and a selection of Chinese take-out in those distinctive little cardboard boxes but, Norvel Trosst insisted, Sunday night in the KPBX control room was just like any other late-night shift during his 20 years at the station.
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  • Voice Man
  • Voice Man

    National Public Radio icon Carl Kasell talks news, books and magic tricks.
      to write good news, you need to read a lot of good journalism. You need to stay on top of the stories. To be a good writer, you need to be a good reader. As far as reading books, that would be up to the individual. I think that you’ll learn something from any book you read.
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  • More Support, Not Less
  • More Support, Not Less

    The debate over federal funding for NPR ignores the void being left by corporate media.
      love that piece and spent the next 10 minutes or so enjoying the full, long version of the song. Is any commercial radio station likely to play “Bolero”? Is any commercial radio station likely to play a 10-minute version of any song? Not bloody likely, as they like to put it on Masterpiece Theater.
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  • Tale of Two Stations
  • Tale of Two Stations

    Two nonprofit radio stations in Spokane are dogged by controversies.
      Last fall, during the fundraising campaign, “it” was National Public Radio’s sudden firing of analyst Juan Williams and the public outcry that followed. (Williams had admitted that seeing Muslim garb at the airport made him nervous.) And more recently, just before Spokane Public Radio’s spring.
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  • Seven-Year Itch
  • Seven-Year Itch

    Spokane's community radio station is seven years old. Have you tuned in yet?
      A sticker on the window reads, “don’t trust corporate media.” The combination of Free Tibet stickers, tapestries and mounds of CDs is everything you’d expect from a public radio station. All that’s missing is a birthday cake. This year, KYRS Thin Air Community Radio celebrates seven years of broadcasting as a low-power FM radio station.
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  • Tuning in
  • Tuning in

    Don’t be alarmed at the eavesdropper at the end of the bar this weekend. That’s just Tim Russell warming up.
      Keillor, 68 — novelist, blogger, anachronistic radio celebrity— has been chronicling the people and culture of his native Minnesota through novels and his beloved, fictional “News from Lake Wobegon” radio stories for decades. A gifted wordsmith and a masterly storyteller, he is the driving force behind public radio’s A Prairie Home Companion,.
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  • Free Radio, Spokane
  • Free Radio, Spokane

    As Spokane’s community radio station joins the big leagues, the underserved are about to get served
  • Loud and Clear

    Thin Air Radio celebrates its first year on the air
      Until recently, Thin Air Community Radio may have been the best thing happening in Spokane that nobody knew about. Think about it: a truly independent radio station in the wasteland of corporate broadcasting; it's a grab bag of music and pro
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