WKNC’s Radio Ride to Kick off Raleigh Beer Week

WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1 has partnered with Trophy Brewing to incorporate local beer and local music into its third annual Radio Ride. 

WKNC’s Radio Ride to Kick off Raleigh Beer Week is an alleycat-style bike ride and scavenger hunt that will take place on Sunday, Sept. 17 at Trophy Brewery and Taproom, 656 Maywood Avenue. Check-in opens at noon and the ride begins at 1 p.m.
Following the ride, WKNC and Trophy will celebrate the start of Raleigh Beer Week at 3 p.m. with a beer festival featuring Trophy brews and music by Stray Local, Blue Cactus, The Debonzo Brothers and propersleep.
For more information, visit WKNC.org.

Listeners tune in as WBRU tunes out

In the meantime, there may be a court challenge to the sale of WBRU. Attorney Don Wineberg of Chace, Ruttenberg & Freedman LLC said he has been hired by a group “close to the station” to block the sale. Wineberg said he is considering legal action based on the idea that donations given to WBRU over the years are not being used for their intended purpose.

It ended, for now at least, with these three songs: “This Must Be the Place” by the Talking Heads, then “1979″ by the Smashing Pumpkins, and finally “I Fell in Love with a Girl,” White Stripes.

At least one F-bomb dropped.

Then three or four minutes of static, then K-LOVE arrives with “What a Beautiful Name” from Hilltop Worship.

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CU Boulder’s Radio 1190: Counterculture on the airwaves

Whether you turn to us for new music, listen to your friends over the airwaves, or host a show yourself, Radio 1190 has something for you.

College radio goes far beyond broadcasting. It’s about counterculture, community and creativity. Volunteers help with audio production, art, journalism and way more, too, all the while earning hours toward becoming a DJ.

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Plus, the Radio Survivor podcast