What's Happening @ KVMR
For Joe McHugh, the kind of guy who's always got a story, it was 1977, he was busy being a back-to-the-land kind of guy in West Virginia, pretty afar of his native New Jersey roots, you'd say.
That's when he first picked up a fiddle.
We're not sure if he's ever put it back ...
A year ago, KVMR 89.5 FM volunteer broadcaster Laurie DesJardin had this idea to bring the three-part harmonies of Brother Sun all the way from the east coast to be the Nevada City radio station's first house concert in its brand new community room.
It was a rousing success, and even...
Okay, when folks say KVMR 89.5 FM broadcaster Randy McKean can be a little out there, well, after all, that was the purpose of his new music "The Outpost" radio series a bit earlier this century (2007-2013, to be exact).
Classical, experimental, jazz, improvisational, sure, but it also...
In an era of brutish, childish and highly polarized political behavior, a pair of upcoming public affairs programs demonstrates how KVMR 89.5 FM is working to cross the current political divide.
"While our reputation for being unabashedly progressive and definitely provocative is well...
It isn't every day you run into jousting knights, an enchanted forest, a talking pony, and, of course, a family of dysfunctional giants.
But to Joe McHugh, that's part of the beauty and creativity you can find in live radio theater, which is coming to the Nevada Theatre and a KVMR 89.5...
Here's your chance to become part of KVMR's volunteer broadcasting team.
With a full year in its new downtown Nevada City home under its belt, KVMR 89.5 FM is now preparing to greet its Class of 2016.
That's right, applications are now available for the non-commercial, eclectic...
They say time flies when you're having fun.
Well, that's certainly true at KVMR 89.5 FM, which celebrates the first birthday of its new building Thursday (Feb. 25) following 12 months that whizzed by with light year speed.
The move to the new KVMR building on Bridge Street....
Longtime native storyteller Johnny Moses will be decorating the KVMR Community Room this Saturday afternoon not only with folklore but with paintings, beadwork and other visual art.
Moses -- a Tulalip tribal member raised on the Northwest Coast of Vancouver Island -- has moved to this...
It isn't every day that someone in their mid-'80s decides to pick up a guitar and learn to play it.
And it's even rarer when, at 93, he makes his live radio debut playing his original songs.
But that's exactly what Tom Christison of Woodland will be doing next Tuesday (Feb. 16...
You may have heard that Michael Moore has been in the hospital with pneumonia.
Well, good news, As of Friday, Michael is at home recovering and doing well. If he's well enough, he will still appear live via Skype for Northern California premiere of his new movie, “Where To Invade Next.” ...