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14th Amendment on Crosscurrents 7/28

14th Amendment on Crosscurrents 7/28

We hope you can join our “due process” on the air with “equal protection” of music on Crosscurrents, 7/28 at 8 a.m.
Ernest Hemingway on Crosscurrents 7/21

Ernest Hemingway on Crosscurrents 7/21

“Old Man And The Sea” author, Ernest Hemingway, was born July 21st 1899, and would later receive the Pulitzer Prize and Nobel literary medal.…

Bastille Day on Crosscurrents 7/14

Bastille Day on Crosscurrents 7/14

Revolutionary citizens and troops stormed the Bastille fortress prison on July 14th 1789 signifying the start of the French Revolution.  Gavin and Wyatt commemorate…

Stormy Weather on 7/9

Stormy Weather on 7/9

Tonight on Stormy Weather– Katie B’s Family Playlist. For tonight’s show, Katie solicited favorite tunes from her five younger siblings reminiscent of their growing…

Sliced bread on Crosscurrents 7/7

Sliced bread on Crosscurrents 7/7

The first pre-sliced and wrapped loaf of bread, packaged by the Chillicothe Baking Company, arrived in stores on July 7, 1928…

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Niagara Falls Crossing on Crosscurrents, 6/30

Niagara Falls Crossing on Crosscurrents, 6/30

Charles Blondin gained acrobat fame as a funambulist (rope walker) on this date in 1859 when he…

Typewriter day on Crosscurrents 6/23

Typewriter day on Crosscurrents 6/23

A patent for the invention called the Sholes & Glidden “type-writer” was granted on this date in…

Stan Laurel on Crosscurrents 6/16

Stan Laurel on Crosscurrents 6/16

Born Arthur Stanley Jefferson, on this date in 1890, Stanley “Stan” Laurel, was an English comedian, writer, film director, and…

Juneau Symphony on KRNN Sunday at 3 p.m.

Juneau Symphony on KRNN Sunday at 3 p.m.

If you miss the Saturday concert, or want to enjoy the music again, tune in to KRNN on…

Lidice Lives on Crosscurrents 6/9

Lidice Lives on Crosscurrents 6/9

The small Czech village of Lidice was brutally burned and buried as the village men, women, and…

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