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Lightfoot on Crosscurrents, 11/17

Lightfoot on Crosscurrents, 11/17The baritone singer who writes songs on his 12-string guitar, Gordon Lightfoot, was born on this date in 1938, attaining iconic status in Canadian folk-country music.

Sesame Street on Crosscurrents, 11/10

Sesame Street on Crosscurrents, 11/10Teaching a generation of children the alphabet and how to count along with receiving eight Grammys and 159 Emmys, “Sesame Street” premiered via public television on this date in 1969.

Tideline – 11-5-14

Tideline – 11-5-14

Warm up this evening with Katie B’s post-election/daylight savings Stormy Weather, 9-11 p.m. TONIGHT. Katie features national and local artists; new music with room for … more

Laika dog on Crosscurrents, 11/3

Laika dog on Crosscurrents, 11/3A stray dog Laika from the streets of Moscow was the first animal to orbit Earth on this day in 1957.

Take Five – 1/2/14

Take Five – 1/2/14

Tune in to KRNN Sunday night at 7 for Take Five, with Robert Sewell. Tonight’s 5 by 5 profile is of Jason Caputo, guitarist extraordinaire!more

Take Five on Sunday night KRNN

Take Five on Sunday night KRNNTake-5 ... and artist Tony Tengs

T.Roosevelt on Crosscurrents, 10/27

T.Roosevelt on Crosscurrents, 10/27Gavin and Wyatt join Theodore outside his home in New York while John finds music inside the library at KRNN.

The White House on Crosscurrents, 10/13

The White House on Crosscurrents, 10/13The White House cornerstone was laid on this date in 1792 leading to a design by architect James Hoban.

14th Amendment on Crosscurrents 7/28

14th Amendment on Crosscurrents 7/28We 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.