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Mutiny on the Crosscurrents – 4/28/14

Mutiny on the Crosscurrents – 4/28/14

On the morning of April 28th 1789, the crew of HMS Bounty rebelled against their Captain Bligh.  The “Mutiny on the Bounty” is re-enacted by … more

Tonight on Strings Attached – 4/21/14

Tonight, the Strings Attached radio show at 9 pm on KRNN-FM will have guest artist Josh Lockhart in the studio to do an acoustic set … more

John Muir on Crosscurrents 4/21

John Muir on Crosscurrents 4/21

The wilderness and geology explorer John Muir was born on April 21st 1838, and would become an influential naturalist and conservationist advocate.  Gavin and … more

Pony Express on Crosscurrents – 4/14/14

Pony Express on Crosscurrents – 4/14/14

Near midnight on April 14, 1860, the first mail bag was delivered by the Pony Express to San Francisco from Missouri after ten days gallop.  … more

40th Annual Alaska Folk Festival!

Tune in to every concert of the 40th Annual Alaska Folk Festival, Monday – Sunday. Evening concerts begin at 7 and Afternoon concerts begin at Noon … more

Pony Express on Crosscurrents 4/14

Pony Express on Crosscurrents 4/14Even if you are not a pony rider, you can join the Pony Express celebration by being a radio listener to Crosscurrents, 4/14 at 8 a.m.

Wordsworth on Crosscurrents 4/7

Wordsworth on Crosscurrents 4/7You can join the Romantic movement by listening to the Wordsworth birthday party on Crosscurrents, 4/7 at 8 a.m.

Descartes on Crosscurrents 3/31

Descartes on Crosscurrents 3/31Join John as he attempts to confirm his existence while thinking of music to play on Crosscurrents, 3/31 at 8 a.m.

Tideline 3/31

Tideline 3/31Today’s featured artists include some SXSW artists, Harrison B., Neko Case, Lydia Loveless and as always, your old favorites.

Bayou land deal on Crosscurrents 3/10

Bayou land deal on Crosscurrents 3/10You are invited to celebrate the Louisiana Purchase and join John as he plays music from the Cajun Bayou on Crosscurrents, 3/10 at 8 a.m.