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Sam Phillips on Crosscurrents, 1/5 

Sam Phillips on Crosscurrents, 1/5 The careers of many rhythm, blues, and boogie musicians were launched via the unique recording studio Sun Records - founded by Sam Phillips who was born on this date in 1923.

2014 Review on Crosscurrents, 12/29

2014 Review on Crosscurrents, 12/29It is time to take the plunge into 2015 as it is just off shore.

Lincoln Tunnel on Crosscurrents, 12/22

Lincoln Tunnel on Crosscurrents, 12/22Connecting midtown Manhattan and Weehawken, New Jersey, with nearly 42 million vehicles per year - the Lincoln Tunnel was opened for traffic on this day in 1937.

Paul Winter Solstice Celebration – 12/22/14

Paul Winter Solstice Celebration – 12/22/14

Celebrate the return of the sun and the warming of the heart with Paul Winter’s All New 34th Winter Solstice Celebration. On the darkest night more

Worl skates into the Burke Museum

Worl skates into the Burke MuseumThe Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle recently opened an exhibit called “Here and Now: Native Artists Inspired.”

Spotlight Concerts – 12-17-14

Tune in to KRNN on Wednesday as KRNN brings you a series of Alaskan singer/songwriters, recorded live in the @360 Studios, and feature some of more

The flavor of real: Ishmael Hope’s “The Courtesans of Flounder Hill”

The flavor of real: Ishmael Hope’s “The Courtesans of Flounder Hill”Ishmael Hope's first book of poetry titled “Courtesans of Flounder Hill” will be released Sunday.

Alan Freed on Crosscurrents, 12/15

Alan Freed on Crosscurrents, 12/15“Rock And Roll” was accepted into music vocabulary in part from the work of a Cleveland disc jockey named Alan Freed born on this day in 1921.

Stormy Weather – 12-10-14

Stormy Weather – 12-10-14

The top music lists of 2014 are being released all over the place. Tune in for Katie B.’s Top Tunes of 2014 Wed. December 10 … more

Time to hit the streets for December First Friday

Time to hit the streets for December First FridayIt's finally here! The biggest First Friday gallery walk of the year.