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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.

40th Annual Alaska Folk Festival Highlights – 12-10-14

Tune in to KRNN (102.7 FM or on line via ktoo.org) this Wednesday evening at 7 for two hours of highlights from this year’s Alaska … more

Mary Queen of Scots on Crosscurrents, 12/8

Mary Queen of Scots on Crosscurrents, 12/8A life of regal romance and political plots would end in the imprisonment and execution of the Queen of Scotland, Mary Stuart born on this day in 1542.

Antarctic Treaty on Crosscurrents, 12/1

Antarctic Treaty on Crosscurrents, 12/1Gavin and Wyatt review the fine print of the south pole agreement while John researches the music library for south-land country rock.

Hawaii’s poet laureate Kealoha to perform this weekend

Hawaii’s poet laureate Kealoha to perform this weekendHawaii's poet laureate Kealoha is in Juneau to perform and teach with Woosh Kinaadeiyí and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council.

Origin of Species on Crosscurrents, 11/24

Origin of Species on Crosscurrents, 11/24Charles Darwin proposed the theory of “natural selection” in his pioneering scientific book “On the Origin of Species” which was published on this date in 1859.

Holiday Specials

Holiday SpecialsKTOO, KRNN and 360 North will have special programs to celebrate the holidays.

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.