YOUR DONATION MATCHED WED & THURS, Special Free Pile, Live Music, SOA Watch
There are only three days left in our once-a-year marathon fund drive. And there’s never been a better time to give: All donations to the station on Wednesday (11/14) and Thursday (11/5) will be matched by an anonymous donor!
More than ever, local and independent media must be protected. Working together, we can continue to amplify local and underrepresented voices, build stronger communities, and ensure there’s a place on the dial where real people and real news matter.
Plus we’ve got some great prizes, premiums (including our first ever fleece hat!) and lots of special programming coming up in the next few days (see below)!
A Special Free Pile
Andrea returns to the studio for a very special Free Pile. Fans bemoan her hiatus every day, so get it while you can.
Photo: Thomas Flickr
Johnny Dowd LIVE
Rocket Morton Show
7-9 Ithaca legend Johnny Dowd will rock the airwaves with Mike Edmondson LIVE in Studio B on the fabulous Rocket Morton Show.
The second episode of the Loneliness Project will air on WRFI News. This collaboration with WRFI, the Ithaca Voice, the Cornell Daily Sun, and Park Scholars Program at Ithaca College digs deep into why young people on college campuses feel lonelier than ever.
Photo: Flavio Spugna Flickr
Chimes of Bayonets
for a Thread
On Searching For A Thread with Dusty Visions hear a live studio B performance from local post-punkers Chimes of Bayonets. Their dynamic punch, lean angular attack and interweaving post-punk approach already calls to mind June Of 44, Polvo and Unwound.
HRSJP Live from
School of the America's Watch
Ute Ritz Deutch will be calling in live to The Human Rights and Social Justice Program from the School of the America’s Watch where she’ll be taking in a vigil at the Eloy Immigrant Detention Center with hundreds of others standing in solidarity with those working for justice and peace throughout the Americas.
Image: Val Kerry Flickr
Park Doing on
Out to Hunch
Kelly C of Out to Hunch hosts special guest: Park Doing of the Atomic Forces, playing electronic and experimental folk music. Doing has recently toured with indie rock giants Guided by Voices. His music is based on American folklore, roots and the age old tradition of protest songs.
Photo: Kat Dalton