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  • Election day

    The dominating significance of the mid-term American legislative elections just finished has been the occasion's dramatic confirmation of the corruption of the American electoral system. This has two elements, the first being its money corruption,...
  • Scott McKenzie thrilled with new contract

    Scott McKenzie thrilled with new contract
    What does Scott McKenzie have to say about his new, multi-year contract with MIX 105.1? "I'm thrilled that CBS Radio, MIX 105.1 and the listeners have given me another chance to work out the bugs and get this radio thing right," McKenzie told me...
  • Catholic radio expands in L.A. with 93 KHJ

    Catholic radio expands in L.A. with 93 KHJ
    Back in the glory days of Top 40 radio, 93 KHJ was the king, home to the latest hits and big audiences, not to mention famed DJs Sam Riddle, Robert W. Morgan and the Real Don Steele. But beginning this month, KHJ became the latest in a growing number of...
  • Q-and-A with Garrison Keillor, coming to Newport News this month

    Q-and-A with Garrison Keillor, coming to Newport News this month
    Garrison Keillor, the raconteur and radio host who has invited America into his life at Lake Wobegon, will be coming to The Ferguson Center in Newport News next week for a night of storytelling. Keillor, whose iconic radio show "A Prairie Home...
  • A Farewell to the Soul of Cream, Jack Bruce

    Clapton might be God, but there was no Cream without Jack Bruce. He sang most of the songs. If he'd found his Delaney Bramlett, maybe he too would be a household name instead of a footnote. That's right, Clapton had the instincts, but it was Bramlett who...
  • Bill Simmons publicly blasts ESPN -- again

    ESPN analyst Bill Simmons, who was recently reinstated after a profane on-air rant in which he dared his bosses to reprimand him, is publicly attacking ESPN again by blasting "Mike & Mike." Simmons took to Twitter on Thursday afternoon -- on which he...
  • ALMA telescope spies a planetary system in process of being born

    ALMA telescope spies a planetary system in process of being born
    With amazing clarity, astronomers have spied a solar system in the act of being born. At the center is HL Tau, an infant star that is believed to be no more than 1 million years old. It is surrounded by hazy, concentric rings of material that scientists...
  • 'Kindie rock' queen Laurie Berkner, coming to Bethlehem, expands her empire

    Ten years ago, Laurie Berkner was crowned the queen of "kindie rock" — indie music performed for children. The former preschool teacher's rise was fueled by her music videos, which in 2004 started running on Noggin, a kids TV channel now known...
  • Lake Wobegon meets Newport News

    Lake Wobegon meets Newport News
    When Garrison Keillor launched his radio show more than 40 years ago, he had modest aspirations. After all, the idea of a man spinning homespun yarns (partly autobiographical, partly apocryphal) and producing old-fashioned radio serials (partly satire,...
  • Radio's Sid Rosenberg throws party - for himself

    Radio's Sid Rosenberg throws party - for himself
    Not many radio personalities throw a second anniversary party for themselves, but Sid Rosenberg had a pretty good reason to celebrate Friday night. A recovering alcoholic lives one day at a time, not even thinking as far as year No. 3. The morning...
  • Barbara J. Smith-Cox, radio news director

    Barbara J. Smith-Cox, radio news director
    Barbara J. Smith-Cox, news director of WNAV-AM in Annapolis who established a local chapter of Sisters Network, an African-American breast cancer survivors group, died of a cardiac arrest Nov. 14 at her Arnold home. She was 55. "I am greatly saddened by...