Station Announcements

Taking it to the STREETS, RONDO DAYS REMOTE BROADCAST

July 20th, 9AM-1:30 PM (Mostly Jazz, Rhythm and Grooves, & Collective Eye)

Thanks to all those who attended Taste of KFAI on Saturday, June 18 at the Ukrainian Event Center. The extremely successful inaugural event was well received by many people new to KFAI as well as current listeners and volunteers. The rainy day did not keep people from exploring the varied cultures, food and vendors representative of our station.

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KFAI’s Board of Directors, staff and volunteers extend immense thanks to the 120 donors who contributed $6,960.01 on Give To The Max Day! Thanks to each of you, KFAI exceeded last year’s total on Give To The Max Day. Special gifts will be given to the 90th and 106th donors.

On behalf of KFAI’s board of directors, volunteers, and staff, THANK YOU to the 1,025 listeners who pledged $89,700 to KFAI’s Spring Pledge Drive.

Thank you for your support during our Spring Pledge Drive. We raised a little over $80,000 from listeners during the drive.

KFAI raised nearly $108,000 during its fall pledge drive. Thanks to contributions from more than 1,200 new and returning members, it was one of the most successful drives in station history.

Thanks to everyone who called, walked in, or used the web to make a contribution during KFAI’s Spring Pledge Drive. With your help, we were able to exceed our goal of $100,000! KFAI’s largest contributors are you, listener members, so on behalf of the KFAI Board of Directors, staff and volunteers, thank you for making this drive a success!

Set your radio dial, computer, or intergalatic beamer to the  KFAI's Collective Eye, this Saturday from Noon- 1:30 pm, for a final celebration of International Women's Day. "and the ebb but reveals ME again" is an excerpt of a work from Zora Neale Hurston and seven illustrious women – Debra J. Stone, Lori-Young Williams, Amoke Kubat, Sha' Cage, Genesia Williams, Tish Jones and Beverly Cottman – will perform/read/create their individual interpretations of Hurston's work.

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