On December 15, local community radio station KDHX officially makes its long-anticipated move from its Magnolia Avenue studios to the Larry J. Weir Center of Independent Music in Grand Center. The $3.25 million project features a cafe, listening room, brand new state-of-the-art studios and two floor ... More >>
The rooms where music is made and experienced affect everything from the sound of the instruments to the mood of the people in them. Each week in Space Explorer, Brian Heffernan will tell you about a different room with significance to St. Louis music. It's a nice way to start a weekend. "Nice" i ... More >>
KDHX (88.1 FM) celebrated its 25th anniversary on Sunday at the Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood. We went; we heard music, we ate pretzel-encrusted chicken, we got buttons that said "Music Lovers for KDHX" (duh) and "Dancers for KDHX" (irony is great!), we bought a t-shirt that said "Aggressively I ... More >>
Community radio station KDHX announced today that it's moving its base of operations to 3524 Washington Boulevard. That's the location last occupied by the second iteration of the Creepy Crawl, which closed in December 2008. According to a press release, the station was gifted the building "t ... More >>
Sara Finke/KDHXOfficially, Larry Weir was the longtime operation manager at KDHX (88.1 FM) and host of the program "Songwriters Showcase," which brought some of the best singer-songwriters to the attention of discerning St. Louisans. Unofficially, he was the station's guiding spirit, a constant, ... More >>
Note: This post updated here.Talk show hosts at KDHX (88.1 FM) are meeting tonight at a south St. Louis home to discuss upcoming programming changes at the community radio station (and perennial RFT Best of St. Louis winner).The impromptu gathering comes three days before the hosts are supposed to m ... More >>
Doesn't that dude like anything?
Mark Bluestein and Jason Harris hope to turn St. Louis cinema buffs on to their irreverent talk show
Wait no more: Unreal's presidential-candidate endorsements are in; plus we lament the loss of "Poetry Beat," check in with the lads at Sanford-Brown and wonder if we can get a direct line to God
Week of December 24, 2003
The Lou's public-access channel gets spiffy new digs, and you're invited to check 'em out
Cronyism! Nepotism! Backstabbing! Secrecy! So that's why they call it "community radio"!
While we're at it, let's debate the future of Double Helix Television
Double Helix Celebrity BBQ smokes
Washington University student radio station wants to make a change -- but is KWMU-FM standing in the way?
Washington University's KWUR-FM seeks to upgrade its signal but is getting opposition from an unlikely source
KDHX-FM searches for new morning voices and targets a wider audience
Beatle Bob has been on a one-man dance marathon, bop-bop-bopping all over town. But why?
Published the week of February 16
Sampling the glories of diner cuisine