KDHX just got a big step closer to its future with a $450,000 grant from the Kresge Foundation. The radio station is moving into the building at 3524 Washington Avenue. In addition to consolidating the station's operations to one place, the station's new home will have a 125-seat venue and cafe. T ... More >>
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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 >>
Earlier this year, long-time KDHX programmer/operations manager Larry Weir passed away. The radio station will present a memorial concert at the Sheldon Concert Hall on Sunday, September 12. Acts scheduled to perform include Terry Allen, Katy Moffatt and Andrew Hardin, Fats Kaplin and Kristi ... 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 >>
Larry Weir A sad follow-up to my blogpost from Monday: Larry Weir of KDHX passed away earlier this morning. He was 57. Always smiling, always patient, Weir was a fixture at the KDHX studios, and affected all who worked for (or have volunteered for) the station. Funeral and visitation informat ... More >>
Larry WeirOn New Year's Eve, KDHX programmer Larry Weir, who hosts the Sunday show "Songwriters Showcase," fell at a New Year's Eve party. Upon being taken to the hospital, his condition degenerated rapidly and suddenly. He's currently on a ventilator with a severe brain injury, and things ar ... More >>
Cronyism! Nepotism! Backstabbing! Secrecy! So that's why they call it "community radio"!