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Thesis Thursday- Biology Brilliance

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More UBRP  this week on Thesis Thursday! University of Arizona Biological Research Program Sophomore Poorva Rajguru talks to Cathy about biology and the wonders of tilomeres. While she’s still figuring out what she wants to do with her career, she did however promise to hopefully come back to KXCI as a senior. Later, we get… Read more »

Thesis Thursday Double Major 10/2/2014

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In today’s “Thesis Thursday” Cathy interviews Judith Menzel. This senior at the University of Arizona has high hopes as she not only tackles molecular biology, but also linguistics. Hear her voice her and love for both subjects, which major she’s focusing on now, and what she plans to do with these skills after college.  Later,… Read more »

Lisa Krikawa for KXCI!

Lisa Krikawa, owner of Krikiwa Jewelry, shares her support and enthusiasm for KXCI. Thank you, Lisa, for taking the time to help KXCI with your kind words about our great community and 91.3 FM KXCI Community Radio.

Richard Oseran for KXCI!

Richard Oseran, owner of Club Congress, shares his passion and support for 91.3 FM KXCI Community Radio! Thanks so much for your kinds words, Richard!

Renee Kreager for KXCI Radio

Here is the first in a series of KXCI testimonials produced produced by Rusty Boulet-Stephenson and Charles Alfred Brown. Special thanks to Renee Kreager of Renee’s Organic Oven for her kind words about KXCI. Naim Amor’s brilliant song Creole is used by permission.

Mavis Staples Interview with Duncan Hudson

Mavis Staples spoke with Duncan Hudson ahead of her Friday, September 5th Fundraising show. Tickets are still available at FoxTucson.com. 75 year young living legend Mavis Staples told us about her latest projects. Originally broadcast on the Home Stretch Wednesday, September 3rd.

Mavis Staples Track w/ North Mississippi All-Stars

Enjoy a NEW Mavis Staples track (joined with another of our favorites, the North Mississippi All-Stars!) as an appetizer to Friday night’s KXCI fundraising concert at the Fox. Tickets at FoxTucson.com and 520-547-3040 for a chance to see this legendary voice of soul, R&B, blues and gospel – all in support of Your Community Radio.

Join us for $5 Friday, This Friday, August 15th- 7am-7pm

Our first ever $5 Friday is a one day on air fundraising extravaganza guaranteed to increase support for KXCI! KXCI 91.3FM is pleased to announce our first “$5 Friday” for August 15th, when listeners who are not yet members will be encouraged to join the station with a $5 per month sustaining membership gift, and… Read more »

Testing Testing Testing- Amplify KXCI Update

For the past 2 weeks, our engineers, electricians, and tower climbers have been hard at work installing our new transmitter and antenna and making all of the necessary corrections and modifications. Preliminary testing indicates success. We still have more testing to do, and filing with the FCC. Thanks to the hundreds of people who have… Read more »

KXCI House Rockin’ Blues Review with Lazy Lester

August 8 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm El Casino Ballroom KXCI’s annual House Rockin’ Blues Review is August 8th at El Casino Ballroom. 7pm doors, 8pm show time! Blues hall of famer Lazy Lester headlines the show, along with Dave Riley and Bob Corritore, The Rhythm Room All Stars, Tom Walbank, and Michael P…. Read more »

KXCI Stonewall Day Programming 2014

Tune into 91.3fm or kxci.org this Friday, June 27th as we commemorate the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising with special programming from 7am until 7pm. KXCI will celebrate the achievements and goals of the modern gay right’s movement with great music throughout the day from LGBTQ artists and their allies. Members of the community… Read more »

KXCI Earth Day Programming 2014

Following is a brief synopsis each segment of KXC’s special Earth Day Programming April 22, 2014 1) Backyard Chickens Interview with Elizabeth Reeves and her 9 year old daughter Lucia, who goes to Borton School, about the basics of having Backyard Chickens in Ye Ol’ Tucson. Find out how easy it is + why it’s… Read more »

KXCI Reprises Local Black History Month Recordings

Community Radio 91.3 KXCI Tucson is pleased to reprise our recordings from 2010 with Delta SigmaTheta Sorority,Inc. and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. to celebrate the achievements, culture, contributions and history of local African Americans.  From February 1 through February 26, KXCI will be broadcasting Black History Month Features twice daily.   More than 15… Read more »

SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO PETE SEEGER on Ruby’s Roadhouse

SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO PETE SEEGER on Ruby’s Roadhouse Saturday, Feb.1  12noon – 2pm Please join Ruby this Saturday from 12-2 as she pays tribute to folk-singer Pete Seeger, who died this past week at the age of 94. An activist, humanist, crusader, singer-songwriter and musical icon for over 60 years, Seeger did not hesitate to… Read more »

Martin Luther King Day 2014 Tucson Events

Martin Luther King Day is Monday, January 20th and Tucson commemorates it in many different ways. Here at 91.3 KXCI Tucson on Monday, January 20th be sure to tune in for great music from the civil rights struggle, guest djs, community voices and segments of Dr. Martin Luther Kings Speeches from 7am to 6pm. Below… Read more »

KXCI Top 100 of 2013 and DJ’s top picks of 2013

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Scroll down to see many DJ’s favorite releases of 2013 and KXCI’s Top 100 at the end. ————– The Party of Special Things to Do – Team Mauzy Top releases of 2013 (in no particular order) Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band – Take Me To the Land of Hell Chelsea Light Moving – S/T Man… Read more »

Looking for KXCI on iTunes?

Looking for KXCI on iTunes? KXCI 91.3 can be found in your iTunes Library in the “Eclectic” Category, which can be found in the “Internet” selection in your iTunes Library, which is nested under the “Music” category of your iTunes Library. Music>Internet>Eclectic.If you are already iTunes savvy, this should be a breeze for you. If… Read more »

David N. Gibbs: First Do No Harm

David N. Gibbs: First Do No Harm- A Critique of Modern Military Humanitarian Intervention Our guest today on 30 Minutes is David N. Gibbs, Professor of History at the University of Arizona. His most recent book is First Do No Harm: Humanitarian Intervention and the Destruction of Yugoslavia. Professor Gibbs describes NATO’s intervention in Yugoslavia,… Read more »

Jeb Schoonover Joins Ruby’s Roadhouse for Country Crossroads

Jeb Schoonver was KXCI Community Radio Promotions Director at the station in the late 80′s. He also had a weekly radio show called the Country Crossroads. So in honor of this special occasion he will be sitting in on Ruby’s Roadhouse with his friend and host Carol Anderson (pictured here with me and station founder… Read more »

Electric Feel Celebrates KXCI’s 30th Anniversary

For this special edition of Electric Feel radio on Friday December 6th, 2013, we celebrate the 30th anniversary of KXCI.  On this date 30 years ago, KXCI first hit the airwaves with a mission to bring Tucson an alternative to the usual sounds heard on the radio.  We are proud to continue the tradition today,… Read more »

KXCI & Maker House Concert Series

            Join us on Wednesday, October 2 for the inaugural event of the KXCI/Maker House Concert Series with Sabra Faulk and Heather Hardy. Kaia Chesney opens the show at the Historic Bates Mansion now known as the Maker House, 283 N Stone Ave. Tickets are $12 for the general public… Read more »

Your hard-working KXCI staff cuttin’ a rug

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Your hard-working KXCI staff cuttin’ a rug. Sort of. Featuring Amanda, Cathy, Duncan, Michelle and Randy. Help us keep on dancing with YOUR pledge of support right now online or call 520-623-1000 between 7am and 8pm.

Fall Membership Drive 2013

Campaign update: As of noon Friday we have raised more than $102,000 our way to $120,000. We are less than 15% of the way to our goal! KXCI is in our Fall Membership Drive. We would love your support for our brand of non-commercial, community radio! Please make a tax-deductible gift to support the station… Read more »