Here’s the latest Local Voices from your local-media-hounds at KFUG! In this episode we feature the cool stuff happening at The Gallery of Arts and Culture in Crescent City. Check it out…tell a friend (or twelve!) and enjoy…

And remember, The Gallery of Arts and Culture is open seven days a week at 175 H Street in downtown Crescent City (across from the Post Office). You can call Barbara Burke at the Gallery at (707)464-4745, or stop by and spend some time with the art! It is, as Jon Parmentier says in the video, “a great place, gee whiz!”

  • Posted on 9. December 2013
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Here are some of the ads we’ve created for sponsors and underwriters at KFUG. These web-ready ads can reach thousands of customers via targeted marketing and social media; imagine your ad sent to everyone on your email list, or posted to all your Facebook friends. You can literally reach THOUSANDS of potential customers with just a few easy clicks…

  • Posted on 4. December 2013
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Local deathcore heavy metal gods Alder Camp came to the KFUG studios one Sunday afternoon during the Metal Mass show and BLEW THE FREAKIN’ WINDOWS OUT!!! These guys KICK ASS!!! Check out their set and the interview that follows…

  • Posted on 11. October 2013
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The Eastman Band came all the way from Eugene Oregon to ROCK Crescent City and support KFUG community radio! Thanks, guys!! Check out their first set…

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Mark Elmer and The Sofa Kings came from Portland Oregon to open the show at Shooters in Crescent City. Dig the set featuring KFUG’s own Dave Sweet beating on a box!

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Here it is…the second Local Voices from KFUG! We talk to Devon and Michelle from Vita Cucina about their eatery and their time cooking for scientists in Antarctica! We also check in with Red’s Drive In and their participation in the Project Drive In contest; and Barbara Burke hips us to the happenings in CC’s Gallery of Arts and Culture…

  • Posted on 27. August 2013
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They thought they were going on an innocent through the forest…little did they know that their every move was being watched by strange and terrible powers…

An original KFUGTV production, starring KFUGradio DJs Maddie and Zoe, in conjunction with TooMuchSpareTime Films. Skip to Terror, if you dare…

  • Posted on 13. March 2013
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Our first ever video production, from way back in 2012! The behind-the-scenes look at just what goes into a Lighthouse Repertory Production. And Willy (Michael Glore) was KFUGradio’s classical musicologist for a time…enjoy this piece, and support LRT!

  • Posted on 12. March 2013
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Here’s an 18 minute video featuring The Perry Russell Band–this time with drums and more lead guitar–performing 4 songs in the KFUG studios. More video’s will come from this awesome night. Enjoy!

  • Posted on 30. January 2013
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Here’s another video from The Perry Russell Band’s LIVE set on KFUGradio.com! This is an original tune, written by Scott Perry. Dig it, and tell ALL your friends!

  • Posted on 12. January 2013
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The Perry Russell Band (well, three-fifths of them, anyway) Came into the KFUG studios and dropped an acoustic set on the FUGHeads! We thank them wholeheartedly! This is an original song…if you’d like to book them, you can get in touch via Facebook. The Perry Russell Band on KFUGradio.com. Enjoy!

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Here it is! The premier of KFUGmedia’s first web-tv show: Crescent City’s Local Voices. We’ll be doing two of these shows a month in an effort to showcase the cool and interesting stuff all around us…check it out and give us your feedback.

In this FIRST Local Voices, Rick Wafler talks to Debbie Stover from Del Norte Office Supply, Jenny Young talks LRT’s Little Shop of Horrors, Jorge Gonzalez tells us about the indoor soccor league, and KFUG’s Josh Goodman remembers Glen’s Restaurant!

  • Posted on 14. November 2012
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