Little Raleigh Radio , an open-source radio station with a hyper-local focus is coming to Downtown Raleigh.
Come play DJ with us in an online music room dedicated to North Carolina music.
WKNC has made it to the top 10 list of best college radio stations in the country.
Veelee, Motor Skills and Cassis Orange are on tap for Tir Na Nog and WKNC’s Local Band Local Beer night for Thursday September 23rd.
Annuals and What Laura Says play Harris Field on Wednesday, for free. UPDATE: Annuals have canceled and What Laura Says will headline with Bright Young Things opening.
Considering all the conversation about Live Nation’s choices of booking the new Downtown Raleigh Amphitheater, we decided to ask around and see what everyone else was thinking.
Two great nights of music to benefit one of the best radio stations in the area.
Moving on to the next annual music fest of the year.
Flying Tiger Sound, the Annual’s label, Terpsikhore, and WKNC team up to make something special.
Get ready for an aural sensation this Thursday, June 18 when Tir Na Nog and WKNC host Citified (pictured) and Gray Young at the Local Beer Local Band weekly feature. Admission is FREE, and enjoy draft specials on North Carolina brews. . .
Hanging up the headphones and taking his pension to a deckchair in Costa Rica.
My faith in systems, political, economic, religious, has been over the years largely eroded away. Presidents, Popes and Plutocrats. Paah! So 9/10. A dimming ember of interest in the piddly, jittery pond of humans, save what we inflict upon this home of ours, this fragile world, has led me back to a renewed, always humbling study of geology, put on the back burner apres my undergraduate years at NCSU and a general requirement class, Rocks for Jocks it was called, conducted in a cavernous lecture hall by Dr. Victor Cavaroc, an ironic and wise sort imbued of the patience perfect for a geologist. [Below the fold, Tuesday’s inauguration becomes embedded in the sedimentary layers of time.]
Seriously. It is.