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Last Membership Drive at Magnolia

Thanks to everyone who has already donated to KDHX during this, our last membership drive at our Magnolia Avenue studios.  You came through handsomely this summer as we held a one-week on-air capital campaign and a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the buildout for the Larry J. Weir Center for Independent Media.  Thanks to your support we’re moving next month to Grand Center.

 

We will miss this 100-year old building, a converted bakery that has been our home for these last 25 years.  But we have simply outgrown the space there. 

 

With the Magnolia Café, The Stage at KDHX, new performance and production studios and two state-of-the-art air rooms, we will be so much better equipped to continue our role as the leader in independent music, media and arts in St. Louis.

 

Now we would like to close out our last membership drive at Magnolia with a bang and I need your help to do this.  Our semi-annual membership drives are what pay the ongoing operations here at KDHX.  You can call 314-664-3688 at any time until 1AM Sunday morning (The Back Country airs from 3-5PM CT on Saturday—I’m up against the Cards-Dodgers game and I’m a little nervous) to pledge your support or go to our secure website at www.kdhx.org and click on “donate now”.  Thanks so much for supporting independent media and we’ll see you soon in Grand Center. 

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