Can music help to heal old wounds in a community that’s become synonymous with racial unrest? A group of 60 local singers thinks so.
Nearly 40 years ago attorney Harry Swanger moved to St. Louis and attended an Easter Parade in his Compton Heights neighborhood.
KDHX Chief Engagement Officer Kelly Wells talks about how experimentation and listening to the community led to the development of the Discovery Series.
Fittingly for its last game, three members of the KDHX Mutiny 8th grade soccer team did not show up. One had a legitimate excuse, a track meet. Another sent numerous text messages asking the time of the game and saying he'd be there, but cryptically did not show. A third sent a text simply saying he had decided to go swimming instead.
KDHX loves and supports the arts in Missouri, and we need your help to ensure that funding through the Missouri Arts Council will continue.
It may not quite feel like it, but spring really is just around the corner. It's been a long, icy winter, and KDHX is as eager as anyone to jump into the beautiful change of seasons in St. Louis. Help make this a spring to remember by supporting your favorite radio station, 88.1 KDHX, during our upcoming Spring Membership Drive.
KDHX has just completed our Fall 2010 Membership Drive! We would like to thank everyone who donated to KDHX, as well as all of the DJs and volunteers who made the drive a success.
KDHX ambassadors Thomas Crone (host of Silver Tray) and Megan Dougherty (Production Assistant) took the mission of KDHX to the county this summer. The St. Louis County Public Library system hosted six podcast classes at different branch locations in the area. The classes were aimed at kids in their early teens, who focused on reviewing their favorite books for the library's Web site. Participants learned how to record and edit their own voices, how to post the file to the Internet and a bit of background on KDHX.