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This first edition of "Beginning to See the Light" launches what I hope will be a semi-regular series of things I have heard, read or saw that have sent me down a whole myriad of different musical journeys and probably have cost me a lot of time and money in the process. Who cares? I'm better off for it.

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Independent music is worth supporting. Independent media -- from local artists, to theatre, to the National Film Challenge -- is incredibly valuable. Independence from commercial and corporate influence is crucial in the year 2011.

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A native of St. Louis, bobEE Sweet has been broadcasting on 88.1 KDHX for a decade. His current show, Uncontrollable Urge, has been on air since 2006, and its host plans to keep on rocking for many more years.

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Take a break from your train of thought to find out about Nick Cowan’s show on 88.1 KDHX. Train of Thought airs Thursday night / Friday morning (depending on your lifestyle) from 3 a.m. – 5 a.m. Central.

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That’s right, on Friday, June 25, 5-7 a.m., original, 1967,  pre-format “cowboy FM” DJ Steve Rosen will be visiting 88.1 KDHX to sit in with Mark Hyken on Time Warp Radio.
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Wednesday, 09 June 2010 17:24

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Tune in to Positive Vibrations on 88.1 KDHX and streaming online at KDHX.org Saturday, May 29, 2010, when Michael Kuelker focuses on the music of Jamaica’s late, legendary Justin Hinds.
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Not only is Soundstage productions the only professional readers' theatre company in the Midwest, but it continues to improve its craft, never pausing to rest on its laurels. The current production, The Soundstage Radio Hour, features vintage scripts from episodes of "My Friend Irma", originally broadcast in 1947, and "The Romance of Helen Trent", originally aired in 1939. Anyone who feels that readers' theatre might be stale and boring is in for a pleasant surprise. The period costuming and pre-show antics from the cast even provide visual stimulation that is normally lacking in readers' theatre.

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With three albums now under their belt (their third, Infinite Arms, is due to be released on May 18), Band of Horses can play yearning and soaring anthems better than just about anyone in today’s music scene.
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Brian Owens

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Brian Owens is a american soul singer and songwriter from St. Louis. His new album Preach combines soulfull grooves, with soul touching Lyrics.. Preach is a well produced album that while speaking to the…

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