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Guitar Music
8:59 am
Mon March 9, 2015

Tiny Desk Concert Showcases A Guitar Quartet

A screenshot of the Dublin Guitar Quartet's Tiny Desk Concert at NPR.
Credit Tiny Desk Concerts / NPR

We know you love guitar music. From Classical Guitar Alive (Sunday mornings at 9), to Inland Folk (Saturdays, 11am-2pm), to the guitar solos and concertos our classical music hosts bring you throughout the days and evenings, Northwest Public Radio listeners warm to this ageless, genre-spanning instrument.

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Storytelling
8:20 am
Fri February 27, 2015

The Power Of Storytelling

The Dallas Street Choir dressed in one of their performing outfits.
Credit Mark Mullaney.

What stories do you tell? What stories could you be telling? On the occasion of National Public Radio's 45th birthday--celebrated this week--let's honor the power of storytelling. What stories could you tell about how music has affected your life?

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Station Announcements
10:46 am
Fri March 29, 2013

NPR Announces End of Talk Of The Nation

After 35 years at NPR, Neal Conan, has decided to step away from the grueling world of daily journalism

Like many of you, Northwest Public Radio learned on Friday morning that NPR will cease production of Talk Of The Nation with Neal Conan  at the end of June.  This announcement blindsided many public radio stations across the country, and leaves a significant gap in the weekday program schedule.

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Krulwich Wonders...
3:00 pm
Tue March 6, 2012

They Did It To Pluto, But Not To Pink! Please Not Pink!

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Originally published on Fri March 2, 2012 6:15 am

Pluto isn't a planet anymore. It's been demoted. Now it's pink's turn. I'm talking about the color pink. It turns out (and this is not a new development, it's just something I didn't know), there is no pink in a rainbow. It isn't there.

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