February 2016

Third Thursday Cafe - Obsidian's Dream February 18

February 23, 2016 - 7:00pm -- ron

Blake Delaney (with microphone) interviews members of Obsidian's Dream at the recent Third Thursday Cafe live broadcast event. Eric "Bert" Carlson (left) seems interested in what Tood and Fook are doing, Chris "Shaggy" Zeitler moves to confront the cameraman, while Todd Robert Cumming (drums) and Mike "Fook" Larrew (guitar) have spotted a Fook Bomb on stage with them.It was successfully defused while the others were interviewed.

Third Thursday Cafe will return to KHOI (410 Douglas Ave., Ames) on March 17 at 6:30 PM to feature the Ames-based Shoegaze band, Liana. Please join us as part of the live studio audience.

Lunch with Eagles

February 11, 2016 - 3:00pm -- ron

Bring lunch to have your Lunch with Eagles, Friday February 12 11:00 AM – 1:00PM, 2100 Fleur Drive, Grays Lake, Des Moines.

    Eagle Expo Saturday February 13
  • Saturday outdoor eagle viewing, replica nest, live eagle indoors 10:00 PM – 3:00 PM 6th Ave. bridge, Fellowship Baptist Church 1503 SE 6th St, Des Moines, Iowa
  • There will be children’s activities and the event is free and open to the public
  • For more information call: (515) 248-6369

KHOI brings National coverage for Iowa Caucuses

February 1, 2016 - 7:00pm -- ron

Monday February 1, 2016
7:00 PM - until results come in

Tune in to 89.1 FM on Caucus night for information and caucus results, along with regional and national voices sharing the night's experiences and offering responses and analysis as Iowa sets the tone for the national presidential nomination process. KHOI reporters will also be situated at caucuses around the state and party celebrations for each candidate in Des Moines to report on-the-spot live coverage.

KHOI is teaming up with Pacifica Radio Network to deliver live national coverage. The broadcast will be hosted from the KHOI broadcast studios. The audio will go to Berkeley, California (with the help of Pacifica Technical staff in Texas and New York), where KPFA - Pacifica will up-link the program to the Pacifica Network's satellite. Approximately 200 community radio stations access the satellite.