KNSJ 89.1 FM Presents “Political Spooks Halloween,” An Activist SD Benefit
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SAN DIEGO — KNSJ Radio invites the San Diego community to the World Beat Center Friday, Oct. 30th from 7:30pm — Midnight for a Political Costume Party to raise political awareness and funds to keep KNSJ 89.1 FM on the air. Tickets are $14.95 in advance until Oct. 29th and can be purchased at www.knsj.org. The ticket price will be $19 the day of the event.
Join us for a night of music, comedy, and prizes. There will be music, food, drinks (beer and wine), prizes for the best costumes, and a Donald Trump piñata!
Event details http://www.activistsandiego.org/node/5013
More information about KNSJ http://knsj.org/about-knsj/
KNSJ programming is a mix of local and nationally produced shows, serving San Diego with a Monday through Friday broadcast of the popular national shows “Democracy Now!” at 7am and 6pm, and the “Thom Hartmann Show” from Noon to 3pm. KNSJ continues to expand its local shows, and the community is invited to become involved in developing local programming. The station’s broadcast schedule is posted on www.knsj.org. If you cannot physically attend the event but would still like to support the station, KNSJ asks you to visit their website here http://knsj.org/donate/
About KNSJ’s “People Powered Radio”:
KNSJ Radio 89.1 FM, Descanso is a listener-supported, community-based, Non-Commercial Educational radio station of, by and for the richly diverse people in the San Diego border region. The mission of KNSJ is to Network for Social Justice by providing high quality radio for those people and viewpoints which have traditionally been excluded by the commercial media, especially those cultural, ethnic and social groups who have been historically marginalized.
It is estimated that one million San Diegans can listen to broadcasts in their cars or residences from the East toward Imperial County to San Diego and the border region. KNSJ is also streaming their broadcast online at www.KNSJ.org and can be heard using the free TuneIn app.