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Tana Hartman
· September 29, 2015
A local gem! WCOM is the voice of our community. Where else can we hear and/or speak about the truth of what's happening to our economy, our government, our climate, our lives? I love 103.5 lpfm!
Marc Lee
· December 4, 2016
We have some amazing shows on this station ranging from my blues show on Thursday to Jazz and Gospel shows and etc. And of course some great talk shows as well..
Matthew P. Clements
· April 18, 2016
WCOM is a huge asset disproportionate to the power of the signal. Get and stay involved with your community!
Valerie Whitted
· October 1, 2016
An eclectic collection of entertaining local hosts and what THEY feel!

Thursdays, starting at noon with the Creative Colorful People Show, is my favorite day to listen live. ...

Insight Out with Tana Thorne and Marc Lee doing blues make it destination radio. Good job!
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David Bellin
· November 8, 2015
our LOCAL community radio station, for people of all ages types and persuasions!
Matt Phillips
· June 25, 2016
everything community radio should be. proud of carrboro
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Tokyo Rosenthal live on the Revolution Starts Now on WCOM-LPFM 103.5
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Claudine Langille and Bob Vasile live on The Revolution Starts Now with @artmenius on WCOM-FM 103.5
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Live and local. Tokyo Rosenthal on WCOM 103.5 community radio You can support WCOM at www.wcomfm.org
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Lobby Call: Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project Revisited Alice Gerrard | The Durham Hotel https://thedurham.com/…/lobby-call-southern-folk-cultural-…/

Founded in 1966 by Anne Romaine and Bernice Johnson Reagon, SFCRP was a tour that took traditional musicians from black and white cultures on the road together to perform throughout the South at a time when this was considered controversial. Join us on the mezzanine at The Durham for photos and stor...
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Q and A with Carrboro's new communications manager, Rachel Heggen - The Daily Tar Heel http://www.dailytarheel.com/…/2…/02/qanda-rachel-heggen-0213

Rachel Heggen is the new communications manager for the town of Carrboro. Staff writer Spencer Carney spoke with her about her new role, her expectations and her past work. 
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Dedication of Public Art in Memory of Former Council Member Joe Herzenberg | Chapel Hill eNews | Town of Chapel Hill, NC http://www.townofchapelhill.org/…/Compone…/News/News/12054/…

Learn more about PTA Thrift Shop’s ‘YouthWorx on Main’ at Thursday open house | The Herald Sun http://www.heraldsun.com/…/…/education/article199960049.html

The PTA Thrift Shop is inviting people to learn more about YouthWorx on Main during an open house from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday. I got a preview from the shop’s Pat Richardson last week
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Khari Wendell McClelland The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show, February 13, 2018 on WCOM-FM 103.5, community radio for C...
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Another hour of new topical song releases on The Revolution Starts Now 4PM Eastern Tuesday 2-13 – WCOM-LP | 103.5 FM

The Revolution Starts Now I host The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show, Tuesdays 4-5pm on WCOM-LP 103.5 Carrboro; You can reach me at “artmenius22 AT gmail [dot] com.” You can see more information about my shows at https://www.facebook.com/ArtMeniusRadio/. I post my playlists at http:...
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Algia Mae Hinton, acclaimed Piedmont blues player and dancer, dies at 88 | News & Observer

North Carolina’s Algia Mae Hinton, who ranks with Elizabeth Cotten and Etta Baker among Piedmont blues greats, has died at age 88.
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Getting to the bottom of the mechanisms behind pain, inflammation and itch could lead to new therapies. Also tear gas, poison ivy, menthol and more with Dr. Sven Eric Jordt on this week's Radio In Vivo: https://radioinvivo.org/…/…/07/tear-gas-poison-ivy-and-more/

Guest: Dr. Sven Eric Jordt, Associate Professor in Anesthesiology, Duke University Topics: Tear gas, poison ivy, menthol, sensory mechanisms of pain, irritation, and itch Chemical Sen…
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on Sunday evening, Feb. 25, from 6-9 pm at the Century Center when other friends and family will celebrate the Carrboro life of Catherine Jane DeVine.

With the help of Ryan, a recording is now available of the memorial to Cat Devine. Please distribute the link as you wish:

On Saturday, Feb 3 2018 from 10am-noon, a special live on-air remembrance was broadcast on Rocco's show "The Music Hall". It was recorded by Tofu Dave and is now available for listening online:

http://www.ibiblio.org/…/SpecialEv…/CatMemorialRocco2018.mp3

WCOM shared a link.
The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show, February 6, 2018 on WCOM-FM 103.5, community radio for Carrboro and Chapel Hill, NC ( w...
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Save for one song for International Clash Day tomorrow, all new topical releases on The Revolution Starts Now 4PM EST Tuesday February 6 – WCOM-LP | 103.5 FM

The Revolution Starts Now I host The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show, Tuesdays 4-5pm on WCOM-LP 103.5 Carrboro; You can reach me at “artmenius22 AT gmail [dot] com.” You can see more information about my shows at https://www.facebook.com/ArtMeniusRadio/. I post my playlists at http:...
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WCOM shared their album.

Remembering Cat Catherine DeVine February 3, 2018

WCOM added 19 new photos from February 3 to the album: Remembering Cat — with Ernie Hood and 3 others.
February 3

Photos from Remembering Cat Catherine DeVine 2-3-2018 by Becky Johnson, Ernie Hood, Lee Anne McClymont

WCOM added 19 new photos from February 3 to the album: Remembering Cat — with Ernie Hood and 3 others.
February 3

Photos from Remembering Cat Catherine DeVine 2-3-2018 by Becky Johnson, Ernie Hood, Lee Anne McClymont

Cat Devine's sisters Gina and Pat talking about her on WCOM'S Remembering Cat

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