Farewell Trusty Steed!

2/19/19 From Amanda’s Messy Desk….. Full disclosure. I have never donated a vehicle. Mostly because I have never had a vehicle to donate. I did have one that would have been worthy of the cause, but I found a sucker, er I mean, nice person who liked to tinker, to take on my old car,…

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How Many Have There Been?

From the messy desk of Amanda Eichstaedt… Every year when we begin to produce Sweethearts of the Radio we wonder…”how many have there been?” Record-keeping is fuzzy, there may have been a year off, but emcee Elizabeth O’Brien seems to recall that it started in 2000, which would make it the 19th annual, but there have been…

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Crunchy Data is the Best!

From the messy desk of Amanda Eichstaedt…. I’m a crunchy peanut butter kind of a gal. I don’t hate creamy, and I’ll run with it, but give me some texture! Speaking of texture, we got 68 responses to the “survey” aka “test.” So that you can see we are “thrifty,” er, or maybe just cheap,…

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In the Village

From the messy desk of Amanda Eichstaedt…. It is said that a village is an assortment of houses and buildings, but it can also be said that a village is the people who live in those houses. West Marin is a scattering of villages. They can be loosely described by the many post offices that…

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Do Tell

Sometimes in radio you wonder if anyone is listening. We have statistics on how many people are streaming, and how many folks access the website and archives, but on FM – who knows? We do have some data as to how many folks open the Round Up Newsletter, but that doesn’t mean they read it,…

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Hey, It’s 2019!

Happy New Year from KWMR! It’s the last year of the 20-teens and the Year of the Pig. The gyms are full, and many aspire to make some changes to their lives. I like New Year’s Resolutions. I have a few: To learn more about, and get better at Microsoft Excel To ride my bike…

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Happy Holidays from KWMR

Merry Christmas, if that is your thing! If not, KWMR wishes to send you good tidings on this 25th day of December. The days are getting longer and while in the depths of our Mediterranean climate winter, there are a few hearty daffodils that have opened up down in the holler we call Olema.  And…

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