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2000 at SPR

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January 

John Vlahovich & Rusty Nelson join the team.

New show: Beyond Computers.

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March

Health forum on heart health.

Live performance for Nacho Celtic at the Civic Theater.

SPR website gets an overhaul and more accessibility.

Juan Williams becomes Talk of the Nation host.

April 

Special lecture series: “Voices of Public Intellectuals: Feminism and the Practice of Democracy.”

Ira Glass of This American Life appears in Spokane.

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Zorba Paster (left) and Tom Clark visit for Thank You event

June 

Zorba Pastor comes to Spokane.

Loose Leaf Book Company on KSFC, childrens’ books for grown-ups with Tom Bodet.

July 

Coeurimba plays KPBX Kids’ Concert.

KSFC celebrates its 1st  anniversary and a new license granted by the FCC.

August 

A Chef’s Table begins on KSFC.

 

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Kids' Concert honoring Leonard Bernstein

September 

Kids’ Concert honors Leonard Bernstein.

 

October 

KPBX and KSFC cover the 2000 election.

Brian Lindsey joins the Saturday crew.

String band Salty Gravy play for the KPBX Kids’ Concert.

 

November 

Roots of Rock ‘n’ Roll part 2: Songs of Change & Protest.

First live broadcast at the Fall Folk Festival.

December

KPBX airs the Wonderful Wizard of Oz series over Christmas week.

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