Rolling Stone
Rolling Stone
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hipstertrophywife:

HAPPY RECORD STORE DAY!
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girlmeetsbanjo:

record store day is every day
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spectredelarose:

Ballerina Madeleine Parker in her dressing room, 1929
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broadcastarchive-umd:

“Saving College Radio: WMUC Past, Present and Future” is an exhibit which showcases the student-operated station that has served as a training ground and creative outlet for students since 1948, making it one of the nation’s longest continuously operating college radio stations.
Documenting the rich history of the University of Maryland’s radio station, this exhibit continues on display in Hornbake Library in College Park, MD  through July 2014. View the online version of the “Saving College Radio” exhibition or visit the audio page for original WMUC recordings.
Above, photo 1: WMUC track jacket from the 1987 WMUC Alumni Reunion.
Photo 2: A display about the station’s struggle to get an FM license. It took five years and two rejections from the FCC before they finally got 88.1 on the FM dial.
Photo 3: DJ Kirk McEwan, 1991, seen in a photo display of student staff at WMUC through the years.
Photo 4: The exhibit features a mock studio with a vintage soundboard and a working turntable that visitors can use to listen to a selection of LPs. On the bulletin board are reproductions of flyers made by students over the last 20 years to advertise their programs, showing the do-it-yourself nature of college radio culture
broadcastarchive-umd:

“Saving College Radio: WMUC Past, Present and Future” is an exhibit which showcases the student-operated station that has served as a training ground and creative outlet for students since 1948, making it one of the nation’s longest continuously operating college radio stations.
Documenting the rich history of the University of Maryland’s radio station, this exhibit continues on display in Hornbake Library in College Park, MD  through July 2014. View the online version of the “Saving College Radio” exhibition or visit the audio page for original WMUC recordings.
Above, photo 1: WMUC track jacket from the 1987 WMUC Alumni Reunion.
Photo 2: A display about the station’s struggle to get an FM license. It took five years and two rejections from the FCC before they finally got 88.1 on the FM dial.
Photo 3: DJ Kirk McEwan, 1991, seen in a photo display of student staff at WMUC through the years.
Photo 4: The exhibit features a mock studio with a vintage soundboard and a working turntable that visitors can use to listen to a selection of LPs. On the bulletin board are reproductions of flyers made by students over the last 20 years to advertise their programs, showing the do-it-yourself nature of college radio culture
broadcastarchive-umd:

“Saving College Radio: WMUC Past, Present and Future” is an exhibit which showcases the student-operated station that has served as a training ground and creative outlet for students since 1948, making it one of the nation’s longest continuously operating college radio stations.
Documenting the rich history of the University of Maryland’s radio station, this exhibit continues on display in Hornbake Library in College Park, MD  through July 2014. View the online version of the “Saving College Radio” exhibition or visit the audio page for original WMUC recordings.
Above, photo 1: WMUC track jacket from the 1987 WMUC Alumni Reunion.
Photo 2: A display about the station’s struggle to get an FM license. It took five years and two rejections from the FCC before they finally got 88.1 on the FM dial.
Photo 3: DJ Kirk McEwan, 1991, seen in a photo display of student staff at WMUC through the years.
Photo 4: The exhibit features a mock studio with a vintage soundboard and a working turntable that visitors can use to listen to a selection of LPs. On the bulletin board are reproductions of flyers made by students over the last 20 years to advertise their programs, showing the do-it-yourself nature of college radio culture
broadcastarchive-umd:

“Saving College Radio: WMUC Past, Present and Future” is an exhibit which showcases the student-operated station that has served as a training ground and creative outlet for students since 1948, making it one of the nation’s longest continuously operating college radio stations.
Documenting the rich history of the University of Maryland’s radio station, this exhibit continues on display in Hornbake Library in College Park, MD  through July 2014. View the online version of the “Saving College Radio” exhibition or visit the audio page for original WMUC recordings.
Above, photo 1: WMUC track jacket from the 1987 WMUC Alumni Reunion.
Photo 2: A display about the station’s struggle to get an FM license. It took five years and two rejections from the FCC before they finally got 88.1 on the FM dial.
Photo 3: DJ Kirk McEwan, 1991, seen in a photo display of student staff at WMUC through the years.
Photo 4: The exhibit features a mock studio with a vintage soundboard and a working turntable that visitors can use to listen to a selection of LPs. On the bulletin board are reproductions of flyers made by students over the last 20 years to advertise their programs, showing the do-it-yourself nature of college radio culture
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alexsandrawiciel:

Cannot wait to photograph this man again in Vermont! 
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