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Events & Specials

Saturday, July 20 8:00am — 3:00pm

During the "Norman Bates Memorial Soundtrack Show," (at 9:20am) Robert Emmett speaks with Rachel Lee, executive director of the California Historical Radio Society. Rachel will talk about Radio Day by the Bay, which takes place on Saturday July 20th from 8am to 3pm at Radio Central (2152 Central Avenue) in Alameda. The event includes live music, museum tours, a live reenactment of a historic radio play, and radio personalities. KFJC will also be on hand spinning records. 

Saturday, July 20 10:00am — 6:00pm

KFJC Co-Presents the Alameda Rock & Roll Flea Market at Faction Brewing in Alameda! The flea market will feature music by The Tigerellas, Soraia, Sir Bald Diddley/Hipbone Slim, Kepi Ghoulie, Frankie & The Pool Boys & more. Plus 100 vendors & food trucks! Faction Brewing is at 2501 Monarch Street in Alameda. All ages are welcome. 

Saturday, July 20 11:00am — 12:00pm

Milissa Carey (Foothill College drama instructor) and Nick Mandracchia (featured player) will be live in the KFJC studio talking with Robert Emmett about The World Goes 'Round, the latest show at the Lohman Theatre on the Foothill College campus. The World Goes 'Round is a musical revue showcasing the songs of John Kander and Fred Ebb. The show features songs from the musicals: Cabaret, Chicago, and New York New York. The show at Foothill only has 4 performances, July 25th to July 28th. Foothill College offers courses in acting and the backstage production aspects of theater.

Monday, July 22 6:00pm — 7:00pm

On this week's edition of "Thoughtline," Robert Emmett chats with Jennifer Waits about the history and ongoing importance of college radio. Jennifer is featured in the new documentary, 35,000 Watts: The Story of College Radio and will give a preview of what attendees can expect at KFJC's screening of the film at Foothill College's Appreciation Hall on Saturday, July 27 (6pm door/6:30pm show, with Q&A to follow). This film event is both a celebration of KFJC's 65th anniversary as well as a benefit for the station.

Monday, July 22 7:00pm — 10:00pm

Three surf bands will play live at KFJC - The Strings Aflame (Mexico), The Nebulas (Rhode Island) and The Coffin Daggers (New York).  Tune in for 3 hours of reverb delight! Hosted by Cousin Mary.

Live Cam

Friday, July 26 7:00pm — Monday, July 29 11:00pm

KFJC Co-Presents: The Outsound New Music Summit at the Berkeley Finnish Hall (1970 Chestnut St.) in Berkeley, California. Outsound New Music Summit showcases experimental improvised jazz, electronic, noise, acoustic ambient, and vocal adventure! Performances take place Friday, July 26th through Monday, July 29th. Each evening begins with a Q&A at 7:30pm, with performances at 8:15pm. Featuring music by: Bat Noise, Sharkiface, TanukiSpiderCat, Moe Staiano Ensemble, Normal, The Dirty Snacks Ensemble, Pateka, The Lost Shapes, & Matt Robidoux w/ Lori Varga. All ages are welcome. 

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