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  • The Year-Enders

    The morgue. In the radio news biz, that’s the place where you save all the raw tape, the typed copy and the actualities that contributed to each daily newscast. At the end of each year, news departments would cull the highlights for a special broadcast retrospective of the year that was. From 1965 through 1970, […]

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    Apr 28th, 2008 | Filed under Keener
  • Keener 1967 Flashback: The Turtles – Happy Together

    What do you remember about the winter of 1967? In New Orleans, District Attorney Jim Garrison said more than one person was involved in the Kennedy assassination. Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa began an 8 year sentence for jury tempering. And Albert Desalvo received a life sentence for murders committed by The Boston Strangler. Zero in […]

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    Sep 17th, 2007 | Filed under Keener
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  • New in the Aircheck Archive – Steve Robbins, January, 1967

    When Jim Jeffries left Keener for WQXI, part-timer Steve Robbins assumed the overnight chores. He was at the station for less than a year and had the distinction of writing a music column in one of the interim newspapers that published duing the 1967 newspaper strike. In January, the Monkees were riding high on the […]

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    Aug 13th, 2007 | Filed under Keener
  • Where were you during the Summer of Love?

    It’s hard to believe that its been 40 years since Haight Asbury and Monterey Pop. Some who watched it from Detroit were envious, but in reality much of the scene in California was myth. SFGate posted the first installment of a series about the culture and the events of 1967. It’s a terrific retrospective with […]

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    May 20th, 2007 | Filed under Keener
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