The Sacramento Bee, “The voice of Nevada City, KVMR, makes a move,” March 5, 2015

The voice of Nevada City, KVMR, makes a move
by Sam McManis, The Sacramento Bee, March 5, 2015

Of course, given KVMR’s famous leftist tilt and its quasi-anarchist heritage exemplified by the legendary folk protest singer U. Utah Phillips, you didn’t expect program director Steve Baker to actually use something so square as the crosswalks last week when he took a wireless mike and, on live radio, completed the move from 401 Spring St. to 120 Bridge St. by chatting up many of the station’s 180 volunteer DJs lining the sidewalks and spilling out onto the street for the occasion.

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