The Housejacks on Stay Tuned with Shawn Henderson

The San Francisco based male acapella group The Housejacks totally charmed the listeners and everybody who was present in the studio. Without a single instrument they recreated the sound of the whole band! [caption id="attachment_12" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Male acapella group from San Francisco"][/caption]

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WSCA Community Dance – January 30, 2009

Come and dance to R&B, Motown, Funk and Rock with firy Jeannie Daniels. Special opening band - Los Border Coyotes (8:00-8:30).   WHEN: JANUARY 30, 2009, 8:00PM-12:00AM. Door opens at 7:30. WHERE: The Hall, 238 Deer Street, Portsmouth, NH HOW MUCH: $10/person, 2 for $15 at the door. FREE with the basic WSCA membership ($25) FINE PRINT: THIS IS 21+ EVENT.

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Article about Rob Kanzer, the host of What Can I Say?

York life coach helps clients look to future is the interview with the host of What Can I Say? , the bi-weekly show on WSCA 106.1FM dedicated to make your communications better. YW: What is it that you do? What is it that people want out of life and what do they want in their businesses? RK: Often surprisingly, it's the same thing — health and happiness. People want to be happy themselves and if they are business people, they...

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A Plan for Zero Waste

In 2009, UNH Freshman Alex Fried had an idea that turned into a PLAN: Turn the tons of trash he saw UNH producing every semester into treasures. He started by taking pictures of the mountains of waste. By the time he graduated in 2013, the "Trash 2 Treasure" program he co-founded was in its 3rd year, and had recovered more than 100 tons of materials for re-use. The program has become the model of student-led and self-funded sustainability programs. When...

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Adios, amigo!

There were many great things that happened under Bjorn's direction: new studio was constructed,  membership grown, programming improved, the premisses organized and cleaned. Bjorn's decision to become the station's manager was one of the best things that happened to WSCA.  In November 2009 Bjorn announced that he is stepping down to pursue other opportunities in his life. Good luck, Bjorn!

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WSCA kicks off membership drive

Portsmouth Community Radio invites new supporters and renewing WSCA members to contribute to the station's goal of raising $20,000 and signing up 250 new or renewed members during its eight-day membership drive, beginning Thursday, April 24. In conjunction with WSCA's Connecting Community Campaign, WSCA-LP will be donating the first dollar of every pledge to Cross Roads House, which provides secure, transitional shelter to those in need. There are thank-you gifts available for donations made during the drive. All funds raised...

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WSCA expanding studio space

The article in The Portsmouth Helald: Portsmouth Community Radio (WSCA-FM 106.1) will host a ribbon-cutting and dedication for its new on-air studio space on Monday, April 28, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. More...

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