Love is in the air...

Happy Valentine's Day from KVMR
We love you! 
Thank you to all who "Came Together" during the KVMR 
Winter Membership Drive last month.  

Your continued support and commitment to community radio enables KVMR to continue to provide diverse music, independent news, fantastic events and emergency information to our listeners. 

We love you! 

Welcome New Members!  87 new members joined the KVMR community - the highest percentage since January 2010!

   If you missed your opportunity to pledge during the recent Membership         drive, there's still time to get "Happy Together"  Click here to donate 
 Please tell us what you think! 

The Community Advisory Board(CAB) acts as a conduit for the community and the KVMR's Board of Directors. 

This short survey is designed to help the CAB focus on what the community is interested in receiving from KVMR.
Thank You Michael Moore

KVMR extends a very special THANK YOU to Michael Moore for joining us via skype after the special screening of
 "Where to Invade Next" on Tuesday. 

  WHERE TO INVADE NEXT is an  expansive, hilarious, and subversive  comedy in which the Academy AwardŽ-  winning director confronts the most  pressing issues facing America today.  Thoroughly entertaining and comedic,  the film demonstartes how countries  with far less  wealth than the US have  developed  solutions for college  education,  healthcare, drug laws, woman's rights, financial systems and  so much  more. 

 The movie opens locally this week at Del Oro Theater  in Grass Valley 

Veteran's Town Hall Forum 
KVMR and Welcome Home Vets present a 
Veteran's Town Hall Forum on Tuesday, March 8th from 6-8pm at the Nevada Theatre. 

Join us for a panel discussion on PSTD and the other challenges faced by Veterans returning home. 

                                       This event will also broadcast live on KVMR 
        Old Radio Theater
Raven Radio Theater and KVMR present The Black Knight, an Old Radio Theater production, Wednesday, March 16th at 7pm at the Nevada Theatre. 
The jousting of armored knights, an enchanted forest, a talking pony, a family of dysfunctional giants-experience the excitement and pleasures of 1940s-style radio play broadcast performed live before an audience at the historic Nevada Theater by members of the KVMR community. 

The play, The Black Knight, written by storyteller Joe McHugh, is based on an ancient Irish folktale and follows the adventures of a young man named Jack who must redeem his father's life by rescuing a knight's daughter who is held captive in the dungeon of an evil castle. Armed only with his wits, a generous nature, a magic cloak, and a slingshot, he must pass through many dangers including a fierce storm and a raging river to fulfill his quest.

Tickets are $10 / $8 for KVMR Members and are available at
 KVMR - 120 Bridge Street, Nevada City 
KVMR Sponsored Events 
A Thousand Kisses Deep 
Feb 12th & 13th
Nevada Theatre

Feb 12th
Miners Foundry 

For the Love of Music 
Feb 13th
Rocklin Events Center 
Mardi Gras 
Parade and
Feb 13th & 14th 

Ms. Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton 
Feb 14th
Mondavi Center 

Oscar Nominated Short Films 
Feb 14th 
Nevada Theatre 

David Bowie Tribute 
Feb 18th 
Miners Foundry

The Deadbeats and Mystafaya
Feb 19th 
Miners Foundry

Midnight at 
the Oasis
Feb 20th
Miners Foundry 

Sean Hayes 
Feb 20th
Center for the Arts

Feb 21st 
Center for the Arts 

Noam Pikelny
Feb 26th 
Center for the Arts 

Ani DiFranco 
Feb 28th 
Grass Valley 
Veteran's Hall

The Cripple of Inishmaan 
Mar 3rd-19th
Nevada Theatre 

Matter of Taste 
Miners Foundry 
Mar 5th 

Feb 19th-21st 
Nevada Theatre 

KVMR Underwriter of the Month 
Hughes Body & Fender 
Locally Owned & Operated by Clay Schaake ~ Since 1987
962A Golden Terrace Grass Valley, CA ~ 530-477-1394 
Open Monday - Friday 7:30AM - 5:00pm

Clay Schaake moved to Nevada County from Sonoma County in 1987, drawn to landscape, outdoors activities and motorcycle trails near the old Nevada City Airport near Lake Vera Road.

For the past 28 years, Clay has owned and operated Hughes Body & Fender on Golden Terrace near Idaho-Maryland Rd. and Sutton Ways in Grass Valley. Hughes Body & Fender has been a committed KVMR Business Supporter for the past 17 years, underwriting Eric Rice's County Line Bluegrass each week with two underwriting spots per program.

"(Underwriting on KVMR) is one of the best forms of advertising," said Clay. "People actually thank you for your support! Customers acknowledge my support of KVMR."
Besides knowing Eric Rice "forever," Clay also recognizes that Saturday mornings have the biggest listening audience, which makes sense for him to underwrite.
Clay's professional background and expertise goes back to high school. Clay is a 3rd generation auto body and fender repair and restoration specialist who began learning his trade while in 9th grade. His father, and grandfather were both auto body workers. Body and fender work is a vocation and honed skill Clay has been dedicated to for decades.

The on-going success of Hughes Body & Fender depends on satisfied customers and providing superior quality since 1987. Offering complete customer satisfaction through quality auto repair and refinish work is where Clay's work begins and ends.

"All work (at Hughes Body & Fender) is fully guaranteed for as long as you own your car."

iPad Mini Winners! 
Everyone who donated during the "Come Together" Membership Drive was entered into a raffle to win an iPad Mini 4, which was donated to KVMR from one of our very 
generous donors.

Congratulations to the winners: KVMR NEW Members 
Jan & Gary Lorde 
of Forest Hill, CA 
who donated online!   

Johnny Moses Storytelling 
KVMR presents - Johnny Moses Storytelling & Art Show with guest Lawrence Laughing, Saturday, February 20th from 2-5pm at KVMR.

This very special event will be recorded by NCTV for future televised broadcast. Art show open to the public 3-5pm

Tickets available at KVMR 
120 Bridge Street, Nevada City 
Thank you 
Sweetland Garden Mercantile 
Thank you Sweetland Garden Mercantile for sponsoring the special screening of Michael Moore's new film, "Where to Invade Next."  
Thank You 
Dr. Susan Murphy
Thank you to Dr. Susan Murphy from Four Paws Animal Clinic for taking care of Rudiger after the traffic accident  that occurred early Monday morning in Nevada City. 

  Thank you to KVMR's   
Newest Underwriters

Mondavi Center 

Skate Shop

151 Union Square

Humble Fabrics

Golden Era Lounge

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