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Radio Free Nashville

As it gears up for its fifth anniversary on the air next April, the city's low-power community radio station has been given an extraordinary gift: a new frequency at 107.1 FM, which (unlike its current location) is clear of any competing signals. RFN is celebrating with a barn-raising Oct. 25 and 26, where volunteers will help hoist the station's new antenna and outfit its new office space. Radio Free Nashville has made it this far on the goodwill of volunteers and a budget that wouldn't pay Clear Channel's coffee bill. Their making it this far has the happy side effect of shutting up all the sneering right-wingers who wanted to see the station fail. Call 662-8229 if you want to pitch in, and check out the schedule (or see how to contribute) at JIM RIDLEY
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