about GROWHOUSE...

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Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Growhouse is a community-based, public art experiment on a quarter-acre property in downtown Phoenix that is dedicated to the local food and handmade movement. Growhouse started on a vacant, blighted property as an informal greening, arts and revitalization initiative by two artists, Kenny Barrett and Kelly Placke, in November of 2008. Since then, Growhouse has grown into a beautiful, sustainable community garden, residence, artist collective and boutique supported by hundreds of community members and volunteers.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

"Soup Songs" at the gRow house

Tonight, the gRow house will be welcoming one of the newest additions to the neighborhood, Radio Phoenix, and listening/making soup to our good friend Lil' Miss Leah D's radio show Soup Songs.

Start chopping vegetables and calm your mind with Miss Leah D every Wednesday from 7pm to 9pm. Click here to listen

Radio Phoenix is a non-commercial, volunteer-driven community radio station based in Phoenix, Arizona. We are just starting up, and looking for both volunteers and financial support. We are currently broadcasting 24/7 online. We are working to secure a public FM radio license from the FCC that can cover significant portions of metro Phoenix; email Kaja Brown, Radio Phoenix General Manager at kaja@radiophoenix.org for more information on how you can help!Radio Phoenix will provide a mix of programming that includes music (80%), news & public affairs (18%), and special events/experimental shows (2%). Our music programming will be focused on indie rock, urban, and world as well as local artists and specialty genres. Oh yeah... and anyone can be a DJ! We are currently looking for innovative show ideas and general rotation DJs. Let us know what your great ideas are. We are especially interested in people that have prior radio experience. Dependable, hardworking, passionate about music, plays well with others, doesn't run with scissors, sometimes runs with the figurative scissors... we are looking for those types too.
www.myspace.com/radiophx
http://www.soupsongs.blogspot.com/

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