Monday, August 8, 2011

Stump the Historian, Win a Birthday Comp and Other Fun Tonight on KXCI

Posted By on Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 5:00 PM

It's your Tucson Weekly calendar girl, here, in my Tucson's Birthday hat, inviting you to listen in for fun, foolishness and some Tucson facts from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight on Starr Tracks with Laurie Starr, 91.3FM KXCI Community Radio.

You'll hear a crazy range of musical birthday wishes, from Sufjan Stevens and the Soft Bulletin to Weird Al Yankovic and Ralph Stanley. (No Beatles or Stevie Wonder, even!)

Call in with that one fact you know about Tucson that will stump our guest, Arizona historian and author Jim Turner, or get the right answer to a trivia question and you'll win a Birthday comp you can parlay into years of birthday gifts for your friends.

We'll all be talking about a few Tucson's Birthday events you shouldn't miss, too. Call 622-5924 and let us know you're out there!

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