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New & Renewing Corporate Sponsors - June 2013

Jun 17, 2013

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Port Cape Girardeau
Port Cape Girardeau is a historic blend of barbeque, comfort, and entertainment.  Their menu, catering information, and entertainment line ups can be found on  Port Cape Girardeau has several running specials including Thursday’s Happy Hour which features $5.00 appetizers and $2.50 drink specials.

Find more information on this historic landmark visit or on Facebook.

KRCU will team up with the Cape Girardeau and Jackson Municipal Bands in July for two evenings of great music and free ice cream.

KRCU will attend the Jackson Municipal Band Concert on Thursday, July 11 beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the band shell in the Jackson City Park. Steve Schaffner is scheduled as the special guest for the evening.

Hot weather is upon us and the Caffe Concerto is serving up music this summer to help keep you cool.  We’ll continue to dish up some of the latest classical music CDs, such as the one featuring, believe it or not, music composed for video games.  The genre features some surprisingly good stuff.  In fact, in some cases you might be hard pressed to distinguish between a piece composed for a video game and one written one hundred years ago by a famous composer.  

Spring Membership Drive

Apr 9, 2013

"Membership Week" is April 10-17 at KRCU.


The theme this spring is "I AM KRCU." KRCU listeners are determined, witty, smart, knowledgeable and so much more. The goal for the drive is $41,000 and will end as soon as the goal is reached.

There’s a lot going on at the Caffe Concerto in the coming weeks, but perhaps the most exciting event will occur on Tuesday, March 26 when we take the Caffe on the road to Sikeston. That day the Caffe will broadcast live from Southeast  Missouri State University’s Regional Campus there.  In addition to serving our usual fare of finely prepared classical music, we’ll chat with various people in the Sikeston area and learn first-hand what’s going on there.  It’s an opportunity for us to meet the people in our service area and for them to meet us.