Thanks for 10 years of your amazing support! 
The end of this month marks the end of an era of exceptional radio programs from PRA.  Special thanks to all of those throughout the years who have tuned in, given financial/logistical support, volunteered and all the DJ's that PRA has hosted.  Without every single one of your support, PRA would not be what it is today.  On a happy note, XRAY FM (91.9FM) will be taking over our music studio.  You will still have access to many PRA DJ's content through a new avenue!  Give all the support you can to this new FM project in Portland.  It takes a lot of volunteerism and money to get a project like this launched.  So thanks to XRAY for taking on a much needed new FM signal in PDX. 
To celebrate the closing of the PRA organization forever, Kristin and Ross of PRA fame, will be hosting a dance party at their house!  The cover fee is a suggested donation to pay off the final bills.

When: Saturday, September 21, 2013
Where: The Pine Korthaus 11242 SE Pine Ct. 97216
  4:00pm until 1:00am
$5 suggested donation/bring some cash for Keg beer subsidized by HUB



Catch some of your favorite PRA DJ's spinning the wheels of steel all night long!



The DJ lineup is:

4PM It's a nice world to visit  (DJ Noah Fence)  

5PM Moments of Decadence (Sappho-Megan)   

6PM Optic Echo Presents (Mike Jedlicka)   

7PM Warp Zone!!! (Kendra, Lance) 

8PMHipsters Suck / Vampirella in Iridescent Teal (DDDJJJ666/Magnolia Bouvier)

9PM Corporate Radio Reject (Carol) 

10PM Past Haunts (DJ Barrows)

11PM 3 Naked Gurlz on the Radio (Katie and Kristin)   

12AM Senitmentale Jugend (Ross Eliot)

Pledge your support to the PRA today!  

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