Fall is here and we want everyone to come to Lexington Community Radio’s Fall Festival in the Cardinal Valley neighborhood to unify the Latino Community. We will have live music from: Irene Alcaraz, DJ Rios, and Grupo Betta. The surrounding Latino businesses will be providing pizza and refreshments. There will also be informational tables representing Domestic […]
Lexington Community Radio will celebrate our 1 year anniversary this September! We want to thank everyone who has put their heart and soul into making Lexington Community Radio possible. We now have 60+ shows between WLXU 93.9FM and WLXL 95.7FM. We have listeners calling into our shows from different U.S. states, Mexico, and as […]
Join Lexington Community Radio and West Sixth Brewing for a night of music trivia! From 6-10PM on 9/17, LCR will host 6 rounds of music trivia, covering everything from Rock n Roll, to Hip Hop, to Country, to Jazz, and everything in between. Register your team now! Registration is $5 per person and teams can […]
Women comprise over 51 percent of the U.S. population but hold less than 7 percent of all TV and radio station licenses. People of color make up over 36 percent of the U.S. population but hold just over 7 percent of radio licenses. At LCR, we recognize this imbalance and strive to undo this gross under-representation everyday with our programming. […]
West Sixth Brewing has selected us to receive the 3rd quarter Central Kentucky Pay-It-Forward Porter Program profits! From 7/1-9/30, if you buy West Sixth Brewing‘s Pay-It-Forward Porter, LCR gets 50 cents from every Six-pack and, if you buy it at Liquor Barn, the 50 cents becomes $1.
Sabias Que…?, with Cirse Perdomo and her daughter Euridice, focus on opening discussions that might be regarded as taboo in the Latino community.
Lexington Community Radio has been spreading the word to the community to encourage them to tune in to our two stations WLXL 95.7 and WLXU 93.9!! FLACA (Foundation for Latin American Culture and Arts) and El Pulso Latino have joined forces to spread an
Revolutionary Radio is a WLXU program run by students for students, and seeks to empower youth by discussing the topics most important to them. On this show, the students have talked about school climate, school vouchers, local and state politics, student
We had an absolute blast at the Bluegrass Fair!! We reached out to the hearts of so many members of the Lexington community through song and dance. We thank all of the
AARP will offer free help with tax forms at three branches of the Lexington Public Library, beginning in the first week of February and continuing until April 15. The schedule will be: