KDHX is now located in its new home at the Larry J. Weir Center for Independent Media. After 25+ years at 3504 Magnolia Avenue, we have moved to 3524 Washington Avenue in the heart of Grand Center. This much larger spot houses the broadcast facilities for 88.1 KDHX, as well as the Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX. It also contains the offices where we run KDHX.org and the Folk School (whose classes take place just down the street at 3323 Washington Avenue).
Here are some common questions about our facility.
Q: What's the deal with the Magnolia Café? I can’t wait to check it out!
A: The café is open through and from .
It serves coffee, pastries, salads, sandwiches, and smoothies. Additionally, the café also features beer (including selections from local breweries), wine and liquor, and will be open when there's an event going on at The Stage. The wi-fi is free, so stick around if you have time, or grab one of our to-go lunches.
Q: I’ve got my coffee from the café, and I can’t wait to see The Stage at KDHX. What’s going on there, and when?
A: The Stage at KDHX, also located inside the Larry J. Weir Center, will feature films and concerts, as well as other educational and community events. For the full schedule and details, visit the KDHX events page.
Q: In addition to 88.1 FM, KDHX has an additional HD2 Digital Channel. When will that go on the air?
A: We’re not sure just yet. We're focused on bringing high-quality programming to you on 88.1 FM and KDHX.org, and putting on great events at The Stage. When we have imminent plans for HD-2, we'll let you know.
Q: Where can I park to visit the Magnolia Café or for events at The Stage?
A: There’s adequate café parking on the east side of the Larry J. Weir Center, as well as plenty of surface lots and metered parking in Grand Center.