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Parker Livecast #37: Catfish Junction live in studio

Soroptimist International of Parker brought Catfish Junction to the Parker Strip to play the Blues & Brews festival at La Paz County Park last Saturday. Just before the weekend, the Orange County-based band stopped by KLPZ 1380am and performed live acoustically in the studio. This episode of the Parker Livecast is an edited version of the live broadcast with the …

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Meet the 9th President of Arizona Western College

Parker Live stopped by AWC’s Parker Learning Center to chat for the first time with Dr. Daniel Corr, who will be the 9th President of Arizona Western College in La Paz and Yuma Counties in just a few months. Press play to hear what Dr. Corr thinks the purpose of the college is, and how he thinks it can play …

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The largest Latin rock festival in America is about to hit Quartzsite

An estimated 10,000 to 20,000 people are set to descend upon the small desert town of Quartzsite, AZ, and they aren’t the usual customers. A who’s who of rock en español will appear on stage in Quartzsite, AZ at the Rock Fiesta festival on March 18th and 19th. The first-time two-day festival is being called the ‘Coachella of Latin rock’ and brings with …

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Parker Livecast Special: DUI Workshop at Roadrunner

Have you ever wondered what your real alcohol tolerance is, what your blood alcohol content (BAC) may look like after a typical night out at a bar, or how much it’s safe to consume before you get behind the wheel or a car or boat? With the help of the La Paz County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Curt Bagby, we tested that …

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Parker Livecast #33: The Downtown Experience 2016

Press play to hear a 6-minute brief about today’s Parker 425 Downtown Experience from Parker Area Chamber of Commerce Director Mary Hamilton, joined by La Paz County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Curt Bagby. The event begins at 1pm and runs until 7pm. Full details below. See you downtown!

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Parker Livecast #32: Interview with Casey Folks

With big changes coming at this year’s Parker 425, hear from the man behind the race what to expect, why the format will be different, how we got two races out of one, and why Casey is still excited by off-road racing after all these years. “It’s the smartest thing to do, it’s the safest thing to do, and I …

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Parker Livecast #31: Who is living in this cave near Parker?

Warning: Contains some adult language. This entire episode of the Parker Livecast was recorded ‘live’ from a truck in the middle of the desert, traveling out to an old mineshaft where we believe someone is living, in an attempt to interview them. It didn’t work out quite like that, as you’ll hear by listening here. But we were able to …

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Parker Livecast #30: Keith Moses, CRIT Fair/Expo and NatiVisions Film Festival

Keith Moses joins us on the 30th edition of the Parker Livecast to chat about this weekend’s 43rd Annual CRIT Fair and Expo, last weekend’s successful NatiVisions Film Festival and the premiere screening of CRIT’s film, ‘The Marking of a Milestone’. We hear about a few of the many plans for this weekend’s activities (which are already in progress as …

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Parker Livecast #29: Bernie The Skeleton 911 Call

Listen here to the 911 call made to La Paz County Dispatch minutes after a snorkeler discovered “human remains” at the bottom of the Colorado River (aka Bernie The Fake Skeleton). That and more on this episode of the Parker Livecast! We’re joined for this show by Bianca, aka “Bee”, a regular Parker visitor from the Netherlands. Also joining us …

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Parker Livecast #28: One Year Anniversary / Labor Day edition

Recorded live at Roadrunner Floating Dock Bar on a beautiful evening this week, the one-year anniversary edition of the Parker Livecast is a lively conversation ahead of Labor Day, always a fun weekend on the river. John Wright, Josh Savino and Joaquin Vences sit around a table on the ‘finger’ dock at Roadrunner, talking about some of the things that …

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