Cat Stevens has re-started his career under the name Yusuf Islam. His latest recording is on the bluesier side of folk and it’s been a mainstay on the TOB for a couple of months now.  If you’ve not heard it yet, you can hear it now on the 10 O’clock Blues.


a poodle named shadow
Mark Munger

Shadow and his two daughters came to the Humane Society from a loving home, but now he is the last of his family still needing adoption. He loves to be held, and he has learned to do a special dance when he wants up. Hear about him on Welcome. Sit. Stay. 

Rough diagram of the food system

Laurie Taylor, ISU Extension and Outreach regional food coordinator, visits with FM90’s Gretchen Gondek about the 2nd Northwest Iowa Local Food Summit, happening Thursday, January 29th, at the Northwest Iowa Community College in Sheldon, Iowa. 

Portrait of Ronny Morton Jr.
Scott Martinson



Janine Calsbeek

Yunnan province in southwestern China spreads between the tropical jungles of Burma and Vietnam on the South and the Himalayan heights of Tibet on the north; it's a massive land with dynamic features and history. Shanren, comprised of musicians from this region, joins together the features and traditions that have been shaped by these dynamics as well as the by the band members' studies and travels throughout the world.  

Laughing Her Lips Off

Jan 15, 2015

FM90’s Gretchen Gondek visits with local author and humorist Jenny Herrick about enjoying life and overcoming challenges through laughter.

TOB: Best Album of 2014

Jan 14, 2015
Music Library
Mark Munger

Steve Smith presents the best of the blues from 2014. 

CJBF Poster

The Cherokee Jazz and Blues Festival kindles our tundra-frozen senses each year, reminding us that there is more to life than layering. Jim Adamson, the mover and shaker behind the fest, joins FM90's Steve Smith to talk about this years bill and the history of the CJBF.  


Boys Club of Sioux City Western Steak Dinner

Jul 2, 2014

Boys Club of Sioux City Kicks Up their Boots at the 40th Annual Western Steak Dinner

The Boys Club of Sioux City will host their 40th Annual Western Steak Dinner and Steer Auction on Saturday, Sept. 10th at Sue Anne Farms just a mile north of Sioux City. Upon arrival you will feel like you’ve left town and stepped back in time as you are welcomed by greeters on horseback to an outdoor old western party and casino.  Enter to win a pair of tickets.  If the link doesn't work with your email system, email to enter.  Drawing will be held September 1st, and winner will be notified by email.

The event will begin with the Iowa State vs. Iowa game, casino and cocktails at 6:00, dinner and The Emily Johnson Band at 7:30 p.m., and a live steer auction to follow. 

Tickets are $100 per person and can be purchased by calling 712-258-5545 or buy online.  A portion of your ticket is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. 

With the financial support of the Iowa Broadcasters Association, through the IBA Foundation, UNI's Department of Communication Studies is offering a unique 2014 summer internship program - working to place Electronic Media Industry Leadership Program students in IBA member radio and television stations this summer.  

The IBA Foundation is underwriting scholarships to help fund this special program.   Interested radio and television stations are encouraged to submit an application for one or more students.