Earl Horlyk

Weekend Announcer

Earl Horlyk writes for the Sioux City Journal, Weekender, and Sioux City Magazine. His articles have been published nationally.

earl.horlyk@witcc.edu

Head Cases!

Oct 21, 2021

This week's MTDP has an eclectic playlist with Talking Heads, Suede, King Stingray, Japanese Breakfast and soul princess Ella Mai!

Wednesday at 9PM on HD1 and Saturday at 1PM on HD3

Mix Tape Dance Party is the ultimate “hangout” show. Whether you’re in for the night or just around for a couple of tunes, we’ve got you covered. This week, our playlist will include Weezer, The White Stripes, The Regrettes, Clean Cut Kid and the incredibly talented Mae Muller.

Wednesdays at 9PM on HD1 and Saturdays at 1PM on HD3

Coming up this week....

What do you do when Lauryn Hill discovered “Doo-Wop"or when Prince started his “Starfish and Coffee” diet? We call those moments “Game Changers.” On the next, star-studded Mix Tape Dance Party, we’ll be hearing game changing tunes from folks like The Killers, The Smiths, and Florence and the Machine.

MTDP Preview

May 13, 2019

Wednesdays at 9PM on HD1 and Saturdays at 1PM on HD3

This week’s Mix Tape Dance Party is all about the thrill of adventure and exploring the unexpected. That includes expanding your musical tastes to include unconventional up and comers like Rex Orange County, Cage The Elephant, Homeshake, Otherkin as well as the beautiful Brazilian singer and dancer Iza. Be sure to take the scenic route with Mix Tape Dance Party!

FFT: Stone Bru

Jan 8, 2016
Stone Bru

The corner of Gordon Drive and Stone Avenue used to be just another anonymous spot in a city canvassed with chain stores. Now however, it is home to a local coffee shop, Stone Bru, that brews coffee roasted by a local roaster, Caturra Coffee Roasting Co. It's a refreshing shot of local flavor. 

As the weather warms up, ice cream carts will be out in full force. We walk alongside a midtown Sioux City neighborhood with veteran ice cream man Juan Nunez on FM90's Food for Thought.

Barbara Dean
Mark Munger

  As a young girl growing up in a family of 12 children, Barbara Dean said she was too bashful to let her voice be heard. But by the time the Sioux City native hit her mid-40s, Barbara felt confident to share her love of music with her church congregation. On Sunday, Barbara will be giving a special concert of classic gospel music at 4 p.m.