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Studio-A-Rama highlights local acts

TacocaT performs at last year's Studio-A-Rama

Chrismaly Vidal, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2015

Summer and music festivals go together like hot dogs and barbecues. This Saturday, give the season one last hurrah at Studio-A-Rama, the annual music festival hosted by WRUW 91.1 FM, Case Western Reserve University’s campus radio station. The station has been around for 48 years, and has run Studio-A-Rama...

From the rearview mirror: WRUW’s Studio-A-Rama

Tracy Boachie, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

September 9, 2013

Disclaimer: A band's name that performed at the festival contains profanity. This is not intended to offend, and the content of this article does not necessarily represent the views of The Observer or Case Western Reserve University.  Live from Mather Memorial courtyard, WRUW-FM 91.1’s 32nd annu...

Rainclouds can’t stop Studio-A-Rama: Lineup runs late

Rainclouds can’t stop Studio-A-Rama: Lineup runs late

Anne Nickoloff, Music Reporter

September 14, 2012

This year’s Studio-A-Rama brought an impressive lineup to Case Western Reserve University, despite the day’s not-so-impressive weather. I arrived just in time to see Library Time, a strange alternative local band. The weather started out beautiful; it was sunny, just a little windy, and the grass...

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