Nothing says public radio quite like the member t-shirt. It’s a badge of honor, a time capsule, a rag.

You may find it surprising that even our collection is incomplete. Thanks to our members, however, we’ve been able to compile this slide show of some of the more popular t-shirts over the years.

We’d be most obliged if you have any t-shirts NOT seen here if you could send us a photo (thebigsomething@krcc.org) or bring your t-shirt by 912 N. Weber so we can photograph it.

While your here or online, don’t forget to join or renew your membership and pick up the latest t-shirt designed by artist Ele Annand.

Thanks!

 

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