Tuesday, 06 December 2016 21:18

It's XPN A to Z!

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We’re doing something special at WXPN for a little while. We created a list of thousands and thousands of songs from the XPN music library and placed the list in alphabetical order. Then, on November 30, we began to play them in alphabetical order - one after another, from A to Z! We started with “ABC” by the Jackson 5 and we’ll end somewhere in the Z’s. The XPN A to Z runs 24/7. It’s chance to hear some great music and brush up on your alphabet at the same time! With such an enormous playlist, it will take a couple weeks to get through them all. So, Kids Corner is taking a short break from the radio.

While we’re not on the radio, I hope you’ll check out the Kids Corner Holiday Music Mix! It's a pretty terrific collection of winter holiday tunes from the Kids Corner library that your family can enjoy anytime. Just CLICK HERE and enjoy!

While you’re here, you can also enjoy listening to past segments from Kids Corner. Maybe you’ll be inspired to come up with a pet question for Dr. Mindy Cohan.  Maybe you and your family will try some of Dr. Lisa Chirlian’s Kitchen Chemistry experiments! Check out some of Librarian Joe Hilton’s book recommendations, including his Book Club choice of the month. Learn about some of my favorite holiday movies!  

Because XPN and Kids Corner are all about the music, our special winter holiday music mix features performances from some of our favorite Kids Corner artists. When we’re back on the radio, we’ll bring you even more terrific sounds of the season. Meanwhile, I leave you with a joke that combines Christmas and the alphabet. Try this on the adults in your life. Please note that this joke assumes that the adult hearing the joke knows that there are, in reality, 26 letters in the alphabet. 

How many letters in the alphabet?


Nope! 25! The angel said Noel.

Enjoy XPN A to Z and we’ll be back soon!!


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