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Jims Diner

Monday (every other), 9am-Noon

Jim has a twin bother and was born in Topeka, KS. He has lived in Grand Junction since 1951.

His first radio experience was a Saturday morning program on KEXO-AM radio when he and a fellow student, Leroy Ashby, hosted an hour radio program called "Tiger Tales" about and for Grand Junction Highschool (1955-1956).

Jim enjoys most music, including classical, blues, jazz, country, and tunes from the 50s and 60s. You'll hear a lively misc of oldies, big band, and doo wop on his show.

During 2001, Jim became acquainted with KAFM and hosted a public affairs program featuring Hospice, a local non-profit for which he directed fundraising for 14 years.

February 2002, Jim joined KAFM Radio as a music programmer and had a Sunday morning program from 6am-9am playing jazz.  He opend Jim's Diner on May 2003, in the same time slot, moving to his current slow in 2007.

Community Events

What's happening around town?
Winter Choral Concert
Dec 01 @ 7:30PM
Featuring all of CMU's choirs
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UN Climate Change Conference ?in Paris
Dec 03 @ 6:30PM
Organizing for Action (OFA), Citizens for Clean Air, Great Old Broads for Wilderness, CMU Sustainability Council and Western…
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GJHS 18th Annual Holiday Extravaganza
Dec 03 @ 7:00PM
The Grand Junction High School Choral Music Department is pleased to present their 18th Annual Holiday Extravaganza Concert…
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Chuck Pyle - CANCELLED
Dec 03 @ 7:30PM
KAFM regrets to announce that our December Radio Room guest, Chuck Pyle has passed away. Our condolences go to his family. Chuck…
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Guest Artist Series
Dec 03 @ 7:30PM
featured as a part of the Best of the West music festival sponsored by Karen Combs
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Andrea Wallace: Extension of Memory
Dec 04 @ 5:00PM
In her upcoming lecture, Andrea Wallace will focus on her artist statement, which can be found on the Western Colorado Center for…
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Cherish or Perish: Grand Valley Collectors
Dec 04 @ 6:00PM
Collecting is a distinctively human practice. Why do we do it? Whether it’s fine art, historic artifacts, or Lord of…
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