KXRW.FM is an independent, volunteer-based, values-driven, community-supported organization. We are dedicated to delivering quality programming with an emphasis on local voices. We are committed to sharing knowledge and information to build relationships and community in Southwest Washington and beyond. 


Listen to KXRW on 99.9 FM, on XRAY.FM at 107.1 and 91.1 FM, online at XRAY.FM or get the FREE XRAY.FM cell phone app. 

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These forward-thinking businesses had the vision to support KXRW.FM and understand the power of community radio. We are deeply appreciative of their help! If you are unable to make a donation but are in need of any of our partner's services, please support these organizations and patronize these businesses whenever you have the chance and when you do, please tell them KXRW.FM sent you. Supporting them supports KXRW.   Thank you!

KXRW.FM is seeking individual show sponsors and station underwriters to support the mission of community radio in Vancouver, Washington. If you are interested click HERE.


The mission of XRAY.FM is to hold a microphone up to the best and most distinctive of our communities. To build a culturally relevant center for ideas, music, and creativity in service of a more open media and a more just community.


Their programming is a blend of talk and music that amplifies the sounds and reflects the values of their city.  XRAY.FM started broadcasting from East Portland at 91.1 mhz FM on March 15th, 2014.  They also now also broadcast at 107.1 FM and on sister station KXRW Vancouver 99.9 FM





New Vansterdam is the premier cannabis market in the Vancouver-Portland metro area. They carry a wide variety of cannabis products ranging from pre-rolls, vape cartridges, and edibles to CBD cream, oils and tinctures. New Vansterdam is located in the Heights Shopping center on the corner of Mill Plain and Andresen Blvd. Open 8am-11pm 365 days a year. For more information visit their website at newvansterdam.com!




ADCO Printing and Graphics and their friendly staff have been Vancouver’s go-to print and sign shop since 1995.  They offer all the services you’d expect from a commercial printing and sign shop combined with the personal attention and integrity of a local neighbor vendor.  After all, great printing is a strategy with creativity.  They've built our reputation on high-quality offset and digital printing, direct mail and bindery services. Ink on anything, mail anywhere!



Many thanks to our sponsor and friends at Say Ciao Catering, Columbia River Taproom, and Eatery.  Chef Peter has been cooking for over 27 years in the Vancouver area.  Private events including wine tasting, wine dinners, appetizer parties, and cooking demos.  Say Ciao Taproom and Eatery boasts space for private events or drop in for a quick refreshment and live music on Thursday and Friday evenings.  Just a stones throw away from the Columbia River, Say Ciao greater Vancouver’s premier catering company.  

Conveniently located at 2501 SE Columbia Way Suite 270 in Vancouver. More information available at their website HERE or directly a 360-210-5522.

Boomerang Therapy Works

At Boomerang Therapy Works, Exercise IS Medicine!  Boomerang Therapy Works offers a variety of individualized one on one treatment options that can be tailored to your health and wellness.  Their experienced, dedicated, and caring team offers therapeutic services which include physical therapy, personal training and exercise, as well as a variety of therapeutic massage modalities. Combine your therapy with their unique selection of fitness classes to take your rehab to the next level.  Boomerang is the first and only wellness center in the Vancouver and Portland Metro Area which is focused on specialized Parkinson's treatments.  Boomerang has recently acquired state of the art REAX exercising equipment from Italy.  Find out more about this amazing new equipment HERE.  


Kiggin's Theater and KXRW partnering to record and air their Re-Imagined Radio performances.  What is Re-Imagined Radio?  Click HERE to learn more.  Start with a 1936 theatre. Re-enact historic radio dramas complete with voice actors and Foley sound artists. Garnish with digital SFX, music, and visual backdrops. Overlay student digital interpretations of the base narrative. Invite a live audience to watch, eat popcorn, and participate via social media. The result: Re-Imagined Radio—storytelling as never before heard, or seen.

David's Toys

Support for KXRW comes from David Dansky with David’s Toys, buyer, and collector of old toy trains, including Lionel, Flyer, Ives, and Marx. He is interested in old transportation-related toys as well as toy trains from the late 1800s to the 1960s.  For appraisal, you can call him at 360-576-1602.

Vancouver Pizza Company

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Our family-friendly pizza restaurant offers over 25 specialty pizzas, or you can get creative and build your own masterpiece by choosing from our wide variety of toppings. In addition to our unique, gourmet pizza, we offer fresh salads, hot sandwiches, and our famous breadsticks!  We cater, too! 

Stop in and treat yourself to our delicious lunch menu, or bring in the family and enjoy an evening of pizza, and a game of checkers. Children love our kid's meals and their own coloring page!

The entire menu can be prepared for pick-up or delivery during lunch or dinner! Besides a large delivery area in Vancouver and north Portland, we also deliver to the Hilton downtown, the Hilton by the Airport, the Staybridge, Red Lion Inn, and more.


NWCAVE helps inform, educate and prevent violence against women and children nationally and internationally.  Whether human trafficking, domestic violence, missing children, sexual assault, sexual violence, stalking, bullying, hate crimes and all other forms of violence and exploitation against women and children, NWCAVE strives to keep the public informed and educated on how we can live in a more civilized society free of violence. 

Founding Members and Contributors


We are forever grateful for the many community members and local businesses who helped with the KXRW startup.  These community angels believed in us from the very beginning and in our shared passion to bring community radio back to SW Washington.  They understand the importance of having a local platform where we can educate, inform, entertain, engage in positive dialogue, share ideas and stories, highlight nonprofits doing amazing things, promote events and businesses.  This platform serves to provide a more open media and a more just community that listens and learns from each other which ultimately moves us all forward in a postive way.  



HUGE THANK YOU to the following KXRW Founding Members and Contributors:   XRAY.FM, Bill Dickey, Don and Mary Orange, Dr. Art Simons, Dr. Beth Lee, Bruce Davis, Bob Stevens, Mike and Bobbi Selig, Longshoreman ILWU Local #4, The DoGooders, Ted and Paula Gates, David Dansky, Tom Dwyer Automotive, Jeff & Noelle Angelo, In Memoriam Donald Forman, Christine Lynch, Joe & Sara Clemons, Temple Lentz, In Memoriam Charles Selig, Jody Akers, Chandra Chase, Kathleen Chase, Emily Rogalette, Dawn Galli, Deb and Don Russo, Dr. Richard Kubienic, Mona McNeil, Carol & John Domench, Leslie Johnson & Jennifer Kelly, Barb Seaman, Holly Williams, Julie Gorham, Kim Genly, Suzanne Kendall,  Wendy Wright, Erik & Sharon Morton, Ken & Debra Budde, David McDevitt, Eveylyn & Tim Orr, Jesse & Rosemary Williams, Jim & Shinon DeLong, Ty Stober, Earl Schwartz, and Susan and Manuel Galaviz. 


Also, to the businesses, organizations and community members who donated equipment, time, and/or labor:  Jefferson Smith, Jenny Logan, Tim Marcroft, Todd Urick, Prometheus Radio Project, Chris Hammett, ADCO Printing, Lincoln's Beard Band, Michael Couzens, Amanda Brockman, Media Institute for Social Change, Jason Renaud, Carlton Bear, NWCAVE.org, Beacock's Music, Music World, Michael Brown, Dave Fulton, Arther Rizzotto, Chase Spross, Roben White, Donna and Michelle Bart, Wanda McNealy, Paul Green, Loowitt Brewing, Mariah Galaviz, Stephanya Portukalian, Kitty Palazzo, Lori Secker, Lesa Howell, Brickhouse Bar & Grill, Gerald and Lisa Gaule, Josh Whitehead, Phil Carson, Justin Allen Chance, Amy Abero, Richard Wilson, Ed Frankel and his son, Charles Humble, Bob Passera, and last but certainly not least, Mr. Robert Bolton with Harmony Road Music School.