Put down your newspaper, turn off your computer and listen to the radio

On good days, Mountain Xpress is a good read on both the printed page and the Internet. Today, it’s going to be a good listen.

Matt Mittan, the host of Take a Stand! with Matt Mittan, is on a brief vacation, and he’s put Xpress on the mic today (Monday, Oct. 22) for the entirety of his talk show, which runs from 3 to 6 p.m. on 570 AM.

Our main topic: The “Best of WNC,” as derived from our annual reader survey, which is on the stands this week. We’ll talk to long-time winners, Xpress’ team of analysts and whoever wants to call in.

If that’s not enough reason to flip the switch on your radio, there’s more: We’ve scheduled an exclusive interview with Jake Frankel — the mystery man dubbed “best local sex symbol” in the survey.

—Jon Elliston, managing editor

About Jon Elliston
Former Mountain Xpress managing editor Jon Elliston is the senior editor at WNC magazine.

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5 thoughts on “Put down your newspaper, turn off your computer and listen to the radio

  1. Carrie

    I’m picturing a call-in show called, “This Is Why You’re Stupid”. That’s radio gold right there.

  2. James

    hmmmm…a radio show with Jason Bugg. Maybe that’s something “The Mountain” should look into doing.

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