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Tom McManus, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Inductee. Tom was the first full time employee of KPBS, serving as the radio station’s Program Director and later Station Manager from 1968-1988.

Published on September 10, 2010

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Paul Marshall, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Inductee. Marshall created and served as Executive Producer for the Emmy Award winning series, Club Date, which KPBS produced and distributed during the 1980s and 90s. The series was accepted as a complete collection now residing in the Library of Congress’ Jazz Music section.

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Ken Jones, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Inductee. Jones was a speech communications professor at San Diego State College (now SDSU) and spent years pushing for an educational radio station on campus. His vision was realized on September 12, 1960 when KEBS went on the air. Affectionately called the "founding father" of KPBS, Jones died in the fall of 2009 at the age of 90.

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Margaret A. Cargill, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Visionaries Inductee. Cargill began supporting KPBS anonymously in the late 1990s through the Akaloa Resource Foundation. Gifts from the Foundation focused primarily providing KPBS with resources to augment with content independent from PBS and NPR. The Foundation continues to support KPBS through grants for an educaton reporter and other local programing.

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Jeannie Rivkin, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Visionaries Inductees. Arthur and Jeannie Rivkin gave their first contribution to KPBS in 1971. They were major contributors to KPBS Campaign to Make a Difference and the campaign for the KPBS Digital Future. Their family have also been generously supporting children’s programming for more than 10 years.

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Donald and Darlene Shiley (left) with David Copley and Judith Harris. Donald and Darlene Shiley and the Copley Family are charter members of the KPBS Hall of Fame. Both families were honored with a Visionary Award.

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Dr. Andrew and Erna Viterbi, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Visionaries Inductees. The Viterbi Family has supported KPBS since 1988. A very generous gift from the family enabled KPBS to become the first PBS station to convert to High Definition broadcasting and made it possible for KPBS to construct and equip the most up to date digital production studios.

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The Blue Mosque in Istanbul

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Promotional photo of musician David Garrett on a roof top with his violin.

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"Hallelujah Broadway" performers (l-r): Alfreda Burke, Rodrick Dixon, Linda Eder and Anthony Kearns. The concert was filmed in Prague on February 8, 2010

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When you join or renew at the $60 level during our TV Membership Campaign, you'll receive Peggy Cappy's DVD "Easy Yoga For Arthritis."

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Yoga instructor Peggy Cappy (pictured) demonstrates yoga exercises designed to address arthritis problems.

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Malcolm Finniston (Anthony Calf), DS Hathaway (Laurence Fox) and DCS Lewis (Kevin Whately) star in "Dark Matter." When the Master of Gresham College, an amateur astronomer, is found dead at the foot of the University Observatory stairs, Lewis and Hathaway find that the finger of suspicion points at the staff.

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Flames from a massive fire are seen in a residential neighborhood September 9, 2010 in San Bruno, California. A massive explosion rocked a neighborhood near San Francisco International Airport.

Published on September 10, 2010