SUTHERLIN — Stepping inside the Radio Days Museum transports you back 80 plus years into the past — from the vintage collection of radios to the music playing from the 1940s and the old radio program memorabilia.

Nika Bartoo-Smith is a Snowden Intern for The News-Review. She can be reached at nsmith@nrtoday.com.

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coach1

Where is this located?

MollyP

It's located at 103 East Central Avenue, one door down from Backside Brewery Outpost.

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