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So we admit that we were skeptical. When Arrow 93.1 suddently went off the air (which we never actually found out; we only deduced this by the curious inclusion of Sheryl Crow and Berlin in the "Arrow" playlist the day the station went black), we were unsure what to make of the new station.

It seemed to us there were echoes of Star 98.7 back when it started (when it really was the best of the '80s and '90s with a smattering of songs from today, and they still had "Totally '80s Friday Night"), but Arrow disappearing without a word seemed a little bit too similar to the birth of Indie 103.