Can be encrypted but I would be surprised if this signal actually is. There are plenty of omnidirectional antennas that could be receiving a signal sent from Tikaboo, but I can't say which one it is. Without a directional antenna, I can't say definitively that the radio peak is the location of the receiving antenna. It could be somewhere else in the generally eastward direction from Tikaboo, including an unidentified installation on Badger Mountain. This doesn't mean it has been repaired, however.
Kilroy Was Here
Kilroy the Cop : Richard Kiley : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
The musicians are listed only by their initials, but I'm reasonably certain there are some Cloud Nothings and some New Planet Trampoliners on here. The music on here is all instrumental except for when it features samples of various things. Online, there are titles listed for each of the six tracks; disappointingly, these were not listed on the CD version, which is especially unfortunate as they came up with some good ones. The style here is experimental, some more electronic, some more psychedelic, some more ambient. A couple of them, I think, would serve very as well as the soundtrack to some kind of arty movie.
Kilroy the Cop
Comic Books V for Vendetta: The A-in-a-circle sign is used, along with the V. The Smurfs comic book version of "King Smurf" has the rebel Smurfs painting graffiti all over the walls of Smurf houses that defame and denounce King Smurf, which irritates the title character to no end. It even goes so far as someone somehow putting a "Down with King Smurf" note on the back of his cape.
A once-forsaken rust-belt city in the Mohawk Valley may not seem like a cure for depression, but it is and I have taken its welcome for granted for too long. My first summer away from home was spent stranded in Utica. I worked in a garment factory until my ineptitude at the sewing machine put an end to the checks. Without a way home, I spent as much time as I could at the Art Institute, day after day.