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25 year old Gay Soccer Pro Robbie Rogers made history by coming out, Fresh Fruit, Dec 18, 7pm

Dec 18 2014

In February 2013, when 25 year old championship-winning soccer player Robbie Rogers came out as gay via a letter that he posted online, he made sports history. After having kept his sexuality a secret for 25 years, he became the first openly gay man to compete in a major North American professional sports league. In “Coming Out to Play”, Robbie takes readers on his incredible journey from terrified teenager to a trailblazing out and proud professional soccer player for the LA Galaxy, who has embraced his new identity as a role model and champion for those still struggling with the secrets that keep them from living their dreams.

Join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend on Fresh Fruit Dec 18, 2014 at 7pm with guests: Robbie Rogers, Joan Vorderbruggen, Anthony Ceballos, Adrian Balbontin, Plus 2014 new music releases by Nhojj, Beverly McClellan, k anderson and more.

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Tall Paul is "No Good Good Guy"

Dec 18 2014

Native American rapper Tall Paul was born in Minneapolis and grew up listening to all varieties of hip hop.

For the past five years he’s been recording and performing live music at various venues, finding ways to express his culture by way of an unexpected art form.

Tall Pall was recently featured on the KFAI program Versed Radio. Versed Radio is a program presented online by KFAI on alternate Thursdays. For the latest episode, click here.

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Dec 15th Grief and the Holidays - Grief Specialist Deb Mechley on Health Notes

Dec 15 2014

“Grief is surrounding my Holidays” and I ask, “What do I do now?”
Sadness feels sadder and loneliness goes deeper. The need for support may be the greatest during the holidays. Pretending you don’t hurt or it is not a harder time of year is just not the truth of you. The truth is, time does heal. Time simply arranges us in the direction of our healing journey. You can and will get through the holidays. Rather than avoiding the feelings of grief, lean into them… It’s not the grief you want to avoid, it’s the pain. Am I right? Grief is the way out of the pain. There are a number of ways to incorporate your loved one and your loss into the holidays. Tune in for ways to cope, and trust what shows up for you and BE with that.

Spiritual Care Advisor and Grief Support Specialist for Hospice Advantage will be sharing her wisdom on this important subject.

Health Notes Airs on Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

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