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We had a wonderful time with Lizz Winstead in this morning in advance of her third 2013 year-end review, "The Long and Binding Road," at the Parkway. She brought a playlist of Roseanne Cash, Billy Bragg, Japandroids and dear beloved Slim Dunlap. We hope to have her stop by in May when the paperback version of her book, "Lizz Free or Die," is released.
This week's play list.
NEW YEAR'S EVE in the Land of the Round Haircut - - BIRTHDAYS-IN-BLUE, SOUNDS OF THE SEASON and much, much more.....
If you are struggling with an emotional or physical health challenge, Free to Love, Free to Heal offers a unique, proven path to authentic healing. In this book, renowned mind-body physician and Chopra Center co-founder, David Simon, M.D., guides us in the five-step process that has helped thousands release their emotional pain, find freedom from the past, and reclaim happiness.
In Free to Love, Free to Heal, board-certified neurologist David Simon provides a systematic approach to identifying, mobilizing, and releasing the life-damaging beliefs and their corresponding physical imbalances that contribute to chronic pain, anxiety, obesity, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, addictive behaviors, chronic fatigue, immune disorders, and many other psychological and physical health conditions.
Drawing upon the Eastern healing arts and modern science, Dr. Simon shows you how to identify and transform the core misunderstanding that inhibit your body’s natural healing response. If you are prepared to become an active partner in your own healing journey, the information within this book will help you heal your emotions and heal your body
The History of Nicollet Island, Part I
Produced by Jessica Folker
Nicollet Island is the only inhabited island in the Mississippi River, and this leafy Minneapolis oasis has attracted a colorful crowd: gilded-age tycoons, train-riding vagabonds, hippies, and well-known musicians have all called the Island home. In the first of this two-part documentary, producer Jessica Folker explores the Island's more distant past, beginning with its days as a safe place for expectant Dakota women. Christopher and Rushika Hage--a resident couple whose love for the Island spawned two books on its illustrious history--offer stories about mosquito-plagued pioneers, murderous maids, beer caves, and disastrous events that affected the entire city.
A lot of danceable pop and fusion. Annie Khalid, Rabi Pirzada, Haroon, Faakhir, Jawad Ahmad, Najma Akhtar, FunDaMental, and more. Enjoy.
Happy New Year!