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Spirit of the Twin Cities
Interviews with local artists who are interested in spirituality.
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Somalida Maanta Co-host & Producers Salah Bare & Bashe Said discuss Somalia President's visit in Twin Cities. Somali President came to Twin Cities for his first visit in the State and spoke to the community at Minneapolis Convention Center earlier of the week. Salah covers President's visit for the program and shares main points of the president's speach with the audience along some history of Somalia. Salah can be reached at the email@example.com
Horn of Africa News in English
Eritrean News in Tigrigna
Current events summary
Feature Presentation - Decoder Ring Theatre is known for its ongoing serials, The Red Panda and Black Jack Justice. This story comes from their Summer Showcase. ID0 is a protocol that allows anyone with it to alter the identify files on the society's central computer system. Detective Drake Finn can't remember how he got into this case, but he's in it deep and now has to follow through... or get quite dead. Written by Gregg Taylor, as is the new ebook version of the story, Finn's Golem, available at the Decoder Ring website.
Selected Shorts - We get They Do It With Magnets from Action Science Theatre. It has to do with the huge amounts of information gathered from experiments done at the Large Hadron Collider, a miles-long tunnel used to send subatomic particles at supersized speeds for research and the search for the Higgs Boson, which has been stolen. Written by Dan Bond & Brian Macken.
Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle
"NewsWrap": Tens of thousands rally against anti-discrimination protections for sexual minorities in Hong Kong and against marriage equality in Paris; P.M. Julia Gillard reportedly assures the Australian Christian Lobby that religious exemptions from anti-bias laws -- including schools and hospitals -- will continue under updated federal anti-discrimination statutes, but the European Court of Human Rights rules in the case of two devout British Christians that religious belief cannot be used to justify discrimination against gays and lesbians; the Republican majority in the U.S. House raises the "debt ceiling" on defending the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in challenges to its constitutionality to 3 million dollars, while the out of court settlement of a class action lawsuit wins full separation pay for U.S. military personnel honorably discharged for being lesbian or gay but only given half the amount of other similarly-discharged service members; and well-known Canadian-born character actor Victor Garber comes out in the shadow of Jodie Foster (written by GREG GORDON, produced by STEVE PRIDE, and reported this week by CHRIS WILSON and JASON PROCTOR)
Veteran moviemaker JODIE FOSTER, who’s done critically-acclaimed work in front of and behind the camera for nearly five decades, finally broke her lesbian silence while accepting the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS in LOS ANGELES on January 13th. It was the first time Foster has spoken publicly about what had been an open secret to many. Nevertheless, acknowledging her sexual orientation to a worldwide TV audience during a sometimes-rambling thank you speech seemed to have been a last-minute decision
Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays – widely-known as P-FLAG – always gets some of the loudest cheers at LGBT Pride parades. It began when the group’s founding mother, JEANNE MANFORD, proudly marched with her son at New York’s Christopher Street Liberation Day Parade in 1972. Jeanne Manford died in her Daly City, California home on January 8th at the age of 92. Rachel Maddow delivered a touching eulogy on her MSNBC cable show a few days later. [www.msnbc.com]