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2/24/2013 This Way Out

Determined Mongolians come out and get even; Bristol’s LGBT History Month observance brings tears and cheers; Activism brings backlash in Belarus, there are wedding announcements in four U.S. states but Thailand’s “Town of Love” rejects marriage-seeking same-gender couples, topless Parisian feminists celebrate Pope Benedict’s surprise departure, and more global LGBT news

2/25/2013 Fused Funk
2/25/2013 Sonic Pleasure
2/25/2013 The Morning Blend

Music Host: Cory Washington
News Host: Siobhan Kierans
Producer: Dale Connelly

2/25/2013 Democracy Now
2/25/2013 WOMEN in the CONSTRUCTION TRADES: Still Struggling After All These Years


2/25/2013 Pam Without Boundaries

We had a nice phone chat with Lucy Kaplansky this morning; she will join Claudia Schmidt and Heather Masse at the O’Shaughnessy Auditorium Friday, March 1st, for a special Women of Red House 30th Anniversary concert. Lucy talked about her latest album “Reunion” and the 30th anniversary for Red House. We also heard new music from Son Volt…

2/25/2013 The Shake and Bake Show
2/25/2013 Rockin' In Rhythm

All the songs in the first hour have "Harlem" in the title.

2/25/2013 Bop Street

BIRTHDAYS-IN-BLUE From the Land of the Round Haircut for The Man in Black JOHNNY CASH, Rockabilly Pioneer HARDROCK GUNTER, The Bayou Country’s CLARENCEBON TONGARLOW, and New Orleans’ own FATS DOMINO, who turns 85 tomorrow/Tuesday February 26!!! All this, along with a Preview of Tonight’s PBS American Masters: SISTER ROSETTA THARPE: The Godmother of Rock ‘N’ Roll.

2/25/2013 Free Speech Radio News
2/25/2013 African American Youth Celebrate Black Inventors

WE WIN Institute’s Theme for Black History Programming this year is African American Inventors. We will learn about those Black inventors who created the iron, the washing machine and traffic ligths. This is our opportunity to celebrate the greatness of African American people and highlight African American Youth.


2/25/2013 MinneCulture

A performance inspired by Africa and hosted by Ms. Kenna at Patrick’s Cabaret in Minneapolis. This independently produced show featured spoken word, live music, dance and more, with a focus on the African diaspora. The theme Africans in the Snow comes from poem by Louis Alehemayu, who was inspired by a photograph of two Somali women in a snowy Minneapolis parking lot.

2/25/2013 Sangam
2/25/2013 Radio Duende (aka International Jazz Conspiracy)


Monday, February 25, 2013