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7/23/2013 The Pop Shop

Together again…at last! It’s a full house this week on the Pop Shop as Liberty Finch and DJ Izzy reunite for a show dedicated to duos, duets, couples, colleagues, collaborators, partners and pairs.

7/23/2013 Our Show of Shows
7/23/2013 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Jean Silverberg
News Host: Terry Carter
Producer: Ron Thums

7/23/2013 Democracy Now!
Rosy Simas on First Person Radio 7/24/13

Please join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, July 24, 2013, for a conversation with contemporary dance choreographer Rosy Simas, Seneca who lives and teaches in Minneapolis.

7/23/2013 Conversations with Al McFarlane
7/23/2013 Spin with Cyn

Flavor Crystals’ Josh Richardson, and Magic Castles’ Jason Edmonds joined Spin w/ Cyn spinning favorite psych-rock, psych-folk, garage and nuggets.

Local Saw Players

The handsaw is not just a carpenter’s tool—it’s also a musical instrument. The saw makes an eerie sound similar to a violin or a woman’s voice. KFAI producer Jessica Lehman met with two local saw players to learn about this unusual instrument.

North Star Museum of Boy Scouting & Girl Scouting

Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts may conjure up memories of cookies and campfires, but did you know that Minnesota created the Tiger Cub program? Or that an East St. Paul troop led the nation in the World War I Liberty Bond drive? KFAI producer Britt Aamodt discovers the North Star Museum of Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting in North St. Paul, and learns about scout history.

Goldstein Museum of Design

The Goldstein Museum of Design on the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus is named after two sisters: Harriet and Vetta Goldstein. Housing thousands of objects, including Chanel dresses, Navajo rugs, Ralph Rapson chairs and other 20th century relics, the museum began as the nation’s first School of Home Economics.

7/23/2013 Corazon Latino
St. Paul's Frogtown Neighborhood

Frogtown is a St. Paul neighborhood built largely by immigrants. Years ago, Germans settled in the area, living and working around University Avenue. Today Frogtown is a thriving cultural mecca and epicenter of Hmong culture in Minnesota. KFAI’s Britt Aamodt tours Frogtown with Danielle Dart from the Minnesota Historical Society.

7/23/13 Womenfolk

Summer songs, including new music from Kelly Hogan, Lori McKenna & Shannon McNally!

7/23/2013 Womenfolk
7/23/2013 Rollin' and Tumblin'

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7/23/2015 Tuesday's Spoken Word
7/23/2013 Free Speech Radio News
7/23/2013 Write On! Radio

We speak with Dean Koontz about his new novel Deeply Odd.

7/23/2013 Bonjour Minnesota
7/23/2013 Balkan Jamboree

Tonight the show is Balkan Pachanga, it is Spanish for Jamboree. Where the Balkan music meets the Latino music. It is ‘show-in-the show” with hosts/guests Nickolai and Gilberto – the producer and host of Encuentro

Tuesday, July 23, 2013