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The Chiefs of the North came in loaded for Boar.  Five great musicians who can play hard rock, soft rock and keep us entertained all evening long.  Check it out. 

Flor Frey brings the news, David Cummings provides music.

Features include a conversation with Mary Turck, editor of the Twin Cities Daily Planet, an appearance by the Vibro Champs from Live from Studio 5, an interview with Sandy Spieler from Heart of the Beast Puppet and mask Theater on the theater's production of "La Natividad," and a live appearance by Minnesota's Revenue Commissioner, Myron Frans.  

A little bit of everything tonight: new dubs from the likes of Mighty Dub Katz, Bandulu Dub, and MakaRon; a Bost & Bim ska remix of Adele; a bit of Christmas in a reggae stylee; and a tribute to the late Ravi Shankar. More new dubs/remixes tonight from Tokyo Tower, Gilles Peterson, and Ticklah. And still more new music from Dubtonic Kru, Anuhea & Tarrus Riley, Dread Daze, Sammy Gold, Joseph’s Bones (Jason Levis), Super Hi-Fi, Redtenbacher’s Funkestra, The Breadwinners, Felipe Lopez, and David Powell.

The “End of the World” theme. I hosted Enemy Planes’ Shon Troth and Casey Call spinning “anti-end-of-the-world” songs. The second hour, I hosted Sean Anonymous, Chris Hooks of Big Cats! and Claire DeLune of The Chalice spinning in advance of their “End of the World” show Dec. 21 at First Avenue.

Janis Lane-Ewart of KFAI's "Collective Eye" program provides the music.

Terry Carter brings the news. 

We hear from KOEH in Dipperville.

Christina Cerutti interviews Yaya Sidi Sakor of the American Refugee Committee

Janis Lane-Ewart interviews writer J. Otis Powell

Todd Melby talks with young Minnesotans looking for work in the North Dakota oil fields

The Case of the Calico Lobster from the Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater. This is the conclusion of the story begun last week, involving a kidnapped blue lobster, a mobster, and Captain Waverly Underhill. Then we have a story from the History of detective Harry Nile, called The Case of the Baffled Ballerina. A double header of mysteries.

Our Annual Fab Four(th) Dimension program!