Rock

2/28/2014 Groovin Plenty

Cool cover of Fleetwood Mac’s The Chain by Si Se right out of the gate of today’s show.

2/28/2014 Fubar Omniverse

Full House on Fubar: Charlie Pickett and FullSet

2/28/2014 The Morning Blend

Hosts: Yvette Howie, Michael Cyrs, Bryan Triechel
Guests: Psalm One, Fluffly, Thomas Stoffregen, T. Scott
Programs: MN 90, Moments of the Movement, Versed Radio, Radio Pocho
Editors: Saquoya Brunner, Rico Morales
Reporters: Diksha Maurya, Dylan Peers McCoy, DJ Kari, DJ Lady Em

2/28/2014 Across The Board

Return of the King

2/28/2014 Voice Cried Softly

Prison Life!!

2/27/2014 Shadow Planet

Mara highlights women on keyboards, guitars, and other non-vocal roles. Doctor Beast discusses the very vocal role of women in the development of crystallography.

2/27/2014 The Morning Blend

Hosts: Paul Brohaugh, Mark Koerner, Janis Lane-Ewart
Programs: World Exposure, Moments of the Movement, MN90
Reporters: Manda Lillie, Craig Sinard, Janis Lane-Ewart

2/27/2014 In Your Ear
February 26-Click "Episode Details" to hear Outlaw Saint on our FOREVER archives.

2/26/2014 MinneCulture

Peggy’s Dreams: Living life with Down syndrome
Produced by Marisa Helms

Peggy Mehen wants to make some changes in her life. She wants a new job. She wants to live independently. And her biggest dream is to be a supermodel. The fact that Peggy is a 40 year-old woman with Down syndrome has little impact on what she believes she can achieve. As a child growing up in the 1970s and ’80s, Peggy belongs to a first generation of children with Down syndrome to be mainstreamed into schools—paving the way for today’s generation of parents and people with Down syndrome who continue to push boundaries and demand greater inclusion and better social and medical supports in the community.

Peggy’s Dreams: Living life with Down syndrome, was produced by Marisa Helms (marisahelms.com). Producer’s Note: The 1952 educational film heard in my story, In Our Care: Woodward State Hospital and School, is part of a 13-week series of documentaries about Iowa’s state institutions. The entire In our Care series is archived online at the Minnesota Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities website (mn.gov/mnddc).

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