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4/4/2014 Groovin Plenty
4/4/2014 Fubar Omniverse

Spring pledge-o-rama under an unsolicited blanket of April snow. Thanks to everyone who heeded the call to support community radio!

4/4/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host: Michael Cyrs
News Host: Rico Morales
Producer / Engineer: Yvette Howie

4/4/2014 Across The Board

pledge drive week 1: money to burn

4/4/2014 Voice Cried Softly - Patti Does P'Drive
JAZZED UP AND BONKERS!! SHOW #27!!

Dan and Travis get into some big-time fun radio junk as they play all kindsa nutso records, games and jokes and also talk to CARON MASO from THE LITTLE GIRLS band. In addition, they set out to break the world’s record for biggest sand castle ever built by humans!! Will they break the record? Find out by checking out the show!! Its JAZZED UP AND BONKERS #27!! You can’t lose, right?

4/3/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Mark Koerner
News Host: Janis Lane-Ewart
Producer: Paul Brohaugh

4/3/2014 In Your Ear
4/2/2014-Click "Episode Details" to hear Andra Suchy & Jenny Dalton on our FOREVER archives.

4/2/2014 MinneCulture

Spring Pledge Drive beings! Tonight MinneCulture features three shorts from our 10,000 Fresh Voices series:

1. The sisterhood of the traveling scarves / Dylan Peers McCoy
Tucked away on the second floor of the African Development Center in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis, is a tiny thrift shop called the Sisterhood Boutique. The shop is a dream come true for the founders—a group of young East African women who call themselves the Sisterhood of the Traveling Scarves. After meeting and planning for nearly two years at the Brian Coyle Community Center, the high school entrepreneurs opened their store in February 2014.

2. Family’s artistic creativity spans multiple generations / Manda Lillie
The sudden and dramatic regression of Monica Moses’ development in the early years of her life alarmed her mother and grandmother. They watched as the toddler lost her ability to talk, walk and make eye contact. They sought help, and when Monica was diagnosed with Autism, they moved forward with treatment and therapy. Today Monica is a happy 17-year-old and part of a multi-talented, multi-generational family who share creative genes in the visual and literary arts.

3. Abdi Elmi’s unique distinction / Britta Greene
Abdi Elmi is the only court-certified Somali interpreter in the country. He lives here in Minnesota, home to the largest Somali population in the United States, and he—unsurprisingly—keeps a full caseload. KFAI producer Britta Greene brings us this story about Abdi Elmi and the challenges of interpreting at the highest levels.

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