Arts & Culture

6/20/2014 Groovin Plenty

As the rain fell all week I was thinking about songs to help deal with it. I offer those in this edition of GPlenty. Got visits from friends in hour 2 Pam and Pablo.

6/20/2014 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
6/20/2014 The Morning Blend

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

6/19/2014 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

Pride Month Show-Queering the Arts

Guests: Pam Colby, filmmaker, Not in My Lifetime: GLBT Elders on Marriage; Patrick Coyle, filmmaker, The Public Domain; Cassandra Snow, Final Frontier Festival, Gadfly Theatre Productions; Patrick Scully & Kevin Kortan, Leaves of Grass Uncut, Illusion Theater

6/19/2014 Disabled and Proud

Susan Anderson from Vision Loss Resources will be talking about their family fun day coming up and about Vision Loss Resources.

6/19/2014 Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Flamenco Show

Kristina is back to Milongas because Anna Natt is coming to teach them in September at Anda workshops.

06.19.14 BELOWtheWASTE

Shut Up and Guest

6/19/2014 The Morning Blend

Hosts: Paul Brohaugh, Mark Koerner, Tricia Collopy
Guests: Ted Bunch, Jason McKinney, Christopher Bagley, Janee Harteau
Programs: World Exposure
Partners: Southwest Journal
Editors: Saquoya Brunner
Reporters: Mike Fischbein, Robert Easley

6/18/2014 MinneCulture

Tonight’s program features a performance by the Poor Nobodys —a group that tells stories through its orchestral arrangements. The band also works as a scoring ensemble for film and theater productions. This program was recorded live at the Cedar Cultural Center, and produced for KFAI by Daniel Zamzow.

6/18/2014 Art Matters

An interview with Patrick Scully about his work “Leaves of Grass Uncut” — a collage of dance, theater, video and poetry celebrating Walt Whitman, radical artist of the 1800s; and with painter Kerry Jean Pennings, about her show “Mythic Ancestors” at the Vine Arts Center.

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