Arts & Culture

4/11/2014 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
4/11/2014 The Morning Blend

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

4/10/2014 Fresh Fruit

Show Host: Roxanne Anderson

In Studio Guest: Liz Lassiter-Vocalist, Eli-Keyboards, Shauen Silent Observer & fone photographer

4/10/2014 Disabled and Proud
4/10/2014 Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Flamenco Show

Kristina hosts a great show of Seguiriyas by some super powerful singers, all from new CDs, fresh from Spain!

04.10.14 BELOWtheWASTE

The Long-Promised Vietnamese New Wave Spectacular

4/10/2014 The Morning Blend

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

4/9/2014 MinneCulture

Spring Pledge drive continues, with more features from 10,000 Fresh Voices.

1. Chimgee’s Mission / Produced by Diane Richard
Erdenechimeg “Chimgee” Haltarhuu is a Mongolian circus performer and crusader against domestic abuse. She teaches full-time at Circus Juventas, in St. Paul. With her Mission Manduhai initiative, she takes her troupe, Circus Manduhai, to rural Mongolia, where she educates circus-goers about the dangers of violence in the home. As World Circus Day and the 20th anniversary of Circus Juventas approach in April, she speaks with KFAI reporter Diane Richard about the dueling passions that animate her life.

2. The Minneapolis Art Lending Library / Produced by Britta Greene
The Minneapolis Art Lending Library (MALL) allows patrons to borrow artwork for two months at a time. Started by three recent college grads, the project recently received a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council. With the money, the library will move to a new space, build its collection and—the founders hope—reach out to more community members.

3. Sulfates and Minnesota’s Wild Rice / Produced by Kelly Schoenfeld
For more than three years, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has studying the water quality standard for Minnesota wild rice. In this feature, producer Kelly Schoenfelder learns about the results.

4/9/2014 Art Matters

“A Discussion on Race and Hip Hop Dance in MN,” with choreographers Jason Noer aka B-Boy J-Sun and Kenna Cottman, along with global hip hop facilitator Zenzele Isoke, Ass’t Professor of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies at the U of M. Also, Los Angeles-based TeAda Productions presents Leilani Chan’s “Refugee Nation” at Intermedia Arts.

4/9/2014 Listening Lounge

BLACK GOLD BOOM
Three rich sketches of folks in the North Dakota oilfields by Todd Melby.

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