Arts & Culture

2/8/2010 Health Notes


Kinshasha talked with Fred Burks the founder of “

Before resigning from the US State Department in 2004 due to excessive secrecy demands, Fred Burks served many years as a language interpreter for presidents and other dignitaries. He interpreted for Bush, Clinton, Gore, Cheney, and many other top officials of the US and other countries. Having participated in numerous secret meetings where the only people allowed were the principals and their interpreters, he has acquired important inside information and contacts.

After receiving a wealth of eye-opening information on major cover-ups from respected friends and colleagues, Fred was inspired to develop this website in October 2002. Continually opening to divine guidance, Fred has dedicated himself both to getting the word out about the cover-ups, and to inspiring others to help transform ourselves and our world through love and empowerment. He is currently executive director of the PEERS network of websites and manager of

Fred has also helped develop and foster several inspiring communities and websites, including Moment of Love and the free Personal Growth Courses. To read some of his inspirational writings, Fred’s deepest commitment in life is “I give all that I am into the service of All That Is.”

2/7/2010 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
2/7/2010 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Murder Wears a Mask, a Red Panda adventure from the Decoder Ring Theater in Canada. Hostel Territory, the Deadeye Kid and his ghostly sidekick come across a Quaker Hostel that with hostage problems.

2/7/2010 Filipino American National News
2/7/2010 Wave Project

I Just Dropped From the Sky
Host Rajib Bahar presents Bangladeshi music plus interviews Carol Byrne Engebretsen of the Minnesota International Center. Rajib will also interview rising Bangladeshi singer Suzana Ansar about her music and her career.

2/5/2010 Radio Antilles
2/5/2010 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
2/4/2010 Fresh Fruit

Minnesota Freedom Band was on to talk about their upcoming concert

2/4/2010 Art Matters
2/4/2010 Write On Radio!

Thursday, February 4th on Write on Radio, Mark Wansa talks about his book The Linden and the Oak. His first novel, The Linden and the Oak tells the story of two families and an ill-fated romance set against three very different backdrops: the impoverished Carpatho-Rusyn peasant existence in Eastern Europe in the early 20th century; the horrific slaughter on the Eastern Front during World War I; and, finally, the voyage to a new life in Ameryka.

Also in this show, we talk with Eric Dregni about his food-obsessed chronicle of an American’s three years in Italy, Never Trust a Thin Cook and Other Lessons from Italy’s Culinary Capital. Eric Dregni is also the author of In Cod We Trust: Living the Norwegian Dream and Zamboni: The Coolest Machines on Ice_, among others.