On Tuesday, July 17th, our guests include Elizabeth Haynes, author of Into the Darkest Corner, as well as Brenda Langton, the co-author of The Spoonriver Cookbook.
Elizabeth Haynes is a police intelligence analyst. She started writing fiction in 2006 with the annual challenge of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and the encouragement of the creative writing courses at West Dean College. She lives in a village near Maidstone, Kent, with her husband and son.
A performance inspired by Africa and hosted by Ms. Kenna at Patrick’s Cabaret in Minneapolis. This independently produced show featured spoken word, live music, dance and more, with a focus on the African diaspora. The theme “Africans in the Snow” comes from poem by Louis Alehemayu, who was inspired by a photograph of two Somali women in a snowy Minneapolis parking lot.
As we grow older, our aches and pains increase. Julie Daniluk believes we can reduce inflammation in our bodies with an improved diet rather than popping Motrin, Aleve, and Advil like Tic-Tacs. Daniluk recommends foods that naturally possess effective anti-inflammatory properties.
21 Pounds in 21 Days – Martha Vineyard Diet Detox – Roni DeLuc – How to improve your health by detoxing your body.
Michelle Gross, President of Communities United Against Police Brutality, joins community members during this WAVE Project program on “Seeking Justice, Mandating Police Accountability.” The discussion will feature the story of a local mother and her son, who was killed by the police, the recent club closings in Downtown Minneapolis and the measure to dramatically change the Minneapolis Civilian Review Authority. Also included in the hour is a spoken word piece by local poet and rapper Tou SaiKo Lee and up-and-coming North Carolina singer-songwriter, Laila Nur.