Arts & Culture

Byron Katie

Byron Katie founder of The Work talked about how her work was and is influenced by The Work and The Words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Act 2 of The Great High Wind That Blew the Low Post Down, the story of Bob Beers and how he got the Great McGinty fiddle, and with it the Scotch/Irish music that helped spawn the folk renaissance of the 1960s. From the One Act Audio Theater of San Francisco.

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Social injustice and children with guest Lenel Strowder.
Hosted by Charles E. Cox.

d.j. cozy little (Rocket Ship Ska Trip) is in for an ailing Johnny D this week, bringing you a taste of the overnight into the afternoon… enjoy!

DeAnna Pursai discusses her businesses: Angels on Stage and the College of Adaptive Arts

Minneapolist activist MEL REEVES talks about why MArtin luthe kind jr REMAINS RELEVENT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Join us for a festival of Romeras and Caracoles!

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PB & The Jam

This is one INCREDIBLE group. They jammed the night away and the icing on the cake I'd say was the DJ. He was more than just a DJ although he did have an actual vinyl disc but there was a kaoscillator or some other thingy that added to the flavor.

1960-With the help of Morris Day and the Time Machine we travel back to the 60s to explore some of our favorite tunes from the 60s.

Jazz Singer Sophia Shorai
Produced by Daniel Zamzow

Sophia Shorai was born in Zimbabwe and raised in Minneapolis. A classically trained pianist, she began exploring jazz in her early teens, learning vocalese from her trumpet-playing father. Sophia performs regularly at the Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis, and in other venues across the Twin Cities. In addition to singing, she has done voice work for national television commercials, as well as television and motion pictures. This concert was recorded April 28, at the Red Stag Supperclub in Northeast Minneapolis. With Tanner Taylor on keyboard.

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