Arts & Culture

7/7/2010 MinneCulture

In this edition of MinneCulture, Marya Morstad focuses on the creative aging and the arts; exploring elders and life-long artists, as well as pioneering work in arts and aging, both locally and nationally. Learn about arts in elder care facilities, and how art can positively improve your health and enrich your life.

7/7/2010 Art Matters
7/7/2010 Listening Lounge

Soldiers Soundtracks to War (Jake Warga)

7/7/2010 Echo Chamber

Another eclectic summer show mixing up old and new. New releases from Uptown Rebel, DJ Delay, Manutension, Aram Scaram/Citizen Sound, ElectroDubCompany, Dub Engine, The Blackstarliners, and the Nikki O’Neill Band. Also, the new compilation “In the Garden of Dub” (on the Positive Vibes netlabel). On top of this we featured a special mix from Dubsalon from Argentina (originally aired on “Echo Beach” at WLUW-FM).

7/6/2010 Write On Radio!

The incomparable author Erica Jong phones in to talk about her current work as well as her landmark novel, Fear of Flying. A novelist, poet, and essayist, Erica Jong has published 20 books, including eight novels, six volumes of poetry, six books of non-fiction and numerous articles in magazines and newspapers such as the New York Times, the Sunday Times of London, and the New York Times Book Review.

Also on Tuesday’s show we interview children’s book author and illustrator Lisa Jahn-Clough. Her books include Alicia Has a Bad Day and Little Dog, as well as the young adult novels Me, Penelope and Country Girl/City Girl. She currently teaches at Hamline University in the Low-Residency MFA Writing for Children program.

7/5/2010 MinneCulture

Chastity Brown live at the Cedar Cultural Center, recorded June 12, 2010.

7/5/2010 Health Notes

A Pathway To Higher Energy Levels, A Way of Being and Revolutionary Healthcare

The fourth of July is a celebration of a nation that was formed on radical and revolutionary ideas. This thinking and way of being has catapulted America to greatness.

A change in health care and our way of thinking and acting is more important now than ever, given the economy and our environment. People are stressed and so it is more important than ever for people to be well adjusted, able to work longer and harder due to more demand in our work place, focused enough to deal with constraint and to show and appreciate love to those around us. We are a nation of individuals and that is what is promised in the constitution and what makes America great but we can not come together if we cannot work together and that places a higher demand on our ability to have mental clarity and focus.

Being healthy saves the world money, health care costs are through the roof. It will be interesting to see where the administration is taking us but don’t leave it to them.

Take your health and your life into your own hands. You have control of your health, how is that for revolution? Health is due to conscious health decisions not coincidence.

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