Arts & Culture

Host: Roxanne Anderson

Featured the documentary “Violence Against Disabled Women” courtesy of WINGS:Women’s International News Gathering Services www.wings.org

A break in series for a show of what else – love songs by flamenco singers + one.

A Valentine's bloodbath! Ben and Mason plow through more than two dozen love-bummers. Car wrecks! Plane crashes! Shark attacks! Ghost threats! Death by society/ambiguous drug use! Curl up with the one you love or hole up in a cabin plotting your revenge; this is the perfect soundtrack for either.

Taped live on location at scenic Medicine Lake. The KFAI studios were full and we didn't want to make you wait.  Feel free to put off listening 'til tomorrow over a box of 50% off assorted chocolates, if you must.

Music Host: Mark Koerner
News Host: Flor Frey
Producer: Dale Connelly

 

MAYDA

PERFORMED WITH D J NEEVIATOR

If you missed the show you can hear it now on our FOREVER archives here:

https://archive.org/details/1381Mayda2

Last Sunday night, the Okee Dokee Brothers won a Grammy for Best Children’s Album for their 2012 release, “Can You Canoe?” Inspired by nature, the local duo entertains children and adults with messages about environmental stewardship. In tonight’s encore presentation, MinneCulture presents Rediscovering the Mississippi River audio documentary by Flor and Peter Frey that features music by the Okee Dokee Brothers. Learn about the Mighty Miss—dubbed “messippi” by the Ojibwe Indians—which begins at Itasca State Park in Northern Minnesota and flows into the Gulf of Mexico from Louisiana. Covering more than 2,000 miles in 31 states, the Mississippi River has been the creative inspiration for American legends, folklore, and literature, including the Okee Dokee Brothers. For more information, go to okeedokee.org.

Segments: Minneapolis Television Network, and One Billion Rising local events.

BLIND DATE
Jean Shepherd, Jonathan Goldstein, & Storycorps histories

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