Arts & Culture

Today’s show featured an interview with the “Soul Trust”: Ronn Easton, Sonny Knight, Maurice Jaycox, and Maurice Young. These four fabulous vocalists came into the studio to talk about, and sing about, their upcoming event called” Oh, What A Night”. It will take place Friday, April 18, 2014 at the Parkway Theater on 48th Street and Chicago in Minneapolis, 7:00pm. The show features the music of the Dells, the Impressions, the Temptations, the Manhattans and much more. Master Soul Vocalist Wee Willie Walker will join them for a night of love, soul and memories. For more information, go to: www.ronneaston.com

Songs of civil rights & social justice movements, in celebration of Black History Month & the late great Pete Seeger

Cormac O'Sé (O'Shea), Founder/Owner of The Celtic Junction was here to talk about The Celtic Junction and about his time as a principal dancer with Riverdance and play his piano accordion.

Prof. Mahmoud El Kati talks about the legacy of Civil Rights Legend, Matthew Little, Nelson Mandela and Martin Martin Luther King Jr.

When you listen closely to Mahmoud El-Kati, a life-long educator and professor emeritus of history at Macalester College, you will hear one of the more nuanced and passionate voices working in anti-racism today. ”Race is not based in genetics,” El-Kati explains. “Race is a myth. Racism is a reality.

In this important conversation, Professor El Kati helps us to understand that our history is our humanity.

Two from the Sci-Fi Radio series. Imposter by Philip K. Dick. and Wall of Darkness by Arthur C. Clarke.

With Jim Rudolf – Lots of good music that may have not made it to the Twin Cities airwaves

Pages