Arts & Culture

Is your first or third skin a hot spot? First skin is the thing that bounds our physical being; second skin is our clothes; third skin is the built environment we live and work in.
Hosted by Paula Quinlan and Midwest Building Ecology Coalition.


Kohl Miner, Indigenous storyteller and Allison Heimstead, director of WINTER DREAMS, In The Heart Of The Beast Theater production

Going solo DJ Miguel Vargas flies solo on this episode where we feature music by George Harrison, Julieta Venegas, Xuxa, Enanitos Verdes, and much much more….

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Halfrican from Teenage Diaries and How the West Was Won by Lacy Roberts

A ton of new music, some old favorites, and even an airing of Happy Birth Dub for Dr. StrangeDub. Brand new remixes of Dubmatix’s:http://www.dubmatix.com System Shakedown album on the new Clash of the Titans; some cool new Slovenian dub from the Fraj Ton Dub compilation; and new music from Dub Colossus, Babilonci (the very nice These Boots cover), Roots Nation, Jesse Royal, Bandulu Dub & Haji Mike, Masia One & Sabotawj (the very cool Irie), Natty Dave, and our own Mutant Frogs.

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No calendar, no interviews, no talk – just music to make you shake your culo (type that word onto the Babel Fish link below for an accurate translation) while you cook up that Thanksgiving feast.
link:http://babelfish.yahoo.com

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N.M Kelby stops by the studio to talk about her newest book, the yummy White Truffles in Winter, a novel about the great French chef Auguste Escoffier. It’s an Indie NEXT pick and BookPage’s Top Fiction Pick for November.

Also this week, we chat with Elizabeth Searle, Alan Davis and Kevin Carollo, who have all written about terrorism or tragedy and its aftermath. They recently toured to discuss the common elements in their writing.

Elizabeth Searle is the author of the novel Girl Held in Home as well as A Four-Sided Bed, which was nominated for an American Library Association Book Award.

Alan Davis is the author of the short story collection So Bravely Vegetative. He teaches in the MFA programs at Fairfield University and Minnesota State University, Moorhead. His two previous short story collections both won the MVP Competition. He has also won two Fulbrights, a Loft-McKnight Award, and a Minnesota State Arts Board Fellowship.

Kevin Carollo also teaches at MSU, Moorhead. He has published poems in Conduit, Court Green, Cranky, Lungfull!, Ellipsis, and elsewhere.

Kinshasha talked with Dr. Matthew Edlund about his groundbreaking book The Power of Rest – Dr. Edlund takes a fresh look at the role that rest plays in the quality of our lives, offering a proven program to enhance your health, help you look younger, and feel restored.

This important conversation provides answers to some pressing health concerns, and is an important adjunct for those already investing time, energy, and money in their health. Listeners interested in a new plan to help with sleep disruptions, fatigue, lack of zest, weight loss, or diabetes will find important solutions in this timely conversation.

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