Arts & Culture

9/18/2009 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
9/17/2009 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Dixie Treichel John Townsend

Guests: Senator Scott Dibble, Vi, Qamar, Kirsten Anderson, Nicole Mills

Homeless Queer Youth a Strive to Thrive special

9/17/2009 Art Matters
9/17/2009 Write On Radio!

In the first half, National Book Award winner Pete Hautman joins us to talk about his newest novel for young people, How to Steal a Car.

In the second half, James Levine discusses his book, The Blue Notebook, a novel inspired by the plight of child sex workers in Mumbai. Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns said, “_The Blue Notebook_ is a deeply moving story and a searing reminder of the resilience of the human spirit. It is a tribute to how writing can give meaning and help one transcend even the most harrowing circumstances. The voice of Batuk, the unforgettable child prostitute heroine, will stay with the reader a long, long time.”

9/16/2009 Echo Chamber
9/15/2009 Disabled and Proud

Jon Skaalen, from VSA Arts, and Anne Peacock from VSA’s board will be talking about the VSA auction and Cabaret fund raiser coming up on September 20th

9/14/2009 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture
9/14/2009 Listening Lounge

Life Stories: Women at Work, Part 2 (by Jay Allison)

9/14/2009 Health Notes

Biology of Stress and Racism:
You may have had an intuition over the years that your body is holding stress and traumas inside. In the fields of trauma, neuro-science (i.e., science of the nervous system) and developmental psychology, we are beginning to understand that stress/trauma is in fact not in the event or only in the mind but also in the body’s nervous system. The same can be said about stress and traumas caused by racism.

Kinshasha talked with Patient Advocate Mary Shomon in her 2nd half hour about her new book The Menopause Thyroid Solution