Arts & Culture

3/11/2010 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Leigh Combs Roxanne Anderson

Jerry Hughes of the Hughes Foundation, Ani Koch of Rainbow Health Initiative

3/11/2010 Art Matters
3/11/2010 Write On Radio!

Mark Mills calls in from the UK to talk about his third novel, The Information Officer, a novel of suspense, with a love story, set in the Mediterranean on the island of Malta during World War II. Mark Mills’s previous novels are Amagansett and The Savage Garden.

Also on this program, acclaimed author Kathleen Norris joins us in the studio to talk about her newest book, Acedia Me: Marriage, Monks, and a Writer’s Life. Kathleen Norris is also the author of The Cloister Walk, Dakota: A Spiritual Life, and Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith, among others.

3/11/2010 Poquito y Bueno

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3/10/2010 Echo Chamber

In celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8th) and National Women’s History Month, the Echo Chamber presented its annual Beautiful Sounds of Women…Around the World special.

3/9/2010 Disabled and Proud

Alison Bergblom Johnson and Amy Salloway read some of their works.

3/8/2010 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture

Guest Artist: Sai the Funny Guy

3/8/2010 Listening Lounge

Brainhilda, Dyana and Other Stories About Women (Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and World Vision Report)

3/8/2010 Health Notes

International Women’s Day Celebration – Girls of Distinction

Health Notes celebrated International Women’s Day with a program entitled called “Girls of Distinction,”

High school girls from We Win Institute’s Rites of Passage program will be honoring great African and African American She-roes.
Through poetry, biographies and song, they talked about women such as Angela Davis, Yaa Asantewa, Maya Angelou, Queen Latifah and Alicia Keyes.

KFAI’s Executive Director, Janis Lane Ewart was also featured on this important International Women’s Day program

3/7/2010 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC