Arts & Culture

2/25/2010 Art Matters
2/25/2010 Write On Radio!

Novelist and poet Mary Logue joins us to talk about her newest book of poetry, Hand Work. Mary Logue’s other books include Meticulous Attachment (a collection of poetry), the young adult novel Dancing with an Alien, and the Claire Watkins mystery series.

Also on this show, we talk with Ellen Sandbeck, author Green Barbarians: Live Bravely on Your Home Planet, a guidebook for making informed decisions in order to live happier, safer, and more environmentally responsible lives.

2/24/2010 Echo Chamber

From TAWk to Ras Takura, from Hotdrop to The Technician, another show filled with great new music. Also new this week: Scratchy Dubplate Crew, Levi Roots & Michael Rose, Reverse Engineering, Mind’s Eye Dub, Fatima, Duba, Chin Dub, and an exclusive live track from Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad.

2/23/2010 Disabled and Proud

Pat Fisher of Accessibility dot Net, and braille shop

2/22/2010 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture

Mostly Music Monday – every last Monday of the month, you’ll hear MOSTLY MUSIC by Hmong artists and LESS TALK.

2/22/2010 Listening Lounge

Racial Cleansing in America (Four stories about race in America.)

2/22/2010 Health Notes

“Young People Celebrate Black History”

Health Notes celebrated Black History featuring young people from WE WIN Institute. 17 young people in all were a part of this special programming ranging from ages 7 to 11.

These young people talked about the history of African and African American heroes and sheroes.

WE WIN Institute, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the academic and social success of all children.

WE WIN programs emphasize African history and culture, to create pride for children of African descent, yet; they celebrate and welcome children of all cultures into their programs.

2/21/2010 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
2/21/2010 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Fallen Angels That Bounce from ZBS. Flo is having upsetting dreams, so Joe and Mo teach her how to make her dreams into whatever she wants them to be.

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