Arts & Culture

host: 1st Thursday host leigh combs engineer: Dixie Treichel
Blake School student group The Justice League and their upcoming event Stand Up, Speak Out
Andrea Jenkins sharing her current travels, learning’s & stories – Upcoming gigs
Irene Greene with the www.LGBTTherapists.org and there upcoming 25 year celebration & performance night at Patrick’s Cabaret
Scott of Quatrefoil Library www.qlibrary.org updates on their move, sale & Open House

Kristina and Debra Elias chat more about the making of "Las Flamencas," and Kristina play cantinas in honor of Debra's new white bata de cola.

The history behind St. Paul’s co-named streets

Travel around St Paul and you’ll notice that some of the streets have two names—the one that appears on maps, and a second, co-street name that honors an individual. Katie McWatt Avenue, Raskas Road, William Mahoney Street—these caught the eye of KFAI producer Bobbie Scott, who dug into some of the stories behind the street names. This documentary features an African-American woman and civil rights activist, a local rabbi involved with national issues, and a labor activist who became the mayor of St Paul during the Depression.

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How the legend of “The Weeping Woman” has grown and changed over time.

Opening today’s show with a review of two recent bands of the Global Roots Festival at the Cedar… and some more Buena Vista Social Club All-Stars. At 12:30 I have a local expert on Affordable Healthcare with a special opportunity to share with us at the beginning of the discussion around MNSure options. Take a listen – you might get a new perspective from the dialogue ! I end the program with some Vinicius Cantuaria, Brasilian musician coming next week to the Dakota on Tuesday October 8.

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