Arts & Culture

This week Radio Antilles goes LatinoAltROCK! brought to you by Raúl Escobar, Pablo Miranda, and Emily. They’ll get you jammin’ with everything from rock, reggae, punk, ska, hip-hop, samba, dance, indie, and fusions of many Latino and world sounds.
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Today, Cory Washington, KFAI's co-music director, provides the tunes while Siobhan Keirans brings us the news. 

We'll hear how the brain is connected to the eyeballs on Brain Talk, get an excerpt of the KFAI show Fresh Fruit about the impending move of the Quatrefoil LGBT library from St. Paul to the Spirit on Lake development, hear Christina Cerutti talk with Graham Eastmond of the American Refugee Committee, and talk with Carrie Martinez and Chris Gray of Occupy Homes.  

Host: Peter Gokey

Guests: Rick Nelson, food critic for the StarTribune; Chris Stinson, policy director at OutFront Minnesota

Tony Wentersdorf plays excerpts from his new CD “Seasons of Joy.”

Click on for the last segment of Kristina's interview with Jerez maestro Juan Parra and patada-down to a show of nada mas que bulerias!

 THE JELLY PROJECT turned Studio 5 into a furnace!  Great local band (for now), soon-to-be-national, bet on it!

DJs Miguel Vargas y Terrell LaMarr spin some favorite 2012 tunes of the RP Collective. Also joining us in the studio is Missy Whiteman to speak about the IDLE NO MORE – Flash Round Dance imaa GAKAABIKAANG and to share herexperience from this morning’s honoring of the Dakota 38+2 in Mankato (150-year anniversary).

A Clash of Cultures: Understanding the 1862 Dakota War (Part 2 of 2 Part Version)

On August 17, 1862 a group of four young Dakota men on a hunting expedition killed five settlers who lived along the Minnesota river in what is now southwest Minnesota…and a war began.

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