Arts & Culture

We speak with Bruce Feiler about his new book The Secrets of Happy Families. He is the bestselling author of many books, including Walking the Bible, Abraham, America's Prophet, and his most recent, The Council of Dads.

Two Interviews today one with “Blue Dog” a native American blues band fronted by a mother and her daughter. They have been nominated for two NAMA awards and are appearing in the final round of the Famous Dave’s Battle of the Blues. The other interview was with B3 Hammond organ master Billy Hollomon, who is returning to the Twin Cities after a hiatus of five years. He will be appearing at the Artists Quarter April 5th & 6th.

Music coming to town, listener requests & songs about chickens!

Every weekend during summer, vacationers from all over Minnesota and beyond pack up the family car and head north to Highway 1. The highway cuts a jagged route across the top quarter of the state, from North Dakota in the west, to the rocky shores of Lake Superior in the east, through farmland, reservation, lake and lodge country. Curious about this storied Northlands highway, KAXE producer Britt Aamodt hit the road to explore for herself.

Kathleen Frances talked about her new book .12 Keys For 2012 And Beyond.  As hidden truths are revealed and questions remain unanswered by both science and religion, a new spirituality is emerging.

Through upheavals and transformations, our Earth and all its inhabitants are transitioning into a higher dimension.

The Keys in” 12 Keys for 2012 and Beyond” open the door to your inner self, the Holy Grail within.

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Back In Fifteen – A comic sci-fi story about a time machine, from the Radio Theater Project at WMNF in Tampa, FL.
What’s that Alien Doing in Your Shorts – by Tim Wick, from the Big Fun Radio Funtime! show at the Bryant Lake Bowl in March.
Shooting the Bull – from Aural Stage’s Dialed In series.

A woman from a non-Muslim community in Pakistan discusses dealing with double discrimination.

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