Arts & Culture

Host: Dixie Treichel

Guests: Rev. Rebecca Voelkel, Representative Susan Allen, Matthew Everett, Jefferson Fietek

Religion & Politics: MN Marriage Amendment & Voter ID Amendment from the Faith and American Indian perspectives
“But Not For Love”-a gay marriage themed play; Justin’s Gift, an LGBTQ youth group denied participation in the Anoka Halloween parade

A show from November of 2009 showcases unloveable flamenco sung by the "old gals," along with the inimitable La Tati telling the story of how she began dancing flamenco.

 

Disaster Bird was a very pleasant surprise!  Six versatile musicians literally heated up the studio.  We had to play TWO "Previously" segments just to cool off:  The Como Avenue Jug Band and from our 88th show, Moondogs 88.

The Brass Messengers with the Yale Women’s Slavic Chorus

This “Live from Minnesota” segment features the Brass Messengers—a Twin Cities’ band that formed from the Heart of the Beast May Day parade. With Caribbean and Balkan influences, the Brass Messengers describe themselves as, “a sprawling fun factory of musicians.” This show was recorded at the Ritz Theater in Minneapolis on March 12, 2012, and features contributions from the Yale Women’s Slavic Chorus. For more information on the Brass Messengers, visit brassmessengers.com. Produced for KFAI by Daniel Zamzow.

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