Arts & Culture

It Gets Better! Dan Savage calls in to discuss his book, It Gets Better: Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying, and Creating a Life Worth Living – co-edited with his husband Terry Miller. Philip Lowe, Jr and Jason King discuss making it better in Richfield through their successful efforts to create a domestic partner registry.

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Pledge Drive – The Western Ridge, then Bethany Larson and the Bee's Knees.

Listen to both parts of this show on our FOREVER archives by clicking here:  https://archive.org/details/40BethanyLarson

and here:  https://archive.org/details/40WesternRidge

Chris Perricelli of Little Man live in the studio!

Chris Perricelli, front man of the aptly named band Little Man, joins host Nancy Sartor live in the KFAI studio to talk about his upcoming new release. Hear selections from the new CD that were recorded live at the Triple Rock in February, and make your pledge to the Twin Cities true community radio station!

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GREATEST HITS/PLEDGE DRIVE

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Tonight the Echo Chamber once again embarked on a “Magic Dub Carpet Ride”: a musical journey to the Middle East, N.Africa, and the Indian subcontinent. So load up your hookah & join our dubwise ride from Cairo to Tehran…from Rajasthan to Jerusalem…from New Delhi to Marrakesh.

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Jill Kargman joins us to talk about Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut. The author of The Ex Mrs. Hedgefund and Wolves in Chic Clothing, Jill Kargman firmly believes in Woody Allen’s magical math equation: Comedy = Tragedy + Time. Her newest book is a delightful collection of essays and observations based on Kargman’s family, her phobias (vans, mimes, clowns), and her ability to use humor as a tool to get past life’s obstacles.

Larry Millett will also be in the studio to talk about his newest Shadwell Rafferty-meets-Sherlock-Holmes-in-Minnesota mystery, The Magic Bullet. It’s a classic locked-room puzzle set in 1917 St. Paul, Minnesota.

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