Arts & Culture

1/1/2009 Write On Radio!

We ring in the new year with a focus on local publishers. Joel Van Valin of Whistling Shade literary journal and press joins us to talk about their new publications. More information is available at their website,

In the second half of the show Doug Wilhide talks about A Long Shout: Selected Writings of Clarence Jonk, which he edited. Clarence Jonk. Clarence Jonk was a true Minnesota character who built a houseboat out of scrap materials during the Depression and sailed it down the Mississippi. He was a journal writer, poet, and children’s book author.

Doug Wilhide is a writer and founder of Trolley Car Press. He is also the poetry editor of the Southwest Journal.

12/31/2008 Echo Chamber

Seeing another year out in rub-a-dub stylee… From Ghetto Priest’s Auld Lang Syne/Slave’s Lament versions (from the rare ON-U Sound single), to the brand new Inna Steppa Dub from Improvisators meet Iration Steppas, to the modern-meets-ancient sounds of Jah Wobble’s new Chinese Dub album (on 30 Hertz), it was quite an irie party.

12/30/2008 Disabled and Proud

Christmas music

12/29/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture
12/29/2008 Listening Lounge

Joe Strummer’s London Calling, part 2

12/29/2008 Health Notes
12/28/2008 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
12/28/2008 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

The concluding episode of The World Beneath from ZBS. Arthur and Will reunite and visit the Treasure of Poseidos.
A Cure for Science, by Brian Price and performed by David Ossman.

12/28/2008 Filipino American National News
12/28/2008 Wave Project

Two young African-American women entrepreneurs share their journey on being successful in business and in life.