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, www.whistlingshade.com:http://www.whistlingshade.com.

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.

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