Arts & Culture

8/21/2008 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Dixie Treichel John Townsend

Love, Art and Politics: Sharon Hayes, June Ahern, Scott Mayer, Larry Havluck

8/21/2008 Art Matters
8/21/2008 Write On Radio!

Spike Carlsen joins us to talk about A Splintered History of Wood, a celebration of a material that one could argue makes our civilization possible. He will be reading August 28th at 7:30 p.m. at Common Good Books in St. Paul.

In the second half of the show, Cyn Collins talks with Nicole Mones about her latest novel, The Last Chinese Chef. Nicole Mones is also the author of Lost in Translation.

8/20/2008 Echo Chamber

DJ Baby Swiss goes solo once again in the Echo Chamber. And, despite the fact that he arrived empty-handed (and had to rely on KFAI’s CD library), he cooked up a real fun ecelectic mix. Helping out the situation was the hand-delivered new King Tubby vs. The Assessor disc (Big Up Jeremy!). Loads of funn indeed.

8/19/2008 Disabled and Proud

Disabled artist Nancy Willis

8/18/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture
8/18/2008 Listening Lounge

American Icons: Great Gatsby, pt. 1

8/18/2008 Health Notes
8/17/2008 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
8/17/2008 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

It Can’t Be That Important,the last of Atlanta Radio Theater’s Adventures on the Backroads of Time stories.
Slasher, F. Paul Wilson’s story of the anguish of a man whose daughter was killed, and the FBI agent who approaches him about it.

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