Arts & Culture

3/3/2008 Health Notes

Kinshasha talked with with Lynda Fassa, author of Green Babies, Sage Moms she provided new mothers with a practical guide to raising a green family in a way that that is affordable. This important conversation is something that all of us need hear, whether we have babies or not. Practical and economical information on turning Green.

3/2/2008 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
3/2/2008 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

The Prime Time Players, a Twin Cities group of Seniors who perform Old Time Radio sketches for other Seniors. Live in the studio with discussion of what they do, and performances of skits by Abbott and Costello and Jack Benny.

3/2/2008 Filipino American National News
3/2/2008 Wave Project

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Save Money
Ramy Selim, the only certified solar assessor in Minnesota, presents a program of simple tips and ideas to reduce your carbon footprint and help save planet Earth.

2/29/2008 Radio Antilles

Radio Antilles PLAYLIST 02/29/08 ARTIST/SONG/CD/LABLE * New Song

2/29/2008 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
2/28/2008 Fresh Fruit

Host: Pat Nelson

Guest: Gerard Gershonowitz, LUTC, ITP

Facing Future – Being on Top-Financially

2/28/2008 Art Matters
2/28/2008 Write On Radio!

KFAI Presents Black History Month Specials

11am: What’s The Word: W. E. B. Du Bois
An exploration of the life, work, and lasting influence of African American teacher, author, and activist W. E. B. Du Bois.

11:30am: What’s The Word: The Blues as Literature
The music that we call the blues emerged in the south in the early twentieth century. An expression of African American experience, the blues touched on everyday hardships and realities. On this special, Houston Baker, Jr. talks about the songs of Charlie Patton and the work of novelist Richard Wright, Robert Cantwell shares his vision of the blues as poetry in the lyrics of Robert Johnson, and Angela Y. Davis talks about the 1920s recordings of classic blues women Gertrude Ma Rainey and Bessie Smith.