Arts & Culture

2/22/2008 Radio Antilles

This edition of Radio Antilles was programmed by Pablo Miranda and he did a great job. Thanks Pablo

2/22/2008 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
2/21/2008 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Dixie Treichel John Townsend

Guests: Harry Waters Jr., Jewelle Gomez, Heidi Schreiber, S. Bear Bergman

2/21/2008 Art Matters
2/21/2008 Write On Radio!

J. Otis Powell! and Aleah Vinick talk about Beat poetry, previewing the first installment in The History of Hip, at the Turf Club’s Clown Lounge, March 4th, at 7:30 p.m., sponsored by the Minnesota History Center.

In the second half, award-winning author Manil Suri talks about his new novel, The Age of Shiva. His previous book is The Death of Vishnu.

2/20/2008 Echo Chamber

With our pal Randy joining us inna Echo Chamber, the doctors of dub tried out lots of new dub downloads…plus a few other new and old releases. Sure we featured some reknowned artists, like Babatunje Olatunji, Michael Rose, Lee Perry, and Sly Robbie. But the long list included the likes of I Boochi, King Chilla, Fleur Earth, Manwel T (remixing Hotdrop), Disrupt, Blue Elephant Studio, and Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures. By the end of the show, Randy’s head had become a crazy, bulbous, punchbag of sound…

2/19/2008 Disabled and Proud
2/18/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture

Featuring: A Day Forward w/ Tousue Vang, Shawn Mouacheupao, Andy David and Jaron Matheson

2/18/2008 Listening Lounge

Thelonious Monk, Tar Heel
Silver Leaf Gospel Singers
Locally-produced story called Salvation Army Bell Ringer, by Todd Melby

2/18/2008 Health Notes

Health Notes will explore the caregiving consequences of not taking care of yourself when you are taking care of your loved ones.

In Jari Holland Buck’s newest book Hospital Stay Handbook: A Guide to Becoming a Patient Advocate for Your Loved Ones we will discuss strategies for helping ourselves while we help the ones we love.