Arts & Culture

12/24/2007 Health Notes

Kwanzaa 2007

Titilayo Bediako, Executive Director of WE WIN Institute talks about the 14th Annual Kwanzaa Extravaganzaa at the Pantages Theatre. Titi talks about the seven principles and the importance of this cultural celebration.

12/23/2007 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
12/23/2007 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Christmas Is Coming to the District of Drudge, one of the Soundings stories from Jeff Green.
And Green Christma$, by Stan Freberg.

12/23/2007 Filipino American National News
12/23/2007 Wave Project

Martin, Malcolm and me
Actor/performer Felix Hampton Brown presents perspectives and viewpoints from Dr. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X through his live dramatizations.

12/21/2007 Radio Antilles
12/21/2007 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
12/20/2007 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Dixie Treichel John Townsend

Guests: Sally Ann Wright, Fred Wagner, Anna Lee, Damon Intrabartolo

12/20/2007 Art Matters
12/20/2007 Write On Radio!

We talk with Debra Stone about the Northside Writers Group. Debra Stone is the author of the chapbook The Truth of Myth, and she is also the co-facilitator of the Northside Writers Group, which meets every second Wednesday of the month at the Homewood Studios Gallery, 2400 Plymouth Ave. N., in Minneapolis.

In the second half of the show we talk with British novelist Iain Banks, who calls in from Scotland to talk about his newest book, The Steep Approach to Garbadale. He is the author of The Wasp Factory, The Crow Road, and many other books. His website is www.iainbanks.net:http://www.iainbanks.net.

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