Arts & Culture

I subbed for Ellen Stanley today, so I got to do a FOUR HOUR show which combined Women Folk with Rollin’ & Tumblin’. I promptly filled the extra time with party music for the coming New Year’s Eve 2012 Weekend. See Play List Below.

Mother Clare Watts, Certified Midwife, Ordained Minister, Priest and author of the Book, Giving Birth to God

Kinshasha shared a powerful hour of conversation with Mother Clare Watts. The conversation covered the history of religion, fear, death, reincarnation and living our best life.

Mother Clare Watts is an ordained Priest and Master Teacher in the Order of Christ-Sophia. She began her early training in the late 1970’s and was ordained a Minister-Deacon in 1984. She served as such in Kentucky and in Massachusetts, where she was ordained a Priest in 1996 and a Master Teacher in 2001, by Father Peter Bowes. Mother Clare wears purple robes, signifying her standing as a Master Teacher, which is equivalent to a Guru in the Eastern traditions.

Mother Clare founded the Boston Center of Light, formerly called the Christ-Sophia Center, where she continued to serve until 2001. At that time she moved to Seattle to begin a new Center of Light. Mother Clare has now moved to Dolores Colorado, where she is busy building another Center of Light with Reverend Ruth, as well as working to develop the new Mary Sophia Temple for World Peace, as well as helping develop the Sophia Retreat and Conference Center.

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Steam Dreamers of Inverness, Part 4, we conclude the series from ZBS. Winding up the archetype automata on the island of the Clockwork Kingdom.

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Connecting with and promoting awareness about Oromo youth. Building solidarity within the community we live in.
Hosted by Mayra Kusa.


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Happy Holidays! Pete and Kendrick talk with Russell Toomey about his study on the health benefits of GSAs, Owen Keenan about his latest book, and Leigh Combs calls in to help extend Jessi Tebben, program coordinator of Out4Good, well-wishes as she retires.

End of the year: who’s been naughty & who’s been nice in 2011?

It’s the flamenco Christmas show, and Kristina assures you that the music sounds nothing like American Christmas carols! Much of the music on this show is courtesy of the Chicago cantaora, Debra La Tormenta.

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Tonight’s very-chill episode of RP will feature some of the sexiest boogaloo, cha-cha, samba, soul, steel drum, fusion jazz, funk, disco, and reggae sounds to be on this evening airwaves; so get in the mood ;)

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A North Shore Christmas Karol, Part II

Deadbeats on the Air presents a radio theater event: “A North Shore Christmas Karol.” Based on Charles Dickens’, “A Christmas Carol,” this adaptation by Britt Aamodt has been modernized and set in Minnesota’s Arrowhead region.

Deadbeats on the Air is a radio theater group, founded at KFAI radio in 2008, by Britt Aamodt, Michael Fischbein and Mike Stapp. Their first production was the original feature “The Evil of Shady Lake” about the evils of toxic dumping and “those odd people next door.” In 2010, they adapted a popular Minneapolis comic strip, “Road Kill Bill,” created by artist Ken Avidor, for KFAI’s Wave Project.

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