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Kathryn Kysar joins us to talk about the Fall Twin Cities Fundraiser for AWP (The Association of Writers and Writing Programs)that will take place this Saturday, 7-10 p.m. at Macalester Alumni House, 1644 Summit Ave., in St. Paul.

Deborah Wallwork talks about a film she made with Mike Hazard and Jim Lenfestey about the Chinese poet Han Shan, also known as Cold Mountain. More information about the documentary, Cold Mountain, can be found at http://www.thecie.org/coldmountain/:http://www.thecie.org/coldmountain/.

We also welcome novelist Sarah Stonich to the studio. Her newest book is The Ice Chorus.

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-Hull, Dakota Dave / New Shirt / New Shirt / Arabica
-Modern Mountaineers / Who’s Cryin’ Sweet Papa Now / Western Swing and Country Jazz / JSP

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Rhythm Grooves host Larry Englund gets up early today to keep the Good Stuff percolating in our absence. Dig the Boogaloo send up of The Tighten Up!

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This week, the soundtrack to Hour 1’s trip across the skalaxy is provided by a collection of sides produced by Arthur Duke Reid, many of which saw release on his Treasure Isle label. Sherwood drops the diamond on some old 12 black wax he brought in, resulting in a short set ranging from Edmundo Ros to Arthur Guitar Boogie Smith to onetime Kenton arranger Johnny Williams. Then he trains his CD laser on the likes of Pete Rugolo, Tom Waits and Stock, Hausen Walkman. Aahh, Funn is indeed good! 4(+2) choice German ska cuts lead off Hour 3, and Lollipopper Of The Week Betka Stankova libis Bob more than 30 years after Yvonne Prenosilova did.

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Rick Utke filled in again this week for Angie. Thanks to Rick for the fine job he’s done these past 3 weeks.

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