Music

Requests, new music & a live conversation with Mary Black!

Special Election Day show! Songs inspiring people to go vote!

Catching up on some requests (including picks from our newest French fan!), recent acquisitions to the Lincoln Terrace music library, and a big, bold Gram Parsons birthday blowout!

The Music of Sitar Maestro Ustad Shujaat Khan
Performing on Saturday, November 10, 2012 @ 7:00 PM
Performing Arts Center
Normandale Community College
9700 France Avenue South, Bloomington, MN 55431

Coldwater Spring/Mini Owe Sni
Produced by Allison Herrera

Some people believe that Coldwater Spring has been flowing for more than 10,000 years. Located south of Minnehaha Park on the former Bureau of Mines Campus, and formerly known as Camp Coldwater, the spring provided fresh drinking water to the soldiers who built Fort Snelling. A civilian settlement sprang up, and fur traders, blacksmiths and the state’s first Indian agent all settled and lived among military personnel. Coldwater Spring sits near some of the most sacred Dakota sites: Wita Tanka, Pike Island, where Dakota buried there dead; Taku Wakan Tipi, Carvers Cave near the VA hospital, the dwelling place of Native American gods and spirits; and B’dote, the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers, where the first Dakota emerged. In 2010 the National Park Service took over the land at Coldwater Spring with the intention of making it a public park. Controversy ensued among Dakota people and environmental activists, who believe the site is sacred and worthy of protection under the National Register of Historic Places. KFAI producer Allison Herrera explores the complicated history of Coldwater Spring in this exclusive MinneCulture documentary.

Holistic Dentistry – Dr. Kari Severson -  Tooth By The Lake.

 

Important discussion of the role our mouth plays in our overall health. The discussion included Floridation issues, Is Silver safe for me? Root Canals and the meridians of the mouth

BIRTHDAYS-IN-BLUE From the Land of the Round Haircut….

Thanks to our pal Pete Lee for doing the show this week. The play list is here.

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