Arts & Culture

Troy, New York was once one of the richest cities in America (thanks to its role in the industrial revolution). Now, roughly one-fifth of the population lives under the U.S. poverty line.

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Gaye Adegbalola performed with Saffire-The Uppity Blues Women for 25 years.

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New Beginnings: The Story of Liberians in Minnesota
Produced by e.g. Bailey and Sha Cage

This special three-part documentary airs from 7:30-8pm on MinneCulture:
Part 1: Wed, Feb 16
Part 2: Mon, Feb 21
Part 3: Wed, Feb 23

For some time now, Minnesota has been a refuge for immigrant communities displaced from their homes due to a variety of circumstances.

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Tune into MinneCulture on Wed, Feb 9 at 7:30pm for a special on Cornbread Harris: the Man & the Music.

At 83-years-old, Cornbread Harris still gigs regularly in the Twin Cities.

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On Tuesday, November 2nd, while you’re waiting for election results, tune in to Write on Radio! Alexander McCall Smith, author of many beloved novels of mystery and practical philosophy, including The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series, featuring Precious Ramotswe, and also the Isabel Dalhousie series.

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Join Leigh Combs and Dixie Treichel on Thursday Oct. 7 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm for a special pledge drive show with laughs and surprises!

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Photographer Wing Young Huie talks with KFAI about identity in Minnesota and his University Avenue Project.

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Legendary composer and musician Peter Ostroushko reminisces about his first recording session with Bob Dylan, and promotes his latest CD – a collection of waltzes.

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This Sunday, September 26, Deadbeats On The Air audio theater troupe presents their latest adventure Roadkill Bill Meets Vincent van Gogh. The work is based on the Roadkill Bill comic strips of Minnesota artist Ken Avidor and was created by writer Britt Aamodt.

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On Tuesday, September 21st writer and musician Ben Weaver will be in the studio to talk about his newest creative endeavors, which include his work as a writer, a new album called Mirepoix and Smoke, and his stint as an artist-in-residence Sept. 23rd through Oct. 8th at Bryant-Lake Bowl. Joining Ben Weaver will be poet Dobby Gibson, who will also perform as part of the residency Sept. 30th.

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