Arts & Culture

What does a green job look like? KFAI’s Lydia Howell reports on a photography exhibit that demonstrates the wide variety.
Hear the whole interview with Josh Lowe archived on Catalyst at kfai.org.

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What does a green job look like? A new exhibit at the Common Roots cafe attempts to answer that question. KFAI’s Lydia Howell reports.

02-18-10

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Join Host Dixie Treichel on “Fresh Fruit“:https://www.kfai.org/freshfruit July 29, 2010 from 7pm-8pm

The first ever Aegis Foundation:http://www.aegisfoundationinc.org/events.php High Heel Dash invites both men and women to show off their glamorous athletic prowess for a good cause!

Guests:
Dana Munson, Communications Coordinator
Emergency Foodshelf Network

*William Panzarell

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On Saturday, February 16, our sister station Radio K:http://radiok.cce.umn.edu/ in collaboration with Vita.mn and Black Corners is hosting its annual Hip Hop for the Homeless event to benefit Youth

Some called it Americanization (a good thing at the time), and some called it social engineering or control (always controversial).

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All kinds of groups have come out against the war in Iraq in the past few years. City councils have passed resolutions, and church groups regularly hold vigils. But there’s a church in St.

The Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest and the Minneapolis Public Library announce a collaborative exhibit and performance series opening October 6 at the Minneapolis Central Library title

Cameroon-native Melissa Nambangi, who is the co-founder and executive director of the Minnesota African Women’s Foundation (MAWA):http://www.mawanet.org/, recently received the Immigrant of Distinct

Last year, Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon caused an online stir when he produced the web-only TV series Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, starring Neil Patrick Harris. Though no one’s figured out how to make a buck from serialized web episodes, producers are jumping on the virtual bandwagon. ABC and NBC also produced web-only series in 2008.

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Drea Clark, director of the Slamdance Film Festival held in Park City, Utah, speaks to KFAI’s Jim Brunzell about Slamdance, the films it highlights, and how a Minnesotan nailed the top job of a film f

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