Culture & Community News

On Tuesday, October 5th, it’s our second half of the fall Pledge Drive, and we have an international show to celebrate.

Joining us live in the studio will be Somalian novelist Nuruddin Farah.

 
  • Illuminate and free all of the hidden places that are resisting change and keeping you stuck

In The 21-Day Consciousness Cleanse, Debbie Ford delivers her most practical and prescriptive book yet —a 21–day, life-changing program for spiritual renewal, emotional transformation, and reconnection with the soul’s deepest purpose.

Health Notes will be ending 2009 in conversation with the author of the book, Giving Birth to God.

The conversation will explore reincarnation, biblical history, christian mysticism, fear and how to live our best life.

This is a powerful conversation that you won’t want to miss. Mother Clare Watts is an ordained Priest and Master Teacher in the Order of Christ-Sophia.

Indecency, inquisition & communists come to the surface in a night of queer theater. Hosts Dixie Treichel & John Townsend on Fresh Fruit talk with guests from Walking Shadow Theatre Company, Teatro del Pueblo and Theater Now.

Leading expert on the brain and health Dr. David Stussy will talk about the connection between understanding our brain and good health for the winter solstice. Dr. Stussy has owned and managed one of the largest functional neurology, multi-doctor chiropractic clinics, Kenwood Chiropractic Arts, since 1981.

Put your arms straight out in front of you.

PaKou Hang, a candidate for St. Paul City Council Ward 6, was a guest on KFAI’s Haiv Hmong Radio:node/3140 on Wednesday, October 10th (8:30-9:30pm).

PaKou Hang, a candidate for St. Paul City Council Ward 6, will be the guest on KFAI’s Haiv Hmong Radio:node/3140 on Wednesday, October 10th (8:30-9:30pm).

Just what constitutes “biomass” and “biofuels?” Is garbage a proper source for burning?

This Sunday, August 22, in Chile, after 17 desperate and increasingly hopeless days after a landslide caused a tunnel to collapse, 33 miners, all alive and sound, were located through a probe about 2,200 feet below ground.

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