Culture & Community News

On Thursday, September 25th award-winning poet and Iraq War veteran Brian Turner will stop by Write on Radio!:node/36 to talk about his poems collected in Here, Bullet, previewing his reading on Monday, September 29th at 7 pm at Literary Witnesses, Plymouth Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet Avenue in Minneapolis.

Tune in to Write On Radio this Thursday, April 26th when Host Jen Nemo speaks with local poet Eireann Lorsung, about her debut book of poems, Music for Landing Planes By, published by Milkweed Edition

Thursday, October 4, poet Michael Dennis Browne joins us to talk about a new workshop he is leading, The Meeting of the Waters: Poetry and Prayer, Oct. 12-13 at the Benedictine Center in Maplewood.

Thursday, August 23, our guests are poets Freya Manfred and Thomas R. Smith.

“Every minute, our brain cells are bathing in the nutrients—or toxins—we take in through food,” says Dr. Barnard. “Just as we put money in a retirement account to ensure a secure future, we can put foods on our plates today to help keep the brain in high gear well into the future.” Important Health Notes conversation with Dr. Neil Barnard about securing our brain health throughout our lives

Health Notes Airs every Monday evening – 6:30-7:30PM

Contrary to popular belief, pregnancy is not always an exciting, happy or glowing experience. Clinical depression affects 15-20% of pregnant women, sometimes hitting so hard that the moms-to-be attempt suicide. Mothers of multiples are at even higher risk with more than 25% suffering during pregnancy and postpartum.

Kinshasha will be talking with Dr. Shoshana Bennett. She knows the struggles.

Critically acclaimed transgender actress/singer Alexandra Billings joins Fresh Fruit hosts Dixie Treichel and John Townsend for a Pride Month Special, Thursday June 16.
Fresh Fruit is 7pm to 8pm CST

Alexandra Billings In Concert

Alexandra Billings:http://www.alexandrabillings.com makes her Minneapolis debut at the Loring Theater in association with longtime producer and friend Mary Beid

Mahmoud El-Kati is a lecturer, writer, and commentator on the African American experience. He specializes in African American history and advocates institution building within cultural communities. He is an advocate of building ones humanity through the understanding of their culture, history and community. He currently lives in the Rondo neighborhood, St. Paul’s historic Black community

Prof. El Kati is a mentor for Lissa Jones – Host of KMOJ Community Radio’s Urban Agenda will also be a part of this important Black History Discussion. Health Notes airs on Mondays – 6:30-7:30pm

Prof. Mahmoud El Kati talks about the legacy of Civil Rights Legend, Matthew Little, Nelson Mandela and Martin Martin Luther King Jr.

When you listen closely to Mahmoud El-Kati, a life-long educator and professor emeritus of history at Macalester College, you will hear one of the more nuanced and passionate voices working in anti-racism today. ”Race is not based in genetics,” El-Kati explains. “Race is a myth. Racism is a reality.

In this important conversation, Professor El Kati helps us to understand that our history is our humanity.

What is PEMF therapy?

PEMF is a revolutionary health technique that utilizes the power of pulsed magnetic fields that have been found to signal healing. Nikoli Tesla first discovered the use of electromagnetic fields sometime back in the 19th century. Medical scientists in the early 20s employed this energy generating power to promote bone healing in fractured bones.

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