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Now listen up, partner. The romance of the wild West continues to interest writers, movie buffs and music lovers more than 100 years after the fact.

KFAI will broadcast live from the National Conference on Media Reform on Friday, June 6th, from 11am to noon and again from 6 to 7:30pm.

Listening Lounge producers have been editing and re-editing radio stories for the debut edition of Heard Here: KFAI Producers Showcase, which can be heard at 7 pm on Monday, June 2nd.

Back by popular demand, on Wednesday, May 28 at 7 PM Charles Brin reads Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tall-Tale Heart, the study of a mad mind written by the master of horror fiction.

They are many – and hungry to redress the steep slide of mostly mainstream media into an abyss of cultural waste – infotainment, shallow journalism, ignorance of real issues, celebrity worship and

In this segment, Congressman Keith Ellison of Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District discusses the result of voting on an emergency spending bill for the continued occupation of Iraq, the passage of a

A recent US Supreme Court ruling opened the door to a practice previously prohibited by Minnesota’s Canon of Judicial Ethics.

One of KFAI’s longest-running shows celebrates with an on-air blow out this Thursday, May 15th.

Incidences of children’s brain disorders appear to be nearly epidemic. 1 of every 150 children are afflicted with some form of autism (1 of every 90 boys). But why?

Tou Saiko Lee, a rapper and spoken word artist from St. Paul, is featured in a NY Times video profile. He talks about keeping his Hmong heritage alive and using hip-hop to share his culture.