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Tune in Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 7pm to hear a mixed bag of queer-a-licious theater, music & dance. A menagerie of guests from the Minnesota Fringe Festival come on Fresh Fruit to talk about their shows with LGBTQ content, creators, and/or performers. Each guest gets 5 minutes to plug their show and then it’s on to the next. It’s crazy, kooky and queer!

The 23rd National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change will be in Minneapolis for the first time. Creating Change is the premier annual organizing and skills-building event for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and their allies.

“A work must show people struggling for change, not holding on to their little piles of power.” Join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend
on Fresh Fruit November 17, 7pm-8pm CST

The Arts & Corporations with guests Maxine Klein & Patrick Scully

Patrick Scully
Founder of Patrick’s Cabaret, dancer, performance artist, educator, activist

Patrick Scully is an openly gay man who started performi

“A work must show people struggling for change, not holding on to their little piles of power.” Join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend
on Fresh Fruit November 17, 2011 at 7pm for an evening about the arts & corporations with guests Maxine Klein & Patrick Scully.

Patrick Scully
Founder of Patrick’s Cabaret, dancer, performance artist, educator, activist

Patrick Scully is an openly gay man

These times are difficult and confusing. The world seems in turmoil. Educator and counselor, Dick Larson provides information that helps explain our rapidly changing reality. He will help us to understand how the qualities of the New Age are impacting our lives and our world.

He directly challenges the millennial gloom and doom so prevalent now with a fresh new hypothesis: a message concerning the arrival of a great teacher who will inspire us to create a future of peace, justice and cooperation.

Health Notes airs on Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

In the 1980s, T. Colin Campbell, PhD, co-directed a study of more than 4 dozen diseases and 367 items of socio-economic, lifestyle, nutrition, and genetic information across a population of 6,500 adults in rural china, generating more than 8,000 statistically significant associations. Those ground breaking results, along with many other research projects described in the bestselling book, The China Study, support the theory that a whole-food, plant-based diet is linked to lower rates of chronic disease. More than a million people across the world have read The China Study and have been convinced by empirical evidence to adopt a whole-food, plant-based diet

Health Notes Airs Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

Join writer and host Britt Aamodt for a fun-filled hour as she focuses on the art of cartoons and comics with her cartoonist guests Zander and Kevin Cannon, Steve Stwalley, and Danno Klonowski. The team will chat about the history of comic books, the local comic book scene and Hollywood’s interest in the genre. You’ll even hear some “superheroic” music to round out the show.

Kinshasha talks with Aromatherapist Joy Bowles about the Chemistry of Aromatherapeutic Oils She offers a practical approach to understanding the chemical functional groups and pharmacological actions of essential oils.

Aromatherapist Joy Bowles has taught at the highly regarded Nature Care College in Sydney and run workshops for the International Federation of Aromatherapists.

Healthy, rich, and delicious, coconut is nature’s miracle healer. The Coconut Miracle Cookbook

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