Culture & Community News

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.

Join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend for a Fresh Fruit:node/89 celebrating GLBT trailblazers with guests Judy Chicago & Charles Nolte on Thursday April 17, 7:30–8:30pm.

With increasing abuse of prescription drugs affecting every facet of society, Dr. Mel Pohl talks with Kinshasha about treating chronic pain without the use of opiates and/or other prescription painkillers. Focus is on a holistic approach to living with chronic pain.

A tribute mix to the Godfather of Soul, The Hardest Working Man in Show Business and Soul Brother #1—-James Brown. Featuring interviews with Don Cornelius, Dave March, Sammy Davis Jr.

Join guest host, musician and native Brit Simon Husbands for a whirlwind tour of rock music from across “the pond”, as he presents a wide range of vintage and new releases with plenty of in-betwee

Just what are Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs)?

TTT revisits Xcel Energy’s continuing push to place electrical substations in the Hiawatha corridor and high-voltage lines over the Midtown Greenway. Despite reams of testimony and several Friend of the Court briefs being filed in what’s called a contested case, Xcel persists in its claim that additional capacity is needed in this area of the city.

Is newsprint obsolete? Will Wall Street greed spell the end of news organizations whose costs can only drop so low? Why are reporters so expendable?

With an eye to helping Twin Citians better understand the issues confronting their communities and institutions daily – and encouraging them to engage those issues, KFAI announces the debut of Trut

As its second-phase funding looms in 2009, Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) advocates believe neighborhoods deserve to retain control over

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