Culture & Community News

Bird watching may seem like one of the most relaxing hobbies imaginable. But one day per year, bird lovers in Michigan compete in a grueling 19-hour contest to find the most spiecies.

Thursday, September 20, Linda Back McKay joins the hosts of Write on Radio:node/36 live in the studio to talk about her latest poetry chapbook: The Cockeyed Precision of Time (2007, White Space Pr

Legendary Scottish singer Horse McDonald joins Hosts
Dixie Treichel and John Townsend on Fresh Fruit Thursday September 20th at 7:30pm via phone from Scotland.

Are politicians and police officials shredding the Constitution to keep Republicans and their dissenting fellow citizens apart? Can politicians keep the cops at bay?

Vinyl records are as much a thing of the past as the Titanic. At least that’s what most of us think. One Minneapolis man refuses to give up on vinyl, though.

Why are local elections of so little importance to voters when these are the leaders closest to their daily lives?

KFAI will broadcast the Twin Cities’ Ethiopian New Year Celebration live from Matthews Park on Sunday, September 9th from 2:30-6pm.

When Jenny went to Hawaii, she wasn’t expecting to have the epiphany of a lifetime. And she certainly wasn’t expecting to have another one upon her return.

Just what are Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs)?

Thursday, September 6, National Book Award winner Pete Hautman and Mary Logue appear on Write on Radio:node/36 (11am-noon) to talk about new young adult fiction.