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In this, our last of three programs covering Twin Cities elections, journalists from around Minneapolis come together to talk about that city’s Mayoral, Ward, Park Board, and Board of Estimate and Taxation contests, which are the hottest or the most obscure, and who may or may not deserve much more scrutiny that local media are giving them two weeks away from the November 3rd election.

MinneCulture:Minneculture presents Vaudeville & Burlesque: The History of Variety Theater in the Twin Cities Produced by Michelle Alimoradi & Judith McKenzie Wed, Jan 19, 7:30-8pm.

In the early 20th century, Vaudeville and Burlesque shows were the main form of entertainment across the country, and the Twin Cities were a major stop on the rail line for many of the biggest touring productions.

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Vivian Delgado (Yaqui/Puebloean) has written a significant amount of literature that has appeared as articles, essays, research and chapters, including curriculum; many of them about Native America an

Sectarian violence isn’t unique to Iraq. It’s happened in India, Bosnia and Ireland. In this two-part series, Charles Lane explores conflict in the modern world through the lens of Ireland.

Womenfolk will feature the top women's folk/acoustic CDs of 2013 on Tuesday, January 14th as voted by you! To cast your vote for your top picks of the past year, email womenfolkradio@gmail.com by Sunday, January 12th at 6 pm. Then tune in on Tuesday from 2-4 pm Central to hear your favorite albums and picks from DJs, critics and your favorite Womenfolk artists!

Walker Community United Methodist Church was consumed by fire Sunday night. According to the south Minneapolis church's website, the building appears to be a total loss. The fire may have been the result of a lightning strike, although investigators have not given an official cause of the fire. Five firefighters were injured fighting the fire, one remains in serious condition Monday morning.

Thursday, November 27th, as the kitchen windows steam for a day of cooking and roasting, listen to guests Wally Lamb and Iain M. Banks on Write on Radio 11 am-noon. Wally Lamb is the author of The Hour I First Believed. His previous books include She’s Come Undone and I Know This Much Is True. Iain M. Banks’s most recent novel is Matter.

Tune in to Write On Radio this Thursday, April 19th (11am-Noon), when Host Ian Graham Leask speaks with reknowned American Novelist Walter Mosley about his new book, This Year You Write Your Novel.

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