General Announcements

Barry Babcock, a historian from northern Minnesota, has been researching the forgotten history of George Bonga and his family in honor of Black History month. Bonga was half African and half Native American, and he was a voyageur — a fur trapper and trader — in the early 1800s. Babcock explains how he first found out about the Bonga family.

02-25-10

As a sign that the close of the summer is drawing near in the Twin Cities, the annual Fringe Festival will kick off tomorrow and run through August 10 with over 100 performance.

In the past 10 years, there have been only 10 cases of measles in Minnesota. This number has risen dramatically in 2011. Dr. Dawn Martin of Hennepin County Medical Center emphasizes the importance of measles immunizations for children. KFAI’s Todd Melby reports.

The KFAI Community Radio App allows you to listen to KFAI, pause and rewind the live audio, and view the program schedule for KFAI all at once! You can explore On Demand content, search for programs, bookmark a program for later, and wake up to KFAI with the alarm clock! Currently available for Android, iPhone, and iPad mobile devices…

The Kite Runner is the latest movie by Marc Foster opening on December 14th.

MINTHEAD ALERT!!! – We are proud to announce that Mint Condition will be featured on TV One’s “Unsung”, next Wednesday, March 13th at 9 PM (EST). We are extremely excited about the episode, and hope you will all enjoy the REAL story of our journey as a band, and as brothers. New Single, Believe In Us http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BF0pNGx58Uw

Bobby Z and the American Heart Association present… The 2nd Annual Benefit 2 Celebrate Life! a celebrity-filled concert featuring Questlove, Andre Cymone, Dez Dickerson, Dr. Fink, Alexander O’Neil, Stokley of Mint Condition, and more surprise celebrity artists. March 9, 2013 at First Avenue in Minneapolis

Last weekend, both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton made visits to the Twin Cities. Among the handshakes and stump seeches were pleas to win over new voters, among them Latinos.

Protest movements are popping up all over the world from the Tea Party uprising to Occupy Wall Street encampments – each group with a political and social agenda to push.

While the remaining Democratic presidential candidates compete over which of them will bring greater change in Washington, one group is holding both parties responsible for the current injustices in t

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