General News

Tonight (October 29th)  at the Cedar Cultural Center, Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Badi Assad  will perform.   Her talent is wide ranging – as a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter she has won awards and recognition worldwide.

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Famed rapper Brother Ali talks with KFAI’s Jemma Brown about his plans for giving a keynote address at the upcoming Nobel Peace Prize Forum at Augsburg College on March 9th.

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“Built Right in Da Hood: Character, Conversation with Bobby Seale, Co-Founder of the Black Panther Party” Host: Lennie Chism

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EJ Ajax, co-owner and vice president of EJ Ajax and Sons. He’s a third generation metal-former and leads a company founded by his grandfather in 1945.

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Do you like science? Do you like beer? Wish you could mix them safely? Then you might want to check out Café Scientifique, a monthly series of happy hour talks about scientific research and theories presented by the Bell Museum of Natural History at the Bryant Lake Bowl.

 

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The Minneapolis Public School District is looking to its alumni for support.  The goal is to encourage a direct and personal kind of involvement with today's students and the district as a whole.   Towards that end, the nonprofit organization Achieve Minneapolis has established the Minneapolis Alumni Connection.   

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Cam Winton is one of the 35 candidates for Mayor of Minneapolis. Like all the candidates, when Winton filed for office, he was allowed to choose three words to appear on the ballot alongside his name. For Winton, those words are Independent, Responsible, and Inclusive. He told KFAI’s Janis Lane-Ewart why he chose those words.

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On Thursday night, February 26th, KFAI presented a live broadcast of The Campbell Brothers from the Walker Art Center to mark the 50th anniversary of the release of John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme.” This work is considered to be among the greatest created by Coltrane, a much-honored innovator in American jazz. The Campbell Brothers have developed a unique steel guitar-driven sound called “sacred steel,’ combining gospel music with electric steel guitars.

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The Campus Kitchen at Augsburg College works to make healthy food accessible in and around the Cedar Riverside Neighborhood. Augsburg staff, students, and community members work to provide for basic needs, create opportunities for service learning, leadership development, and genuine engagement between the college and the community.

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