Somehow it sounded so easy back in the 1980s when Bobby McFerrin encouraged us all to Don’t worry, be happy. But with economic stresses, job challenges and personal difficulties, being happy isn’t a
KFAI celebrated International Women’s Day with 24 hours of programming by and about women on Saturday, March 8th, 2008. We called it Super Saturday ’08: Women Represent!.
Mankwe Ndosi, Director of the Center for Independent Artists, offers a lively discussion about art and the art of making a living at it.
Health Notes will be exploring how to energize and heal our heart’s wounds with Puran & Susanna Bair. In their new book:
On Wednesday, March 5th at 11am, Truth to Tell takes a look at some of the deeper issues and Constitutional dilemmas over America’s love affair with firearms.
Monday, March 3rd at 11:00am Kinshasha will be in conversation with Lynda Fassa, author of Green Babies, Sage Moms she provides new mothers with a practical guide to raising a green family in a wa
On Monday, February 25th at 11am, Kinshasha will have an in depth interview with Ruth Peltason the author of the new book, I Am Not My Breast Cancer This book is written off of message board posts
Join three returned Peace Corps volunteers in a celebration of National Peace Corps Week, February 25 through March 2.
Politics Intersect with Art in a new History Theatre play Peace Crimes: The Minnesota 8 vs. The War at Rarig Center.
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