Arts & Culture

The Ordway Sally Awards were presented on the Ordway Center’s Main Hall Stage on Wednesday, March 12th.

As part of the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Global Media, Diasporic Cultures speaking series, Dr.

Gordon Parks High School was officially dedicated on March 6, 2008.

Mary Scully, of the Iraq Peace Action Coalition; Marie Brown, of Women Against Military Madness; and Chante Wolf, of Veterans for Peace are some of the voices of women in the anti-war and peace moveme

As part of the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Global Media, Diasporic Cultures speaking series, Dr.

Harriet Washington studies and writes about medical ethics, tackling the question of what impact doctors and their work have on society and what is good and what is evil about some of the things the m

For a small investment, artists can showcase their creativity and charity in an ice house or Art Shanty:http://www.artshantyprojects.org/ on the frozen Medicine Lake in Plymouth, Minnesota.

Gabriel Solomon is a graduate student at the University of Minnesota, and orginally from Sudan. In recent months, he and several students started the Save Yar Campaign.

On Saturday, February 16, our sister station Radio K:http://radiok.cce.umn.edu/ in collaboration with Vita.mn and Black Corners is hosting its annual Hip Hop for the Homeless event to benefit Youth

Drea Clark, director of the Slamdance Film Festival held in Park City, Utah, speaks to KFAI’s Jim Brunzell about Slamdance, the films it highlights, and how a Minnesotan nailed the top job of a film f

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