Recent News

  • From November 17-19, Minnesota United is offering a special discount on season tickets to KFAI listeners. Season tickets will be offered at the lowest available prices, AND 5% of revenue from ticket sales using the KFAI promo code will be donated to KFAI!

  • On December 4, Ten Thousand Villages is donating portion of revenue from sales made at the St. Paul store between 5:00 and 8:00 p.m. directly to KFAI. And, since we are KFAI, we are making it a party! Come out to see KFAI’s Vinyl Voices DJs spin live at the shop on St. Paul’s Grand Avenue, and let station volunteers help you with your shopping decisions.

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  • On Veterans Day, we're featuring a conversation with Paul Reidner from the KFAI program “Catalyst”.  

    Riedner is the Executive Director of the Veterans Resilience Project.  The Project is a non-profit that works with Veterans to heal the psychological wounds of war, and in the process it helps them re-enter their communities.  

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  • An unflinching conversation about recovery as a mother of young kids, Bottled explains the perils moms face with drinking and chronicles the author’s path to recovery, from hitting bottom to the months of early sobriety—a blur of pain and chaos—to her now (in)frequent moments of peace.

    Punctuated by potent, laugh-out-loud sarcasm, Bottled offers practical suggestions on how to be a sober, present-in-the-moment mom, one day at a time, and provides much needed levity on an issue too often treated with deadly seriousness.

    Health Notes Airs Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

  • The Excel Energy website has a link entitled Community Solar Gardens. The program has connected only one solar project since the Minnesota legislature approved the program in December of 2014.

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  • Katie and Blaine Garrett, the curators of MPLSART.com, stop by the Morning Blend to talk about up-coming visual arts events and openings throughout the Twin Cities.  KFAI's Ryan Dawes gets the scoop from the Garretts about an art crawl in Northeast, some local murals-in-progress, and an exhibition featuring the work of a Nigerian prince. 

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  • Cancer Wellness TV, (www.cwellness.com), a free online platform providing videos, articles, recipes, and additional content about cancer complementary therapies such as Yoga, Tai Chi, Nutrition, Mediation, Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Survivorship Support, and much more. We have gathered some of the top experts in the world of cancer integrative therapy: Nutritionists, Exercise Physiologists, Mind-Body Practitioners, Oncologists, Psychologists, Survivor Advocates and others whose life work is with cancer patients, survivors and caregivers, sharing their knowledge with those who need it. Now people dealing with cancer finally have access to complementary therapies without having to leave their homes! And best of all, this service is 100% free! Visit Cancer Wellness TV for instant access to these videos!
    Health Notes Airs Mondays – 6:30-7:30PM

  • On Thursday, November 5th, more than 600 Twin Cities business, education, nonprofit and grassroots and community leaders at the 13th annual meeting of Achieve Minneapolis will hear from Dr. Robert Simmons about the promise, potential and power of young men of color.  Simmons is part of the leadership team for a national nonprofit called Reading Partners, and has held administrative posts in the District of Columbia schools and Loyola University.

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  • 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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  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on Wednesday, October 28 at 9 am on FIRST PERSON RADIO as they talk with Rhiana Yazzie and Inez DeCoteau from New Native Theatre. The theatre group is celebrating six years of productions and on October 30 at 730 p.m. they will present excerpts from prior hits: The Dreaming Bundle, The Musical!, Native-Somali Friendship Play, and Native Man the Musical along with a few other surprises. The celebration is at Bedlam Lowertown in Saint Paul.

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