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  • As diplomatic tensions and trade restrictions are softening between the United States and Cuba, some people are wondering what this might mean for baseball. One Twin Cities organization has decided the best way to celebrate the new era in US-Cuban relations is to send a busload of baseball fans to Havana. Julian Loscalzo runs Ballpark Tours, and he spoke with Paul Brohaugh about Cuban baseball, and about the ten-day tour for December.

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  • August 12th is International Youth Day as declared by the United Nations, with a focus this year on Civic Engagement by young people around the world.

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  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on Wednesday, August 12, 2015 as they talk with Sally Roesch Wagner, Ph.D., Founding Director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation. Dr. Wagner has written extensively about “Sovereign women in a sovereign nation.”   We will talk about Dr.

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  • The City of Minneapolis is currently working on long-term urban planning around what they call the Public Realm, the intersection between public and private interests in the city.

    On August 10, 2015, there will be a public meeting about the project at the Pohlad Auditorium at the Minneapolis Central Library from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

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  • Kevin Kling is a storyteller, playwright and radio commentator. You can catch a live performance of his "Hammer, Anvil and Stirrup" August 6-9 at the Open Eye Figure Theatre.

    The theatre is at 506 E. 24th St. in South Minneapolis, south of Franklin between Portland Avenue and 35W.

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  • This Saturday the St. Paul Saints become become "Mr. Paul Aints" for Atheist Night at CHS field. The Saints—The Aints—play the Winnipeg Goldeyes at 7:05. General tickets are sold out, but you can get special “berm” tickets at 10 a.m. the morning of the game.

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  • Listen in to Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on First Person Radio at 9 am: Wednesday, August 5, 2015 as they talk with Indigenous Language Experts Jewell Arcoren (Sisseton Wahpeton) and Hope Flanagan (Ojibwe/Seneca). They will talk about their work to bring the Dakota and Ojibwe languages to the youngest learners (ages 16 months to 5 years) in the Wicoie Nandagidendan program in Minneapolis.  

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  • Chris will talk about moving from a linear model of healing to a heart model – following the flow of nature and eating for wellness.
    Another important Health Notes conversation.
    Health Notes Airs Mondays 6:30-7:30PM

  • After the dust has settled from the Minneapolis Fringe Festival, another arts fest comes to town called the New Griots Festival August 14-16.  This festival focuses on emerging black artists and will host community classes, panel discussions, and performances at the Phoenix Theater.

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  • KFAI volunteers and staff are proud to welcome the organization's new General Manager, Leah Honsky.  

    Leah comes to us from Missoula Montana, where she helped launch a successful commercial radio station called "The Trail."  She has Minnesota radio in her blood – Leah's uncle Jack Swanson owned and operated KCAJ-FM in Roseau, MN, and she attended Brown Institute in Minneapolis – the alma mater of many of KFAI's illustrious volunteers.  

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