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  • The Cedar Cultural Center is collaborating with Augsburg College for a series of Somali artist residencies called Midnimo.  The series has already included local musicians from the Twin Cities as well as international acts like The Dur-Dur Band who reunited for a show in November. The latest Midnimo artist residency features The North America Super Stars, based in Minneapolis.  This week they host workshops, collaborations, and perfomances throughout Minneapolis.

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  • Discover a demystified and easy approach to being present—anytime and anywhere—with this step-by-step guide to making your life more centered and mindful. Once you integrate mindfulness into your existing lifestyle, you’ll become illuminated by a sense of calm, focus, and contentment that brings joy not only to you, but also to those whose lives you touch. The Mindfulness Habit helps you understand the value of living in the moment and offers many techniques for finding mindfulness opportunities. Explore a variety of topics related to meditation and habit formation, as well as extensive exercises to practice each week. No matter how busy your schedule is, you can find a place to calm the body and quiet the mind.

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

  • For the past decade, Summit Academy in North Minneapolis has  offered classes specializing in community health.

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  • Shawn Morrison is the Executive Director of “Good In The Hood” which is an outreach and partner organization with the Union Gospel Mission in the Twin Cities. This program allows groups and individuals to serve meals and provide essential services to more than 10,000 students and families. Shawn spoke about other opportunities for the community to help and seek supplemental food and other items with KFAI's Rico Morales.

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  • Local musician and activist Jayanthi Kyle is always singing about something. From 4 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, February 7th, she'll be at The Lowry Cafe in North Minneapolis, teaching kids about the civil rights movement, human rights and social justice. She’ll teach the material by singing it. Jayanthi Kyle talked with KFAI's Paul Brohaugh on The Morning Blend.

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  • This Saturday, February 7, some of the Twin Cities most esteemed rockers are performing a "Benefits with Friends" show to support KFAI. Legendary musician Michael Yonkers, who has collaborated with the Blind Shake, returns after a three-year hiatus to showcase new songs. The Mighty Mofos, Flamin’ Ohs and X-Boys will also be on stage in what's sure to be a blistering night. DJ Danny Sigelman kicks thing off at 7 pm, and live music starts at 8 pm. The show is hosted by Cyn Collins and Ian Rans.

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  • In the last year, more than a dozen Somali-Minnesotans have left the country to join radical groups in Syria, according to the FBI. That’s a miniscule fraction of the state’s Somali population, but the federal government is still taking notice.

    US Attorney Andy Luger will soon launch a federally funded pilot program in the Twin Cities. The aim is to prevent radicalization among Somali youth.

    Luger hasn’t revealed the details of the pilot, but he is adamant that the program won’t include any surveillance or intelligence collection.

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  • Higher Brain Living is a proven, gentle-touch technique that creates a surge of energy to the pre-frontal cortex, also known as the higher brain.
    The higher brain is the area responsible for the experience of joy, insight, problem-solving, clarity and confidence.

    Health Notes airs Mondays 6:30-7:30 p.m.

  • UPDATE: KFAI's live Internet stream was restored to its full sonic glory mid-afternoon Tuesday. Thanks to Brandon for the timely wrenching… 'nuff said!

  • Legendary local rockers the Mighty Mofos’ Bill and Ernie Batson join KFAI Spin with Cyn  this Tuesday from 10 – noon! They perform the first “KFAI Benefits with Friends” Saturday, February 7 at Turf Club, topping off the night with their always intense, super-sonic set of fantastic rock.

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