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  • Encuentro is giving away a Mexican Wrestler mask for any contribution of $40 and above. . . only 10 masks are available!

    Please identify Encuentro in your donation and mention “Mexican Wrestler’s Mask”. KFAI will mail them directly to you.

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    You can see photos of some of the masks here

  • A large crowd filled the Christ Lutheran Church on Capitol Hill in St. Paul, MN to begin a morning filled with special speakers including legislators, religious leaders, recovering addicts, and those with former felony convictions.

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  • This week, Katie and Blaine Garrett from MPLSArt.com speak with KFAI's Ryan Dawes about upcoming visual arts events featuring Minneapolis artist Aza Erdich, an MCAD/SooVac exhibition honoring Suzy Greenberg, art created during a 48-hour lock-in at Electric Machete, and more.  

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  • International Women's Day 2016 was a great success. If you didn't get a chance to hear every programmed that aired over our 24 hour celebration, you can listen here! 

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  • Café Scientifique is a monthly series of happy hour talks at the Bryant Lake Bowl presented by the Bell Museum of Natural History. This month's presenter is Dr. Ted Labuza, Professor of Food Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. He'll be talking about the physical properties of confections, and how sugar and water in various states affect candy. He stopped by the Monday Morning Blend and spoke with Xan Holston about what makes candy so unique.

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  • Program Proposals Requested – Monday Public Affairs

    KFAI is now accepting abstracts for a public affairs program to be placed in the Monday broadcast schedule.  You can apply online by following this link.

    This position is currently occupied by the program “Truth To Tell”.

  • "Community Radio" means you!

  • The In the Heart of the Beast Theater in South Minneapolis is known for some pretty wild performances involving giant puppets, so if any theater company was going to dramatize the creatures living in our basements and under our beds…this is what it might sound like. 

  • We often hear stories about the educational disparities between students who are white and students who are not white. Right now Minnesota students of color are not only far behind their white peers, but are graduating at some of the lowest rates in the country. 

  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on FIRST PERSON RADIO Wednesday, March 9, 2016 as she talks with Lee Ann Tall Bear, Mdewankton/Sisseton Dakota and Arapaho.We’ll talk about her exceptional career, her children and some long battles as a descendant of His Red Nation (Little Crow) to gain greater recognition and respect for this great Dakota leader. She is pictured here with Mike Greeley and Della Eastman, direct decendents of His Red Nation.
     
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