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Please to be sure and tune in to Rockin’ in Rhythm:node/69 Wednesday, November 28th for two hours of the music of Hy Weiss’s Old Town Records. The late Hy Weiss and his brother Sam released some

Tune in Radio Rumpus Room:http://www.kfai.org/node/103 this Friday, Nov. 30, for another edition of Sukiyaki Stomp!

This Sunday, Womenfolk:node/123 welcomes local alt-country singer Alison Rae:http://www.myspace.com/alisonraemusic for a sneak peak of what you can hear that night as Womenfolk moves to downtown f

Join host Larry Englund of Rhythm & Grooves:node/63 on Tuesday November 27th at 10:30 for the first in an occasional series of musicians talking about their art.

In Minnesota, the number of women and children killed as a result of domestic violence is on the increase and incidences of domestic abuse continues to rise around the country.

Andy Driscoll and Lynnell Mickelsen lead an important conversation about the dangers of ignoring the numbers and signs that our reliance on oil is leading to economic and energy calamity – far soone

Make sure to set your alarms for 11am on Sunday, November 25th because Michelle Shocked:http://www.michelleshocked.com will be calling in to Womenfolk:node/123 to talk about her new CD *To Heaven

KFAI’s Jackson’s Juke Joint and Triangle Park Creative present West Bank Boogie Redux, Wednesday evening, November 21st at the 331 Club:http://www.331club.comin Northeast Minneapolis.

Tune in Monday evenings at 8:30pm for a full hour of music, poetry and more by Hmong artists.

All kinds of groups have come out against the war in Iraq in the past few years. City councils have passed resolutions, and church groups regularly hold vigils. But there’s a church in St.

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