Liberia has endured fourteen years of civil war and is finally beginning to return to normalcy.
Local supporters are preparing for next month’s Minnesota Caucus. KFAI’s Jon Collins looks at endorsements for Obama by prominent Minnesotans.
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The Bitter Spills are Baby Grant Johnson and Rich Mattson, two performers with long and varied musical histories.
Despite early frigid temperatures and the Cold-Weather rule designed to prevent heat and electric shut-offs for those unable to pay rising energy bills, the rule is proving cold comfort to many famili
Geoff Saign hosts his Wave Project:node/124 program Story Telling: Sitting Around the Campfire on January 13.
Pioneering legislator Neva Walker, the first black woman to be elected to the Minnesota House has decided not to run for a fifth term.
A public hearing was held at the the Ramsey County Courthouse to discuss a rezoning proposal to make way for a Trader Joe’s grocery store in St. Paul’s Highland Park neighborhood. St.
We present another installment of Who’s Spinning Who, a regular segment by Cyn Collins, a Twin Cities arts and culture writer, author of West Bank Boogie, and substitute music programmer on KFAI.
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