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Radio Rumpus Room will present its 15th annual Hot Rods To Hell show this Friday, June 22 at 9 p.m.

Listen to Write On Radio:node/36 this Thursday, June 21st for an interview with author Susan Straight, a regular commentator on NPR, author of five previous novels and finalist for the National Book

Your representatives in Congress are currently making important decisions about the future of the internet.

Tune in to Womenfolk:node/123 this Sunday, June 17th at 1 PM for a stormy special with songs of rain, wind and wild skies—reflecting the dramatic weather we’ve had lately here in the Twin Cities.

Young people tend to get a pretty raw deal in the mainstream media. It’s one of the reasons why the web is so attractive to teenagers and children. So says the BBC.

Deep within and sometimes beneath the bowels of forgotten record stores, junk barns, and thrifts, come dollar records the likes of which you’ve never imagined — let alone seen or heard, up close and

Tune in this week to Write On Radio:node/36, your Twin Cities literary connection. This week features in-depth interviews with best-selling author and independent filmmaker, Max Allan Collins.

Join guest host John Kohring as he explores the pleasures of the alto saxophone on Thursday night June 14th, 10:30 to Midnight on the Collective Eye:node/92.

Britt Aamodt presents her look at roots music, Minnesota-style, on the Wave Project:node/124 Sunday, June 10, from 3 – 4 pm.

Please join Beth Shaw and Jackson Buck for a final Urban Folk:node/1222 on June 10, 2007, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CDT.

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