Esther Ouray is a self-described theater artist and cultural worker in the Twin Cities. She recently returned from a peace delegation:http://www.ifpbdel.org/ to Jerusalem.
Tune in to KFAI this Sunday, January 6th as roots/blues artist Molly Maher:http://www.myspace.com/mollymaher makes her debut on Womenfolk:node/123 when she gives us a sneak peak of what you can he
Who’s Spinning Who is an arts segment by Cyn Collins, a Twin Cities arts and culture writer, author of West Bank Boogie, old-time fiddler and substitute music program host for KFAI music programs
The same movement conservatism that led to the contemporary slide into blatant racism, sexism, widening economic disparity, severe educational deprivation, a moribund health care system, and unprecede
KFAI programmer Pam K and her high energy fun toting bluegrasss band Switched at Birth will be Harold’s musical guests on The House Party:node/74 this Wednesday, January 2nd.
Don’t dive, but rather CANNONBALL into the New Year with a night of the NOW sound on Jet Set Planet:node/94.
KFAI and Radio Rumpus Room:node/103 usher in 2008 with another Surf Stomp at the Hexagon Bar, on Saturday, Jan. 5th. Opening will be the surf’n‘drag vocal sounds of the 99ers, from St. Paul.
Alan Johnston is an experienced foreign correspondent working for the BBC. But nothing could have prepared him for the day he was snapped up by a group of men with guns in Gaza.
The Communiversity of MN presents an hour-long conversation on racism on college campuses in Minnesota. Host Mahmoud El-Kati, former professor at Macalester College, is joined by Dr.
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