Listen to Wednesday’s Spoken Word_at 11AM, this Wednesday, May 16th when Charles Brin and Beryl Greenberg will be reading short stories, poetry and essays celebrating the Big Apple.
South Africa has the largest number of people with HIV/AIDS in the world. More than 5 million South Africans are HIV positive. Thembi is one of them.
The Lehmann Education Center in Minneapolis is home to a number of small alternative schools and serves students of various ages and nationalities.
Join Pinky Hurricane and Pop Rivets for Friday Night Free Form:node/105 on late Friday, May 11th (early Saturday, Midnight-2am) for a dose of Subculture.
This eclectic trio of guitar players are visiting the House Party:node/74 at 5:00 pm. Then they’ll head over to the 331 Club in NE Mpls to perform at Jackson’s Juke Joint from 7-9.
Cliff Eberhardt:http://www.cliffeberhardt.com stops by the studio on Wednesaday, May 9th at 10 a.m. to talk with Pam K and perform live on Stone Soup:node/70.
KFAI’s Listening Lounge:node/72 (Wednesday, 11:30-noon) will feature the second half of Crossing Borders on May 9th.
Catie Curtis makes her Womenfolk:node/123 debut, performing live in the studio on Sunday, May 6th at 1 p.m., giving a sneak peak at what you might hear that evening when she plays with Susan Werner
KFAI is proud to present Jeremy Scahill, regular contributor to the Nation and Democracy Now and author of Blackwater: The Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army, at Cowles Auditorium, Fri
Beryl Greenberg and Charles Brin will read selections from the witty writings of the brilliant humorist, Woody Allen, on Wednesday’s Spoken Word:node/71, May 2nd, at 11AM.
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