Date: 
April 20, 2013
Venue Name: 
Historic Grain Belt Brewery Bottling House
Price Range: 
$30-$250
Date: 
April 25, 2013
Venue Name: 
Minnesota Humanities Center
Price Range: 
$10

It’s no April Fool’s that your Monday morning music on KFAI will be busy and fun! Tune in at 10am for the Subway Music in the Zoo summer concert series line-up announcement—not advertised anywhere yet, KFAI listeners will be among the very first to find out which horn players, incredible guitarists and cheeky songwriters, and ivory-ticklers will be coming to Apple Valley this season. Then listen for your chance to see Carrie Rodriguez as we get ready to welcome Sonny Knight to the studio.

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Kathleen Frances will talk about her new book 12 Keys For 2012 And Beyond. As hidden truths are revealed and questions remain unanswered by both science and religion, a new spirituality is emerging.

Through upheavals and transformations, our Earth and all its inhabitants are transitioning into a higher dimension.

The Keys in” 12 Keys for 2012 and Beyond” will open the door to your inner self, the Holy Grail within.

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The annual May Day Parade and Festival in Minneapolis needs financial support. Heart of The Beast Puppet and Mask Theater Executive Director Loren Neimi came to KFAI to talk about the problem and some possible solutions.

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Set your radio dial, computer, or intergalatic beamer to the  KFAI's Collective Eye, this Saturday from Noon- 1:30 pm, for a final celebration of International Women's Day. "and the ebb but reveals ME again" is an excerpt of a work from Zora Neale Hurston and seven illustrious women – Debra J. Stone, Lori-Young Williams, Amoke Kubat, Sha' Cage, Genesia Williams, Tish Jones and Beverly Cottman – will perform/read/create their individual interpretations of Hurston's work.

Date: 
March 28, 2013 to June 15, 2013
 

Join us on March 26th at noon for Corazon Latino’s homage to Cuban pianist, arranger, and bandleader Bebo Valdés, who died Friday in Sweden at age 94. We will feature Bebo’s music from the 1940’s at the Tropicana in Havana through his most recent work. Un verdadero maestro nos ha dejado………

Author Bruce Rubenstein talks about his new book, “The Rockwell Heist”.