Start your New Year’s Eve with a review of all the madness in our political and public policy arenas when comedian and writer Lizz Winstead stops by “Pam Without Boundaries” Monday morning. Winstead is a no-holds-barred political satirist who views policy-makers and the media that love them through a progressive lens and she’s back in town for her annual review at The Parkway Theater. This year it’s “The Long and Binding Road,” in which Winstead takes you through the year starting with the general election and reminding us how we all got there

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A co-founder of the 80’s hit group, “The Deele”, along with Antonio “LA” Reid and later including Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Summers in 2008 independently released his first CD titled “Labor of Love”

KFAI will celebrate Black History Month (BHM) with a special day of programming on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. The station is looking for dynamic live programming – produced by African Americans – that explores the history of our people in America.

KFAI would like to invite station volunteers, community groups and community members to participate in this year’s programming. Selected proposals will air on February 19th. If you or your organization is interested in participating in this year’s programming, please fill out the following online program proposal form, or download the application and return it to Miguel Vargas, c/o KFAI, 1808 Riverside Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55454. [Box 74].

The deadline for submission of a proposal is Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 5pm. If you have any questions or require assistance in completing this form, please contact Miguel Vargas at 612.341.3144×20 or

At this time of year we often pause to focus on the problems of hunger and poverty.  Years ago, the so-called “Green Revolution” increased agriculture production around the world, saving many lives. 


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The Federal Communications Commission is considering a proposal to relax rules that govern the ownership of media in this country.  Right now, a single company cannot own both a TV broadcast station and a newspaper in the same market.  The change would allow newspapers to own radio and TV stations, a move opposed some advocates of minority ownership of media entities. 

The FCC was supposed to vote on this in December but didn’t.  They’re scheduled to take it up again next year – leaving more time for comment.


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