Master Gardener and mindfulness meditation teacher Cheryl Wilfong lovingly offers us a rich bouquet of the Buddha’s teachings. Her gentle, friendly, and humorous tone creates a nurturing environment in which to practice mindfulness in our very own gardens. Wilfong invites us to stroll through our flowerbeds, appreciating them just as they are, and noticing the joy they bring us.

Let The Meditative Gardener be your guide. Beginning meditators will find practical easy-to-follow suggestions. Lapsed meditators can refresh their practice. And seasoned meditators will appreciate the variety of wisdom practices that can be transplanted into daily life in the garden.

Health Notes Airs on Mondays – 6:30-7:30PM

On May 27th, KFAI celebrated American Indian Month in Minnesota with its third edition of Turtle Island Voices Rising – 24 hours of Indigenous/Native American programming.

Midnight-3 am — Charlie Thayer will be on board to bring you his new selections in music.

3-6 am — Roy Taylor brings you his special mix of music, musings, and news.

Pop Wagner has been part of the folk scene in Minneapolis since he arrived in town over 40 years ago. He will be helping to start a new vibe on University Avenue in Minneapolis. Pop Wagner spoke with KFAI’s Rico Morales about his career, influences, and more. Pop Wagner will be playing at The Roots Cellar at University Baptist Church in Minneapolis.
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May 29, 2015 to June 28, 2015
Venue Name: 
Pillsbury House Theatre
Price Range: 
Pick Your Price. (Reg. $25)

On Minneculture, we’ll visit the Minnesota History Center as some of the featured authors from a new anthology of African American writing celebrate the publication of their work. The book is called Blues Vision, and one of the featured writers is J. Otis Powell.

Here’s an excerpt from the Minneculture broadcast – J. Otis Powell reading from page 78 of the book – a piece called “Tongue Swallow.”

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It’s springtime, and birds are on the wing, traveling above our great watery highways back to their summer homes.

But what birds? Where are they going? How do they do this?

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Are you afraid of what you’ll discover if you really think about money?

Did you know that just understanding how you relate to money changes everything?

Would you like to change your relationship with money in one day?

The Women’s Wealth Summit, hosted by Venerable Women founder Dawn Morningstar, and taught by internationally renowned feng shui expert Carole Hyder, is an amazing opportunity for you to change old ideas into new understanding.

Health Notes Airs on Mondays 6:30-7:30PM