Veda Ponikvar is known as “The Iron Lady of Chisholm,” and recognized by the Historical Society as one of Minnesota’s 150 most important people. Born of humble beginnings to Eastern European immigrants on the Iron Range in northeastern Minnesota, Veda attended college, served in World War II, and returned to her hometown to start the Chisholm Free Press. She is a life-long advocate for workers, children and the mentally disabled. KFAI producer Britt Aamodt journeyed up north to talk to this 93-year-old icon.
Healing Your Home Project – Deeping Your Connection To Your Space – Feng Shui and Harmonics
Can your mood change just by listening to a certain song on the radio?
Do you feel the need for a place that helps you return to your center and balance your heart?
Are you moved by certain musical tones or songs you hear?
Do the elements of your life seem out of balance, including the energy of where you live?
Are you affected positively or negatively by space depending on its energy?
Carole Hyder and Jeff Bova – Healing Your Home
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School students, Blake Mattson and Nafiso Shire, host this week’s WAVE Project on Teens & Religion: The Way We Really See It. Blake and Nafiso interview four teens from different religious backgrounds about how religion plays a part in their lives. The show also features a spoken word piece, a hip hop song and an interview with a former youth pastor. Listen for a full hour of youth radio!