Join three returned Peace Corps volunteers in a celebration of National Peace Corps Week, February 25 through March 2.
Politics Intersect with Art in a new History Theatre play Peace Crimes: The Minnesota 8 vs. The War at Rarig Center.
On Wednesday, February 20th at 11am, evangelist and author of God’s Politics, Jim Wallis, talks about his latest book, The Great Awakening.
Thursday, February 21st, award-winning author Manil Suri stops by the KFAI studio to talk about his new novel, The Age of Shiva. His previous book is The Death of Vishnu.
The Grand Deeva from A Great Blend of Watercolors:http://www.kfai.org/node/107 Saturday mornings will have art work on display at the Soap Factory as part of Soul on Ice: Understanding the value a
Harry Waters Jr and Jewelle Gomez speak about “Waiting for Giovanni” a two act play in development about African-American gay writer, James Baldwin (1924-1987) with hosts *Dixie Treichel & John To
Monday, February 18th Health Notes:node43/ will explore the consequences of not taking care of yourself when you are taking care of your loved ones.
On Saturday, February 16, Radio K:http://radiok.cce.umn.edu/is hosts its annual Hip Hop for the Homeless event at the Triple Rock Social Club in Minneapolis.
Thursday, February 14th, it’s a special Valentine’s Day edition of Write on Radio:node36/. Katrina Vandenberg and Todd Boss will read poems from their forthcoming chapbook, On Marriage.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, the sound of cicadas buzzing in trees may be worth a thousand pictures, writes reviewer James Reiss of a non-narrated tour through Chicago’s parks called The
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