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AFRICAN WINE TASTING

On January 25th, join us for anAfrican Wine tasting. This KFAI fundraiser will be at Louie's Wine Dive from 4 to 8 pm. Louie's is at 800 West Lake Street in Minneapolis. See you there!

KFAI has amazing volunteers. 

We salute  Miguel Vargas, ending his tenure as KFAI's beloved Program Director but continuing as volunteer host of Radio Pocho, Wednesday night at 8.  

Community driven

 

At KFAI, we broadcast information, arts and entertainment programming for an audience of diverse racial, social and economic backgrounds.

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Sweet Fundraiser!

 

Eat ice cream for KFAI! On Friday, February 6th, visit Izzy's Ice Cream Cafes in St. Paul or Minneapolis. For every single cake, sugar cone or cup of ice cream sold between noon and 10pm, Izzy's will donate $2.00 to KFAI!

 

 

Benefit With Friends

Join us at the Turf Club on Saturday, February 7th for a Benefit With Friends, a 21+ show to support KFAI! Guests include: The Mighty Mofos, X-Boys, Flamin' Ohs, Michael Yonkers, DJ Danny Sigelman. Tickets available Now!

 

Good'n'Country to salute country singing, songwriting great Bill Anderson on Jan. 31

Jan 23 2015

Good 'N Country salutes singer and prolific songwriter Bill Anderson on Saturday, Jan. 31. You will hear music from Connie Smith, Charlie Louvin, Sara Evans, George Strait, Wanda Jackson, Roger Miller and many others — including of course, Bill himself. This is a project long in the making, and it all happens on KFAI 3-5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31. If you're any kind of fan of traditional country music, this will be the “mother” of all Bill Anderson salutes. Don't miss it!

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Minneapolis Tattoo Convention

Jan 23 2015

Recently, Minneapolis played host to an annual tattoo convention. KFAI’s Rico Morales was there and talked to several people about their decision to have a permanent tattoo.

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Author Tells Stories of Resilience

Jan 23 2015

Andy Steiner covers mental health and addiction for Minn Post, so she’s regularly in contact with people who are struggling with some of the most powerful challenges humans face. She’s written a book called How to Survive: The Extraordinary Resilience of Ordinary People. It offers dozens of true stories about survival, ranging from living with chronic illness to climbing free from debt and unemployment.

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