Arts & Culture

Click on for the last segment of Kristina's interview with Jerez maestro Juan Parra and patada-down to a show of nada mas que bulerias!

 THE JELLY PROJECT turned Studio 5 into a furnace!  Great local band (for now), soon-to-be-national, bet on it!

DJs Miguel Vargas y Terrell LaMarr spin some favorite 2012 tunes of the RP Collective. Also joining us in the studio is Missy Whiteman to speak about the IDLE NO MORE – Flash Round Dance imaa GAKAABIKAANG and to share herexperience from this morning’s honoring of the Dakota 38+2 in Mankato (150-year anniversary).

A Clash of Cultures: Understanding the 1862 Dakota War (Part 2 of 2 Part Version)

On August 17, 1862 a group of four young Dakota men on a hunting expedition killed five settlers who lived along the Minnesota river in what is now southwest Minnesota…and a war began.

Art and Spirit Matters documentary, Part 1: An interfaith, cross-cultural look at matters of art and spirit.

BOXING DAY
Music Box Healer by Emily Eagle, Shodekeh Profile by Aaron Henkin, & Teen Contender from Radio Diaries

This holiday Global Beat moves between New Orleans and Hawai’i, among other locations and back home to the Midwest for some new releases.

Tonight was the annual “Christmas In Dub” special… What a fun mix of yuletide reggae, dub, club, jazz, lounge, and world exotica we put together this year. A bunch of reggae Christmas tunes from the likes of Yellowman, Horace Andy, The Ethiopians, Bluebeat Players, David Powell, The Drastics, L&S symfHoney, McPullish, Jacob Miller & Ray I, Jah Iriest Artists, Likkle Mai, The Kingstonians, Beres Hammond, Jah Jah meets Yaba Radics & Gibsy, Abassi All Stars, Kaysha Lee, Tommy McCook, Toots & the Maytals, and others. Plus yuletide gems from our Dub Club Tiki Lounge, including the artists Redtenbacher’s Funkestra, (James G.) Skafish, Hal Blaine, Esquivel, Pink Martini, 11 Acorn Lane, The Blue Hawaiians, J.Boogie, The Dub Three-o, Macklin Underdown, Vince Guaraldi (remixed…and straight-up), Fort Knox Allstars, Eban Schletter, Louis Armstrong/The Orb, Billie Holiday/Yesking, Duke Ellington, and more. What a fun, dubwise holiday party it was!

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