Tuesday, April 9th. We did something a little different this week. We discussed our writing among ourselves. Steve McEllistrem, Lynette Reini-Grandell, Antonia Felix, G.E. Patterson and Kristin Johnson all read something of their own or something they really liked and we chatted about what we're currently writing and why Write On! Radio is so important to us that we volunteer our time and money.
Tonight on MinneCulture, a special pledge drive encore presentation that explores the history of KFAI, Fresh Air Inc. This documentary was produced by Ahndi Fridell and J. Otis Powell in 2003 for KFAI’s 25th anniversary, and this year, a companion piece is in the works to celebrate the station’s 35th birthday. Tonight we’ll take a look back at the evolution of KFAI community radio in the first of a two-part series.
“Every minute, our brain cells are bathing in the nutrients—or toxins—we take in through food,” says Dr. Barnard. “Just as we put money in a retirement account to ensure a secure future, we can put foods on our plates today to help keep the brain in high gear well into the future.”
This week we focus on locally produced audio theater, featuring works from Great Northern Audio, TekDiff, Precarious Audio Theater, Fearless Comedy Productions, and KOEH-FM. And we hope you will make a pledge of financial support to the show and to the station.
"Free for All – but Not Free for All" – Spring Pledge Drive, 2013
Patti Walsh and Mike Stapp, along with special KFAI guest stars Libby Donahue and Michael Fischbein, spin music from all over the place and times, and talk about the value of KFAI and the Wave Project. All designed to garner your support for Commmunity Radio. Hear some great songs, listen to some great conversation and join us for the fun. A special Wave Project for Pledge Drive.