Arts & Culture

We speak with Nicholas Montemarano about his new novel The Book of Why. He is the author of a story collection If the Sky Falls, and a debut novel A Fine Place

We also speak with Elizabeth Haynes about her new novel Dark Tide. She is also the author of Into the Darkest Corner.

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Music Host: Jean Silverberg
News Host: Terry Carter
Producer: Ron Thums
Engineer: Rico Morales
Newsroom Assistant: Trisha Collopy

Les Exodus has performed locally and nationally for 26 years, and remains one of the Twin Cities’ finest reggae bands. Tonight Live from Minnesota features Les Exodus at the Blue Nile, with Charles “Chilly” Petrus on keyboards, Lance Colmer on drums, Andy “Shoffman” Mark on bass. The charismatic vocal styles of singers Prince Jabba and Lynval Jackson complement the trio’s high-energy performance. Here is Les Exodus.

Self Health Revolution

The hidden ingredient in our food that is causing us to get fat 3 simple things you can do to get fit and stay thin forever A forgotten remedy that will get rid of aches and pains forever One thing you can do now to extend your life by 15 years The #3 killer that nobody wants to talk about The little known reason most people feel tired and run down A cure that your doctor may not know about or can’t tell you What was recently found in our drinking water that no one yet knows about One thing that will instantly add vigor and passion to your sex life How unhappiness and stress may take 7 years off your lifespan.

Music Host: Cory Washington
Producer/News Host: Siobhan Kierans
Engineer: Rico Morales

The Last Game Show, Episode 2 – by Norman Jayo. The corporations control everyone with online addictions, but the radio pirates are trying to break the cycle.
Two pieces from Aural Stage’s Dialed In series: Ancient Evil and Straw Into Gold.

Youth Legacy Foundation: Promoting Volunteerism for Youth With Disabilities
A live, in-studio interview with the founder and board members of The Youth Legacy Foundation, a one-year old organization promoting volenteerism among high school youth with disabilities.

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