Arts & Culture

Kicking things off tonight with the excellent new “Rise Up and Love” album from Doktor Lond & Agarfa (Roots Lab Int’l/Springline). This was followed by the new dub-heavy “In the Chamber of Dub” album from General Levy & Joe Ariwa (son of Mad Professor). On top of this we had new tunes from The Dynamics, Tony Dubshot, Dub Colossus, Dr. Echo, Madness, Jah Marnyah, and Full Dub. Then, in the middle of the program, we aired part 1 of Dr. StrangeDub’s “In the garden of Dub” mix. This dubwise mix celebrates the pleasures of gardening, the roots of life, and the seasons of nature.

We speak with Pendred Noyce about her newest novel for children, The Ice Castle: An Adventure in Music.  A continuation of her award-winning fantasy, Lost in Lexicon, in this story Ivan and Daphne return to Lexicon and must track their cousin Lila through the frozen landscape to the Land of Winter where social status and freedom are determined by how well one sings.

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A Clash of Cultures: Understanding the 1862 Dakota War
Produced by Milt & Jamie Lee (for AMPERS)

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. This week marks the 50th anniversary of this historical conflict. A Clash of Cultures: The 1862 Dakota War is a production of ampers-Diverse Radio for Minnesota Communities. Join ampers stations across Minnesota for this 60 minute documentary and more.

Betrayal Of Love and Freedom – Healing of Bipolar Disorder Naturally

In 1998, author Paul Huljich was diagnosed by psychiatrists as suffering from Bipolar Disorder, also known as manic depression. That year, he experienced a full mental breakdown, lost his rights as a citizen and was made a ward of the state.

Aided by research and his background in organic foods, Huljich developed a diet, exercise, and wellness plan that would help him end his dependence on medication to cure himself and find true peace of mind.

Since the year 2000, Huljich has not taken any psychotropic or psychiatric medication or any medication related to mental illness. Nor has he suffered any relapse of depression or manic depression, or received further treatment from any psychiatrist, therapist, or doctor regarding mental illness. He has never felt better.

The final episodes of Our Fair City, from HartLife. The thrilling conclusion with evil scientists, Mole People, zombies and true love.
And the first episode from a new company called Action Science Theatre, “Jane Grey: Action Mathematician.

Suzette Foroozan, president of Negrenses Oriental de Minnesota, called in to discuss the organization’s beginnings, mission, volunteer work, and how they’re helping connect recent immigrants to their new communities.

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