Arts & Culture

We speak with Naomi Wolf about her new book Vagina. She is an author and political consultant as well as a feminist. Her books include The Beauty Myth, Promiscuities, and The End of America.

We also talk with Louise Erdrich about her new book The Round House. She is a writer and poet who has won numerous awards, including a National Book Critics Circle Award for Love, Medicine, a Pushcart Prize in poetry and a Guggenheim Fellowship. She also owns Birchbark Books.

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The St. Paddy’s Day Hootenanny for Slim Dunlap

Twin Cities’ musician Bob Dunlap is known to most of his friends and fans as “Slim.” Dunlap played with the Replacements and released two solo CDs “Times Like This” and “Old New Me.” Earlier this year he suffered a major stroke, and is currenly recovering. On St. Patrick’s Day, more than a dozen local musicians assembled at the Amsterdam Bar in St. Paul to pay tribute to their friend. Hosted by Jim Walsh, the St. Paddy’s Day Hootenanny for Slim showcased an outpouring of love and support for a man known as everybody’s friend. This program features musicians Gini Dodds, Frank Randall, Katy Vernon, Jen Markey, Joe Fahey and Ben Glaros.

p>Naturopath, Herbalist, Nutritionist and Youngoligist Dr. Bridget Bagley

Naturopath, Herbalogist, iridologist, Nutriionist and Youngoligist, Dr. Bridget Bagley talked with Kinshasha
about Alkalizing our bodies with nutritious raw food, how to look in you eyes and determine important factors of
your health, food supplements and vaccinations.

Guest DJ Emily Krumberger plays some of her current & old favorites of female neo-soul to accompany the news.

Ruby Nine, the new installment in the ZBS saga of the Galactic Gumshoe, Masque of the Red Moon. Ruby and the gang investigate a plague in the City of Lost Illusions. Steampunk story with zeppelins and submersibles and everything. All the inhabitants wear masks, and the masks are alive.

Native North American Child: Native protest music from 1965-75