Arts & Culture

Chris Marble and Wendy DeVore talk about CVI, (Carrier Ventures Inc)

More talking with Tamara de Tane, more playing of bulerias, and more exploring the old, middle-aged, and modern versions of that palo.

Converting a school bus into a living space might sound crazy, but it’s not so far fetched. Small space living has spawned a plethora of websites, books and blogs, as eco-conscious and debt-averse consumers search for alternatives to oversized McMansions. KFAI producer Nancy Skalkos examines downsizing the American Dream, and talks to Sarah Susanka, author of “The Not So Big House”; WeeHouse Architect Geoffrey Warner; University of Minnesota Housing Professor Becky Yust; and graduate student Hank Buttita, who is converting a school bus into a weekend retreat.

NOISE
Two pieces exploring the role of sound, and listening, in the past 100,000 years of human history.

Summer concluding with a review of a few recent shows and a preview of fall highlights. Some comments on the 9/11 paradigm we still live under, as well.

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