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Program:
Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Flamenco Show

La Magdalena, who recently visited our Mini Apple from the Big Apple to perform and teach master dance classes at Anda Flamenco, picked the music for this show. In this segment of the show’s flamenco interview, the wine is taking effect, and Kristina talks more than her guest (oops!), Susana di Palma of Zorongo Flamenco.

Listen in to tonight’s Radio Pocho show on KFAI during 8pm-10pm. Radio Pocho DJ Miguel Vargas will be join by Tarik Thornton and Rudy Aguilar. We have an exciting lineup of music tonight.

Live from Minnesota presents…

Mary Cutrufello at the Amsterdam Bar & Hall
Produced by Daniel Zamzow

Singer/songwriter Mary Cutrufello was raised in Connecticut and spent years as a recording artist in Texas. She settled in the Twin Cities 10 years ago, and continues to play locally and nationally. Known as a “honky-tonk heroine,” she’s been featured on Austin City Limits and has produced a number of albums, including a major release on Mercury Records. Vocal nodes silenced her for three years, but in 2007 she returned to performing and released the album, “35.” Her most recent release is “Fireflies till they’re Gone,” which showcases both her full-throated rock wail and quiet intensity.

POLICE TAPE by Making Contact
A radio documentary about how video cameras have changed the way we see the police… and how they see us.

Short show tonight – as both of your faithful Echo Chamber co-sidekicks were caught nappin’…but Swiss got the party started at 2:30 with Dub Qawwali, Jeck Pilpil & Peacepipe, and Dubblestandart. From there we moved into the new “Meditation” release from the Nazarenes B.B. Seaton’s new cover of “Come See About Me” on Give Thanks Records; and Mista Majah P’s new “Karma” single. On top of this were new vibes from: Junior Toots, Webcam Hi-Fi, Gene Clemetson, Gentlemen’s Dub Club, Kush Arora, Sunmonx, Nneka, Prince Fatty meets Mutant Hi-Fi, Khayo Ben Yameen, and Céu.

We begin the show with Lebanese writer Elias Khoury who talks about his recently reissued novel As Though She Were Sleeping, a hypnotic, account of a woman who slips in and out of consciousness and dreams, whose inner reality hides from but cannot help but absorb the chaotic world outside of her.

In the second half, poet Todd Boss joins us to talk about his second full-length poetry collection, Pitch. In addition, installation artist is also in the studio to talk about her upcoming collaboration with Todd Boss. Todd Boss’s poems have appeared in Poetry, The London Times, The New Yorker, NPR, and Best American Poetry. His first collection, Yellowrocket, was a finalist for the Minnesota Book Award and was named a Midwest Booksellers’ Honor Book for Poetry. He is also a co-founding co-director of Motionpoems, a new poetry film initiative currently collaborating with Milkweed, Graywolf, Copper Canyon and Ecco Press, among other outstanding literary publishers.

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