Culture & Community News

One boat. Four women. Four directions, four histories: merging. parting. reuniting.What are the stories that heal us, as we dive into breathing deeply, loving fully, knowing honestly, and relating consciously? How do we connect to the threads of our cultural past, as we reweave the patterns of our selves and our world?

Join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend with filmmaker Ellen Marie Hinchciffe-Thought Woman- The Life and Ideas of Paula Gunn Allen (world premiere); Jammin’ & Jambalaya for Gender Justice and 30 Bands for 30 Hours! with Avenues for Homeless Youth and The 30 Days Foundation plus music and surprises!

Join hosts Dixie Treichel & John Townsend on Fresh Fruit:node/89, January 17, 7:30-8:30 pm for a special phone interview with *filmmaker/director Esther B.

On Thursday, March 26th, we’ll have a discussion regarding first books as 2008 National Book Award Finalist and Young Lions Fiction Award winner Salvatore Scibona joins us in the studio to talk about his novel, The End. Kao Kalia Yang will also be in the studio to talk about her acclaimed book, The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Memoir. Nicole Johns will also be on hand to talk about her book, Purge

From Hearing Voices, comes For the Fallen which airs on the Listening Lounge:node/72 on May 23 and May 30 (11:30-noon). The host is Green Beret and poet Major Robert Schaefer, U.S.

Former Minneapolis Mayor Don Fraser will join former City Councilmember Joan Niemiec and city elections officials in discussing issues facing Minneapolis voters on November 3.

This week and on October 28,TTT’s Andy Driscoll and Lynnell Mickelsen talk about Minneapolis election processes, candidates and one key ballot issue. We will talk about St.

Byron Katie, founder of The Work, has one job: to teach people how to end their own suffering.

Are politicians and police officials shredding the Constitution to keep Republicans and their dissenting fellow citizens apart? Can politicians keep the cops at bay?

If you are struggling with an emotional or physical health challenge, Free to Love, Free to Heal offers a unique, proven path to authentic healing. In this book, renowned mind-body physician and Chopra Center co-founder, David Simon, M.D., guides us in the five-step process that has helped thousands release their emotional pain, find freedom from the past, and reclaim happiness.

In Free to Love, Free to Heal, board-certified neurologist David Simon provides a systematic approach to identifying, mobilizing, and releasing the life-damaging beliefs and their corresponding physical imbalances that contribute to chronic pain, anxiety, obesity, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, addictive behaviors, chronic fatigue, immune disorders, and many other psychological and physical health conditions.

Drawing upon the Eastern healing arts and modern science, Dr. Simon shows you how to identify and transform the core misunderstanding that inhibit your body’s natural healing response. If you are prepared to become an active partner in your own healing journey, the information within this book will help you heal your emotions and heal your body
Health Notes Airs Mondays – 6:30-7:30PM

The Freedom Jazz Festival:http://www.geocities.com/freedomjazzfestival/ is always a great summer event that features the hottest and the coolest locally, nationally, and internationally known jazz a

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