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On Sunday, June 14, host Amanda Balagur looks at the local food scene, the slow food movement, and writing about food.

Is 80 the new 50? It is when you compare Americans’ average life expectancy today — about 78 — with what it was a century ago, when the average American lived to about 50.

In “The Longevity Prescription,” Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Butler says that this three-decade dividend, as he calls it, doesn’t have to be lived out in declining health as many assume.

Common ailments such as heart disease, arthritis and lung problems are arriving a full decade later than they did 100 years ago. This suggests that we have it within our power to increase the chances of staying healthy longer

Health Notes Airs Mondays, 6:30-7:30PM

Thursday, August 14th, poet LouAnn Shepard Muhm joins Write on Radio by phone to talk about her new collection of poetry, Breaking the Glass.

Love For No Reason: 7 Steps to Creating a Life of Unconditional Love Kinshasha talks with author Mari Shimoff (Author of Happy for No Reason) about her new book, Love For No Reason.

Love For No Reason gives you a simple and powerful program for living in a profound state of Love … the kind of Love that comes from deep within, and doesn’t depend on another person, situation, or romantic

Love For No Reason: 7 Steps to Creating a Life of Unconditional
Kinshasha talks with author Mari Shimoff (Author of Happy for No Reason) about her new book, Love For No Reason.

Love For No Reason gives you a simple and powerful program for living in a profound state of Love … the kind of Love that comes from deep within, and doesn’t depend on another person, situation, or romantic partn

Caribbean born, gay singer/songwriter Nhojj talks about his new CD “Made to Love Him – Celebrating Love” and Rob Ainsley, Head of Music with the MN Opera discusses “The Dream of Valentino”, Dominick Argento’s opera about 1920’s film star Rudolph Valentino

“These conventions are one of the most active places where the two parties reach into the space of the cultural imagination, . . .

Today on Health Notes:healthnotes, Kinshasha has an amazing conversation with Marina Spence about this important book that will help us to stay present in our lives and experience joy and wonder in everything we do everyday and realistically.

The recipe of making every day a Friday is simple:
Connect who you really are with what you do

When you do that, you can express your inner self

Join us for an evening of music, dance, and spoken word from some of the most talented artists in the Twin Cities! In honor of Women’s History Month, KFAI’s International Women’s Day Committee (IWD) is sponsoring a concert featuring some of your favorite Twin Cities women whose work is at once local and global. All ticket proceeds go towards KFAI’s mission to create diverse, inclusive radio programming for underrepresented communities in and around the metro area. This concert is a way for us to support and amplify the voices of the self-identified women in those communities.

Robyn Cruze says, “I gave my soul to my eating disorder. I truly believed that I would die from my illness as so many do. I felt my hearts being tarnished by the dictates of it. I was sinking along with the dreams and purpose I once had. I was treading in the deep end of life with only my nostrils above the waterline. Like the caterpillar that never came out of its cocoon, I was lost in the darkness of isolation. Never to become the butterfly that God intended me to be, that is until recovery”.

Listen to this important conversation on Health Notes. Health Notes Airs Mondays, 6:30-7:30PM

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