Culture & Community News

Hennepin County sheriff, Rich Stanek, explains how his people are trying to search the river for bodies and cars.

The pioneering gay political comedy duo of Romanovsky and Phillips talk about their career and celebrate 30 years since their first performance on Fresh Fruit Thursday, April 19 at 7pm with hosts Dixie Treichel and John Townsend.

Ron Romanovsky & Paul Phillips, an openly gay folk duo, pioneered the queer music comedy movement starting in 1982 in San Francisco

Americans have long been fascinated with the promise of the open road.

Beginning in 1926, that metaphor for hope and unfulfilled dreams was Route 66, a highway that connected Chicago to the Pacific Ocean.

Tune in November 6th at 7:30 pm for a sneak peak of Roxxy Hall Band’s new album She’s the One on Fresh Fruit. They’ll be celebrating with a CD release party at Lee’s Liquor Lounge Saturday, November 8th. For more info, click here:http://www.roxxyhallband.com.

Fresh Fruit:node/89 airs every Thursday 7:30-8:30 pm and is the longest running Queer program in the country!

Tune in to Fresh Fruit:node/89 on Thursday, October 25th as host Dixie Treichel is joined by entertainer RuPaul.

Erika Lyremark, Professional Ass Kicker who will be in the studio with Kinshasha Monday, Nov. 23rd. talking about the seven mindsets to Kick Your Own Ass.

In February 2009, Mpls/St. Paul Magazine listed Erika’s BOOT CAMP as the #1 thing to do to live better.

Scapegoating is an important tool of propaganda. Scapegoating is the act of holding a person, group of people, or thing responsible for a multitude of problems.

Join Hosts Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

This Thursday, September 18, 2008, 7:30pm to 8:30pm.

Guests:
Matthew A. Everett, Wendy Knox, Aaron Christopher

Matthew A. Everett:http://www.matthewaeverett.com, Playwright

Legendary Scottish singer Horse McDonald joins Hosts
Dixie Treichel and John Townsend on Fresh Fruit Thursday September 20th at 7:30pm via phone from Scotland.

Tune into MinneCulture on Wednesday, April 24, at 7:30pm to hear a captivating audio documentary by Susan Gray. Second Chances: The Story of Fergus Falls State Hospital explores the history of a Minnesota landmark, and why a place on the National Register of Historic Places may not save it from demolition.

In the late 19th century, insane asylums were built across the country in response to a national outcry over the treatment of the mentally ill. More than 75 asylums were designed using Dr. Thomas Kirkbride’s Moral Treatment Plan, which claimed that mental ailments could be alleviated with beautiful architecture and serene landscaping. The former State Hospital in Fergus Falls is one of the few remaining intact Kirbride hospitals in the country. Re-named the Regional Treatment Center in 1985, the building is destined for the wrecking ball if a developer is not soon found. KFAI producer Susan Gray spoke with preservation supporters to learn about the building’s historical significance to Fergus Falls, and the treatment of people with mental illness.

The hidden ingredient in our food that is causing us to get fat 3 simple things you can do to get fit and stay thin forever A forgotten remedy that will get rid of aches and pains forever One thing you can do now to extend your life by 15 years The #3 killer that nobody wants to talk about The little known reason most people feel tired and run down A cure that your doctor may not know about or can’t tell you What was recently found in our drinking water that no one yet knows about One thing that will instantly add vigor and passion to your sex life How unhappiness and stress may take 7 years off your lifespan.
Health Notes Airs Mondays – 6:30-7:30PM

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