Culture & Community News

Join guest host, musician and native Brit Simon Husbands for a whirlwind tour of rock music from across “the pond”, as he presents a wide range of vintage and new releases with plenty of in-betwee

Just what are Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs)?

TTT revisits Xcel Energy’s continuing push to place electrical substations in the Hiawatha corridor and high-voltage lines over the Midtown Greenway. Despite reams of testimony and several Friend of the Court briefs being filed in what’s called a contested case, Xcel persists in its claim that additional capacity is needed in this area of the city.

Is newsprint obsolete? Will Wall Street greed spell the end of news organizations whose costs can only drop so low? Why are reporters so expendable?

With an eye to helping Twin Citians better understand the issues confronting their communities and institutions daily – and encouraging them to engage those issues, KFAI announces the debut of Trut

As its second-phase funding looms in 2009, Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) advocates believe neighborhoods deserve to retain control over

Tune in on Wednesday, October 30th at 11 am for a discussion of the proposed Arts & Environment Sales Tax Amendment that will be on the ballot this election.

SHALL WE PLACE FUNDING MANDATES IN THE CONSTITUTION? TTT’s ANDY DRISCOLL and LYNNELL MICKELSEN host a robust debate on the pluses and minuses of a proposed Constitutional amendment to raise the sales tax to guarantee funding of arts and environmental programs.

On August 15th, Truth To Tell’s Andy Driscoll and co-host Craig Cox talk about addiction, recovery and the status of the <a href=http://www.wellstone.org/network/iss

Tune in to Truth to Tell:node/682 Wednesday, August 1 at 11 am as Andy Driscoll and guest co-host Ann Alquist talk Cops and the Mentally Ill.

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