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Willie Murphy has been writing, performing, recording, and producing Blues/R&B music for over 30 years. His 1969 collaboration with folk/blues legend Spider John Koerner, Running, Jumping, Standing Still, is still acclaimed as an all-time folk/blues classic.

Roy McBride has been an innovator in the Twin Cities spoken word scene for over 30 years.

Tune in Friday, March 12, 11am to KFAI’s Catalyst:politcs & culture for an interview with curator SHERYL MOSELEY about the 17th annual WOMEN WITH VISION FILM FESTIVAL at WALKER ART CENTER.

Cathi Cinicola talks abour gender inequities in the U.S. health system for women of color, rural and low-income women—and the role Planned Parenthood plays in meeting basic healthcare needs.She also updates on the fight for women’s reproductive rights and fact-based sex ed on KFAI’s Catalyst Friday, Mar. 26, 11am.

Women’s Health Big Book of Yoga – The Essential Guide to Complete Mind/Body Fitness

What can you do in 15 minutes? Pay a bill online? Schedule a doctor’s appointment? How about complete a total-body yoga workout that burns fat, sculpts a lean, sexy shape, and eliminates stress? With The Women’s Health Big Book of Yoga, you can make the most of 15 minutes with quick yoga routines—and reap amazing rewards.
*Burn fat faster—for a lean, athletic-looking body!
*Get strong without getting bulky!
*Boost your cardiovascular fitness!
*Feel energized all day long!
*Eliminate sugar cravings!

Health Notes Airs – Mondays 6:30-7:30pm

Join the hosts of WomenSpeak:node/4077 for a special program Christmas Day on KFAI: A Very Indigenous Christmas II!

Babe Didrikson, Lorraine Hansberry and women who work to create social change join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend on Fresh Fruit:node/89 on Thursday, March 20th from 7:30-8:30pm.

Beryl Greenberg and Charles Brin will read selections from the witty writings of the brilliant humorist, Woody Allen, on Wednesday’s Spoken Word:node/71, May 2nd, at 11AM.

Trú Rúts and KFAI present Words Will Heal The Wound 2007, a National Poetry Month celebration.

This Sunday at 6 p.m., gather ‘round the old radio for The Evil of Shady Lake, an original science fiction-mystery-comedy.

In the story, the bumbling Henry Forester takes a job working for Mr. Valenzuela, a ruthless real estate tycoon who acquires properties through foreclosures. Evicting homeowners is easy work; a little forceful persuasion usually does the trick.

Thursday, December 18th, on Write on Radio from 11:00 – noon it’s all about Minnesota. Thomas Maltman joins us in the studio to talk about his book The Night Birds, a historical novel set in Minnesota before and after the Dakota Conflict. It is the winner of several awards and was a Booksense/Midwest Connections Book Pick.

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