Listen to Write On Radio:node/36 this Thursday, June 21st for an interview with author Susan Straight, a regular commentator on NPR, author of five previous novels and finalist for the National Book
Young people tend to get a pretty raw deal in the mainstream media. It’s one of the reasons why the web is so attractive to teenagers and children. So says the BBC.
Tune in this week to Write On Radio:node/36, your Twin Cities literary connection. This week features in-depth interviews with best-selling author and independent filmmaker, Max Allan Collins.
Pride Month Kick-Off Special -Tune into Fresh Fruit:http://www.kfai.org/node/89 Thursday, May 31 from 7 pm to 8 pm for an On Air phone interview with special guest Lily Tomlin.
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.
Chante Wolf served in the Air Force and was sent to Iraq in the 1991 Gulf War. Now, she’s an anti-war activist with Veterans for Peace, TC chapter.
KFAI will broadcast live from the Midtown Global Market for Conversations with Al McFarlane:node/44 on Monday, May 21, 2007 (11am-noon).
Tune in to Truth to Tell this Sunday, May 20th (9-11pm) for a two-hour discussion on the state of Twin Cities and Minnesota media. Guests include:
Listen to Wednesday’s Spoken Word_at 11AM, this Wednesday, May 16th when Charles Brin and Beryl Greenberg will be reading short stories, poetry and essays celebrating the Big Apple.
South Africa has the largest number of people with HIV/AIDS in the world. More than 5 million South Africans are HIV positive. Thembi is one of them.
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