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  • We have a few art museums here in Minneapolis, but one of the most unique is The Museum of Russian Art – it’s the only museum of its kind in North America. A new exhibit opens Saturday the 26th – it’s “Faces of War: Russia in World War I (1914-1918).” Vladimir Von Tsurikov is the museum’s director, and he joined Paul Brohaugh to talk about this on the Thursday Morning Blend.

  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on Wednesday, September 23, 2015, as they talk with former US Senator Byron Dorgan. Senator  Dorgan had a prolific career in public service, serving at both the state and federal levels. During his time in office, Dorgan was a tireless advocate for Native American issues. While serving as the Vice Chairman and Chairman for the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Dorgan was persistent in bringing attention to disparities in Indian Country.

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  • To create a totally joyous life, a life of your dreams? Some people have read book after book on the subject, and they still haven’t managed to make it happen. (Not their fault, really – the instructions just haven’t been clear enough, or easy enough to implement into daily life).
    Well, according to Boni Lonnsburry, you already HAVE what it takes. You’ve had it all along. Sometimes though we just need a little help finding it, and to be shown how to use it.
    Boni’s been working with the principles of “conscious creation” (also known as “manifestation”) for nearly thirty years – studying and working with dozens (if not HUNDREDS) of teachers, authors, and healers.
    Boni has also looked inward, and scoured her own conscious and subconscious minds for what caused her most disappointing and painful realities, as well as the most successful and triumphant ones. Then she painstakingly broke down every area of her life and, bit by bit, built it back up exactly the way she wanted it.
    And when she was done, she collected everything together and created…“The Map”

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    A nationally acclaimed Nepali rock band, Albatross, will headline a fundraiser for earthquake victims on Sunday, September 20th.

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  • Do-it-yourself is all the rage, and we suspect many of you have projects going around your home and community. What about soil decontamination? Can you do this yourself? What is actually in our urban soils? Nance Klehm is with The Ground Rules in Chicago; Nance will be in town September 18th and 19th leading a workshop on how to repair and even heal the soil that has been used and abused.

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  • More than four million Syrians have fled their country in the last several years. So far the U.S. has taken in about 1,500 Syrian refugees.  Suzan Boulad is a University of Minnesota law student who has family in Syria, and last Sunday she organized a rally at Minnehaha Park, asking the United States and Minnesota to do more for Syrian refugees.

    Suzan spoke with Paul Brohaugh on the Thursday Morning Blend. 

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  • Minnesota photographer Paul Shambroom keeps an interesting menagerie of pets.   At least, it seems like that on paper. His new photo exhibit is called “Lost”, presented at the Minnesota Museum of American Art in St. Paul.  The show runs through October 18th.  

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  • The Gathering of the Guilds Midwest Permaculture Convergence is this weekend in Geneva, Minnesota. The idea is for people to talk about living off the land and giving back to it. Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin will be there, speaking about chickens and regenerative agriculture.

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  • Good 'N Country will pay tribute to the late steel guitar maestro and Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame member Buddy Emmons.  On Saturday September 12th, listen for some amazing pedal steel guitar artistry from 3-5PM central time on KFAI.

    Buddy passed away July 29th at age 78. He was known, respected and revered around the world as perhaps the greatest of the pedal steel guitar players.

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