Recent News

  • David Bowie will celebrate his 62nd birthday on January 8th, but I will be celebrating all month long on Across The Board.

    Jan 2nd is Featuring…, music featuring Bowie.

    Jan 9th is the Bowie birthday celebration when I will take over Voice Cried Softly to bring you 5 HOURS of all Bowie. Requests are warmly welcomed.

  • On Sunday, January 4th Womenfolk will feature the Top CD’s of 2008 as determined by you!

  • On the fourth day of Israel’s air attacks on the Gaza strip, protesters held a rally in front of Senator Amy Klobuchar’s office in Minneapolis to demand an end to the bombings that have killed more than 370 Palestinians since Saturday.

  • Tune in Thursday, January 1, 2009 at 6pm for a one-hour MovieTalk special with Jim Brunzell, Erik McClanahan and Peter Schilling!

    From the Toronto Film Festival, Al Milgrom brings us audio with director Steven Sodenbergh and Benicio del Toro about the epic film “Che”.

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  • Family members of Hmong people whose graves were desecrated in Thailand in 2005 testified before a United Nations official to recognize a violation of human rights in a hearing at the University of Minnesota on December 10. The Hmong community petitioned for recommendations that will prevent further desecration of indigenous grave sites and remedy the violations against the Hmong community.

  • Tune in to Voice Cried Softly Thursday January 1st at Midnight as slobbering drunk Mel Gibson attempts to play all the best noisy experimental underground rock music from 2008!! Normally Eric would do this show, but when Mel’s wasted, Eric just kinda lets him run things!!

  • On Tuesday, December 30, from 9:00AM – 11:00AM, please let Greg help you with your New Year’s Resolutions. This annual special has proven strangely popular, so like those promises we don’t keep, this is coming back around too. Listen into 2 hours of old self improvement & betterment records.

  • Tune in to Wednesday, December 31st at 11 am for a special congressional review of the past year as U.S. Representatives Betty McCullom and Keith Ellison stop by the show.

    Hosted by Andy Driscoll, Truth to Tell takes this year-end opportunity to review the policies and politics of 2008 and their impact on Twin Cities residents – and the change and expectations we can look for in 2009.

  • On December 29th, from 10:30pm-midnight, join Glen Leslie for a Jet Set Planet:node/94 special: No Holiday for Guitars. Glen will be featuring some of the best plink-plunkers and their bands from the Higher-than-fi universe:http://www.higherthanfi.blogspot.com — George Barnes, Al Caiola, the 3 Suns, Tony Mottola, Guitars Unlimited, Guitars Incorporated, and MORE!

  • KFAI’s Roots Saturdays Music Series is proud to present an intimate showcase featuring Charlie Parr, Dave Babb of the Front Porch Swingin’ Liquor Pigs, and Steve Kaul of the Brass Kings, this Saturday, December 27th at the Acadia Cafe.

    You’re invited to join Jackson Buck of KFAI’s Freewheelin’ as he presents a special performance by this trio of highly-acclaimed roots musicians.

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