Exactly one month ago, KFAI’s neighbor, the North Country Co-op closed for good. It was the first food cooperative in the Twin Cities and was its longest-lasting, surviving for 37 years.
The Minnesota State Department of Health is investigating a mysterious neurological illness among workers at a pork processing plant in Austin Minnesota.
Teachers in Minneapolis’ public schools are heading into negotiation for a new contract.
The 2007 Farm Bill has attracted a lot of media attention. But why does the Farm Bill matter to people who don’t farm?
An ongoing exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts features new work by Minnesota artist Ta-coumba Aiken.
It’s that time of year again. Join Angie on Wednesday, December 5th at the midnight hour as she celebrates the music of John Lennon on In Your Ear:node/91.
In this next edition of Truth to Tell’s:node/682 occasional discussions on the media, Andy Driscoll and Lynnell Mickelsen talk with local media observers about the damage broadcast and print media h
This Sunday, from 7 to 8pm, Indian Uprising:node/125 discusses the portrayals of Native Americans in films.
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