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  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor  on FIRST PERSON RADIO on Wednesday, April 13th as they talk with Betty Jane Schaaf and Jewell Arcoren from the Wicoie Nandagikendan program, sponsor of the event: 4th Annual Great Native American Cook-Off on April 1st at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. They are joined by special guest Catherine Taylor, last year’s cook off winner in the salad category.
     
  • Step aside, juicing—souping is the newest way to build a better body and power your health, all while enjoying big bowls of soup filled with real, satisfying ingredients. Unlike high-sugar, low-fiber juice cleanses, souping is just the opposite—low sugar, high fiber, and filling!

    Known as America’s get-real nutritionist Rachel Beller has created a transformative, science-based plan to help you detox and drop pounds without deprivation. You’ll find more than 50 delicious soup recipes and an easy 3-step action plan:

    • 3-Day Detox: pure, clean souping to jump-start your weight loss

    • 3-Week Transformation: shed up to 15 pounds with tasty soups and other healthy meals

    • Maintenance Method: tips to keep you on this simple and sustainable plan

    The best part: Power Souping will revolutionize the way you think about what you put in your body—for now and for life. You will get all the nutrients that you need—no crashing, no falling back into bad habits when the “diet” is done. With dozens of flavorful soups to choose from—hot and cold, sweet and savory, and numerous vegan and gluten-free options—Power Souping is not only a practical weight-loss method, but also a guide to feeling your amazing best.

    So grab your spoon and get ready to transform your body—and your life.

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

  • Join us Friday and Saturday, April 15-16 for our 2nd Annual Weekend of Music featuring 2 big nights of roots and rock entertainment at the Eagles Club in Minneapolis! 

    Friday, April 15th – 
Dan Newton & Cafe Accordion Orchestra / Swamp Poppas / Nazmo King / Mark Joseph (of The Big Wu) and The American Soul / Doug Otto & Hurricane Harold / Mother Banjo / Papa John Kolstad / Phil Heywood / Bad Companions

  • Katie and Blaine Garrett from MPLSArt.com join Ryan Dawes from the Tuesday Morning Blend to talk about upcoming visual arts events in the Twin Cities, including the Macro Machines of Russ White at Gamut, kinetic sculpture and interactive art at the Northrum King Building, and open studios in Northeast and Lowertown.  More information, including gallery openings, receptions, critiques, and local art news at MPLSArt.com.

    Image: Russ White

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  • This weekend, the Cowles Center in downtown Minneapolis will stage performances by the AXIS Dance Company.  These performers specialize in choreography known as "physically integrated dance," featuring artists with and without disabilities.  The production's reperatory includes work from choreographer Joe Goode that brings to light issues facing our nation’s veterans and addresses their resilience following severe life changes.  AXIS takes the stage at Cowles Friday, April 8 and

  • This weekend, the Cowles Center in downtown Minneapolis will stage performances by the AXIS Dance Company.  These performers specialize in choreography known as "physically integrated dance," featuring artists with and without disabilities.  The production's reperatory includes work from choreographer Joe Goode that brings to light issues facing our nation’s veterans and addresses their resilience following severe life changes.  AXIS takes the stage at Cowles Friday, April 8 and

  • The City of Lakes Chorus has been dazzling audiences in the Minneapolis / St.

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  • April Verch is a fiddle player and step dancer from Canada's Ottawa Valley. She’s been touring and performing on the road for more than 10 years, and she’s playing Friday, April 8, 2016, 7:30 p.m. at the Celtic Junction in St. Paul. KFAI's Paul Brohaugh spoke with her recently by telephone, a conversation you can hear after a bit of music off her album "The Newpart." 

  • Sarah Deer is an American lawyer, a professor of law at William Mitchell College, and a 2014 MacArthur fellow. She advocates for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence in Native American communities. She delivered a talk at the Hubert H.

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  • Join Laura Waterman Wittstock on FIRST PERSON RADIO on Wednesday, April 6th. Her guests are Kate Beane and Carly Bad Heart Bull. They will discuss the Bde Maka Ska name restoration and plans to get to the next phase of the process. They are both on the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) for the Master plan of Calhoun and Harriet Lakes.
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