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KFAI's Spring Membership Drive was a great success - a tribute to our fantastic volunteers and loyal listeners.  

If you weren't able to call during the drive, you can still make a contribution online.  Thanks!

 

 

KFAI's Spring Membership Drive was a great success - a tribute to our fantastic volunteers and loyal listeners.  

Special thanks go to our sustaining members, whose support provides a solid foundation for KFAI's future. If you weren't able to call during the drive, you can still make a contribution online.  Thanks!

 

Thank You For Your Support!

KFAI has been on the air for 36 years, and your involvement makes all the difference.

If you missed your opportunity to call during our two-week drive, don't worry!  You can still  make a contribution online.  Thanks for supporting Fresh Air Community Radio.  

Thank You For Your Support!

On-Air Schedule: Turtle Island Voices Rising -- 24 Hours of Indigenous/Native American Programming This Wednesday, May 27

May 24 2015

KFAI celebrates American Indian Month in Minnesota with its third edition of Turtle Island Voices Rising – 24 hours of indigenous programming. The programs begin at midnight, Wednesday May 27 and continue till Thursday.

Here’s the rundown of 24 hours of programming that you will only hear on KFAI Fresh Air Radio:

Midnight-3 am — Charlie Thayer will be on board to bring you his new selections in music.

3-6 am — Roy Taylor brings you his special mix of music, musings, and news.

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Pop Wagner In New Venue

May 22 2015
Pop Wagner has been part of the folk scene in Minneapolis since he arrived in town over 40 years ago. He will be helping to start a new vibe on University Avenue in Minneapolis. Pop Wagner spoke with KFAI’s Rico Morales about his career, influences, and more. Pop Wagner will be playing at The Roots Cellar at University Baptist Church in Minneapolis.
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African American Voices Create 'Blues Vision'

May 13 2015

On Minneculture, we’ll visit the Minnesota History Center as some of the featured authors from a new anthology of African American writing celebrate the publication of their work. The book is called Blues Vision, and one of the featured writers is J. Otis Powell.

Here’s an excerpt from the Minneculture broadcast – J. Otis Powell reading from page 78 of the book – a piece called “Tongue Swallow.”

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