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Located in Cedar Riverside, KFAI is a volunteer-driven, community-based radio station that exists to serve an audience of diverse racial, social and economic backgrounds.



KFAI has been on the air since 1978 and your involvement makes all the difference.



NO IMAGE-KFAI’s International Women’s Day 2021

February 10, 2021 KFAI’s International Women’s Day 2021 »

July 21, 2020 KFAI Summer Drive – A Way To Grow »

January 25, 2023 MinneCulture | After taking a “breather,” Paul Chan debuts new work »

NO IMAGE-KFAI Board of Directors January Meeting Notice and Agenda

January 24, 2023 KFAI Board of Directors January Meeting Notice and Agenda »

January 19, 2023 MinneCulture | Protecting the Common Loon »

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January 5, 2023 MinneCulture | The Modernization of Meat in Minnesota »

Growing up, Scott Hayes suffered from severe nosebleeds, but he and his parents never understood why. Then, at the age of 18, while at the hospital for surgery, doctors found out that Scott had hemophilia B. Hemophilia B is a blood disorder that prevents clotting. With this disease, even cuts or dental work can result in severe bleeding. KFAI's LadyJ spoke with Scott about Hemophilia, how the disease impacts his daily life and his decision to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Photo: Scott Hayes poses for a photo with David Frelix, also a member of the Hemophilia community in Minnesota.

December 31, 2022 KFAI’s Wellness Signal | LadyJ and Scott Hayes Talk Vaccination and Hemophilia B »

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December 30, 2022 KFAI’s Wellness Signal | CAPI USA: “A Warm Presence in a Very Cold System” »