Gabriel Solomon is a graduate student at the University of Minnesota, and orginally from Sudan. In recent months, he and several students started the Save Yar Campaign.
On Saturday, February 16, our sister station Radio K:http://radiok.cce.umn.edu/ in collaboration with Vita.mn and Black Corners is hosting its annual Hip Hop for the Homeless event to benefit Youth
Drea Clark, director of the Slamdance Film Festival held in Park City, Utah, speaks to KFAI’s Jim Brunzell about Slamdance, the films it highlights, and how a Minnesotan nailed the top job of a film f
Sheryl Lee Ralph, one of the original Dreamgirls, has a one-woman play entitled ‘Sometimes I Cry’, created to bring HIV/AIDS awareness to the African American community.
Vincent James may be the best-kept secret in Minneapolis architecture.
On Wednesday, January 16, the 8th Ward City Council Office of Minneapolis hosted an Arts Forum at the Pillsbury House Theater. KFAI’s Erin Vassilopoulos reports.
The Historic Mills District of Minneapolis has gained yet another hot spot for the Twin Cities artistic community.
Liberia has endured fourteen years of civil war and is finally beginning to return to normalcy.
We present another installment of Who’s Spinning Who, a regular segment by Cyn Collins, a Twin Cities arts and culture writer, author of West Bank Boogie, and substitute music programmer on KFAI.
Critics have showered the film Juno with the kind of praise every screenwriter dreams about.
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