Giving a voice to those in the know…Local arts Writer Cyn Collins interviews musicians, producers, bookers, record store amd label staff, and other music fans talking about and spinning their favori
Pomi Tefera reported on growing up bi-culturally as an Ethiopian-American as part of KFAI’s Youth News program in 2006.
Nahjea Lee is entering the 9th grade at Brooklyn Junior High School in the fall.
Mirael Goss lives and goes to school in Minneapolis. She is entering the 10th grade at Washburn High School and was a 2007 Youth News Intern.
Rhaven Gant is an African-American 10th grader at Fridley High School. With her two parents still together, she wondered why so many of her friends’ parents were not married or separated.
Nissan Brown is an African-American student, entering her junior year at Edina High School in the fall.
Nia Gilbert was a 2007 Youth News Intern. She took on a personal story for her youth news project.
MyChoice Daniel returned for a second summer as part of KFAI’s Youth News program. In 2006, she interviewed foster children, and what affect it had on their lives.
On September 18, 2007 State representative Frank Hornstein and Senators John Marty and Patricia Torres Rey joined workers, students, and community members at a press conference at AFSCME headquarters
In Minneapolis, the riverfront district has become a showcase for edgy, modernist architecture.
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