Chris D, a fellow podcaster, shares his experience, strength and hope as it pertains to his journey in recovery from porn addiction, alcoholism and drug addiction. His show, “Duck Duck Gray Duke”, is a scream. Trust me, we do some screaming too.
This inaugural episodes starts, of course, with overtures and waltzes into dance tunes – tunes about dance, that is!
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Bridget B shares her experience, strength and hope as a survivor of sexual assault, and her personal journey as the wife of an alcoholic. Addiction does NOT affect the addict only. It is a family affair.
On the 100th anniversary of women winning right to vote, the MN HISTORY CTR. celebrates with online exhibit “VOTES FOR WOMEN” curated by KATIE ROBERTS, who shares stories like NELLIE FRANCIS (below) African-American civil rights & women’s voting rights activist. (ONLINE AUG. 26). Plus: LORI STURDEVANT, Minneapolis Star Tribune columnist on her new book co-written with former MN SECRETARY OF STATE, JOAN GROWE (1975-1999) called TURNOUT: Making Minnesota the State That Votes” (Online EVENT Aug. 26, 7pm) co-hosts: Lydia Howell & Rico Morales.
Poet Lisa Marie Brimmer writes with heartfelt expression, addressing personal and social issues.
“I just moved recently and I found a notebook of mine from when I was in high school. And I found some poems in there,” says Brimmer. “That fresh confusion of trying to grow up. I know we’re all feeling the effect of social and physical distancing. And we’re all feeling the loss of Mr. George Floyd.”
Brimmer is a co-editor of Queer Voices: Poetry, Prose, and Pride Anthology from the Minnesota Historical Society Press and currently teaches at Century College. Dixie Treichel produced this audio portrait. Listen below.
Support for MinneCulture comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Find more stories at soundcloud.com/minneculture.
The meeting notice and agenda for the KFAI/Fresh Air, Inc. Board of Directors which meets on Monday, Aug. 24, 2020 at 7:00 pm can be found here.
Josh digs into fringe beliefs and conspiracy theories with Colin Dickey, author of The Unidentified.
Then, Annie is joined by Quan Barry discuss women’s sports, the eighties, comedic novels, and coming-of-age while celebrating Barry’s new novel, We Ride Upon Sticks.
KFAI is proud to announce that Radio Rethink will be our go-to service for streaming KFAI at home and on the go. Check out their AirPocket mobile-friendly player to take KFAI with you.
We are excited to partner with Radio Rethink because they are excited to be partnering with us! A self-described “group of devoted community radio fans,” Radio Rethink is a project with an exclusive commitment to promoting community radio and improving public access to it. We believe they are the right kind of people to manage our streaming needs and a company along with whom our web service can grow.
Visit Radio Rethink here to stream KFAI online. Download KFAI to your mobile device simply by following the above link, clicking the Options tab once on the page, and selecting “Add to Home Screen.”
If you have our old app: Don’t despair! KFAI wouldn’t let you down like that. Our old service from Public Media Apps will continue to function normally and update with the same KFAI content you love. It will no longer be available in the app store after the end of August, so this is your last chance to download it if you have always been interested.