Robert and Daphne Cook. Mr. Robert Cook is the President of the National Indian Education Association and is the Principal of Pine Ridge Reservation High School in Jackson County South Dakota. Ms. Daphne Cook is the Executive Director of the Alliance of Tribal Tourism Advocates.

Mr. Kevin Clawson is the president of the non-profit, Reach the Children. Reach the Children provides underprivileged children opportunities for self-reliance by strengthening families and communities. They operate in fourteen countries throughout Africa.

True MargritA faulty device is marking time
On every Everest that I climb
Leading me back 10 years ago
Leading the track back to hello
~ Opposite Man, True Margrit

San Francisco based piano-pop trio True Margrit is fronted by singer-songwriter and piano-player Margrit Eichler.  Backed by Gary Hobish on bass and Andrew Bacon on drums, Margrit delivers her intelligent, upbeat songs with just enough pop flavor to be head-boppingly catchy, and just enough indie quirk to keep your ears on their toes.  Their newest album, The Juggler's Progress, is the fifth release for the band that has been described as "Aimee Mann & Ben Folds meet the Decemberists for speed Scrabble."

DJs Andy B & Bruce MillerFringe-Satellite Music

Expand Your Knowledge of Underground Bands with Fringe Toast's (Wed 8pm-10pm CST) Andy Bargerstock and Pirate Satellite's (Sat 9am-10am) Bruce Miller in the Iowa Source.

Welcome to Fringe-Satellite Music, a new column designed to amplify your listening enjoyment by introducing you to a whole new roster of lesser-known artists. Each month, KRUU-FM DJs Andy Bargerstock and Bruce Miller will mine their vast storehouse of music knowledge to bring their favorite off-the-beaten-track composers, singer-songwriters, and bands to the fore. 

Andy Bargerstock, the host of Fringe Toast, Wednesdays 8-10 p.m., traces his musical influences to the early 1970s, when he began hosting underground (non-mainstream) music programs on two college radio stations in Pennsylvania. Read more here...

Sunday night March 7th 2010
Beginning @ 11e/10c/9m/8p
::Obvious World::

PLANET ERSTWILD (Fri 2pm-5pm CST) host James Moore offers yet another program highlighting a coterie of lit souls. Rebroadcast Monday, March 8 at 1am.

Choreographer/dancer/writer Emma Rainey talks about her nouveau cabaret dance performance evening coming up Fri & Sat March 12 & 13 at 8pm in celebration of spring at the new Cafe Paradiso. Called Cirque D'Amour, it features diva chanteuse Adrien Daller & others recreating Paris and more.

John Buckman iMagnatune founder, EFF Chair John Buckmans the founder of Berkeley, California-based recording label Magnatune, a pioneer in digital downloading, application of Creative Commons copyrights, and artist-friendly business practices, sometimes referred to as "fair trade music."

An accomplished software programmer, Buckman is thought to be the first to use the term open music, an expression derived from the open source software community, in which he has been active. It refers to music that is shareable, available in "source code" form (individual tracks), permits certain forms of derivative works (i.e. remixes), and is made available at no cost for non-commercial use. Since founding Magnatune, Buckman has signed more than 250 recording artists across multiple genres. Buckman also chairs the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), an international non-profit digital rights advocacy and legal organization, and has been profiled by Forbes, Inc. Magazine, and The Economist.[wikipedia]

Marvin BellTo Dorothy        
by Marvin Bell

You are not beautiful, exactly.
You are beautiful, inexactly.
You let a weed grow by the mulberry
and a mulberry grow by the house.
So close, in the personal quiet
of a windy night, it brushes the wall
and sweeps away the day till we sleep.

A child said it, and it seemed true:
"Things that are lost are all equal."
But it isn't true. If I lost you,
the air wouldn't move, nor the tree grow.
Someone would pull the weed, my flower.
The quiet wouldn't be yours. If I lost you,
I'd have to ask the grass to let me sleep.

Marvin Bell was born in New York City on August 3, 1937, and grew up in Center Moriches, on the south shore of eastern Long Island. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Alfred University, a Master of Arts from the University of Chicago, and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Iowa.

Robyn ObrienWriters’ Voices welcomes Robyn O'Brien, who is being called "The Erin Brockovich of Food". A conservative Texan with an MBA, Robyn used to roll her eyes when finicky parents talked about their children's food allergies and special diets. When her own children started having severe allergy problems, she was catapulted into a research project that changed her life. In her book, The Unhealthy Truth, she lets us in on the secrets of GMO foods, the revolving door between the FDA and the food industry, and much more.

Dear Listeners,  This week shelter from the storm.

Night Psalms

Reasoning upon the holy anointing oil of exodus 30

The hidden incense for these holy alters of incense

The tent of tabernacles

Love brother Ioel

Rasta's roots the tribe of Benjamin the isle of Xamaica the council of the most High Good!

The pillar and ground of the truth; The congregation of the Living Man

Iesous Kristos; our beloved and all redemption of Love.

The weather is finally looking up everyone's feeling good.

So Soul Product wants to provide the perfect soundtrack for your transition into spring.

For all of you Hip Hop lovers out there, there's a lot to love about this week.

Playlist includes:

DL Incognito / Zion I / Funkdoobiest / Intuition / Poor Righteous Teachers / Mos Def / Prisma / Xzibit / Phife Dawg / Statik Selectah

And Much more...

You know the place and you know the time, join hosts: Zander Stone and Johnny Cope on another

funky rhythmic fiasco to get your heads bobbin and your fingers tapping.



~~Saturdays 10 to 11PM~~

duran duranthe go gossqueeze

Join A Reasonable Alternative as we venture back in time to an era of leg warmers, parachute pants, cold wars, 1,000 points of light, MTV (when they actual played music videos), new wave, big hair and more as we celebrate the 1980s. Tune in to hear some of your favorite 80s music from artists like Duran Duran (above left), the Go Gos (middle) and Squeeze (right). Plus my co-host Michael Halley will explain the meaning of the lyric "I smell like I sound" and discuss how his ancestors discovered a certain famous comet. This Friday from 8 to 9 PM on KRUU!

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