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Today, I’m recommending Reincarnation Blues by Michael Poore, a wildly imaginative work of fantasy fiction that is as darkly enchanting as the works of Neil Gaiman and as wisely hilarious as Kurt Vonnegut’s.

First we live. Then we die. And then…we get another try? Ten thousand tries to be exact. Ten thousand lifetimes to “get it right.” Answer all of life’s big questions. Achieve wisdom. And become one with everything.

My Father's Tears

Oct 2, 2017
Dorothea Lange

It's a simple human story, repeated countless times in countless settings.

It begins with absolute necessity of very hard work and the will power to get it done, an ethic white rural folks have celebrated proudly for 150 years--"that kid really knows how to work."

At 98, barely able to walk, my father-in-law still apologizes for having done nothing all day in the Home. That laziness grieves him. He dreams of working all afternoon--doesn't really matter how, as long as he sweats. You know?

Ten O'Clock Blues 9.30.17

Oct 1, 2017

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 9.29.17

Sep 30, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

 

 

This week's artists:

 

Kris Lager Band, Revivalist Rock, Heavy Soul & Boogie Trance, {Omaha, Nebraska}

The Zero Men, Progressive Rock, {Sioux Falls, South Dakota}

Samantha Fish, Blues Americana, {Kansas City, Missouri}

TWINS, Rock and Roll, American Garage, Brutish Jangle, Midwest Soul Music, {Waterloo, Iowa}

Nick Moss Band, Rock and Roll with Soul and Blues with a Groove {Chicago, Illinois}

Cultural Continuum 9-29-17

Sep 29, 2017

SCSO Opening Night with Zuill Bailey

Sep 28, 2017

The candidates featured in this edition of The Exchange are:

Dan Moore, Incumbent and Mayor Pro Tem

Pete Groetken, Incumbent

Dennis Quinn, Challenger

Jake Jungers, Challenger

Jon Olson, Challenger

Nick Davidson, Challenger 

Ty Rushing
Ally Karsyn

A Kansas City native ignores his family's advice and moves to a mostly-white community in a state that he doesn't know much about.

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 9.29.17 (PROMO)

Sep 26, 2017

Experience a sonic journey that binds the physical and  the great beyond this week with progressive rock music group, The Zero Men. You'll also hear tunes from Samantha Fish, Kris Lager Band, Nick Moss Band, and TWINS. Plus an interview with Kris Lager of Kris Lager Band.

This week's artists:

Kris Lager Band, Revivalist Rock, Heavy Soul & Boogie Trance, {Omaha, Nebraska}

The Zero Men, Progressive Rock, {Sioux Falls, South Dakota}

Samantha Fish, Blues Americana, {Kansas City, Missouri}

Ten O'Clock Blues 9.23.17

Sep 24, 2017

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