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Meet the artist and support the arts in Alaska

The Alaska State Council on the Arts announces a Percent for Art Dedication for the public sculpture "Bone Music", by Alaska artist Leo Vait. Friday August 3rd, 5:15pm, exterior courtyard at the Robert B. Atwood Building, 550 West 7th Avenue, Anchorage. Meet the artist and support the arts in Alaska. Free of charge.

Off an exciting tour, Matisyahu stopped at our station in Anchorage to share a few words with us

June 21st, 2007 – For more info on Matisyahu
Check out his website

Thursdays 6:55am, 11:55am & 5:55pm

Listen to the Elders is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and The CIRI Foundation and is produced by Koahnic Broadcast Corporation with project manager Loren Dixon and project producer Phillip Blanchett.

Albuquerque, NM – now now now

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These are KNBA favorites this week.

Edie Brickell - ?Volcano?
Joe Ely - ?Streets of Sin?
Kerry Getz - ?Little Victory?
Indigenous - ?Indigenous?
Rodney Crowell - ?Fate?s Right Hand?
Blues Traveler - ?Truth be Told?
The String Cheese Incident - ?Untying the Knot?
Chris Smither - ?Train Home?
Shelby Lynne - ?Identity Crisis?
Loudon Wainwright III - ?So Damn Happy?

National – Some tribes have even fought the courts for tribal members facing capital punishment. However, recently there has been a number of violent and heinous crimes committed on several reservations. The Navajo Nation President has voiced a change in the tribe's long-held opposition to the death penalty. Does capital punishment actually deter violent crimes? What is your stance on the issue?

National – Best known for her roles in Smoke Signals, Lakota Woman and as the voice of Disney's Pocahontas, this Inupiat/Cree lady has now recorded a CD called Warrior of Love, and can be seen and heard fronting for the band Irene Bedard and Deni. The duo is taking the show on the road and could be coming to a theater near you. How's life treating a woman who was once named one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World? Is she giving up acting to focus on her singing? And who exactly is Deni?

National – Who's sleeping with who? Who's doing drugs and what about the dead body found in the condo next to the tribal casino? The casino was to be the tribe's goldmine, but the murder could bring that to a halt! That's the story line of a novel about a L.A. cop turned photographer who returns to the rez looking to retire. Are tribal casinos a magnet for crime? Is casino crime fiction or reality? Join us as we talk with author Hartley Goodweather.

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