Marking its 20th anniversary this year, the little station that could--and can, and does, and will continue to do--remains the Cities' best example of the dream of community-based, commercial-free, beautiful/ugly radio diversity, with the make-your-own-show ethic of a college radio station and a crazy-quilt cultural mezcla no other station in town can touch. KFAI has built a passionate fan base among the Hmong and Ethiopian communities with its foreign-language broadcasting; it also carries a healthy handful of shows for the queer community, and the specialty music shows (Friday Night Poker Party, Mark Wheat's Local Sound Department, Musical Transportation Spree, etc.) make KFAI the consummate resource for local music-heads of all persuasions.


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