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Guest host David Lazarus speaks with Patrick Markee, deputy executive director of advocacy for The Coalition for The Homeless. The show also speaks with Darlene Grason, who was temporarily homeless in Los Angeles.
To the Best of Our Knowledge
Tonight at 8:00pm
Welcome to the creepy, freaky world of weird fiction, from H.P. Lovecraft to emerging star Jeff Vandermeer, where there's a very thin line between the real and the surreal. Also, the modern master of mythic fiction, Neil Gaiman.
A Prairie Home Companion
Today at 11:00am
This week, the show sticks around unseasonably warm Saint Paul, Minnesota for another live broadcast from the Fitzgerald Theater, with special guests country songwriter and singer Robbie Fulks, Oklahoma's own John Fullbright and singer and actress Kate Beahen.
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