Valentine's Day, Public Radio Style
Listeners told Mark Wheat about the songs that remind them of their beloved, and he'll play some of these dedications on Saturday, Feb. 13 — the night before Valentine's Day — from 7-11 p.m. CT for a special edition of Radio Free Current.
From around the public radio dial and online, here are interesting coverage and features about the holiday, food, and art for you!
- Date with dad: A father-daughter dance reveals the power of 'real' men
- Moveable Feast: Valentine's Day
- The Splendid Table: Simple seduction in three courses
- A Prairie Home Companion: Romance With a Midwesterner
- Classical MPR: Valentine's Day with Cantus
- Learning to Listen: Themes of Love and Romance
- Morning Glories: Romantic Movie Music
- Eating and Drinking with Solo Vino's Chuck Kanski: La Valentina
- Listen to The Current 7-11 p.m. CT for Love Song Dedications
February 17, 7:30am | St. Paul, MN | Tickets
February 24, 7:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets
April 5, 7:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets
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