Naya Arbiter, vice president of the Amity Foundation, a nonprofit that provides drug treatment services, and Sarah Gordon, HIV counseling coordinator with the MN Dept. of Health, joined WTIP’s Dick Swanson recently to discuss the possibility that approaching drug use as a public health issue rather than a crime would save money and lives. The conversation was prompted by a recent documentary film. “Breaking the Taboo.” You can watch the 52-minute film at hulu.com.
For more than four decades, Charlie Hoffman has been chiseling and sanding and shaping fine woods into handcrafted acoustic guitars at his Minneapolis shop. KFAI’s Dixie Treichel reports.