Listen to our session with this Duluth native, now based in the Twin Cities, from March 20, 2015. He's played alongside Haley Bonar and Actual Wolf, among others, and recently released his own alt-pop album, Next Summer.

categories: Performing Arts

(03/27/2015) 3/27 Sarah Brokke's Gratitude Project
Artist Sarah Brokke joined us to talk about turning 35, and how it inspired her Gratitude Project: a series of portraits of local artists who inspired her. Inspiration, connection, being human and other gifts from the process - Sarah Brokke explains.

categories: Northland Morning Features | Visual Arts

(03/19/2015) 3/18 Radio Gallery: Heidi Jensen
Heidi Jensen comes to returns to UMD to share her journey from art student to Drawing professor

categories: Visual Arts

(04/12/2015) 4/12 Women's Words: Stephanie Pearson
Women's Words on April 12, 2015 featured Stephanie Pearson of Duluth reading an excerpt of her article "Sweden by the Sea," published recently in National Geographic Traveler.

categories: Books and Writing

(03/26/2015) 3/26 MN Reads: "North Country: The Making of Minnesota" by Mary Lethert Wingerd
Author Mary Lethert Wingerd gives us a tantalizing glimpse of what Minnesota might have been had the bi-cultural society of Europeans and Indians fostered by the fur trade been allowed to survive.

categories: Northland Morning Features | Books and Writing

(03/26/2015) 3/26 Forever Home: Chloe
Betsy Bode of Animal Allies introduces us to Chloe, Gimli and Jasper.

categories: Northland Morning Features

(03/25/2015) 3//25 Green Visions: Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank
Shaye Moris is the executive director of the Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank. She talks about their work keeping food out of the landfills and into hungry Northlanders.

categories: Northland Morning Features | Public Affairs | Environmental

(03/16/2015) 3/16 Ojibwe Stories - Gaganoonididaa: Learning Anishinaabe Ways
On this episode of Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa, Brian McInnes talks with Obizaan [Lee Staples], a spiritual advisor for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, and Chato Gonzalez about their apprenticeship model of passing on language and traditional ways, and the vital importance of preserving that knowledge for future generations.

categories: Performing Arts | Public Affairs