Listen to our session with this multi-instrumentalist roots musician and his band from August 22, 2014. Huber spent six years in Milwaukee a "streetgrass" group, the .357 String Band, before going solo and putting out three albums of his own.
(08/29/2014)8/29 Craft beer industry exploding in Minnesota - and the Twin Ports Jamie MacFarlane owns the Castle Danger Brewery in Two Harbors. She talks about the growth in the industry and why there's always more room for craft brewers.
(08/21/2014)8/20 Radio Gallery: Andrea Martin Andrea Martin of St. Paul joins Radio Gallery to share her passion for the paper arts. Martin recently showed some of her paper-cuts in the Women’s Art Resources of Minnesota show "WARM Small Works" at the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley.
(08/28/2014)MN Reads: "Harriman V Hill: Wall Street's Great Railroad War" by Larry Haeg Author Larry Haeg talks about his book, "Harriman V Hill: Wall Street's Great Railroad War", a fascinating account of early Wall Street in America, and the surprising parallels to modern times.
(08/27/2014)8/27 Green Visions: Amity Creek restoration project The Amity Creek restoration project is nearing completion. Flooding in 2012 eroded the banks of the creek, endangering habitat for fish and wildlife.
(08/18/2014)8/18 Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa - Francis Pegahmagabow On this episode of Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa, UMD professor Brian McInnes talks with host Erik Redix about his latest book project, Between the Lines: The Stories of Francis Pegahmagabow, a biography of his great-grandfather, an Ojibwe man many-times decorated as a WWI soldier.