Listen to our session with this local band, formerly known as Diet Folk, from July 16, 2014. Clark recently released a self-titled album that he recorded in Nashville. We get to hear a few songs and learn about their new album.
(07/24/2014)7/24 Lieut. Chad Nagorski, Duluth Police Dept Duluth Police Lieutenant Chad Nagorski talks about the department's use of social networking through a partnership with NextDoor.com, a site that helps neighbors communicate and come closer to create a safer place to live. This new tool will allow police to resolve neighborhood disputes as well as get tips from people who may have witnessed a crime.
(07/20/2014)7/20 Women's Words: Kathleen Jesme Women's Words on July 20, 2014 featured Minnesota poet Kathleen Jesme reading three poems, "I Didn't Go Back for a Long Time," "Gravity," and "Then It Was Another Season," from her poetry collection, Albedo, published by Ahsahta Press.
(07/24/2014)7/24 MN Reads: Smitten with Squash We talked with author Amanda Paa about her book, Smitten with Squash, the fourth book her Northern Plate series. For more information on Smitten with Squash visit www.mnhs.org.
(07/24/2014)7/24 Forever Home - Windsor Faye Peters of Contented Critters in Makinen introduces us to Windsor, a large but gentle 4 year-old Chocolate Lab/Great Dane mix, who is housebroken, loves children, and is looking for his forever home.
(07/23/2014)7/23 Green Visions: Local convenience story plans to provide new greener fuel Joel Hirschboek is Swik Trip's Superintendent of Commercial Alternative Fuels. He talked to us about compressed natural gas (CNG). It's cheaper, produces less emissions, and doesn't come from fracking.
(07/21/2014)7/21 Ojibwe Stories - Gaganoonididaa: Growing up in the Mille Lacs Band Community On this episode of Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa, Larry Amik Smallwood talks with host Erik Redix about growing up in the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe in the 1950s and 1960s, then his journey away from, and eventually back to the region.