Pat, who is going on 107 years old, says she was surprised that her difficulty breathing was caused by a heart problem, not her lungs.
The $7.7 million plan, funded through the federal CARES Act, will support those in the agricultural business, who are struggling due to market disruptions and need to purchase equipment and supplies necessary during the pandemic, according to state officials,
Today on Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo we learn how to say a prayer to Gichi-manidoo, the great spirit. Nana Boozhoo teaches us a prayer in Ojibwe that can be used to give thanks for the weather, the snow, this day, my life and more!
Bee Vang didn’t think anyone would be interested in his story—that of a Hmong refugee working in a Minnesota factory. But his daughter proved him wrong. Britt Aamodt looks at Kao Kalia Yang’s 2017 memoir The Song Poet.
Bernard Herrmann was famous—as a film composer. But by 1948, he only wanted to work on his opera, which he did in Minneapolis, the home of his soon-to-be second wife. Here’s Britt Aamodt with Bernard Herrmann’s Wuthering Heights.
Leeann Chin wanted to open a restaurant in 1980. But where was she going to get that kind of money? Carl Pohlad, future owner of the Twins, said he’d pitch in. And so would his friend, Sean Connery. Here’s Britt Aamodt with the story of the first Leeann Chin restaurant.
We’re going underground! Matthew Miltich reveals what’s hidden beneath Grand Rapids. Jeremiah Liend reports from the underground arts scene in Bemidji, and Judy Nelson tells the family secret she discovered by listening to Northern Community Radio. Subterranean blues and great music too!
In this extra special episode of Real College Podcast we invite our listeners to indulge their other senses and direct their “gaze” towards what one U of M student has been doing to regulate the spread of COVID on campus, a look into what has been going on behind the scenes at the Weisman Art Museum since the pandemic began, and an extra special instillation of Radio-K Sports!
-Maskupumn Interview-1:30-Emma Morris
-Weisman Art Museum-9:12-Casey McCabe
-Radio-K Sports Hour-21:05-Trask Angell & Grant Sandberg