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Adventurer Eric Weicht paddles the Mississippi from Minnesota to Memphis

Adventurer Eric Weicht paddles the Mississippi from Minnesota to Memphis

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Eric Weicht is a former Cook County resident known for adventuring on bodies of water. He chats here with Will Moore about his most recent trip--canoeing down the Mississippi from northern Minnesota to Memphis through the month of November.

Like Nature, If It Had A Voice

Like Nature, If It Had A Voice

As a kid, he played piano. Then he played drums in a punk band, attended a prestigious jazz school and jammed in New York. So it’s little wonder that Javier Santiago’s new album is a genre-melding collaboration. KFAI’s Sophie Nikitas reports.

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Centerstage, Minnesota, September 14 , 2018

Centerstage, Minnesota, September 14 , 2018

Centerstage Minnesota features Minnesota artists in an eclectic mix of folk, rock, blues, jazz, and world music.

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28th Ig Nobel Prizes awarded at Harvard – science that makes you laugh, then think

28th Ig Nobel Prizes awarded at Harvard – science that makes you laugh, then think

The 28th Ig Nobel Prize ceremony took place on September 13 at Harvard University. The Ig Nobel Prizes honor scientific achievements that make people laugh, and then think. Marc Abrahams, the editor of the Annals of Improbable Research, joined Roadhouse host Julie to talk about this year’s winners.

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CRiusin the blues EP 87 John Lomax

CRiusin the blues EP 87 John Lomax

Join Mr Jack as he takes you on a musical journey with Blues artis John Lomax

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Author Grant Merritt on the history of protecting Minnesota’s environment

Author Grant Merritt on the history of protecting Minnesota’s environment

Grant Merritt, author of “Iron and Water: My Life Protecting Minnesota’s Environment” was recently in Grand Marais and gave a presentation at the library about his book.

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After Surviving An Internment Camp, She Made Minnesota Home

After Surviving An Internment Camp, She Made Minnesota Home

Like many Japanese-Americans of her generation, Sally Sudo was forced to live in an internment camp during World War II. After her brother studied at a military language school at Fort Snelling, her family moved to Minnesota. KFAI’s Joey Peters reports.

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WTIP visits with more of this year’s Unplugged performers

WTIP visits with more of this year’s Unplugged performers

Before this year’s unplugged at North House Folk School, performers Kevin Kling, Simone Perrin, Dan Chouinard, and Bradley Greenwald stopped by The Roadhouse. They chatted with hosts Ann and Dave and even played a song for us.

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Cruisin the Blues EP 86- The Heather NewmanBand

Cruisin the Blues EP 86- The Heather NewmanBand

Join Mr Jack as he takes you on a musical journey with Blues Musicians The Heather Newman Band.

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Cruisin the Blues EP 85- New Releases

Cruisin the Blues EP 85- New Releases

Join Mr Jack as he showcases 7 New Blues Album releases

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Cruisin the Blues EP 83 Too Slim & the Tailgators

Cruisin the Blues EP 83 Too Slim & the Tailgators

Join Mr Jack as he takes you on a journey with Blues musicians Too Slim & the Tailgators

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