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Leading Lady: Julie Kaiser Talks Zelda Fitzgerald and The Last Flapper

Leading Lady: Julie Kaiser Talks Zelda Fitzgerald and The Last Flapper

PLAY | 14:19

The Last Flapper is a one-woman play co-produced by Visions Theatre and Long Lake Theater that retrospects the life of Zelda Fitzgerald. Wife of author F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Last Flapper shines a spotlight on Zelda's personal experiences of creative genius, repression and passionate pursuit of life.

Summer Theater Extravaganza in NW Minnesota!

Summer Theater Extravaganza in NW Minnesota!

Jane Anderson of Thief River Falls, MN is the Executive Director of the Thief River Falls Area Community Theater (TRFACT) and she discusses the blockbuster summer season of performances by the TRFACT; to include “Death of a Salesman”, “Cabaret”, “The Jungle Book for Kids” and “The Music Man!”

PLAY | 07:52
Alex Schumacher

Alex Schumacher

Remembering the work of host Alex Shumacher, who is graduating this month.

PLAY | 30:07
Roller Derby, Grand Rapids, MN

Roller Derby, Grand Rapids, MN

The Iron Range Maidens, the Grand Rapids Roller Derby team, is preparing for their season opening bout on May 18. On Close to Home Grant Frashier talks with both current and former team members about roller derby.

PLAY | 10:19
Hearing from our Honor Flight veterans

Hearing from our Honor Flight veterans

The Northland Honor Flight, carrying about 180 veterans from World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War, traveled from Duluth to Washington, D.C. and back on Saturday, May 4.

Part 1:   PLAY |08:49
Part 2:   PLAY |10:38
Part 3:   PLAY |12:08
Part 4:   PLAY |06:52
Self IMPROVment , Grand Rapids, MN

Self IMPROVment , Grand Rapids, MN

A new improv comedy group has started in Grand Rapids. Grant Frashier talks with Jessi Siiter of Self IMPROVment.

PLAY | 07:35
What We’re Reading, May 13, 2019

What We’re Reading, May 13, 2019

We’ll hear from Bev Thomas, her new book is a thriller, “A Good Enough Mother”.. Pauli Meinecke from Harmony Natural Foods Coop in Bemidji will give us her review and we’ll sample some recipes from Robin Asbell’s new cookbook: Vegan Meal Prep: A 5-Week Plan with 125 Ready-To-Go Recipes…
Journalist and beekeeper Meredith May just published her memoir drawing on the lessons she’s learned from beekeeping with her grandfather, “The Honey Bus: A memoir of loss, courage and a girl saved by bees.” Researcher Thomas Lockley will talk about a mythic japanese legend, “African Samurai : The True Story of Yasuke, a Legendary Black Warrior in Feudal Japan.” And we’ll hear from internationally bestselling author Alyson Richman on her new book a heartwarming story of a teacher and a student, “The Secret of Clouds.”

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Queer History

Queer History

On this episode of Real College Podcast we take a look pieces of Minnesota’s rich queer history

1:16 Queer Literature by Nathan Fervoy
10:54 Finding Bare Ass Beach by Alex Schumacher
18:23 Radio Gay by Lizzie Richie

PLAY | 24:52
Earth Day Everyday

Earth Day Everyday

On this episode of Real College Podcast we look at ways everyone can be kinder to planet.

1:12 Earth Day History by Hannah Dove
7:57 Food Recovery by Liv Riggins
14:34 Reusing Textiles by Ben Halom

PLAY | 21:19
Murder Most Foul

Murder Most Foul

On this episode of Real College podcast the team sort of dips their toes into the world of true crime by exploring murder in different forms.

1:19 Smily Face Killer by Lizzie Richie
8:24 Murder Most Fowl by Ben Halom
15:26 The Vikings by Grant Sandberg and Trask Angell

PLAY | 21:38
Love is in the Air

Love is in the Air

With the days getting warmer and sunnier Real College Podcast looks into love.
1:14 Couples Research by Nathan Fervoy
10:44 Reptile Breeding by Ben Halom
19:17 Breakup Stories by Liv Riggins
23:13 Mama Mia by Casey McCabe

PLAY | 28:44

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