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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.

Ep. 16: Winter Special

Ep. 16: Winter Special

It wouldn’t be a Minnesota podcast if we didn’t take you outside. It’s cold outside, baby, with rabid Minnesota Wild fans and anglers who won’t let a little ice get in their way. The MinneCulture crew bundles up and hits the ice to tell the unfrozen stories of the cold, bold North.

PLAY | 17:23
Minnesota Street Rod Association

Minnesota Street Rod Association

Grant Frashier visits the Minnesota Street Rod Association Fall Camp in Grand Rapids.

PLAY | 07:33
Past and Future Events

Past and Future Events

This week RCP looks at some big arts events that have or will be happening in the Twin Cities area.
Eau Claire Music Festival by Liv Riggins and Ben Halom 1:03 http://eauxclaires.com/
Trylon Cinema by Alex Schumacher 10:17 https://www.trylon.org/

PLAY | 23:27
Harvest Festival this Weekend in Bemidji

Harvest Festival this Weekend in Bemidji

Bonnie Lundorff owns and operates the Willow Wood Market just south of Bemidji. Willow Wood is a cozy quilt shop and wool studio that offers a variety of classes, supplies and materials for all things fiber art. In September, Bonnie hosts the annual Harvest Festival on the Willow Wood property. The Harvest Festival offers quilts, soups, desserts, soups arts, antiques and a whole lot more. Bonnie stopped by to tell us more what kinds of things people can expect this year. All proceeds from sales of wild rice soup at the festival will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Bemidji and four quilts will be donated to deserving veterans as part of the Quilts of Valor Foundation. The festival begins at 9am Saturday and can be found 4 miles south of Bemidji off US Highway 71, then 1/4 mile west on Hubbard County Road 9.

PLAY | 08:55
Shirley and Sharon Summer fun

Shirley and Sharon Summer fun

Shirley and Sharon talk about summer fun.

PLAY | 37:43
Joe Allen

Joe Allen

Shirley and Sharon Nordrum sit and chat with Joe Allen.

PLAY | 32:10
Rick Kaagagebik PT 2

Rick Kaagagebik PT 2

Shirley and Sharon Nordrum sit down and chat with Rick Kaagagebik.

PLAY | 35:10
Rick Kaagagebik PT 1

Rick Kaagagebik PT 1

Shirley and Sharon Nordrum sit down and chat with Rick Kaagagebik.

PLAY | 29:54
Terry LaDuke

Terry LaDuke

Shirley and Sharon sit down and chat with Terry LaDuke

PLAY | 28:38
Time traveling around Mother Superior

Time traveling around Mother Superior

Vicki Biggs-Anderson is a volunteer producer at WTIP North Shore Community Radio. Vicki lives on a 100-year-old homestead with a variety of farm animals, from guinea fowl to goats. Each week, she shares a bit about her life and the lessons she learns tending her north woods homestead and farm with Magnetic North.

PLAY | 07:48

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