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.
Glen Braget and co-host Michael McCurdy catch up with former Minnesota pro wrestler Mr. Outrageous Al Burke. Al shares memories of breaking in the pro wrestling business in Minnesota, working WWF t.v. tapings in the late 80s/early 90s, hooking up with Herb Abrams UWF in the early 90s and later finding work as a Hollywood stuntman and actor. It’s another memorable interview on Rasslin Memories.
Glen Braget chats with former pro wrestler Todd Becker, originally from Alexandria, MN, about his years in the business working for the AWA, WWF Herb Abrams’ UWF and other Midwest Indies. Todd shares his memories of being involved in the AWA Team Challenge Series, working WWF tv tapings, and the now infamous 1993 UWF Rampage show in Minot, North Dakota for a very animated Herb Abrams.
Glen Braget welcomes former AWA announcer, “The Voice of Minnesota Pro Wrestling”, Mick Karch back to the program to reminisce about working for the AWA in 1987 and preview the upcoming Steel Domain Wrestling show happening November 18 in Richfield. Mick shares stories of working for Verne Gagne, the ESPN Las Vegas Showboat tapings, and some of the stars who were still a part of a promotion that was dealing with the nationwide expansion of the World Wrestling Federation. Hear from the man who allegedly cost Verne Gagne “Millions”
George Schire and Glen Braget look back on the life and career of the late Stan Kowalski as well as review the recent ESPN 30 for 30 featuring Ric Flair.
Glen Braget welcomes Polish Joe Ciupik to the program to share more AWA memories as well as inform the listeners about www.classicwrestling.com, how it came about and what’s currently on the site for viewing. Polish Joe worked behind the scenes at the American Wrestling Association from the mid 80s all the way up to the promotions demise in the early 90s. Joe is never at a loss for Classic Wrestling memories
The Hamlin Church Dining Hall predates many of the most treasured attractions of the Minnesota State Fair. Former State Representative Mindy Greiling has been working at the dining hall for years. She stopped by to talk history and food with Pioneer 90.1.
In this episode, RCP takes a look at the scarier side of Halloween.
1:14 Childhood Stories by Moray Swanson
4:34 Craigslist Ghost Stories by Hannah Dove
13:07 After Death by Casey McCabe
15:22 Halloween Radioplay
Bemidji hosted its first Story Slam Thursday, November 1st.
On this episode of Art Beat Willard Huyck goes to the Watkins Gallery on the campus of Winona State University for the exhibit “They Will Show You: Two Spirit Artists”. The exhibit features Native North American artists that identify as “two spirit”. Two Spirit is a fluid gender identity describing those whose bodies house both masculine and feminine spirit. Willard got to sit down with artists Raven John and Ryan Young as well as curator of the exhibit Emma Tomb. Original Air Date: 10/30/18
Jane reveals production choices for the upcoming TRFACT season and her role in producing a monthly radio readers’ theater production on KSRQ-FM (Pioneer 90.1).