Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and life coach who provides a weekly feature on WTIP's North Shore Weekend titled "The Best of Ourselves," which explores how we can be resilient and creative in these turbulent times.
“All flesh is grass…” and “E=MCsquared” meet up on Stay Human, The Poetry of Science. Including northern Minnesota poets Leah Lemm, Aaron Wenger and Connie Wanek, we explore how these two sisters, poetry and science, help unlock the same mysteries.
Today on the Live Feed, we hear from musician Mae Simpson. Simpson’s genre-defying sound was on full display during her remote set for this year’s Midwest Music Fest. KQAL’s Bill Stoneberg sat down with Simpson to discuss her band’s unique dynamic and her new record, “Did You Make It Back?” Now, here’s Mae Simpson on the Live Feed, on 89.5 KQAL. Original air date: 05/27/20.
On this epsidoe of the Live Feed, we hear from Sister Species. Bill Stoneberg sat down with band members Emily Kastrul and Jake Baldwin to discuss their upcoming album Light Exchanges. The album, which comes out May 22nd, is a bold exploration of the septet’s Chamber Pop style.
Humbird live in the KQAL studio. Original air date: 05/15/20.
Tonight on the Live Feed, we bring you the experience, that is The Sweat Boys. This local groups music evokes feelings reminiscent of the John Hughes movies of the 80s. and their live show is something that has to be experienced to be believed. Tonight we hear some of the latest tunes from the group and get the inside scoop from Benny Sweat. Original air date: 05/13/20.
Sam Cassidy joins us in the studio to discuss and play some tunes from his 2019 album Running Blind. Original air date: 05/08/20.
Mid West Music Fest’s Jacob Grippon joins us for a special preview of artists playing the 2020 MWMF streaming event. Original air date: 05/06/20.
As is the case for too many buisnesses, events and venues have, Midwest Music Fest faced a tidal wave of challenges with the rise of COVID-19. The good news for music lovers – the show goes on. KQAL’s Bill Stoneberg sat down with organizers Abby Lee, Parker Forsell and Nate Nelson to discuss how the festival is adapting to the present circumstances and making sure they can provide that same experience the festival is so well known for. Now, here’s Bill Stoneberg with Midwest Music Fest, on the Live Feed. Original air date: 05/01/20.
We talk to the Minnesota DNR to find out the do’s and don’ts of social distancing at Minnesota State Parks during Covid 19. Original air date: 04/30/20.
Mid West Music Fest’s Jacob Grippon joins us for a special preview of artists playing the 2020 MWMF streaming event. Original air date: 04/29/20.