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.
On this episode of Culture Clique we talk to Scot Simpson at the Winona History Center. Scot is a volunteer at the History Center and one of the most recent exhibits he has worked on is called Brewing Up The Past. The exhibit deals with the long standing history of brewing beer in Winona and the recent resurgence of local craft beers. Scot has a passion for both local history and local beer.
KQAL and Winona State University are proud to present, Over the Back Fence, a community variety show from the St. Mane theatre in Lanesboro MN. Locksmiths, blacksmiths & goldsmiths – oh my! FOLKS NAMED SMITH visit the St. Mane Theatre with songs like “People in Your Neighborhood” and “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough.” A preview of the upcoming History Alive pop-up plays are staged while Kay and David share some jokes. Musical guest Joel Ward is a veteran vocalist and guitarist based in Rochester, MN that specializes in original blues, folk and soul tunes. A sing along of “God Bless America” rounds out the show. We hope you enjoy this months presentation of Over The Back Fence.
The Weaving Waters Fiber Festival is a self guided fiber art studio tour through Staples, Wadena, Brainerd, Little Falls, and New York Mills, MN this weekend. Organizer Jenny Wilder spoke on the morning show about the event.
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.
Centerstage Minnesota features Minnesota artists in an eclectic mix of folk, rock, blues, jazz, and world music.
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.
Join Mr Jack as he takes you on a musical journey with Blues artis John Lomax
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.
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.
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.