Stories of Dream Come True today on Stay Human. Matthew Miltich gets the keys to the Galaxy. Christine Jenkins finally gets straight hair, Sarah Baker gets on stage with The Supremes, and my son tells me about finding his father. Anything is possible on Stay Human.
arcie Rendon is tribal citizen of the White Earth Nation, whose work focuses on the lives of Native people. Based in Minneapolis, Rendon’s career spans several decades and her writing cross-cuts several different literary forms including novels, plays, and poetry. In 2020, she became the first Native American woman to receive the McKnight Distinguished Artist Award. This audio profile was produced for KFAI’s MinneCulture by Dixie Treichel.
Jackson Duin, a high school student in Edina, Minnesota has been getting noticed in the past few years for his talented eye. Recently he has branched out into a curatorial realm for an exhibition at ArtReach St. Croix. Story produced by Sheila Regan.
This week on Minnesota Music notes Brett Carter features Duluth musician and public speaker Gaelynn Lea. Lea was born with a genetic condition that causes complications in the development of bones and limbs. She travels to speak on the obstacles facing people with disabilities and accessibility in the music industry. During the pandemic, Lea began producing a weekly show on YouTube which resulted in an album, The Living Room Sessions, featuring songs recorded in her apartment.
In this episode of Real College Podcast we will be bringing you some treasures from the vault, alongside some brand new content! Come along with us and discover how pets can help us cope with stress, take a dive into education reform, understand why you may be jealous of your vaccinated friends, uncover what it is like to be pregnant behind bars, learn about the origins of street art, and sit down with the local band Sapphire to discuss their music!
1:27-Pets and Stress Management-Kasey Salazar
8:05-School Reform-Casey McCabe
22:13-Vaccine Jealousy-Shannon Brault
29:19-Incarcerated Pregnancy-Petra Holtze
38:11-Street Art-Ethan Olson
42:36-Band Interview: Sapphire-Emma Morris
Today on Culture Clique we are in the studio with Inga Witscher to discuss her upcoming cooking demonstration this Saturday that is being hosted by the Winona Public Library. We talked about what it’s like being a dairy farmer, how it is to host her show Around the Farm Table, and what she will be making during the demonstration. This is KJ with Inga Witscher on Culture Clique.
Original air date: 03/25/21.
Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
The fabric of Lance Heddan’s life is woven with threads of curiosity, creativity, connection, and soul… He’s a painter, a glass artist, and a musician who plays saxophones, clarinet, trumpet and flutes. Meet Lance and learn how renaissance festivals influenced and inspired his life in this Area Voices segment.
The murder of six Asian women in Georgia, on top of three murder-suicides, on top of vicious attacks on Asian elders, on top of a global pandemic is exhausting. On this week’s special episode of Counter Stories, four Asian women talk about healing and moving forward. Guests: Jennifer Nguyen-Moore, Linda Her, Megan Boyle