In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack heads over to the Promise Neighborhood in St. Cloud once again for the “Jump In” resource fair that happened just recently.
With a myriad of community organizations setting up shop for an afternoon of outreach, this socially distanced, family friendly event promoted opportunities for engagement, health, and fun. Participating organizations included the Tri County Action Program, the League of Women Voters, Too Much Talent, the Ann Bancroft Foundation, the Great River Children’s Museum, Heidi Jeub, CentraCare, the Planters NUTmobile, and much more!
In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with Maureen Gaedy from the Homefront Resource Center.
A volunteer driven organization, Homefront provides veterans with numerous avenues to both receive and provide help as they transition back into civilian life. They have also just announced six different recognition awards for individual veterans and organizations that have made a profound difference in the community.
Ian Alexy makes up half of the Minnesota musical group Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank along with his brother Teague, and since the COVID-19 pandemic began, he’s had a little time on his hands.
Luckily, over the past couple decades of performing, he’s collected quite a bit of video footage of his performances, and he’s now compiling that footage into a documentary called Making It Shine.
In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with Ian about the documentary, which shares its name with his new album, as it relates to our current situation and the concerns that we all share during a possible resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.
These three musicians changed the public’s view of the Blues.