Grant Frashier travels to the Edge Center for the Arts in Big Fork to see the exhibit "First They Cut Your Hair: Remembering Indian Boarding Schools".
Mr Jack takes you on a musical journey with Blues musician Ana Popovic
Mr Jack takes you on a musical journey with Blues musician Colin James
Mr Jack takes you on a musical journey with Blues musician Amanda Fish
Host Grant Frashier talks with seniors Liberty Blaine, Megan Denny, Mera Beighley, Brianna Scherping and Emily Wochnick minutes before the last home game of their high school careers. We look back and also forward to this Saturdays Sectional Tournament game.
Welcome to DCK, what we do on this program is let you know about interesting and fun things to do around town, and today we are joined by some special guests. Hanna McDaniel and Sam Totsky are with us to talk about some grocery store tours they are giving at HyVee here in Winona. Hanna and Sam are dietetics students that will give you some great tips on healthy eating and how to shop for healthier foods. Original air date: 02/11/19.
Donna Johnson, Executive Director of the Minnesota Discovery Center in Chisholm, is taking a unique approach to their gift shop with a call for local artists and crafts people. Host Grant Frashier attended a recent meeting at the Iron Range Makerspace to learn about this opportunity.
In the first Untold Story of Central Minnesota of 2019, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack visits with Professor Deborah Leigh about the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast and Day of Service on Monday, January 21st beginning at 8:00 AM.
Now in its sixth year with over 20 local sponsors, the MLK Breakfast will feature a keynote address from bestselling author and award-winning journalist Wil Haygood, a biographer of numerous change-making African-Americans including Eugene Allen, the real-life inspiration for the film The Butler.
It’s more than just breakfast, however, as there will also be a variety of service opportunities and community networking opportunities. This annual event has grown so large that the organizers have had to move it off campus to the River’s Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud. It remains free and open to the public, but registration is required. You can find links to that on our website at KVSC.org under the area events tab.
Grant Frashier travels to Hibbing to visit The Borealis Art Guild and talk with director Shane Tromontin.
Today on Don’t Cha Know we have a couple of special guests, Jennifer Holden, the Winona Hy-Vee dietician and her intern Jocelyn Smith. With Christmas right around the corner, Jennifer and Jocelyn give us some tips on healthy holiday eating. We talk about appetizers, sweets and how to not overeat during the holiday meal. We also learn what role alcohol might play in gaining those extra holiday pounds.