Eric Weicht is a former Cook County resident known for adventuring on bodies of water. He chats here with Will Moore about his most recent trip--canoeing down the Mississippi from northern Minnesota to Memphis through the month of November.
It’s gaining popularity as a new way to work all over the world but what exactly is coworking and how does it, well, work? On this episode of Culture Clique we find out as we talk to Samantha Strand, Executive Director of The Garage Cowork Space here in Winona, MN. Samantha explains for us what coworking is and discusses why it’s becoming so popular. Original air date: 04/25/19.
Throughout history, many married couples have taken to instruments and made music together. This unique dynamic has produced such impressive acts as Fleetwood Mac, Jay-Z/Beyonce and Tom Tom Club. Folk-rock duo Steve and Kim Wolff exemplify how collaborating with a spouse can produce extraordinary music. Their eclectic sound encompasses aspects of rock, country, folk and bluegrass. Steve and Kim discussed their influences, style and sound, on this episode of The Live Feed. Original air date: 04/24/19.
On this episode of Art Beat we talk dance with Jenna Grochow and Hannah Ose, directors of the new WSU dance production Offbeat. Jenna and Hannah talk about the responsibility of directing a show like Offbeat and what we might expect to see at the show. Original air date: 04/23/19.
The Live Feed presents, Over The Back Fence. Take Me Out to the Ball Game” is the theme of this months “Over the Back Fence” Community Variety Show presented by Lanesboro Arts at the historic St. Mane Theatre in downtown Lanesboro. The song “Centerfield,” a sketch about the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League by Amanda Pyfferoen, and a performance of Abbott and Costello’s most famous comedy routine will each be part of a grand slam evening that also includes jokes, stories, and sing-alongs. Original air date: 04/17/19.
Today on Art Beat we are with Blake and Jennifer to talk about the film Voices of the Winona Armory, which was one of the films shown at Frozen River Film Festival. We discuss the content of the film, who helped make it, and about the Historical Society. Original air date: 04/16/19.
Courtney Burton’ Court’s In Session hosts a big event coming to A440 studios in New Hope next Saturday night. It’s not only a concert but a video and audio recording session. When Courtney got together with Phil Nusbaum, they talked about the somewhat obscure sung introductions to classic songs that jazz fans really enjoy.
Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! Lots of variety on this show include new artists, Pat Hager and Shame Shame. And we cross the border to hear PeatMoss & the Spreaders. And did you know that Budweiser is dedicating a special brew this summer to the Apollo 11 moon landing? All on MHB!