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Grand Portage CACHE Project: The Maple Harvest

Grand Portage CACHE Project: The Maple Harvest

PLAY | 10:00

The Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has created the CACHE Project, which stands for “Community Agriculture through Culture, Health, and Education.”

Grand Portage CACHE Project: The Maple Harvest

Grand Portage CACHE Project: The Maple Harvest

The Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has created the CACHE Project, which stands for “Community Agriculture through Culture, Health, and Education.”

PLAY | 10:00
Historic Cook County: The demise of a trapper along the Gunflint Narrows

Historic Cook County: The demise of a trapper along the Gunflint Narrows

There are many stories from the early days of northeast Minnesota, and it’s the mission of the Cook County Historical Society to document and record these glimpses of our past. Here’s an excerpt from a 2008 oral history by LeRoy Creech. Creech recalls a story he’d been told by Pat “Paddy” Bayle about finding the body of a 1900s fur trapper along the Gunflint Narrows.

PLAY | 05:48
Eisner’s Klezmorim Plays Music of Jewish Celebrations at the Wentworth Library in West Saint Paul

Eisner’s Klezmorim Plays Music of Jewish Celebrations at the Wentworth Library in West Saint Paul

Next, we meet klezmer band leader Judith Eisner. The band plays at 1pm at the Wentworth Library in West Saint Paul. Klezmer music is an expression of Jewish people whose heritage is Europe. But what does the word Klezmer mean? That’s what Phil Nusbaum asked Judith when they were talking.

PLAY | 08:00
student 1

student 1

Student 1, a local hip-hop artist and beacon of light in the Twin Cities music scene, dropped by Studio K to play some songs for us and kick out the jams!

PLAY | 11:22
Scott Lowery

Scott Lowery

Poet Scott Lowery shares his poem “Calling the Border” on this segment of Wordish.

PLAY | 03:16
Live and Local: Actual Wolf, Dawn and Hawkes, Great Northern Radio Show

Live and Local: Actual Wolf, Dawn and Hawkes, Great Northern Radio Show

On our Live and Local program you will hear music and interviews from musicians in our area. Actual Wolf plays in our KAXE studio and visits with Heidi Holtan and Scott Hall. Dawn and Hawkes join Kari Hedlund to chat and entertain our listeners. We hear music from the Great Northern Radio show featuring Tea Renee, Sawyer & Leah Corcoran and Cage Jambor.

PLAY | 59:19

Behind the Scenes with MN Musicians: Off-Mic and On-Camera – featuring Purple Funk Metropolis

Honestly Tho…

Honestly Tho…

“Honestly tho…,”an exhibition about the revolutionary nature of vulnerability,” opens this Friday, April 12 at Prøve Gallery in Duluth. This is a collective show, celebrating the power of intimacy, pleasure and physical body autonomy.

PLAY | 05:08
Happy National Poetry Month

Happy National Poetry Month

Poetry as an art form predates written text. It was vocal performance art, at first. The use of repetition and rhythm and rhyme made it easier to recall and retell these story-poems, and some of them are quite long. Hear more about poetry from producer Steve Downing.

PLAY | 04:41
Knuckles

Knuckles

Steve Downing uses knuckles and Darwinism to convince us that we are closing in on a time when women will be the undisputed leaders, in governance, in commerce and culture and in saving the planet.

PLAY | 04:42

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