Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities

18 Unique Stations from Border to Border

Minnesota Arts, Culture and History programs created from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund

Ccccccccold Campbell!

Charlotte Helgeson, Director of the Campbell Public Library of East Grand Forks, MN, warms things up on a COLD winter day with HOT news on Campbell activities and services!


Wind & snow

Chel Anderson is a botanist and plant ecologist and she joins us periodically to report on what she’s seeing in our woods and waters right now.


Bobcats

Chel Anderson is a botanist and plant ecologist and she joins us periodically to report on what she’s seeing in our woods and waters right now.


Record snowfall & subnivean

Chel Anderson is a botanist and plant ecologist and she joins us periodically to report on what she’s seeing in our woods and waters right now.


Magpies

Chel Anderson is a botanist and plant ecologist and she joins us periodically to report on what she’s seeing in our woods and waters right now


Centerstage Minnesota, December 2, 2022

Centerstage Minnesota featuring an interview with McKeon Hugh Roberts and other Minnesota artists in an eclectic mix of folk, rock, blues, jazz, and world music including Ondara, Tea & Sympathy, Chastity Brown, Tall Paul and more.


Mosaics Say So Much!

Artist Elizabeth Rockstad of Ada, MN wants to share her experiences and expertise in creating stunning mosaics…. and she is through the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council!


Tracy Kampa Recommends Children’s Books

Grand Rapids Area Library Children’s Librarian Tracy Kampa gives us the scoop on new and noteworthy children’s books for What We’re Reading. Today’s books feature superheroes, zombies, singing organs, unidentified flying objects, fairy tales and more! Tracy reviews 5 new children’s books you’ll definitely want to check out.

Song in the City, by Daniel Bernstrom (MN writer)
Digestion! The Musical, by Adam Rex
Leon the Extraordinary, by Jamar Nicholas
Crash From Outer Space, by Candice Fleming
Windswept, by Margi Preus (MN writer, Duluth)


Spells of Revelation: Music, Poetry, Wisdom

Aaron Tank’s new album Spells of Revelation is a vibe of melodic inspiration and wisdom gleaned from decades of seeking, introspection, inspiration, growth, and meaningful connections – with himself, others, and the greater unknown. The first track, ‘Offer Up A Dove’, invites a listener into a mesmerizing, folky, mystical, musical experience threaded wisdom, wonder, and poetic contemplations on being.


The Devil You Know

What the devil? That’s the question asked this week on Stay Human, with stories from friends and neighbors about temptation, confession and how to recognize the devil when he comes knocking on your door. We’re playing with fire this week, great music too, on Stay Human.


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McKnight FoundationPohlad family foundationThe Minneapolis FoundationSaint Paul & Minnesota Foundation