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Comedian Mary Mack to hit stage in Grand Rapids, Bemidji

Mack, who describes herself as a hybrid of Minnesota and Wisconsin with a severe cheese dependency, has performed all over the country and on television, radio and podcasts as well as in animated programs on Fox and Hulu.

Mack joined the Area Voices program on KAXE Friday morning to discuss how she started in comedy, why the Northland provides so much fodder for her sets and her changing experiences as a woman over two decades in the industry.

Choose A Blizzard…… or 40 Below Wind Chill Factor?

Charlotte Helgeson, Director of the Campbell Public Library of East Grand Forks, MN answers that question and many more on the latest edition of Campbell Corner!

BHS Activities Director Kristen McRae

Today on Area Voices producer Katie Carter has a conversation with Bemidji High Schools activities director Kristen McRae. They talk about her work and about being a woman in this male dominated field. Kristen also talks about the 50th anniversary of Title IX and gender equality in activities and sports.

To the Stars

Stay Human looks to the stars this week, with stories of a newly recruited astronaut, a look deep into space with James Webb, and the Apollo 11 landing as seen from Outing Minnesota – an hour of story song on Stay Human

MN Reads: “Born in a Red Canoe” by Katharine Johnson

Minnesota Book Award finalist Katharine Johnson talks about her book “Born in a Red Canoe”

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women 218 chapter held their annual march Tuesday in Bemidji to show support and to raise awareness for the relatives and loved ones they have lost. Producer Katie Carter brings us some of the spoken words from friends and family of missing persons, and song from the many that attended.

EP220 Joe “Guitar” Hughes

A great Blues musician who deserves recognition for his contribution to the genre.

EP219 Katie Webster

A look back at the “Swamp Boogie Queen”

Myrtle Johnson Clark’s Memoirs of a Farm Girl

As time goes on, the younger generations forget what it’s like to live in moments of the past. Each of these moments in time are experienced and remembered by older generations that are still around today. On today’s Culture Clique, we take a look at book author, Myrtle Johnson Clark with her book, Memoirs of a Farm Girl which details an astonishing story about the author and her life experiences growing up in the upper mid-west during the Great Depression and how each moment helped shape her core values
Original air date: 02/09/2023

MN Reads: “As I Am” by Celeste Finn

Author and educator Celeste Finn talks about her new book “As I Am”

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