In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks again with Minnesota State Auditor Julie Blaha.
In a time of COVID relief funds, budget surpluses, and record inflation, there have been increased calls by “thrifty Minnesotans” for more and more audits. What, however, is an audit, and what should it be used for? Today’s conversation also touches on the ways state money is spent on a local level and how the public can easily check up on the thousands of audits that already exist.
In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, the more things change, the more they stay the same as the iconic 80’s movie The Breakfast Club is “sort of” recreated by SCSU’s Theater & Film Studies Department.
“Mr. Sherman’s Acting 101 Class is Proud to Present The Breakfast Club (or Sort of)” took to the Center Stage at SCSU’s Performing Arts Center in December of 2021. Talking with Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack about the project is SCSU Theater Professor Jeffrey Bleam, SCSU Student Varrik Bruno, and DMR Production’s Dan Barth.
Did you know that Winona has many unique health practices? Today on Don’t Cha Know, Donna Kamann from Tincture of Thyme joins Doug and Bill to talk about the many different options that Winona offers when it comes to healthcare. In addition to Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, & Energy workers, we have an Acupuncturist, Clinical Herbalist/Family Practice Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Anesthetist, Holistic Nutritionist, Naturopathic Doctor, and Integrative Functional Health Physician. We even have a Therapeutic Sound studio where you can get a gong bath! Stick around as Doug and Bill learn about Winona’s unique healthcare options with Donna Kamann, today on Don’t Cha Know.
Original air date: 03/21/22.
Don’t Cha Know is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, the lights are starting to be turned on once again on the area’s theatrical stages, but after two years of pandemic related closures, who is left to take a bow? Apparently, there are lots of folks interested!
Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks today with Sean Donahue from Central Minnesota Theater about their innovative collaborative process that is bringing community theater back to central Minnesota. Currently, the CMNT has multiple projects in the works spanning the spectrum of taste from Jesus Christ Superstar all the way to Reefer Madness.