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 Northwest Indian Community Development Center in Bemidji provides a wide range of stabilizing supports for the region’s native community. Housing and parenting resources, employment counseling and trainings, youth programming, educational assistance, cultural experiences and community events are all part of the holistic approach to wellness steeped in Ojibwe culture.
In this Area Voices, Executive Director Martin Jennings, Family Services Lead Jennifer Greenleaf, and Youth Programming Assistant Sedrick Hindsley discuss the ways NWIDCD creates pathways for native people. They also discuss a community event The Round Dance happening Friday night at the Bemidji Armory from 4-10pm.
In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with SCSU alumna and author Candace Cahill about loss, family, and love through the experience of adoption. Cahill’s new memoir Goodbye Again recounts her journey of placing her son up for adoption when she was young and then reuniting with him decades later, only to lose him again suddenly.
Candace Cahill now lives in Alaska but still partners with the St. Cloud State University Department of Social Work.
This program is made possible through support from the MN Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.