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Granite City Radio Theater Season 10 Episode 2 with Special Musical Guests George Maurer and Judi Vinar

On Wednesday, December 15th, 2021, the weather outside the Pioneer Place on Fifth Theater was frightful, but the jolly inside was delightful as the Granite City Radio Theater Season 10 Episode 2 put a fresh layer of happy onto the holidays! Special Musical Guests jazz pianist George Maurer and vocalist Judi Vinar joined house band Collective Unconscious for some amazing new original compositions. Things got stranger and stranger for the Shade’s Brigade crew. Wild Scholastica brought us a greater understanding of the plight of the “Snow Day.” Our average, everyday Central Minnesotaricans may or may not have passed The Marshmallow Test. And, of course, SuccessCo showed us the underlying humor to be found within predatory capitalism. Plus, Heidi Jeub defends her title in Dan Barth’s Trivia Challenge! Please tune in to our next episode of the Granite City Radio Theater on Wednesday, March 23rd with special musical guest Shannon Curfman! This program was made possible through support from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.


Holidays 2021 Retrospective

In this episode of Real College Podcast we take a dive into the festive traditions of our international students, explore the theatrical transformation of one holiday film classic, discover the popular holiday performance that is the nutcracker, experience festive poetry, and jump into the new year with new perspectives and appreciation for life and its imperfections… plus an extra special surprise!
1:12-International Holiday Traditions-Max Killeen,
9:18-Elf The Musical-Casey McCabe,
17:50-The Evolution of The Nutcracker-Isaac Maruyama,
26:25-Holiday Poem-Henry Ulrich,
29:48-The New Year-Quinn Mcclurg
Quinn’s Gift: A Very RCP New Year- https://tinyurl.com/veryrcpnewyearplaylist

Honoring Our Elders: Clyde Bellecourt

Our community lost a giant recently with the passing of Clyde Bellecourt, a co-founder of the American Indian Movement. The crew takes a look back at AIM’s early days and where they are now. We pay tribute to Clyde’s legacy through the people he inspired in the movement for justice.

That Golden Girls Show: Coming to the Reif 1/18/22

A Golden Girls puppet parody keeps the fun and friendships alive!

Centerstage Minnesota, January 14, 2022

Centerstage Minnesota features Minnesota artists in an eclectic mix of folk, rock, blues, jazz, and world music including Wayward, Idle Hands, The Cactus Blossoms, Ron Arsenault, Jose James, Lydia Liza and more.

Career Day

What do you want to be, when you grow up? It’ s Career Day today on Stay Human – Terry O’Brien starts a new old career, Scott Stowell plans for the championship, and a story from Robert Jevne about what’s followed him through all his jobs. It’s not too late to grow up, if that’s what it takes to Stay Human.


Having a reflective practice is not the same as becoming more self aware. How do we increase our ability to observe ourselves.


We have more power than we usually tap to create our dreams, paraphrasing George Eliot, to become what we might have been.


Many of us experience stress during the holidays. In this special episode we explore what helps us be resilient when stress shows up.

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McKnight FoundationPohlad family foundationThe Minneapolis FoundationSaint Paul & Minnesota Foundation