Cohost Anthony Galloway recently traveled to Israel and Palestine with a group of religious leaders, artists and educators. Duluth-based Indigenous artist Moira Villiard, who was among the group, joins the crew this week. They share their experience with the complex political issues in the area, what surprised them most, and what they took away from the trip. Guests: Moira Villiard
In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with Nicki Hangsleben and Mandy Rubink from QUEERSPACE collective, a non-profit dedicated to providing LGBTQ+ youth with safe and insightful guidance through mentorships. Originally founded in the Twin Cities two years ago, the QUEERSPACE collective will be marking their St. Cloud area arrival on Friday, March 31, with an event at Jupiter Moon Ice Cream in St. Joseph where folks can learn more about their community building activities.
1986 – National Geographic photographer from Minnesota, Jim Brandenburg wanted to see wolves returned to Yellowstone National Park. Farmers weren’t so sure. But what if Brandenburg could raise money to compensate farmers in the event wolves did attack their livestock? Here’s Britt Aamodt.
2011 – The all-girl Minneapolis punk band Sick of Sarah had a present for users of BitTorrent, the file-sharing site. Beginning that February, anybody with the application would get the group’s new album for free. But would this drive more fans to their concerts? Here’s Britt Aamodt.
January 2020 – James Hong was a Minnesota-born actor who’d started acting in the 1950s. He had hundreds of film and TV credits. But this new film he’d been offered, Everything Everywhere All at Once, felt like the multiverse adventure romp he’d been waiting for all his life. Here’s Britt Aamodt.