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Superior Reads – Jennifer Close

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In this edition of “Superior Reads”, Lin Salisbury talks with author Jennifer Close about her novel, “Marrying the Ketchups”.

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Minnesota Native News: Indigenous Owned, Makwa Coffee Opens in Twin Cities

State Representative and Leech Lake Band’s Jamie Becker Finn is expanding her community building focus as a coffee shop owner and entrepreneur. She speaks with Reporter Leah Lemm


Hands On A Hard Body – Beep Beep!

Kathy King of the Empire Arts Center of East Grand Forks-Grand Forks is directing “Hand On A Hard Body” and the performance will NOT be held at a usual venue, as in the Empire Arts Center!


Transformation

Tales of transformation, today on Stay Human. We’re crossing the threshold with storytellers Aaron Wenger, Matthew Miltich and Peter Pierson, and Michael Goldberg gets off the ground. Great music too, including Mozart, Coltrane and Willie Nelson.


Native Lights – Tadd Johnson’s Gift For Teaching and Advocating

Today we talk with retired professor, former tribal attorney and lecturer Tadd Johnson (Bois Forte Band of Chippewa). Tadd was recently appointed to the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents, where he is serving the 8th Congressional District and as the first Native person to be a part of the school’s governing body.


Counter Stories: Finding our Roots…? (Pt 2)

Where do we come from and why is that important? The crew talks about the want and need to, but also the barriers to, finding their roots. Once discovered (what we can), how can we preserve the story of our roots for future generations – not just so they know their history, but so they can embrace it?


“Rafferty’s Last Case” by Larry Millett

Larry Millett talks about his new book “Rafferty’s Last Case”


The EXTENDED Untold Story of True Crime in Minnesota with Frank Weber

In today’s EXTENDED Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with forensic psychologist and mystery author Frank F. Weber.

Weber has several novels that are based upon real Minnesota crime and are full of scientifically valid evidence practices and psychological criminal analysis. You can see Frank F. Weber on Thursday, August 11, at the Bad Habit Brewery in St. Joseph where he will sign book, give a talk on forensic psychology, and demonstrate how a polygraph test works . . . with audience participation!

The program was made possible through support from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.


The Untold Story of True Crime in Minnesota with Frank F. Weber

In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with forensic psychologist and mystery author Frank Weber. Weber has several novels that are based upon real Minnesota crime and are full of scientifically valid evidence practices and psychological criminal analysis. You can see Frank Weber on Thursday, August 11, at the Bad Habit Brewery in St. Joseph where he will sign book, give a talk on forensic psychology, and demonstrate how a polygraph test works . . . with audience participation!
This program was made possible through support from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.


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