Season 10 - "Off 90"

Episode 1013


The Unity Project put on by the Austin Library. We talk to writer Nicole Nfonoyim-Hara. We join the Yves Lambert Trio at the Paramount Theatre in Austin. We hear a poem by Shanda Brekke.


Episode 1012


The Governor’s Fishing Opener in Albert Lea, poet Shanda Brekke, painting the rink pink in Austin and Alash brings us a few more Tuvan tunes.


Episode 1011


Minnesota’s place in the Cold War, Rock Dell Creamery, the Carnegie Art Center in Mankato and Amy Dybing, a chalk artist.


Episode 1010


A photographer reflects on his community. Albert Lea's got talent! A visit with a leatherworker. And a band that sings Tuvan music!


Episode 1009


We take a look at a Rochester-based band, The Shift. We remember the “popcorn man” in Albert Lea. And we revisit a big news story from the past, about frogs.


Episode 1008


Photographer and art instructor Dawn Sanborn pays a visit to Strikers Corner in Stewartville. We talk to Paul Bennett, owner of Dwell Local. We learn about Kolam rice drawing. The Yves Lambert Trio performs an instrumental at the Paramount Theatre in Austin. 


Episode 1007


Rising basketball star Matthew Hurt, the Mayo High School Planetarium, Dancing for the Arts, Driven by Rhythm, and the Schuster Brewery. 


Episode 1006


The history of Winona's beer industry, artist Al Smith, a profile of Owatonna, Jack and Kitty, and a model railroad. 


Episode 1005


From Red Wing, Eugenie Anderson, America's first female ambassador. From Byron, Otto's Bakery and Coffee Shop. From Kasson, South Zumbro Lutheran Church, a 150 year old congregation. And The Dang Ol' Tri'ole sing "The Bad News Blues" in Austin. 


Episode 1004


We knit up a yarn for you from Oronoco! Ultra-realistic photographs from Rochester! We fetch a story from Blooming Prairie! And Music from the great white north - the Yves Lambert Trio.


Episode 1003


The restoration of century old theater drops in Winona. The Charles Gagnon Museum (sculptor) in Rochester. The artistic heritage of Lanesboro. The Dang Ol’ Tri’ole perform their song “Fire” at the Hormel Historic Home in Austin. A story about the first people to settle what is now called Rochester.  


Episode 1002


Take a spin down down the tracks in a motorized railcar. See vibrant colors dance across Lori Miller's easel. Watch two generations of violinists meet for the first time in Rochester. And the group Driven by Rhythm performs their song "Heaven".  


Episode 1001


The history of the Tilt-A-Whirl carnival ride in Faribault. The story behind the play "Three Hots and a Cot." Comedian Danny Browning in Rochester. Jack and Kitty play their song "Waiting at the End of the Line" at the Hormel Historic Home in Austin. And the history of the Conley Camera Company from Rochester.

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