Season 11 - "Off 90"

Episode 1108


Mike Denny, owner of Good Wolf Bowls in Byron, how restaurants are dealing with the coronavirus in Rochester, photographer Julie Bronson from Glenville, and a couple songs from John Paulson and the John Paulson Big Band.


Episode 1107


The story of how a poor farm became an artist's studio near Mankato.Scandinavian gifts from the Uffda Shop in Red Wing. Upcycled furniture store, Whimsy and Weathered in Mankato. The Lanesboro sesquicentennial.

Episode 1106


We have a discussion with jazz virtuoso John Paulson. Andrew Hellmund, an abstract sculptor who works with found metal. Diamond Dust Bakery, a bakery and coffee shop from St. Peter that specializes in custom cupcakes. We attend a beauty pageant in Albert Lea for trucks called the Shell Rotella Super Rigs Competition and we check out the Dammen Adventure Race at the Hormel Nature Center in Austin.


Episode 1105


The sights, sounds, and smells of Kolacky Days in Montgomery. Artist Frederick Somers from Northfield whose oil and pastel paintings offer a sublime view of nature. The tenacity of Solsta Records, a small record shop in Minneapolis. We were adrift on the waves of a sonic sea… with the band Drift at Poor Farm Studios by Mankato.

Episode 1104


Some stars from Vaudeville and silent film shine in Winona, glass blower (and some would say performer) Peter Waldman from Austin (and New York), middle school student and documentarian Teagon Koehler, and Minnesota’s biggest candy store.

Episode 1103


 A look at the lives of pioneer women in Historic Forestville, a dredging project in Albert Lea, a magazine for pet lovers, artist Brea Gilchrist of Rochester, and Pheasant Hunting Opener with Governor Walz in Austin.

Episode 1102


 A history of treaties that shaped Minnesota, we talk to author Brad Zellar originally from Austin, machines that make music in Albert Lea, and the town of Fountain celebrates 150 years of existence.

Episode 1101

The story of Coya Knutson, the first woman elected to Congress from Minnesota; the mission of Albert Lea Civic Music; Brian Frink, an artist living on a poor farm by Mankato, and Rochester pencil collector Bill Bean.

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