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Season Watch and
What We're Reading.
Great Northern Radio Show
in Aurora was a great fun.
Thanks to everyone who attended
and listened to the show last
Saturday night. If you missed
the live show it will be
rebroadcast in the near future.
The next show is live from
Peqout Lakes on April 9th.
Recent interviews about
anxiety disorders can be
When Vance Gellert decided to
photograph the Iron Range, people
asked him why. In his traveling show
Sleeping Giant: The Iron Range of
Minnesota, Vance captures the
people, landscapes and culture of
the Mesabi. His show opens at the
Watermark tonight, and Vance stopped
by our studios for a preview.
Gellert's Sleeping Giant: The Iron
Range of Minnesota
Find more Area Voices
Phenology with John Latimer
You can see more photos on our
Join John Latimer
for the annual MN Phenology Network
Wolf Ridge this weekend
on Feb 12-14th. More details
Poets read their own work every
weekday at 7:40am and again at 11am.
It includes both established poets
and students as writers and readers.
You can listen to
the poem of the week
Snow Never Stops Falling by Gary
What We're Reading
interactive feature by Tammy Bobrowsky.
Share book reviews,suggestions and
feedback. Join the KAXE/KBXE
What We're Reading or on
Interview with YA fantasy author
Close to Home
Grant Frashier visits the Rail River
Folk School in Bemidji, Minnesota. A
historic building originally
purposed as a fruit warehouse for
foods coming off the railroad, it
now hosts classes, stores, offices,
and is a venue for plays and
River Folk School - Bemidji,MN
You can find more Close to Home
community arts project
led by John Bauer addressing the
aftermath of suicide.
Interviews with artists
are made possible by
the MN Arts and Cultural
Historian Don Boese
Don begins a new series on life and
John C. Greenway, early pioneer
Check here to hear and download
his segments and other history
segments about northern Minnesota.
Stories that Matter
editor, Marshall Helmberger reports
that water contaminated by runoff
from the now-abandoned Dunka mine
near Babbitt has levels of sulphates
and metals that exceed water quality
standards. You can find out more
Produced and hosted by volunteer and
retired wildlife biologist Jim
from the Center of Canada
Jim Gallagher shares an audio
postcard from a canoe trip he
took during the summer of 2015 in
the barren lands at the center of
Tune in Friday afternoons from 2 to 4pm and
again at 10pm with Tom
Sippola for an exploration of music
by Minnesota talent and ideas on
where to see live music! Tell us
about your favorite MN musician!
Do you want more info on a recent
show? Here is Tom's recent
Album of the Week
Help us help Harry Hutchins
Long time member and contributor to
Northern Community Radio, and forest
ecologist, Harry Hutchins needs new
kidney. If you need
more info or want to talk with
contact us! 800-662-5799.