Brett Carter

Volunteer Coordinator

Brett Carter is the host of Centerstage Minnesota and volunteer coordinator at Northern Community Radio.  When not scheduling, training and coaching our team of over 100 volunteers, he is shining the spotlight on great Minnesota music.  He entertains his co-workers with his quirky sense of humor, unique socks and collection of multi-colored pens.  Brett lives in Bagley with his wife and beloved cats.  It is rumored he once spent $10,000 on his cats birthday ....

Ways to Connect

Amanda Lofthus joined John and Sarah to talk about breakfast, but since she hadn't had any, the conversation went every which way. From graduation to block parties, and from spring road tours to lettuce and cheese sandwiches, John and Sarah discovered how to make it through the day on little or no food.

Northern Community Board member Doug Baker joined Heidi and John on What's For Breakfast. He survived a mystery jar of preserves from France on toast with butter. He also had his daily orange juice while getting ready for coffee later. Doug and his wife were heading out for a good time at local sales, but they were happy to take time to talk about morning routines.

  Jonathan Edwards of Wayward stopped in the KBXE studios for a CenterStage Minnesota live interview. Jonathan’s been performing house concerts recently creating an opportunity to get to know fans and friends alike. Find out more about Wayward at waywardsongs.com where you can order music, see concert dates, and check out new songs for an upcoming album.

Despite reporting snow in Eveleth, Chris Irvin became a member in order to share his breakfast story with John and Heidi. Starting the day right, former chef Chris described his hot Italian sausage, cheese, peppers and onions as a great way to start the day with a cup of black coffee.

When you think of breakfast, the first thing that comes to mind might not be instant oatmeal, but that's what Amy Baasi of Cherry offered up when she joined Heidi and John for breakfast (since Rob forgot). Weekends are for real, yummy oatmeal, but instant makes an easier start to a busy day. Either way, it all starts with a handy red teapot.

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