Recorded mostly before the pandemic, Minneapolis songwriter Sarah Streitz released a new album, Cut Flowers, on October 9th. Hear her thoughts on the album and more from her interview on CenterStage Minnesota recently. Find her album on social media and streaming services, and hear more Minnesota music Fridays at 2 and 10 on KAXE/KBXE.
This week the Lt Governor talked about the surge of cases in Minnesota and neighboring states and mental health concerns with early winter setting in. Plus, questions in regards to college students returning home for the holidays.
First Call for Help of Itasca County is a private, nonprofit community organization whose mission is to provide free, confidential and nonjudgmental crisis intervention, active listening, and information and referral services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to the residents and agencies of North Central Minnesota.
Kyle Erickson and Fred Freidman join John Bauer each week for the Sports Page. This week they talk about sports journalist Sid Hartman, Major League Baseball pitcher Jim (Kitty) Kaat, the choices the Timberwolves will have to make for the number one draft pick and they have fun with some serious trivia.
On the Thursday Morning Show Jeff Sundin joins John Bauer for Early Bird Fishing Guide. Today Jeff and John talk about the fishing season coming to an end due to the record breaking cold temperatures we have been experiencing. They reminisce about fall fishing in past years and Jeff lets us know that so far we are moving in a positive direction for the beginning of ice season.
*We are continuing our Meet the Candidates conversations for the November 3rd, 2020 elections. We recently talked with Michelle MacDonald candidate for the Minnesota Supreme Court. You can see her facebook page here.
*We are continuing our Meet the Candidates conversations for the November 3rd 2020 elections. We recently talked with Quinn Nystrom (DFL) candidate for Congressional District 8. You can see her facebook page here.
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week, resident phenologist John Latimer closely assesses the subtle changes happening outside and gives a full, official phenology report. Nature is changing right before our eyes these days. This week John gives an indepth report of keaf changes on a variety of trees and shrubs, the last bumblebees for the season, and a bird report.