KAXE Morning Show

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Patty from Grand Rapids served up a post-workout homemade granola to cover-up her husband's favorite cereal.

Hear the whole conversation by clicking below.

Each weekday morning now we're adding an hour to our Morning Show - opening up our phone lines and reading stories submitted by listeners about life now with the new norm. 

None of us have experienced this before, but if we keep connected - through radio or online media or calling/texting/facetiming friends and neighbors, it'll be a little easier.  What are you doing to stay sane?  Job loss?  Tell us your stories. 

Drum roll please!  Here they are!

Ben Bartholomew and Michael Fitch from the Grand Rapids High School Marching Band stopped in LIVE IN-STUDIO to trade breakfast stories, marching band memories, and Ben's NO BUTTER scrambled eggs with cheese and wheat toast. Hear the whole conversation by clicking below.

Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program! Let us know if you want to be our guest on What's For Breakfast.  All it takes is your membership and an email!

On the final show of Call of the Wild producer Milt Lee talks with the shows writer Jamie Lee.  Together they share how they began working in radio and what led them to the popular series Call of the Wild.  

Bob Gatts on Call of the Wild

Jul 25, 2018

Milt Lee visits with Bob Gatts, owner of Obligato Violin & Guitar Shop, an old world luthiers workshop  located on Bob's farm near Cushing, Minnesota. 

When John and Heidi pulled up a chair to Genevieve Radniecki's table for breakfast, they didn't know they'd be hiring out John for staining services this summer.

John and Heidi welcomed Cate Belleveau of Puposky on What's For Breakfast. She'd already polished off last night's leftovers of mushrooms, onions, herbs of Provence, spinach and cayenne pepper in coconut oil and a strawberry, yogurt smoothie, so she had time to talk about yurts, deer steak, and welding. Listen every Friday morning about 7:40 for one of our members as they share their breakfast and words of wisdom.

This is the bonus edition of Dig Deep where Aaron and Chuck talk predictions of 2018.  Let us know topics you think we should address on Dig Deep....and sign up for the podcast here. 

Chuck mentions a book he loved this year "The Righteous Mind:  Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion" by Jonathan Haidt. 

It's been a year of the Dig Deep segments and podcasts where we pair Aaron Brown and Chuck Marohn to explore issues that are relevant in our communities and the larger world.  In December they are taking the time to look back at 2017.  Chuck poses the first topic.

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