Roots

Country covers, snow songs a conversation with Celtic artist Katie McMahon!

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John Lennon Tribute the first hour. Connecticut’s Poverty Hash joins me live the second hour!

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AMPERS is the network of community radio stations throughout greater Minnesota. Tonight’s MinneCulture features stories from sister stations, as well as segments from MN90: Minnesota History in 90 Seconds, a history program co-produced by AMPERS and the Minnesota Historical Society.

1. Scenic designer Anne Gummper
Produced by Maija Morton for Radio Gallery, KUMD (Duluth)

2. MN90: Chess on Ice, Curling in Minnesota
Produced by AMPERS and the Minnesota Historical Society

3. MN90: Professional Wrestling’s Minnesota Man, Verne Gagne
Produced by AMPERS and the Minnesota Historical Society

4. Deer Hunting is More About Living Than Killing
Produced by Shawn Perich for Points North, WTIP (Gran Marais)

5. In the Deer Woods, It’s the Year of the Bear…and the Eagle
Produced by Shawn Perich for Points North, WTIP (Gran Marais)

6. MN90: Tunnels in the Sky: Skyways
Produced by AMPERS and the Minnesota Historical Society

7. MN90: World’s Toughest (Toy) Trucks: Tonka
Produced by AMPERS and the Minnesota Historical Society

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Karl plays some new CD’s by some youngsters and a little bit of Christmas, Louisiana style

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Seasonal Affective Disorder Survival Show 2010

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Public Art St. Paul
Produced by Andy Driscoll

This Minneculture documentary profiles Public Art St. Paul—a unique nonprofit organization that provides and maintains buildings, open spaces and artwork influenced and designed by local artists. Produced and hosted by Andy Driscoll.

Integrating artistic influence into what might otherwise be labeled “mundane projects” has been the business of Public Art Saint Paul for more than 20 years. Founded and led by its indefatigable president, Christine Podas Larson, PASP
blends art with community infrastructure, and is committed to endowing existing and new projects with artistic flourish and plenty of chutzpah.

Meet Christine and a few of the artists in PASP’s creative corral, and hear how city fathers wrapped their heads around the concept of “public art

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