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Arts & Culture

  • A shorter version of Dave Thompson's visit with Dr. Porter. This version originally aired on the Main Street show on August 2.
  • In Episode 18, host Tom Brosseau is joined by musician Garrett Pierce; Tama Smith of Prairie Fire Pottery; legendary Irish singer/songwriter Paul Brady; musician Paula Boggs; and musical duo Little Mazarn.
  • Heather Steinmann was putting together her father's obituary, and it reminded her that his song "I Love You, North Dakota" had been on the radio in the 80's — but she did not have a copy.
  • We talk with U-Mary's Dr. Tom Porter about his musical career
  • Host Tom Brosseau is joined by Stuart McCallum and Ríoghnach Connolly of The Breath; Dakota Prairie Grasslands supervisor Ben South; Family musical bluegrass band The Terry Family Band; Guitarist and songwriter Nat Myers; Singer-songwriter Connie Gjermundson; Former Bismarck Mayor, Virgil Hill manager, and performer Bill Sorensen.
  • Episode 16 features an interview with Joe Wiegand; musician Ismay Avery; an interview with Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley on Woody Guthrie; a visit with Maartje Murphy of Duchessa Gelato in Carrington, ND; and arts educator Julie Wolfson on fermentation.
  • Annie Prafcke is a journalist who was born in Wuhu Anhui Province in the People's Republic of China. She was adopted at six months old and raised in Fargo, ND. In her first podcast series Chinese Adoptees: Not Abandoned or Alone, she explores her own identity as well as the complex identities of three other adopted Chinese women.
  • Annie Prafcke is a journalist who was born in Wuhu, Anhui Province in the People's Republic of China. She was adopted at six months old and raised in Fargo, ND. In her first podcast series Chinese Adoptees: Not Abandoned or Alone, she explores her own identity as well as the complex identities of three other adopted Chinese women.
  • Annie Prafcke is a journalist who was born in Wuhu, Anhui Province in the People's Republic of China. She was adopted at six months old and raised in Fargo, ND. In her first podcast series Chinese Adoptees: Not Abandoned or Alone, she explores her own identity as well as the complex identities of three other adopted Chinese women.
  • The Greetings Tour is a nationwide mural project that’s been on the road since 2015. Muralist Victor Ving and photographer Lisa Beggs are currently in…
  • Actor and historian Joe Wiegand has performed as President Theodore Roosevelt in all 50 states. Now living in Medora, North Dakota, Joe works for the…
  • Professor Tom Isern is a distinguished professor at North Dakota State University for a reason -- he really cares about the people of the plains, wants to…