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Our over-the-air radio signal in the Bismarck area is down as a tower crew repairs damage from an ice storm last April. The outage should last a few days.

Main Street Interview

  • The Olympics are underway. Fargo Curling Club’s Shawn Olesen is part of the three-person team managing the ice for Olympic curling.
  • Ashley Thornberg talks to SnowKraft and Jay Ray, local snow sculptors who are building sculptures for the Fargo-Moorhead Frostival. The FM Arts series is funded in part by The Arts Partnership, with support from the Cities of Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo.
  • Brandi Malarkey introduces us to the new Fargo based-band, Hiahli, which is currently in the middle of a unique recording project. Hear from Ryan Tetzloff and Jason Boynton, the co-founders of the hip-hop band with the unusual name. The FM Arts series is funded in part by The Arts Partnership, with support from the Cities of Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo.
  • Michael Miller of the NDSU Germans from Russia Heritage Collection and television producer Matt Olien join Main Street to honor the late Bob Dambach, who dedicated 35 years of his life to Prairie Public.
  • Monday, January 17, 2022 - On this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, we discuss various aspects of race and the importance of holidays with UND philosophy professor Jack Russell Weinstein.
  • Tuesday, December 14, 2021 – President George Washington died on this date 222 years ago. Today we share a story of the late president as guest host Rick Collin visits with Nathaniel Philbrick, the author of “Travels With George, in Search of Washington and His Legacy.” In the fall of 1789, George Washington, six months into his presidency, set out on the first of four road trips as he attempted to unite the states into a single nation. To research the story, Philbrick retraced Washington’s route.