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Dana and the Dakota Cafe

May 7, 2020

Part of our series about where you want to go and why, and who wouldn't want about 25 cups of coffee for a dollar?

Prairie Public Television's Production Manager Barb Gravel joins Main Street's Ashley Thornberg to preview this season’s Prairie Musicians.

  North Dakota Quarterly is a long-standing literary and humanities publication from the University of North Dakota -- one of the famous “little magazines” that have been the traditional seed beds of talented writers. During these trying times, it’s being offered free of charge. Here to discuss the current issue is the editor, Bill Caraher.

In this debut episode of The Great American Folk Show, host Tom Brosseau kicks off the series with some of his dear friends: Oscar-nominated actor John C. Reilly, viral North Dakota food columnist Marilyn Hagerty, artist Penni Emrich Burkum, and musicians Tom Lennon and Heidi Gluck.

"That Darn Cat"

Apr 24, 2020

Matt comments on the rise of streaming services, particularly Disney+ and the old movies available like "That Darn Cat" and other films with child star Haley Mills.

Matt picks two movies he recommends for streaming.

The Heartland Marimba Quartet of Waterloo, Iowa, is coming to Grand Forks and Minot. Prairie Public music host Scott Prebys, a marimba player himself, visits with the founder of the quartet, Matthew Coley.

1969 and Memory and Forgetting

Mar 20, 2020
Poppy Mills

Cassandra Rostvedt does 1969 by Alex Dimitrov, Skylar Longtin does Let It Be Forgotten and Gabi Oberg does I Remember, I Remember.  Good performances, no viruses.

Poetry Out Loud 2020 North Dakota Finals

Mar 14, 2020
Poppy Mills

Bill Thomas presents a selection of many of the performances from the 2020 North Dakota Finals.  For this, the students study the poems meaning – not just the obvious, but every nuance.  They practice saying them over and over, with coaching by teachers, paying attention to timing and feeling and diction.  This is 53 minutes worth of wonderful poetry, wonderfully performed.  Some are funny, some are serious, some are old and some are new.

A French historical drama written and directed by Céline Sciamma.