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"Onward"

Jun 13, 2020

Not their best, but another thumbs-up for Pixar.

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The Great American Folk Show is a little place on the radio where we commune with you to share stories, sing songs, and talk to some good people with great voices.

Episode Two features actor, writer, and musician John Doe; Grammy Award-winning musicians Sara Watkins and Sean Watkins; NY Times best-selling author Daniel Levitin; North Dakota poet Madelyn Camrud; and writer and arts educator Julie Wolfson.

 


"The the game is now broken -- and fighting back."

"Cats"

May 21, 2020

A hit play becomes a movie.

Love Poems for Anxious People

May 18, 2020

In the spirit of his popular books Love Poems for Married People and Love Poems for People with Children, John Kenney now presents Love Poems for Anxious People. It’s welcome wit and wisdom in this age of coronavirus, and he visits with our director of radio, Bill Thomas.

Minot artist Arvin Davis, Jr., calls himself Little Red Liar. Making art is his therapy for PTSD and anxiety. Ashley Thornberg visits with the Little Red Liar and tours his studio.

 

With photographs archived at the Smithsonian and the Library of Congress, Bismarck photographer Shane Balkowitsch has made a name for himself using an archaic style of photo processing known as wet plate photography. Bismarck filmmakers Greg DeSaye and Chelsy Ciavarella of Her, Him & The Fellas documented Shane for their new film, Balkowitsch, now streaming on Amazon. They spoke with Ashley Thornberg.

 

"The Films of '75"

May 9, 2020

Matt comments on the Oscar-winning films of 1975.

Rachel Says It Is Sabir's

May 7, 2020

Rachel has a rich family relation to Sabir's and she says the food is great, too.

Julie goes for Ely's Ivy

May 7, 2020

Ely's (rhymes with bellies) Ivy  in Grand Forks attracts Julie with gourmet food and family friendliness.

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