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Melanie and Megan hosting conversations with individuals that work as creative influencers. When tuning in, you will engage in interviews with these influencers that hope to shine light into their experiences working in the midst of the entertainment industry.
 
My name is Gregg and I Co-Host Midwest Paratalk Radio, I have been in Indy for most of my life. And have been interested in the paranormal for a long time. It wasn’t until a personal experience at 30 that I realized that there was some validity to the paranormal. Having a need for more knowledge I started looking at different media venues. Researching, reading and talking to different groups that I have come across blogtalkradio. And have found some great people. Having a radio background, B ...
 
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It’s a good weekend to curl up with a juicy thriller. Author Sid Balman Jr. and his collaborator Samakab Hussein join Angela Davis to discuss their new novel, Murmuration.” It’s part two of a trilogy and it takes place in West Texas, Somalia and Minnesota.על ידי Minnesota Public Radio
 
It’s a good weekend to catch a play at the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory. Jack Reuler joins Angela Davis to talk about the Twin Cities theater scene. Reuler, who founded Mixed Blood Theatre in Cedar Riverside in Minneapolis in 1976, is retiring. He is directing his final play, “Animate,” which opens Friday at the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory. Gu…
 
My interview with the fabulous Caroline O'Connor was so amazing that it went for 3 hours and I have had to break it up into parts. This episode is part 2. If you haven't listened to part 1, you better do that now!! In this episode we finally find out who she was in the bathroom with and you will never guess who!! We touch on mental health and also …
 
Since the pandemic began and coincided with a racial reckoning, there’s a quote from Mr. Rogers that has been making the rounds on social media: “Look for the helpers, there will always be helpers. … Because if you look for the helpers, you’ll know there is hope.” Helpers come in many shapes and sizes, as does hope. One kind of helper that has gott…
 
Last week President Joe Biden announced new vaccination mandates as part of his plan to address the latest surge in COVID-19 cases. Under the mandate, most health care workers and federal workers and contractors are required to get vaccinated, and employers with 100 or more workers must mandate vaccinations or weekly testing. The mandate received s…
 
Lynette Lamb’s husband was only 45 when he had a stroke that left him unable to speak fluently, use his left arm or work again. Overnight, the Minneapolis writer went from an equal partner in her marriage to a caregiver and the primary parent to the couple’s two young daughters. Taking care of a partner after a serious health crisis profoundly chan…
 
What’s the best thing about fall? No, not apples, changing leaves or even the chill in the air. It’s that fall marks the end of sandals and the start of boot and sneaker season. For some people, everything begins and ends with their shoes. The shoes you wear can say a lot about you, and it’s not just your style that’s talking — it’s your wallet as …
 
Refugees don’t always come to mind when we think of Sept. 11, 2001. But they are one of the ongoing consequences of the “war on terror” that followed al-Qaida’s attacks on U.S. soil. The two decades of conflict since 9/11 forced tens of millions of people to flee their homes — most recently from Afghanistan. By the end of September, an estimated 50…
 
When she was still in training, Dr. Leana Wen led a student organization whose motto was, “It takes more than medical school to make a physician.” It also takes more than “M.D.” after your name to be the kind of courageous, unflagging, ethical public health leader that this country needs. Dr. Wen’s memoir, "Lifelines: A Doctor's Journey in the Figh…
 
According to a survey the Washington Post conducted earlier this summer, about 1 in 5 workers in the U.S. considered changing their profession during the COVID-19 pandemic. The number was higher for people under 40 — one-third of them have thought about changing their career since the pandemic began. The pandemic has shifted our priorities and made…
 
Remember June, when we talked about post-pandemic? Now fall is here and we’re back to masks and rising COVID-19 cases. Host Angela Davis talks with an infectious disease doctor and a therapist about managing the ongoing uncertainty of the pandemic.על ידי Minnesota Public Radio
 
Host Angela Davis dropped her kids off at college in August, and now she and her husband are empty nesters. Davis made her first appearance as host of the 9 a.m. hour with a conversation about empty nest syndrome and how parents can embrace what’s next.על ידי Minnesota Public Radio
 
In the wake of the delta variant, more Americans have gotten vaccinated in the last month against COVID-19. But one in four Minnesota adults is still unvaccinated against the virus. People’s reasons for turning down the shots are varied and personal. Some don’t trust the safety of vaccines approved in record time. Others have a paralyzing fear of n…
 
As the delta variant surged last month, more Americans got vaccinated against COVID-19. But one in four Minnesota adults is still unvaccinated against the virus, and their reasons for turning down the shots are varied and personal. Guest host Catharine Richert talked with a family doctor and a family therapist about what’s behind vaccine hesitancy …
 
Even though they couldn’t stage productions with lights, sound design, costumes and a live audience, during the pandemic Minnesota’s many theater companies lived their industry’s credo: The show must go on. Some companies worked outdoors, others offered livestreams and virtual performances and some went deep to offer pandemic-specific programming. …
 
During the pandemic, Minnesota’s theater companies lived their industry’s credo: The show must go on. Some worked outdoors, others offered livestreams and virtual performances and some went deep with pandemic-specific programming. Now that Broadway has reopened and many local venues are returning with masks and social distancing, theater companies …
 
As a Black girl adopted by Scottish communists, growing up in Glasgow in the 1970s, poet Jackie Kay developed a passion for Bessie Smith. Her father introduced her to the blues, and Bessie Smith was the wild spirit who helped her find her true self. She tells the story in her new book, “Bessie Smith, A Poet’s Biography of a Blues Legend.” Writer Ja…
 
As a Black girl adopted by Scottish communists, growing up in Glasgow in the 1970s, poet Jackie Kay developed a passion for Bessie Smith. Her father introduced her to the blues, and Bessie Smith was the wild spirit who helped her find her true self. She tells the story in her new book, “Bessie Smith, A Poet’s Biography of a Blues Legend.” Writer Ja…
 
It has been a challenging year and a half for Gov. Tim Walz. Along with his usual duties of negotiating a two-year state budget with a Legislature divided along party lines — he used emergency powers to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and deployed the National Guard and other law enforcement resources in the face of unrest that followed the police…
 
It has been a challenging year and a half for Gov. Tim Walz. He joined host Mike Mulcahy to talk about governing during a pandemic, social upheaval and climate change. Plus, in the second half of the hour: fires and drought. What’s the current situation with the Greenwood Fire and other Minnesota wildfires, and how might things change this weekend?…
 
Electric cars are still rare in Minnesota — representing less than one percent of all cars sold each year. But we’ll be seeing a lot more of them soon. Gov. Tim Walz signed new Minnesota rules that will force manufacturers to increase the number of electric cars for sale in the state by 2024. And, President Joe Biden has signed an executive order t…
 
Electric cars are still rare in Minnesota — representing less than one percent of all cars sold each year. But we’ll be seeing more of them soon. Gov. Tim Walz signed Minnesota rules that will force manufacturers to increase the number of electric cars for sale in the state and President Joe Biden has signed an executive order that calls for half o…
 
According to the Uniform Crime Report released last month by the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the number of reported violent crimes in Minnesota last year went up by 17 percent over the previous year. Much of those numbers are driven by rising crime in larger cities. But some suburban communities are also experiencing upticks in certain k…
 
According to the Uniform Crime Report released last month by the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the number of reported violent crimes in Minnesota last year went up by 17 percent over the previous year. That includes a record high number of homicides. Much of those numbers are driven by rising crime in larger cities, a trend mirrored by oth…
 
What is your summer song for 2021? What does it mean to you? Every summer has a song that defines it — the song that seems inescapable, that’s always playing in the background of your summer social gatherings, that perfectly sums up your mood. Guest host Brandt Williams talked with two music journalists about what makes the perfect summer song and …
 
What does summer sound like to you? Every summer has a song that defines it — the song that seems inescapable, that’s always playing in the background of your summer social gatherings, that perfectly sums up your mood. What is your summer song for 2021? What does it mean to you? What about that song makes a summertime connection with you? Does the …
 
Earlier this month, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reported that “a hotter future is essentially locked in.” The news of the changing climate and its effects can have psychological impacts, which experts call “climate anxiety.” According to recent studies, Millennials and members of Generation Z think and worry more ab…
 
Earlier this month, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reported that “a hotter future is essentially locked in.” The news of the changing climate and its effects can have psychological impacts, which experts call “climate anxiety.” According to recent studies, Millennials and members of Generation Z think and worry more ab…
 
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