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The podcast where we take you backstage on all things dance industry related. We will be chatting weekly with some of the industry's best. Seeking out their advice, lessons learned, struggles and stand out moments.
 
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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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Minnesota’s new poet laureate Gwen Westerman works with language and fabric. She’s an award-winning quilter as well as a poet, essayist and historian. As the first Native poet to be selected for the position, Westerman plans to use her role to shine a light on underrepresented poets in the state. Host Angela Davis speaks with Westerman about how he…
 
Dealing with climate change can feel overwhelming. Efforts to address it can feel futile. But climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe insists all is not lost. In this week’s conversation about big books and bold ideas, MPR News host Kerri Miller talks with Hayhoe about her new book, “Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divide…
 
During the early months of the COVID 19 pandemic, many of us worked from home to prevent the spread of the virus. Some of us still are. But essential workers — including health care, transportation and grocery store employees — continued to go to work in person. In 2020, MPR News host Angela Davis hosted a series of interviews with essential worker…
 
We do a lot of listening while we go about our technologically connected lives — we listen to music, to podcasts, to the news, to traffic, teachers, politicians and, sometimes, to each other. But what does it mean to listen and really hear what we are listening to, particularly when it involves our partners, our friends and our adversaries? On Wedn…
 
The pandemic has put live music on hiatus, but many artists are once again touring and concert calendars are filling up — often with added COVID precautions. Tuesday at 9 a.m., MPR News host Angela Davis talks with The Current’s program director Jim McGuinn about fall concerts and a new grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to partner …
 
After the murder of George Floyd, racial inequality became a focus of public conversation and talk turned to how to support Black-owned businesses. Black Americans are about 13 percent of the U.S. population — but own only 2 percent of small businesses with more than one employee. And, during the pandemic, Black-owned businesses have been more like…
 
Friendship is an important part of a happy and healthy life. And having friends who are much older or much younger can have unique benefits. MPR News host Angela Davis and MPR News reporter Nina Moini are decades apart in age — but quite close in every other way. Nearly 40 percent of adults have a close friend who is at least 15 years older or youn…
 
What did you turn to for solace during the pandemic? Cooking and baking? Reconnecting with nature, your inner athlete or the bookworm you were while growing up? Courtesy of publisher The new anthology “A 21st Century Plague: Poetry from a Pandemic” The poets among us turned to language, and they wrote. Some of that outpouring has been gathered into…
 
MPR News reporter Kirsti Marohn has covered Line 3, the impact of the prolonged drought on fish and farmers, the concerns of Somali immigrants, the needs of veterans and other stories from the middle of Minnesota. Get to know Kirsti as host Angela Davis talks with her about recent stories, where she gets her ideas and what it’s like to report durin…
 
Minneapolis voters this November have the opportunity to weigh in on a proposal that would replace the Minneapolis Police Department in the city charter with a new Department of Public Safety. The proposal was put on the ballot after supporters gathered more than 20,000 signatures in the wake of George Floyd’s murder. If the measure passes, the Min…
 
If so many people seem to be looking for work, why are so many employers struggling to find employees? The labor shortage is hobbling the economic recovery. Coffee shops and restaurants have cut back their hours of operation because they are short-staffed and are offering cash bonuses to entice applicants. Bus drivers are in such short supply that …
 
If you’ve been to the airport this summer, you know that travel is back. As vaccination rates increased and pandemic restrictions lifted, people booked flights for delayed vacations, family reunions and much-needed getaways. By July, traveling for leisure had returned to pre-pandemic levels. But the delta variant has is making travelers hesitant to…
 
In his new novel, award-winning author Richard Powers probes an essential question: How can we tell our children the truth about this beautiful, imperiled planet? Called an “ecological parable,” Powers’ latest book, “Bewilderment,” tells the story of a widowed astrobiologist as he struggles to raise his precocious son alone, in the midst of our all…
 
A challenging school year lies ahead in Minnesota, a state that ranks as one of the country’s worst when it comes to inequality in educational outcomes between white students and their BIPOC peers. Schools are facing significant staffing shortages as the COVID-19 delta variant spreads, while families must cope with the continued impact of the pande…
 
As Minnesota hospitals fill with a fourth wave of COVID-19 driven by the delta variant, health care workers are struggling to stay on top of the work and digging deep for compassion. The COVID-19 patients now filling the state’s ICU beds are overwhelmingly unvaccinated and younger, often surprised that they were hit so hard by the virus. Some are d…
 
Minnesota recently established a statewide government office dedicated to addressing missing and murdered Indigenous women, as well as a task force looking into missing and murdered African American women and girls. Data collected by the state of Minnesota show that about 15 percent of Minnesota’s female missing persons cases every month are Americ…
 
Many of us want a better Minnesota but wonder how to make a difference. There’s a seemingly endless array of causes and people who need a helping hand. But how do you make the biggest impact with your time and energy? If you want to address racial inequality, where do you start? Interfaith Action of Greater St. Paul decided to focus on mobilizing v…
 
Sometimes people without a lot of money can teach us the most about entrepreneurship, success and community. That’s a key takeaway from the podcast small change: Money Stories from the Neighborhood. MPR News Host Angela Davis talks with the podcast co-hosts Chris Farrell and Twila Dang about what’s coming up in their second season, including a prof…
 
As the weather gets colder, Minnesotans are heading to apple orchards to pick some of their favorite varieties. And there are many to choose from: Honeycrisp, Haralson, SweeTango and Honeygold are just a few of the many apple varieties that were bred and now grow in Minnesota. MPR News host Angela Davis explores the history of apples in Minnesota, …
 
Earlier this month, Ramsey County Attorney John Choi announced that his office will no longer prosecute most felony cases stemming from low-level traffic stops. His goal is to reduce racial profiling and racial disparities in the criminal justice system. MPR host Angela Davis talks to Choi and criminal justice reform advocate Jason Sole about the p…
 
Losing a parent at a young age shapes a person. In her debut memoir, “Seeing Ghosts,” Kat Chow pours her grief onto the page and examines how the loss of her mother when she was only 13 both marked her and made her into who she is today. She also looks back at past generations of her family to examine how their journey from China and Hong Kong to C…
 
Hey, how’s your garden looking? Are you ready for fall planting? Are you wondering if you should keep the changing climate in mind while designing your fall garden? Fall gardening can present some challenges for experienced and novice gardeners alike: What winters over well? And what doesn’t winter over at all? What should you plant to prepare for …
 
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.Autor: 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…
 
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