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Minnesota Now
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Minnesota Now

Minnesota Public Radio

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Live, down to earth, unscripted interviews that aim to connect, inform and entertain. Real people share real stories with Cathy Wurzer. It’s journalism that doesn’t take itself too seriously and puts people first.
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Every week, Catholic priest Fr. Mike Schmitz delivers powerful homilies based on the Sunday Mass Scripture readings, inviting you to live more fully as the person God created you to be. Engaging and motivating, these 20-30 minute homilies will help ground your faith, fortify your heart, and transform your life. Fr. Mike Schmitz preaches from Duluth Minnesota, where he serves as the Newman chaplain for University Minnesota Duluth’s Bulldog Catholic campus ministry.
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The Moos Room™
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The Moos Room™

University of Minnesota Extension

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Hosted by members of the University of Minnesota Extension Beef and Dairy Teams, The Moos Room discusses relevant topics to help beef and dairy producers be more successful. The information is evidence-based and presented as an informal conversation between the hosts and guests.
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Host Lisa Von Drasek and guests review books from various genres: including children’s literature, cookbooks, science, mysteries, and popular literature. This audio podcast also includes episodes from the video podcast, Read This Book!, also hosted by Lisa Von Drasek.
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Wellness Matters for Direct Support
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Wellness Matters for Direct Support

Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota

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The daily demands of being a direct support professional (DSP) can often lead to stress and burnout. And when a DSP is stressed, they are likely to make errors that can be costly. Join Mark Olson and Chet Tschetter as they bring you a new podcast that dives into self-care for DSPs. You can download and listen to Wellness Matter for Direct Support wherever you get your podcast. This podcast is produced by the Institute on Community Integration at the University of Minnesota. Wellness Matters ...
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The GPL Podcast, now part of the Pulltab Sports family, is a roundtable type of format that talks about the University of Minnesota Men's Hockey Team, BigTen Hockey and College Hockey in general. It is a weekly podcast that happens during the college hockey season. (October - April) The host is Craig Cotner "Jupiter" who runs the GopherPuckLive.com website. He is joined by Eric Vegoe who covers the Gophers as a writer for GopherPuckLive. We also have special guests join the program from time ...
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The Honorable Jason Lewis (R-MN) represented Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional district during the 115th Congress. Lewis prioritized working with the Trump administration’s America First agenda and was a “leader in the battle to pass” health care and tax reform. He also co-authored the Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2018 which passed Congress and was signed into law by the President. Prior to serving in Washington, Lewis was a broadcaster for 25 years hosting The Jason Lewis Show. Lewis holds a ...
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Mike Grimm has been the "Voice of the Gophers" for men's basketball since 2006 and for football since 2011. His voice resonates as the soundtrack for thousands of Gopher fans who have become accustomed to hearing him holler "Touchdown Minnesota Golden Gophers!" into the microphone. Grimm has his finger on the pulse of Gopher sports and brings an insightful and unique perspective to listeners. If it is compelling Gopher content you want, then "Go Gopher Podcast" with Mike Grimm is the podcast ...
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This show is (mostly) a bi-weekly podcast that explores the likely repertoire of eighteenth and early nineteenth century bagpipers, using historic music collections (written for bagpipes or not), performed on Uilleann pipes, Highland pipes and whistles. Every episodes notes include links to the historic sheet music when available. For information about my Albums Oyster Wives Rant, and Pay the Pipemaker go here: https://www.wetootwaag.com/albums For information about Jeremy and the instrument ...
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A weekly report on the COVID-19 pandemic from infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH. Dr. Osterholm is the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota and has spent a career investigating outbreaks. Since 2005, he has emphasized supply chain and other vulnerabilities and a critical need for pandemic preparedness. In this podcast, Dr. Osterholm dissects the latest COVID-19 news, data, and guidance. CIDRAP’s Chris Dal ...
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In this podcast, lifelong gardener Don Kinzler joins host John Lamb for a weekly dig into the fruitful topic of gardening in the upper Midwest (North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, eastern Montana and southern Manitoba). Don Kinzler is a horticulturist with North Dakota State University Extension for Cass County. He has been a trusted resource for gardeners in the region for decades. Lamb is an arts and entertainment reporter for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and a novice gardener, ready to ...
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Keith is an author, international speaker, and founder of Biblical Foundations Academy International. He has been involved in a wide variety of ministries, including being a Methodist pastor, a professional sports team chaplain, a television and radio host, and a tour leader in Israel. Keith holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota, a master’s degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Illinois, and has completed an intensive Hebrew language course at Hebrew Uni ...
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KMOJCast
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KMOJCast

KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station”

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Select programming from KMOJ's airwaves and community voices. Since first going “on the air” in 1976, KMOJ-89.9-FM continues its legacy as the community-oriented station located in Minneapolis, Minnesota airing a predominantly urban adult contemporary format. “KMOJ’s Community Viewpoint” is one way the station achieves its mission of engaging, supporting and empowering Communities of Color to elevate the way of life of the people of its community and to challenge social and economic disparit ...
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Local Music comes alive on – The Live Feed. The Live Feed is a live concert series recorded on location and centered around local and regional (MN) artists. Might sometimes include acoustic in studio performances. The Live Feed is written and produced by KQAL 89.5FM on the campus of Winona State University. The Live Feed is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
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A Closer Look at Frontline Initiative
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A Closer Look at Frontline Initiative

Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota

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Are you a direct support professional or frontline supervisor who loves to learn more about best practices for supporting people with intellectual disability? In “A Closer Look,” we explore the most current and relevant issues covered in "Frontline Initiative." Produced by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on Community Integration and the National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals, "Frontline Initiative" is a bi-annual online magazine by and for the direct support workforce. z. ...
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This podcast covers the important issues of gun violence prevention across the state of Minnesota. We are an advocacy organization focused on working with state officials and local organizations to decrease gun violence while enacting safety measures to make sure gun carriers are lawful and protected. The topics on this show will canvas community leaders, professional, and elected officials in the pursuit of creating conversations toward effective and safer gun law policies.
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Vital Connections On Air
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Vital Connections On Air

U of M Extension Center for Community Vitality

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Vital Connections On Air is a podcast from University of Minnesota Extension's Center for Community Vitality that explores the trends and topics important to communities and their leaders. You will hear new research and insights from University of Minnesota and University Minnesota Extension professionals as well as great stories from local communities and organizations.
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The Michigan Man Podcast is produced for die hard Wolverine fans. The show will include weekly interviews with Michigan Bloggers and other special guests. The center piece of the show will be fan feedback. We want fans to phone in audio posts, and email their comments, rants...whatever is on their mind regarding Michigan athletics. The Podcast format will evolve in the coming months. Initially we will have four segments. 1) The View from section 17 - Commentary from host Mike Fitzpatrick 2) ...
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Faith In Action with Joanne Fox is a public affairs show produced by Siouxland Catholic Radio 88.1 FM KFHC/KOIA (Ponca, NE.), Sioux City, IA/Storm Lake, IA. Joanne is a retired journalist and Siouxland Catholic Radio Board member. Joanne guests include Bishop R. Walker Nickless, Diocese of Sioux City; regional areas of interest such as the Herreid Military Museum in Luverne, Minnesota; and national speakers and authors including Lt. Col. Scott Mann, Operation Pineapple Express. Faith In Acti ...
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Stephen Strom brings the energy, passion, and knowledge of Minnesota sports all the way from the East Coast. Strom inherited his love for Minnesota sports from his father who is from the Minneapolis area. Raised in New Jersey, Strom was an outlier as he wore Joe Mauer and Marián Gáborík jerseys to school. A standout basketball player in NJ, Strom played college hoops at Kean University. Post basketball, he was an intern at SiriusXM for Chris “Mad Dog” Russo. A graduate of Kean University, in ...
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More than twenty years ago, a bizarre confluence of meteorological events resulted in the most damaging blowdown in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness’s history. It traveled 1,300 miles and lasted 22 hours, flattening nearly 500,000 acres of the Superior National Forest. Hundreds of campers and paddlers were stranded and dozens injur…
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Feb. 19, 2024 Some students at Minnesota State University Mankato want to bring a resolution before the student senate regarding Free Speech on Campus. Sophomore Cole Koetz joins Kessel Peace Institute Director Jameel Haque about these efforts and obstacles to getting the resolution passed.By KMSU
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The suspected gunman who shot and killed three first responders in Burnsville couldn't legally own guns. We talked to a journalist covering gun violence about how guns are still able to be illegally obtained. A local percussionist is beating to the sound of his own drum, and we asked him how his life as a Buddhist priest informs his music. In our C…
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Albert Lea native Jacob Schlichter spent the beginning of his new year bundled up along I-35, photographing swans. The 27-year-old photographer and business owner was awarded the southeastern Minnesota Arts Council grant in November of last year and used the funds to create a public photography exhibit showcasing southern Minnesota wildlife. Schlic…
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Philip Brunelle has done it all. Currently, he’s the founder and artistic director of VocalEssence. VocalEssence is based at the Plymouth Congregational Church in Minneapolis. Brunelle has led the choir for 55 years. A former member of VocalEssence once wrote, in addition to his choral work, he is often “simultaneously employed as a church musician…
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Marc Anderson is a Twin Cities-based percussionist. For the past thirty years, he’s traveled the world learning and performing musical instruments of many different cultures. Along the way, he became an ordained Zen Buddhist priest. Marc joined us today to talk to MPR News host Cathy Wurzer about the intersections of his Zen Buddhist faith and bein…
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We're continuing to learn more about what led to the fatal shooting of three first responders in Burnsville over the weekend and the injury of another. Court records show that the suspect, Shannon Gooden, had been legally barred from owning guns since he was convicted of felony assault in 2008. In 2020, he asked a judge to reinstate his right to ha…
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We hear the full story of how Minnesota’s Law Enforcement Memorial Association is supporting the families of two Burnsville police officers and a firefighter-paramedic killed in the line of duty over the weekend. Macalester College's president is speaking out about softening expectation of leaders like her to speak out on current events. A bill tha…
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Hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly), Derek Schooley (@derekschooley), and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) review the games of the weekend and news of the week in this February 19, 2024 edition. In this episode: The most disastrous weekend of the season for the USCHO Top 10 What teams were most impacted by the weekend's results North Dakota, Wisconsin, Ma…
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Early Sunday morning, two Burnsville police officers and a firefighter-paramedic were killed in the line of duty. They were responding to a call for help about a man armed and barricaded in a home with seven children inside. Officers Paul Elmstrand and Matthew Ruge and firefighter-paramedic Adam Finseth are being remembered as heroes who paid the u…
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It's been a mild winter in our neck of the woods, but it's still not quite warm enough to get your garden growing ... or is it? In this episode, Don and John go over the basics of starting seeds indoors, including the setup you'll need and the timelines for your favorite varieties. === "Growing Together: A Gardening Podcast" is a show for gardeners…
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Minnesota is a week into the legislative session, but before it even started, some DFL lawmakers were calling to make Minnesota the 13th state with a sanctuary law, dubbed the North Star Act. The law would ban state and local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities. The DFL may have a trifecta, but they have just one m…
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When a global event shakes our world, who has the responsibility to speak up or respond? Since the murder of George Floyd, companies, organizations and schools have spoken out, or been pressured by the public to do so. With the war in Gaza, there is renewed pressure and scrutiny, specifically in higher education. The presidents of Harvard Universit…
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Emily, Dr. Joe, and Bradley J Heins, PhD, Tenured Professor, debate a listener question - Is there a reliable genetic test for fertility, health, and longevity for beef and dairy cattle? There is a fired-up Dr. Bradley J Heins in this episode and you don't want to miss the spectacle. Questions, comments, scathing rebuttals? -> themoosroom@umn.edu o…
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Homily from the First Sunday of Lent. When expectation meets reality, we have a choice. All of our lives are marked by a certain degree of expectation. But what do we do when we encounter the reality of life? We can choose to either avoid reality or accept reality. Mass Readings from February 18, 2024: Genesis 9:8-15 Psalms 25:4-9 1 Peter 3:18-22 M…
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Today on the Live Feed we take you to No Name Bar for the live debut of Waisted. These familiar faces to the local music scene come together for the first time to perform songs from their debut album "1, 2, 3, 4." Grab a cold one and kick back as we get... Waisted tonight on the Live Feed. Original Airdate: 02/09/24 The Live Feed is produced by KQA…
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Tonight on the Live Feed we take you to Mayo High for a live performance by The John Paulson Big Band. This fantastic set of jazz musicians use their various talents in music to take you on a journey through the struggles, delight, and sorrows of the human experience. Tonight they have music from their new album "The Refuge Project". Sit back and l…
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It's been another busy week for coaching interviews, hits and misses, a key defensive departure via the portal, and new NIL deals. Joining us with his thoughts on that and more is Josh Henschke from Rivals and Yahoo Sports Maize N Blue ReviewBy Mike Fitzpatrick
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Where can people learn more? Full series details and tickets can be found on https://www.mnhs.org/events. Admission for this event is $7 Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP if you're interested in joining us!By KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station”
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Instead of a typical first date — dinner and light conversation, maybe — he presented 29 slides about one of his favorite movies. The internet loved it. But did his date? Credits: This episode was produced by Dean Russell. Mixing and sound design by Emily Jankowski. Ben Brock Johnson and Amory Sivertson are the co-hosts. Image Credit: X/Jason Carma…
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Tonight on the Live Feed, we have a special treat from Winona's own alternative rapper, LAN3S with a live concert recorded on the day of the debut of her latest album, Wannabe Superstar! Following up from her episode on The Sound, LAN3S decided to hold a celebratory party and concert at the basement level of Bubs Brewery. Boy was it a blizzard, and…
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Today on the Live Feed we take you to Boats and Bluegrass 2023 for a Live Performance by High and Rising. This Groovy Grass grew sprouted from the lands of the Mighty Mississippi. Much like the river they sprouted from their music roars and flows creating a fresh take on the Bluegrass and Folk Americana genres. Truth to their name excitement was hi…
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“Boats annnnd!” Tonight on the Live Feed we have more Boats & Bluegrass for ya with a live performance from Carriage House. Carriage house is a husband and wife folk duo based in the driftless region. In September 2023 they brought their unique blend of ethereal melodies and heartfelt lyrics to the stage at Boats and Bluegrass here in Winona, MN. A…
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Thursday at Minnesota’s biggest school district, Anoka-Hennepin Public Schools, teachers are voting to approve their contract after contentious negotiations. And at Minnesota’s second biggest school district, St. Paul, teachers are casting their vote on whether they want to authorize a strike. Education Minnesota, which is made up of 472 unions sta…
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It seems like winter is keeping us on our toes this year. After an unusually warm and wet January, those of us in the central and southern part of the state woke up to as much as seven inches of fresh snow this morning. It's the biggest accumulation of the winter so far. And for many of us, the snow is a welcome sight, especially for organizers of …
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If you’ve ever been with a person living with dementia, especially in the later stages of the disease, one of the most amazing things to note is that one of the thing the disease doesn’t take away is the enjoyment of music. There are choral groups specifically designed for folks with living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias and their caregivers.…
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If Lily Gladstone wins an Oscar for her portrayal of Mollie Burkhart in the film Killers of the Flower Moon, which depicts the systematic murder of Osage people for their oil wealth in the 1920's in Oklahoma, she’ll be the first Native American actor to take home the statue.By Minnesota Public Radio
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It's a Valentine's miracle! Many Minnesotans woke up to almost seven inches of fresh snow this morning. We'll get statewide reactions. Plus, we'll hear how plans for the Cross Country Ski World Cup are shaping up for this weekend - they are pretty happy about that snow. Teachers across the state are deep in contract negotiations. We'll hear from th…
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This week’s Prophet reading—traditionally called the Haftorah—is 1 Kings 5:26–6:13 (5:12–6:13 in English). It accompanies the Torah portion Terumah (Exodus 25:1–27:19). This Haftorah provides an overview of King Solomon’s construction of the temple in Jerusalem. God promises Solomon that if he faithfully keeps the divine statutes and commandments G…
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Faith in Action interviews Sara Johnson and Dave Ferris about Hope Street of Siouxland. Hope Street supports homeless individuals in our tri-state region and provides the opportunity to make life-long sobriety possible and enjoyable. Tune in Monday, February 19, 2024, at 9 a.m. or Saturday, February 24 at 7 p.m. on Siouxland Catholic Radio 88.1 FM;…
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Homily from Ash Wednesday. We hope He sees. We have faith it matters to Him. We do it because He said so. During Lent, we have the chance to make our lives an act of hope, faith, and love. More than growing in discipline or self-improvement, Lent is a chance to live what we believe by prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Mass Readings from February 14,…
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