Join Team 103.3 - Get the New KUMD CD and More

It's time to give! Support KUMD at $12.50 per month, and you can get your copy of the new CD, Live from Studio A Volume 1. This compilation brings together local and national bands who have performed live in the KUMD studios.

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3/22 Live From Studio A: Nat Harvie Trio

Duluth native Harvie drew attention with their high school band, Vivielle, which eventually broke up after the members went off to college. After putting out some solo material, Harvie formed this "100% queer" solo project that also features bassist Becca DeBoer (Red Mountain) and drummer Sam Williams (Chase Down Blue). The trio put out its first album, Nat Harvie's Broken Record , on Friday, and had a release show at Karpeles Manuscript Museum in Duluth. They joined us for a preview of the...

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Secret identities: who you are and who you pretend to be

If the whole point of online gaming is to assume another identity ... what difference does it make who you are IRL*? It turns out, it makes a lot of difference, especially to young, white males. *In Real Life

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Where's the best art opening this week?  What shows are closing?  Are there any calls-for-entries anywhere?  Annie Dugan brings you a comprehensive look at Where's Art every Monday morning at 8:20am on Northland Morning.

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 3/8

Mar 8, 2018
Four women standing in front of Lake Superior under a cloudy sky
Wolfskull Creative

Superior Siren with Nat Harvie Trio and Prone*

Superior Siren's Midwest Tour Sendoff Event! Join us and jam out while we wish the local lovelies farewellBlushFriday, March 9 | 9 PM | $5 | 18+ 

What stands out about a person when they're gone?

Carol Lafavor died in 2011, but her legacy is that of a pioneer in the places where gender, sexuality, social justice, HIV/AIDS awareness and being Native intersect.

Forever Home 3/8

Mar 8, 2018

Razor Razor is an adult Lab/Chow mix Razor has been with us since 2013 after his owner died. He is a great dog, he just doesn't do so well with other animals. He is a hunter. He is a rodent destroyer. He loves kids and people and is very playful 
DaisyDaisy is a Muted Calico domestic shorthair cat. She is 12 years old and is looking for a new loving home! 

Lisa Johnson

Jessica Looman is feeling pretty good about the state of solar energy in Minnesota.

What's got the state commerce commissioner "walking on sunshine"?

Minnesota's solar capacity between 2015 and 2016 grew almost three times - to put that in perspective, the 476 megawatts added in 2017 is enough electricity to power 53,000 more homes.

Add to that declining prices, increased consumer demand and 57,000 clean energy jobs in the state, Minnesotans may be inclined to quote Timbuk 3 from back in the day: "The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades".

Many of the speakers at the Twin Ports 2018 Women's March wanted to see more inclusivity in the community and in organizing around issues of feminism and social justice.

  Trans Plus took them at their word, and the result is a joint panel discussion and community conversation tonight at the Prøve Collective.

March is Women's History month and at the American Indian Community Housing Organization, they are celebrating in a big way.

Krishna Kumar/Flickr

Having Olympians in the studio this morning got us thinking: what's the deal with competitive gardening?

Master Gardener Tom Kasper explains.

©Lisa Johnson

Several of the most magical moments of the 2018 Winter Games were created by Minnesotans.

The US Women's Hockey team beating Canada in the final game.

Man with guitar, woman playing drums, man playing bass
Stevie Twining for KUMD

For some, it was an emotional homecoming to a venue that hosted some of the most memorable moments from Duluth's music and arts scene from the '90s to the mid-2000s. For others, it was a first chance to experience music in one of Duluth's last remaining historic  theaters.


Featured Live From Studio A

Dusty Heart Joins Us Live, March 28 at 2pm


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