Sandra Brick

Where's Art? with Annie Dugan - "history doesn't repeat itself, but it does rhyme"

The Lest We Forget traveling show opens this evening at the Duluth Art Institute this evening, Holocaust Remembrance Day. There will be an artist talk at the opening reception beginning at 5pm . The Soap Factory is holding an informational session Thursday for folks who might be interested in a summer residency in Sweden. The Art of Ubuntu opens Friday: a "weekend of art, music, poetry, spoken word and dance centered on the theme ' The Art of Ubuntu: I Am Because We Are ,'" as does a new...

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4/14 Live From Studio A: Holidae

We welcomed this Minneapolis synth-pop duo to the studio on April 14, 2017. They performed the same night at the Rex as part of Ellipsis Presents: A Twin Cities Takeover, which also included Chris Koza and the Blind Shake.

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MN Reads: "Sky Blue Water" edited by Jay D. Peterson and Collette A. Morgan

A friend's collection of mystery stories by Minnesota authors sparked this collection of short stories for young readers. Editors Jay Peterson and Collette Morgan discovered, too, that just because a reader is young doesn't mean they're not thinking about what they read. Sky Blue Water includes a Q&A between kids and the contributing authors, as well as discussion and writing prompts for classrooms or book groups.

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Features music from Dar Williams, John Gorka, Jorma Kaukonen and more.

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Peter Mayer, Stuart Davis, Low, and more.

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Our in-studio session with singer/songwriter Joanna James from March 3rd 2006

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Chris Koza and Beau Kinstler join us in the studio Friday, Feb. 24 at 1pm to preview their show at Beaner's Central.

Chris Koza and Beau Kinstler join us in the studio Friday, Feb. 24 at 1pm to preview their show at Beaner's Central.

Thursday, March 2nd at 4pm.

Get ready for a great jazz session with saxophonist Frank Morgan and pianist George Cables. It's a preview of their Friday, March 3rd concert at the Weber Music Hall at UMD.

Listen to our archived session with Nordic Voices, recorded at the Weber Music Hall on Feb. 24th.

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Featured Live From Studio A

Dance Attic joins us on Friday, April 28 at 2pm

Pile

KUMD Album Review: Pile

Pile | A Hairshirt of Purpose Pile, born in Boston straight from the mind of frontman Rick Maguire, has garnered some attention as one of the city’s newest indie rock bands on the rise. Their fifth release, A Hairshirt of Purpose , is the band’s first attempt at a cohesive album. Unlike the compilation of disjointed hits that made up previous attempts, Pile’s latest has a thin narrative shackling the songs together.

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KUMD Event Photos

Check out photos of Trampled By Turtles at Bayfront and more!