Shawna Weaver

Green Visions: nature makes us feel better

When we heard on Earthwise Radio this week that communing with nature makes us feel better , it probably wasn't a surprise. But the why might surprise you. Who woulda thunk that it's the structured, predictable nature of, well, nature that appeals to us?

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This Is Why Not: Finding Hope and Resilience in Troubled Times: put down the phone and listen

Do you have five people you can talk to? Really talk to? How do you find them - as a young person or an adult? And how can you become that person for someone else? Additional Resources: Crisis Hotlines:
218-723-0099 – Crisis line, Amberwing (Essentia Health)
1-800-634-8775 (toll free) – Minnesota crisis line, Human Development Center
218-749-2881 or 1-800-450-2273 (toll free) –...

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Join us for an in-studio session with this Texas artist on Friday, May 5th at 1pm. It's a preview of her 9pm show at Amazing Grace Bakery and Cafe.

Tish Hinojosa joins us for an hour of music and conversation in anticipation of her show at Amazing Grace.

Friday, April 14th at 1pm

David Boone is a singer/songwriter from Missoula, Montana who'll join us in the studio for a preview of his show at Beaner's Central.

Friday, June 16th at 3pm

Formerly of the acclaimed Minnesota bluegrass band Stoney Lonesome, Chris Silver is a talented songwriter, guitarist and mandolin player who now fronts his own band. They'll be in our studios to preview their show at Beaner's Central.

Listen to our session with this singer/songwriter duo from July 20th, 2006.

Justin Roth:

Chris Cunningham:

Thursday, April 13th at 1pm

Join us for an in-studio session with Eric Bering & Josh Herbert.

Wednesday, May 10th at 3pm

Local singer/songwriter Mary Bue and Twin Cities duo Tuesday's Robot join us in the studio for a preview of their show at Amazing Grace.

Saturday, May 27th at noon, Live from the Weber Music Hall

Join us for a session with musicians who played on Bob Dylan's "Blood on the Tracks" album.

We continue our tribute to Bob Dylan with a session featuring the Twin Cities musicians who played on Bob Dylan's "Blood on the Tracks" album. Join us at the Weber Music Hall on the UMD campus on Saturday, May 27th at noon. It's a preview of the band's show at 7pm at the Hibbing High School auditorium as part of the Dylan Days celebration.

The "Blood on the Tracks" band includes Kevin Odegard, Chris Weber, Bill Berg, Peter Ostroushko, Gregg Inhofer, and Billy Peterson.
Dylan Days info

Listen to our session with this Juilliard-trained jazz harpist from Friday, May 19th 2006.

April 1st, 2006.

Listen to our session with local band Cloud Cult.


60th Anniversary Tickets

Featured Live From Studio A

Mary Bue joins us on Wednesday, June 7 at 2pm

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