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Green Visions: can emotions stack up on a map?

Anyone who's ever fallen in love or had their heart broken can tell you exactly where it happened. And what places they seek out or avoid as a result. So it's no real surprise that Rebecca Krinke's "Emotional Cartography" project to explore the intersection of place and emotion resonated with so many people.

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2/13 Live From Studio A: Reina del Cid

This Twin Cities indie folk/rock artist recently released her third album, Rerun City . She and her longtime guitarist Toni Lindgren join us in the studio on Tuesday, February 13 at 2pm. They perform the following night at Papa Charlie's in Lutsen. Reina del Cid Papa Charlie's

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Incentives help diversity efforts reach wider audience

The theme is "Creating Inclusive Communities." Tomorrow's (2/21/18) UMD Summit on Equity, Race, and Ethnicity is an all day, 30-workshop conversation on "ways in which we can work together to create more equitable communities on campus and in the Twin Ports."

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Duluth - Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council

The MIC (Metropolitan Interstate Council) has been putting together a long-term Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Bikeways Plan - a system of safe, coordinated, on-street bike routes to support bicycling as a transportation option for people of all ages and abilities.

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 2/2

Feb 2, 2018
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The Big Wu with Black River Revue*
Rockin' Blues and Soul bands deliberately pour their heart and soul out for you and expect nothing in return. Truly selfless individuals
Red Herring
Friday, February 2 | 9 PM | $15 | 21+

Only in the Northland.

Only in a town that a mere 22 years ago celebrated -39 below would a few folks decide to throw a modest little four-day celebration and have it turn into an entire month of revelry, pop-ups, activities, events, deals and more.

Cold Front February is moving through all month.

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A lot of folks still remember where they were on the February 2 in 1996 when Tower hit a record -60 below zero and Duluth recorded -39.

But do you remember where you were a week later when the temp jumped 84 degrees?

Tia Salmela Keobounpheng

Former Duluthian Tia Salmela Keobounpheng opens a new exhibit at the Duluth Art Institute on Thursday, January 11 called "100 days: Tia Keobounpheng."  

Minnesota Historical Society

If the committee had seen Bob Dylan's high school poetry, would he still have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2016?

For better or worse, they didn't, but Dylan fans will be able to see some of the Dylan poetry canon (circa Hibbing High School, 1956) later this month at the Minnesota Historical Society.

NorShor Theatre

If a building could sigh, the new NorShor Theatre in downtown Duluth has been waiting to exhale for decades.

Finally ready to make it's debut - again (Temple Opera House 1869, Orpheum Theatre 1910, NorShor Theatre 1940 and a number of others between 1974 and 2010) -  the NorShor has been lovingly restored and upgraded over millions of dollars and countless hours since June of 2016.

This morning, we talk to the man who probably knows the theatre best.

Forever Home 2/1

Feb 1, 2018

Penny

This is Penny. Penny is a female Boxer/ Shepherd mix. She is about 4 yrs old and has been with us since 2015. Penny was brought in as a stray and her owner didn't want her. She is a staff favorite.

Aztec

Meet Aztec! He is a 10 year old brown tabby cat looking for a loving home!

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Anders Osborne Ticket Giveaway

Tune in on Friday, February 23 to Win Tickets to see Anders Osborne

The Hunt for the Frozen 45

Find the golden Frozen 45 and bring it back to the radio station to claim the reward!

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Fox & Coyote Joins Us Live, March 14 at 2pm

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