Twin Ports Bridge Festival

Christine Dean

Check out our session with this indie pop/rock group that got its start in Duluth from September 11, 2015. We talked about their latest project, Stories from the Road, a series of short documentaries highlighting inspiring stories of fans the band has met on tour. They also gave us some hints about their next album, due to be released song by song over the next few months along with an accompanying movie.

Cloud Cult


We wrap up our Community Week series on Northland Morning leading up to the MCCU Twin Ports Bridge Festival tonight in Bayfront Festival Park in Duluth.  We talk with Xavier Bell, the director of Community Engagement for Community Action Duluth.  A speech that he gave back in 2011 was a touchstone for Shane Bauer to create the Twin Ports Bridge Festival. 

KUMD continues our Community Week series on Northland Morning leading up to the MCCU Twin Ports Bridge Festival on Friday, September 11th.  We have a conversation with Kathy Hermes, who works for Lutheran Social Services' Duluth Youth Services, and coordinates Together for Youth, a social and support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and allied youth.

KUMD continues our Community Week series on Northland Morning leading up to the MCCU Twin Ports Bridge Festival on Friday, September 11th.  We have a conversation with Jamie Harvie, one of the organizers of the Creating Accountable Communities for Health conference happening tomorrow and Thursday at the DECC auditorium.

Nate Lindstrom

Shane Bauer of the Twin Ports Bridge Festival joined us to kick off Community Week on Northland Morning and talk about this year's theme for the festival, re-defining bullying.