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Archive for the ‘Radio’ Category


The Quest for the Perfect Bagel

Will this Twin Cities’ bagel maven ever find her New York-style bagel fix?


The weehouse comes to Linden Hills

A pre-fab house arrives in the neighborhood.


Interview with Gilead author, Marilynne Robinson

Pulitzer Prize winner, Marilynne Robinson, discusses her novel, Gilead, and why she writes.


A refugee camp springs up in Minneapolis

Doctors Without Borders staff educates visitors in an unusual way.


Local Somalis help educate students in Minnesota, and Kenya

A local non-profit focuses on Somali education at home and abroad.


Torture survivor advocates call for change

A local non-profit marks the 20th anniversary of the International Convention Against Torture.


Farmers’ markets boom across Minnesota

A look at the newest area farmer’s market, Mill City Market.


Chinese lessons take students far

Minneapolis high schoolers return from their trip to China.


Young farmer shares new vision for Hmong farming

The trials of one young female Hmong –American dedicated to learning how to farm.


Valerie Kaur’s Search for America after 9/11

Valerie Kaur was shocked when a Sikh man was killed after 9/11 because his assailants mistook his turban as a sign of terrorism. Kaur traveled across the U.S., documenting the experiences of Sikh-Americans after 9/11 through film.