There is really not a nut big enough to decribe our experience with StoryCorps. They pulled into town, parked the Airstream trailer, and became a part of our lives.
They biked, hiked, swam, laughed, ate, boated, were on the radio and most importantly, LISTENED to what we, as Northern Minnesotans, had to say.
A portion of the recordings done in Grand Rapids were given to KAXE - so in the weeks and months ahead you will hear the intimate stories that people told, under the comfortable lights of the StoryCorps booth. People talked about wild ricing, raising children, losing family members, jobs, heartbreaks, achievements... you name it, we talked about it!
Thanks so much to Sara, Alex, Sasha, Naomi and Carl for being a part of our lives, and listening to our stories. These will all be sent on to the National Archives at the Library of Congress as a record of what it is like to live here at this time.
Check out the StoryCorps facilitator blog to see what they thought of us!
KAXE - A Community's Radio Station
The Ham Shack
The Phenology Guy
Bob Dylan's English Teacher
The booth moved to Peoria, Illinois last week and our loss is their gain. We miss you guys! Come back anytime!
If you had a chance to be a part of StoryCorps while they were here, let us know what you thought...and let us know if you think KAXE should carry on the tradition of StoryCorps in the future...
Okee Dokee - Sorry KACE, it's all about the G and the X and the Y means millennial- -neighbor goner. Sounds familiar, doesn't it? 445 Wacouta
3 months ago