Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Now Hear This! Recent Audio Highlights from KAXE

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1836 Murder of Alfred Aitken
Barry Babcock, a local historian from LaPort about the murder of Alfred Aitken in 1836 and its impact. Click here for more stories on Our History.

Nichole Rohlfsen and Farming on Campus
Nichole, a senior at St. Olaf College talked about the work she is doing at an on-campus farm that produced food for students. Get more info on local food at the Local Food Report page.

Old Trees
On a Talk on the Wild Side, Harry gets sappy for old trees. Get more nature news and info at The Phenology Page.

You Had To Be There
You just wouldn't understand why "What? You didn't like the other one?" is so funny. Check out more on the Between You and Me page.

Family Lingo with Guido
Guido shares some of the phrases shared within his "notoriously large" family... Check out more on the Between You and Me page.

It Is What It Is
Lately, Aaron Brown has been repeated a certain frase. Check out more in Aaron's blog

What's for Breakfast with Dawn in Brainerd
We asked Dawn Stattine the most important question of all, "Martinis or gravy?" Hear more conversation with KAXE members on the What's For Breakfast page.

The Otter Spotters
"Otter Spotters: A Wildlife Adventure in Alaska" by Judy Swain Garshelis, she and her husband spent over a year in the remote near Prince William Sound in Alaska, studying the breeding and eating and general movements of sea otters.Check our more author interviews with Heidi Holtan on the RealGoodWords page.

Linger in Shadows
This is one of the best arguments to say that video games can be art...but what the hell is going on? Check out more video game reviews on the Binary Boys page.

Making History Meaningful
Author James Loewen on teaching history in a way that is exciting and relevant. Loewen is the author of "Lies My Teacher Told Me". This interview is based on his new book, "Teaching What Really Happened: How to Avoid the Tyranny of Textbooks and Get Students Excited About Doing History".

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