Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Now Hear This! Recent Audio Highlights from KAXE

Just in case you missed anything (or maybe something you didn't even know about!):
The KKK in the Itasca County
We talk with Brian Vroman, Philosophy Instructor at Itasca Community College, about the history Ku Klux Klan in Itasca County in the 1920s. Get more of Our History here.
Independent Community Gardening
Laurie and Jerry Priener talked with us from their farm near Stony Lake, SE of Park Rapids, about their 3rd year producing local food and upgrading to a CSA. If you're interested in buying a share, call 218-732-1376 Get more stories on our Local Food page.
A Talk on the Wild Side
Exhausted from a hurried bike ride to the studio, Harry Hutchins talks with John Latimer about Juncos and this odd March weather... Get more nature news on The Phenology page.
Ojibwemowin: Nigaane Students Go To The Sugarbush
Students, teachers and parents in the Nigaane (NEE gah nay) Ojibwe language immersion program at the Bug O Nay Ge Shig School in Bena recently spent a few days in a sugarbush on the Leech lake Reservation. They tapped trees, and collected and boiled sap into syrup. Scott Hall went with them one day and has this report…Click here to see more pictures..., and get more on our Ojibwemowin page.
All Things Equine
Bobbie talked with T.J. Clibborn about wild mustangs and the program he is in to train one. T.J. Clibborn was born in New South Wales, Australia. His background includes: training, show jumping, rodeo, and horse racing. He has worked in Australia, Japan, Europe and the United States. You can visit his website at
Petz Saddle Club
Get ready for girl oriented happiness...The Binary Boys are grooming and trotting with Petz Saddle Club... more info at The Binary Boys.

Aaron Brown on Brushes with the Law
Aaron says that
driving really fast requires less planning than better time managment.. Get more contributions and stories at the Between You and Me page.

Guido on Brushes with the Law
Don't take away Guido's plastic cap-gun or he'll just use a hammer and then go to a peace march...
. Get more contributions and stories at the Between You and Me page.

The Last Word on Brushes with the Law
Unlike times in our history, the cops are now our friends...Get more contributions and stories at the Between You and Me page.
What's for Breakfast with Debbie in Puposky
We talk with KAXE Member Debbie Warne-Jacobson from Puposky - she hadn't had her daily 48oz of Green Smoothie...yet. Get to know more members better on our What's For Breakast page.

SisterSong with Shannon Murray
Shannon Murray on the 3rd Annual SisterSong: A Celebration of Women and Their Music, March 27th at Wild Rose in Bemidji.
More info on SisterSong at Here more interviews with MN musicians on the Centerstage MN page.

Erika's weekly ipod pick
14 year old Erika Kooda gives us her glee-ful weekly ipod pick. Erika has supported KAXE on her own for at least three years, using her babysitting and birthday money to support her favorite radio station. The future of KAXE is much brighter with Erika as a volunteer!
Julie Klassen "The Silent Governess"
Julie Klassen about her book of historical fiction that's been nominated for a Minnesota Book Award, "The Silent Governess." Listen to more interview, and check out the RealGoodBlog on the RealGoodWords page.

Jewels-in-Fiber with Marion Hunziger-Larsen
The unusual Jewels-In-Fiber art by Marion Hunziger-Larsen. Marion will present a program about her work and that of other fiber artists this Friday night at the Beltrami Electric Cooperative Room in Bemidji ( ). You can see examples of her work here and at her web site,
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