MPR Cutting Ties With Longtime Business Partner Garrison Keillor : NPR

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  1. Minnesota Public Radio Cuts Ties With Garrison Keillor After Alleged Inappropriate Behavior : NPR

    Minnesota Public Radio has ended its business relationships with host Garrison Keillor following alleged inappropriate behavior. A well-known voice in public media, Keillor’s "The Writer’s Almanac" and "The Best of A Prairie Home Companion" will no longer be broadcast.

    https://www.npr.org/2017/11/29/567313578/minnesota-public-radio-cuts-ties-with-garrison-keillor-after-alleged-inappropria

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  2. Boy from the north country: Bob Dylan in Minnesota | Minnesota Public Radio News

    A new documentary from Minnesota Public Radio News explores Bob Dylan’s Minnesota roots and how they influenced the evolution of his music.

    Dylan spent his formative years in Minnesota; he was born in Duluth and raised in Hibbing. He became a folksinger in Minneapolis. A new documentary from Minnesota Public Radio News explores Dylan’s Minnesota roots and how they influenced the evolution of his music.

    In the documentary, you will hear from Leroy Hoikkala who played the drums in Dylan’s high school band, the Golden Chords. Long-time friend Dick Cohn describes Dylan playing risqué rhythm and blues in St. Paul basements when he was a teenager.

    Marilyn Matheny talks about Dylan finding his voice as a folksinger in the Minneapolis community of Dinkytown. Plus you’ll hear the story of St. Paul native Larry Kegan who was one of Dylan’s closest friends.

    http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2011/05/21/boy-from-the-north-country-bob-dylan-in-minnesota/

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  3. Business commentator Rod Oram | Nine To Noon, 11:06 am on 6 October 2015 | Radio New Zealand

    The TPPA, the Government’s new science investment strategy and banking arrangements.

    http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/201773440/business-commentator-rod-oram

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  4. Wits | 2012 Season | Minnesota Public Radio

    Wits is a live public radio show and podcast in which host John Moe brings world-class comedians, actors and musicians to the stage of the Fitzgerald Theater. Wits mixes improv, sketch comedy, conversation, music and genuine beauty.

    http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/programs/wits/

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  5. Wits | Andy Richter | 2012 Season | Minnesota Public Radio

    Minnesota Public Radio Presents Wits™, Wits™ will bring in leading humor writers, satirists and storytellers to share their work and shed some light on a wide range of topics. The show is hosted by American Public Media radio host, McSweeney’s contributor, author and humorist John Moe. Moe and his guests will weave (and unravel) conversations around topics as wide-ranging as hard work, chickens, parenting and distraction. Wits™ features musical guests for your enjoyment and invites you to join the fun on Twitter!

    http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/programs/wits/2012/richter.shtml

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    Tagged with comedy

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  6. One software engineer’s fight for transparent government | Minnesota Public Radio News

    Tony Webster, a freelance software engineer, is also one of Minnesota’s most crusading journalists, making a name for himself by advocating for open governments.

    https://www.mprnews.org/story/2017/07/03/tony-webster-interview-open-government-data-foia

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  7. Little War on the Prairie | Minnesota Public Radio News

    Little War on the Prairie

    http://minnesota.publicradio.org/projects/2012/12/dakota_war/

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  8. Mid-century modern architecture in Minnesota | Minnesota Public Radio News

    Mid-century modernism is making a comeback, and Larry Millett’s new book ‘Minnesota Modern,’ captures the history of this architecture around the state.

    http://www.mprnews.org/story/2015/12/03/bcst-books-larry-millett

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  9. The deep roots of the marriage debate

    Huffduffed from http://minnesota.publicradio.org/collections/special/2012/campaign/amendments/marriage/timeline/home/

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  10. What we can learn from ‘Scaffold’ and similar controversies | Minnesota Public Radio News

    Are major historical landmarks in Minnesota properly representing Native American history? If not, how can that change?

    https://www.mprnews.org/story/2017/06/05/what-we-can-learn-from-scaffold

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