It’s another night back in the dorm room for your hosts and their favorite college band. Rich and Danny continue their exploration of R.E.M.’s music. While revelling in the rediscovery of a band they both loved in their much younger days, they discuss the importance of Mike Mills to the group, Michael Stipe’s willful mumbling, […]
Northfield Superintendent of Schools Dr. Matt Hillmann discusses the areas where he is putting particular emphasis among his outlined responsibilities during the current school year.
Two of the organizers of the Dundas Oktoberfest, Rev. Penny Bonsell of Little Prairie United Methodist Church, and Tom Hollenhorst, member of the Bavarian Musikmeisters, provide details about activities at the event to be held on Saturday, September 23.
Northfield Mayor Rhonda Pownell and City Administrator Ben Martig review the September 19 City Council meeting. Topics include the preliminary budget, preliminary tax levy, and issuance of $18 million in general obligation utility revenue bonds for wastewater and storm water treatment.
Northfield High School Principal Shane Baier, PE/Health teacher Leah Sand, and student athletes Camden Kaiser and Grace McCoshen talk about the high school LEAD (Leadership, Excellence, Adaptability and Development) program.
Andrea Sivanich of Laura Baker Services Association provides information about the 5th Annual Flannel Gala fundraiser on Thursday, September 21 at Armory Square Event Center from 5 pm – 8 pm.
Dina Fesler and Betsy Lane-Getaz provide information about the UN International Day of Peace on Thursday, September 21, 5-7pm at Central Park in Northfield. There will be food, music, activities and education to learn about the U.N.'s goals for sustainable development and about organizations making a difference locally.
Kathy Jasnoch, Executive Director of Prairie’s Edge Humane Society, talks about the Walk for the Animals fundraiser to be held on Saturday, September 23, 9am-noon, at Sechler Park in Northfield.
It’s all about Volleyball under the tutelage of Former and New Head Coach Elizabeth Larson. After 14 years, Tim Tortenson steps down and former coach, from 2000-2007, Larson resumes the position. What’s next for the Raiders Volleyball Team as they start the season 7-3. Liz Campbell and Evan Loe interview Volleyball Captains Lucy Larson and […]
Michael Lander of the Lander Group, a group that specializes in real estate redevelopment, talks about his involvement with the redevelopment of the Archer House site and the site at 5th and Washington Street for the new municipal liquor store.
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes guests from the Northfield Arts Guild. First, we'll preview upcoming Cannon Valley Regional Orchestra concerts September Serenade and the November concert ATMOSPHERES with conductor Paul Niemisto and violinist Clark Ohnesorge. In the second segment director Pauline Jennings and singers Nate and Laurie Page will tell us about CASTastrophe 4 – The Movie Musical edition. September Serenade – Paul Niemisto, conductor, […]
City Administrator Ben Martig discusses the dismissed lawsuit brought against the City of Northfield, Mayor Rhonda Pownell and members of the City Council regarding a referendum on the funding and bond sales for the 2023 street construction projects.
Commemorating the 11th anniversary of the most amicable breakup in history, Rich and Danny dig deep into the R.E.M. catalogue to reconnect with a band that both of them have loved since their days at St. Olaf College. Rich is so happy to be doing this show, that he is not bothered by on single […]
Tara Berndt, Kelly Street and Rich Larson provide information about Northfield Shares An Evening of Entertainment – LIVE to be held on September 16 at the Estenson Barn in Northfield. For tickets and information, visit northfieldshares.org.
Ever had something not go to plan? Laura Diaz Freeland has, too. Laura is the author of the upcoming motherhood origin story, Not What I Had in Mind, as well as a writer and advocate for periviable babies, and she's here to talk all about the curve balls motherhood (and life) can throw at you. When she went into labor at just over 22 weeks, Laura's world changed in an instant. Welcoming very premature twins wasn't how she envisioned stepping into motherhood. Over 200 days in the NICU later--and a rollercoaster of emotions to go with it--Laura walks readers through the world of the premature parent, and how she found strength in her struggle. We talk: + What it was like going into labor at 22 weeks + How grief can look + How trauma can shape your belief in God + “The messy middle” + Advice for parents of premature babies + The supplements she gave her twins to boost their gut health ...and much more! Pre-order Laura's book HERE, and check out her blog HERE. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wegottatalkwithsonni/support
Lieutenant Amber Chavie and Cadet Chief Sergeants Isaac Clark and Robert Schmitz of the Stanton Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol provide information about the Civil Air Patrol and their upcoming Open House on Tuesday, September 19, 6-8 pm at Stanton Airfield.
Northfield City Administrator Ben Martig discusses the September 12 City Council work session. Topics include potential removal of the Ames Mill Dam, 2024 street projects, preliminary budget and tax levy.
Angelica Linder and Francisco Murillo of the Northfield Public Library provide information about Hispanic Heritage Month and events during the 2023 Hispanic Heritage Celebration on Saturday, September 16, 11:00am-5:00pm at Central Park in Northfield.
Dundas City Administrator Jenelle Teppen talks about the September 11 City Council meeting during which the preliminary general fund budget and tax levy were approved, and provides information about Dundas Oktoberfest on September 23.
Local author and filmmaker Benjamin Percy talks about the launch of his new novel THE SKY VAULT, the final installment in the epic Comet Cycle trilogy. A celebration of the launch, along with musical guest Ray Coudret with Fred the Bear, will be held at the Grand Event Center in Northfield on Tuesday, September 12th […]
We’re off and running again with Nicole Porath of the Girls Cross Country team. Captains Claira Menson and Nora Clairs join her to talk state aspirations for the team this year. A verbal volley debut’s with Head Coach of the Girls Tennis team, Beth LaCanne. Senior Cora McBroom, #1 singles player talks about this year’s […]
Patrick Lyons of DNVR wrote about Kyle Freeland's 2023 performance and we take a look at some of the the numbers from his season. What trends worry us and what about that run support? One thing is for sure, Freeland still plays a vital role on this team, and you can't ignore his off the field impact. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Hayes Scriven, former Director of the Northfield Historical Society, has returned for the Defeat of Jesse James Days 75th Anniversary. He reminisces about his time in Northfield and talks about his current position as Site Manager of the Split Rock Lighthouse.
Kevin Korbel and Jamieson Lindquist of Lonsdale talk about launching their new ice cream company Udder Buddies. You can find their ice cream locally at Ziggy’s in Northfield and at the Craft Fair during Defeat of Jesse James Days.
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes Karla Hartmann, Lakeville Area Arts Center Program Coordinator (retired) to celebrate 20 years of arts in Lakeville and to preview the Lakeville Art Festival. https://lakevilleartscenterfriends.org/art-festival/ Lakeville Art Festival, 20965 Holyoke Avenue, Lakeville, Minnesota Saturday, 16 September 10AM – 5PM; Sunday, 17 September 10AM – 4PM juried & emerging artwork […]
Hosts Christopher Chapp and Rich Larson discuss the state of the 2024 Presidential election 14 months before Election Day with Professor Christopher Galdieri of St. Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire.
Host Alex Pierson speaks with Tom Korski, Managing Editor of Blacklocks Reporter, about the Bank of Canada pausing it's interest rate hike but gas prices could hike interest rates this fall ''if needed,'' food costs continue to rise faster than the headline inflation rate, Statistics Canada figures showed yesterday, and Canada did not follow up any of more than 27,000 consumer complaints it received against banks in the past five years, Access TO Information records show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
No one is more surprised by this topic than the guy who created the show, but here it is. Rich moves aside so that Danny can host a show with his old friend Mike Stiles. Danny has worked for Mike in the Minnesota Twins box office – going back to the days in the Metrodome […]
National League West is not an easy division, certainly not for the Colorado Rockies who simply haven't had an answer this season and entered with zero series wins against the division. Arizona Diamondbacks played like a team vying for a place in the postseason and the San Francisco Giants, the Rox opponents this weekend, are in a similar boat. Kyle Freeland was effective without his best stuff, Ezequiel Tovar joined Brenton Doyle and Nolan Jones with his 10th stolen base and Cole Tucker was welcomed back onto the roster. Are we concerned about Freeland's loss in velocity? What does it mean to have a trio of base stealers? Will Nick Mears or Cole Tucker have more impact in 2024? The DNVR Rockies Podcast welcomes back Kenneth Weber of Purple Row to discuss exactly why certain ballplayers were trending yesterday and determine which insane sounding baseball events are actually real. Kyle Freeland finds a win with fastball velocity and run support down by Patrick Lyons An ALLCITY Network Production PARTY WITH US: http://bit.ly/3D9aqH1 ALL THINGS DNVR: https://linktr.ee/dnvrsports SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/DNVR_Sports BUY GOLDEN ERA: https://www.triumphbooks.com/golden-e... WIN MONEY THROUGH SPLASH SPORTS: https://splashsports.com/dnvr Visit https://www.breckenridgedistillery.co... for your chance to win Breckenridge Distillery prizes AND Broncos tickets!! Head to https://factormeals.com/dnvrrox50 and use code dnvrrox50 to get 50% off. Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code DNVR for $20 off your first purchase. AG1 is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Just visit https://drinkAG1.com/ROCKIES and enter promo code “Rockies” Use Code: DNVR for 50% off 2 or more pairs of polarized sunglasses at https://ShadyRays.com Check out https://pinsandaces.com and use code DNVR to receive 15% off your first order and get free shipping. Check out FOCO merch and collectibles here https://foco.vegb.net/DNVR and use promo code “DNVR” for 10% off your order on all non Pre Order items. Go to https://saturdayneon.com and use code DNVR for 10% off your order today. When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, host Jon Olson talks with Dr. Ryan Berg, who heads the Americas Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). They discuss an American Grand Strategy for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Consultants Bruce Jacobson and Bob Close provide updates on planning for downtown/riverfront and Bridge Square redevelopment as well as upcoming meetings for public input.
Northfield Mayor Rhonda Pownell and City Administrator Ben Martig talk about the September 5 City Council meeting and the budget work session.
Sean Allen, Executive Director of the Northfield Historical Society, talks about the new exhibit at the museum for the Defeat of Jesse James Days 75th anniversary.
Attorney David Ludescher talks about a lawsuit filed against the City on behalf of a citizens’ group relating to the City Council’s dismissal of a petition filed by 1,100 citizens for a reverse referendum involving street projects and bike lanes.
Sam Temple, Executive Director for Northfield Public Broadcasting, provides information on programs available on NPB. For more information, visit the NPB website.
Ruuun Forest, Ruuun! We kick off the Boy’s Cross Country Team this week on the Wrap. Head Coach, Janet Smith rolls in to talk about the great expectations of this years 60 member squad. Brent Yule, Head Coach of the Raiders football team joins us to discuss their season opener versus Mankato West and hopes […]
It’s short and sweet as we kick off the fall season. Evan Loe and Liz Campbell interview Senior standout and SDSU Jack Rabbits D1 commit, Kyan Rauk of the Raider Football team on Meet the Raider. Odds and ends and other nonsense round out the program for the day due to late cancelations. John Mahal […]
This week Rich and Danny had plans to honor Kelly Clarkson, until Laura Meyers and Kristi Pursell decided they could do a better show and, once again, just took the whole thing over. Do you like your power pop and R&B served with a side of Female Empowerment? Well, then this is absolutely the show […]
Host Jon Olson and Professor Anthony Lott from the Department of Political Science at the College of St. Olaf discuss current crisis areas around the world.