We Need Your Help!
Do you listen to Centerstage
MN? The Great Northern
Radio Show? The
live broadcast of the
Bemijigamaag Powwow in April?
The Record Store Day vinyl
essays or Acoustic Stories by
historian Don Boese? These
and many other Northern
Community Radio programs are
supported by the MN Arts and
Cultural Heritage fund.
The state of MN wants us to
evaluate these programs... Help
us continue to make great
programs by taking our short
survey. Thank you!
Join the KAXE Facebook Group -
Season Watch and discuss
community arts project
led by John Bauer addressing the
aftermath of suicide.
Interviews with artists
are made possible by
the MN Arts and Cultural
The opening reception for
What's Left is Friday, Sept
4th at 4pm
MacRostie Art Center in Grand
Spawn from Jacobson shares tips on
fishing for catfish in the
Early Iron Ore Explorers
Dave Lathrop shares the story of the
first explorers looking for iron ore
deposits in NE MN
You'll find previous stories on our
29th is the annual MN music festival at the KAXE amphitheater
under the rotary tent in Grand
Rob Wheeler and the Wheeler Dealers,
I Like You,
Fattenin' Frogs and
The Slamming Doors. Music runs
from 4:30 - 10pm, gates open at 4.
Tickets available at KAXE or KBXE or
Great Northern Radio Show
show is Saturday, Sept 19th at the
Bangsburg Theare on the Bemidji
State University campus. Join Aaron
Corey Medina. Plus, northern MN
comedians Jon Roberts and Rob
Call and reserve your ticket
today 800-662-5799. Or
Volunteer Training Course
Northern Community Radio members are
invited to attend our next volunteer
training course Saturday, Sept 12th
from 10a-2p at KAXE studios in Grand
Rapids. This one day training
will teach you how NCR operates and
On The River. Call to
reserve your spot today.
Local Foods and pests
Professor of Entomology, Chris
Phillips from UoM's
NCROC shared these two
sites for those interested in
learning more about good and bad
insects and how to manage them.
Poets read their own work every
weekday at 7:40am and again at 11am.
It includes both established poets
and students as writers and readers.
You can listen to
Love Game by Laura Hansen.
What We're Reading
interactive feature by Tammy Bobrowsky.
Share book reviews,suggestions and
feedback. Join the KAXE/KBXE
What We're Reading or on
You can listen to the new segment
Phenology with John Latimer
You can see more photos on our
Facebook. Join in the fun and share
your observations for signs of fall
We are looking for a
baby snapping turtle
for a special education project. If
you know of one please call
800.662.5799 or email us.
Bemidji Rocking The Boat
In Bemidji, Natives and
non-Natives have been working
for decades to focus attention
on the root causes of racial
Melissa Townsend from
MN Native News tells the
story of their progress.
Historian Don Boese
begins a new series on life in the
first iron mines on the Mesabi
Range. The stories were collected in
the 1960's by Oliver Mining
employee, James Steel.
Check here to hear and download
his segments and other history
segments about northern Minnesota.
the latest history segments on
our audio highlights page!
Stories that Matter
Hemphill covers the environmental
impact of sulfates on wild rice, you
can also hear our Pipeline Stories
from Britt Aamodt
Produced and hosted by volunteer and
retired wildlife biologist Jim
Where have you been paddling this
une in Friday afternoons from 2 to 4pm and Saturdays from 5-7pm with Tom
Sippola for an exploration of music
by Minnesota talent and ideas on
where to see live music! Tell us
about your favorite MN firstname.lastname@example.org.
Album of the Week
Help us help Harry Hutchins
Long time member and contributor to
Northern Community Radio, and forest
ecologist, Harry Hutchins needs new
kidney. If you need
more info or want to talk with
contact us! 800-662-5799.