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Tuesday, November 21 – Cows, cattle, coal and oil are all major factors in North Dakota’s economy, and they all get blamed for contributing to global warming.  Here with some perspective on those claims is Dr. Robert Howarth of Cornell University, who takes issue with papers that blame the livestock for increases in methane. ~~~ Chuck Lura of Dakota College in Bottineau shares a Natural North Dakota essay titled: “Chickadee Longevity.” ~~~ This year’s Celebration of Women and Their Music is reaching out, inviting young women from across the state to apply for their annual cash award. Joining us with the details is board member Tracy Walvatne.  The deadline to apply is December 1st.

Wednesday, November 22 – It wouldn’t be the start of the holiday season without a visit from Tim Kasper of the Blenders. In addition to the new show they’ll be touring, there’s a new CD: “Holy Night,” a collection of ten songs, a blend of new and old favorites. ~~~ Dan Hendrickson of the Better Business Bureau of North Dakota and Minnesota offers advice on this Cyber Monday, and on tomorrow’s Giving Tuesday. At give.org you can find out if a charity accredited by the BBB. ~~~ Matt Olien joins us to review “Wonder” and to give us a rundown of films now showing for this busy film-going weekend.

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