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Thursday, November 27 – On this special Thanksgiving edition of Main Street, we celebrate the region’s heritage. We start with rich musical traditions of the Germans from Russia with “We Always had to Sing: German-Russian Music in the Old Days.” It’s collaboration between Prairie Public and the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection at NDSU. We follow that up with the medical folklore of the prairie from the book Sundogs and Sunflowers: Folklore and Folk Art of the Northern Great Plains, compiled and edited by Dr. Timothy Kloberdanz and Troyd Geist. Dr. Kloberdanz, formerly of NDSU, is a retired professor of anthropology and sociology. Geist is the North Dakota State Folklorist, working for the North Dakota Humanities Council.
Friday, November 28 – Day of Listening is a retail-free alternative to Black Friday. This StoryCorps initiative focuses on the art of listening. We’re taking a cue from StoryCorps to bring you few favorite pieces, including world-renowned cellist Matt Haimovitz and the brilliant essayist Kevin Kling. Chef Rosey stops by, with idea for Thanksgiving leftovers.
Monday, December 1 – “Cattitude: The Art of Cool Cat Photography” is a book featuring the whimsical cat photography of Nancy Hendrickson from the 1920s and 30s. Hendrickson sold her photos to publications like the New York Times and the Minneapolis Tribune. The compilation of Hendrickson’s work has been prepared by writer Kim Jondahl, our guest. ~~~ Jobs in the oil and gas industry are six times more dangerous than the average American job. To help address those risks, a new training center is in the works. The Wind River Job Corps Center in Wyoming is the first in the nation to focus on the energy industry. Leigh Paterson with our Inside Energy team reports. ~~~ In today’s Natural North Dakota segment, Chuck Lura discusses the many benefits of beavers. ~~~ The Blenders are once again touring a Christmas show. Tim Kasper stops by with an update.
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