In April and May on Prairie Pulse: Plains Art Museum Executive Director Andy Maus (4/1); Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler (4/8); ND Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman (4/15); Kevin Iverson, North Dakota Census Office (4/22); and NDSU Researcher Christina Weber (4/29); Fargo Children’s Book Author Crystal Vaagen (5/6); University of Mary Political Science Professor Dr. Mark Springer (5/13); State Historical Society of North Dakota Director Claudia Berg (5/20). Tune in Fridays at 7:30, and watch past shows online.
In April and May on Prairie Mosaic: The hypnotic work of Jeffery Zachmann, an Industrial Revolution museum in Lowell MA, Terry Jelsing building the “Spirit Wall,” the poetry and music of Lines&Notes, James J. Hill’s Railroad Empire, Music by Elisa Korenne, a Dakota Indian who protected Sarah Wakefield, Mille Lacs Indian Museum, and a Duet by Chris Kachian and Davis Jenkins (4/18); Minnesota-born Politician A.C. Townley, Singer/Songwriter Elisa Korenne, Poetry Out Loud, and Carluster Crumblebee Orchestra (5/2); Glassblower Jon Offutt, Grass Roots of Minnesota Politics, Singer/Songwriter Elisa Korenne, and Mary Marshall Quintet (5/16); Sculptor Paul Olson, the Time Span Museum in Scotland, the historical story of Alexander McKenzie, and musician Andra Suchy (5/23). Watch past shows online.
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