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The Legendary Saint Paul Winter Carnival has been celebrating the cold for 130 years.
Award winning journalist, and PBS icon Bill Moyers reflects upon his fascinating career.
Where will the Trav-L-ator take you?
The University of St. Thomas, shares its musical artistry with audiences nationwide.
Recorded at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, MN on Dec. 5 & 6, 2014.
This event focuses on encouraging girls in STEM fields.
Poet and author Patricia Smith discusses and reads from her extensive work.
Did you know that Minnesota can lay claim to the world's largest ball of twine?
This poem is from Lee’s American Book Award winning book “Whorled.”
Minnesota’s first Poet Laureate recites a poem about his relationship with his father.
The co-founders of the MN Spoken Word Association perform multi-dimensional work.
A Minnesota writer reads a poem about her beloved Mississippi River.
A Duluth poet writes something he calls a prose poem.
A Twin Cities playwright and poet explores her immigrant childhood verse.
A Minnesota writer’s love of the prairie is expressed in a poetic essay.
A Minnesota poet was inspired by Maya Angelou’s poem “Extraordinary Woman.”
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