Friday, May 18, 2007

Morning Show highlights for May 21-25

Dylan Days starts Wednesday in Hibbing with the first Midwest showing of the documentary "Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan", 7 o'clock, at the Hibbing Community College Theatre.

This Monday morning KAXE's Aaron Brown reviews a jam-packed week of Dylan Days events, including Maria Muldaur in concert at the awesome Hibbing High School Auditorium, 7 o'clock, Saturday night. You've heard Maria's music on KAXE over the last 31 years, including her 2006 CD, "Heart of Mine: The Love Songs of Bob Dylan".

Maria will be John and Heidi's guest on Friday morning.

Also on Monday: Peg Julson from the state "Firewise" program talks about the growing threat posed by wildfires as people move into areas of the northland that not so long ago were uninhabited; the legendary, omnipotent, blasphemous Binary Boys review another video game; DNR wildlife biologist, Pam Perry reports on her ongoing survey of wildlife habitat on Cass County lakes; and birder Molly Hoffman shares her recordings of the courtship hoots of some barred owls.

Tuesday morning: wild times with John Latimer and the Phenology network, Bobbie Kleffman on All Things Equine; and Bryan Stenlund returns. Bryan and Marlene Stenlund and their son, Kai, spent three weeks in February in India at a retreat studying Hindu meditation. Bryan will tell us about it Tuesday morning at 8:10.

Wednesday: Maggie gives us an update on building a local food network; the President of MN Waters, Bruce Johnson, on shoreline restoration, clean water, and those exotic critters and plants invading our lakes and streams; Don Boese continues to chronicle the rise of the Roman Empire; and John and Bogey Bob hone your golf game on Diamonds in the Rough.

Thursday morning we'll talk to World war Two veteran, Larry Houg. Larry will tell us about the Veterans' Memorial site in Bemidji and the effort to bring a VA Clinic to Bemidji.

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