Split Rock Lighthouse is easing into its century status. It began operating in 1910 and was celebrated throughout 2010 to mark its 100th anniversary.
Dr. Eoin McKiernan talks about what it means to be Irish.
Scrapes and cuts help fine tune the violin.
Duluthians barely notice the deafening whistles and fog horn blasts that are part of area shipping, but the boats, and their sounds, remain a big draw for tourists.
Traditions are passed down at North House Folk School.
More than a surfin' bird.
Otherworldly sounds groaned out of digger trucks, crushers, and explosions.
Even when the house is empty, the inside of St. Paul's Ordway Theater is a sight to behold. From the stage, plush seats fill your line of sight row after row and extend to a third balcony.
A horseback ride to commemorate 38 hanged Dakota warriors.
A brief history of the deflating dome.
Cantus performs in a not so likely MPR space.
What does the inside of a sculpture sound like? Close your eyes and let Cantus lead the way.
Ron Dellum discusses America's Socialist health care system.
Gangsters, mushrooms, and Cantus. Singing in the caves
The men of Cantus take their voices out of the concert hall and under a bridge.