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A honeycomb covered in honey from Ames Farm

The end of October is a big time of year for Brian Fredericksen of Ames Farm. That’s about the time he loads hundreds of beehives onto a truck headed for Texas.

You’ve heard her mellifluous voice over the airwaves as the delightful and engaging host of American Public Media’s The Splendid Table, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.

Like Pharrell, Madonna and Elvis, Danny McGleno is best known around the Twin Cities by one name—Klecko, a nickname given when he was starting out as a baker. Call him a Renaissance man: He’s the CEO at St.

Asked to describe a typical workday, Minnesota Public Radio news host Kerri Miller ticks off a busy agenda, which begins as soon as she gets up in the morning.

As a shooting guard for the varsity basketball team at St. Paul Academy, as well as a member of the Fury Wilde traveling basketball team, Dalante Peyton is definitely at home on the court.

Known as a true guitarist’s guitarist and one of the most legendary acoustic players to come from Minnesota, Pat Donohue has become the gold standard for talent with his solo performances.

When asked about the Saint Paul artistic community and its foundation in Lowertown, Ta-coumba T.

Wesley So became a chess Grandmaster (GM) at age 14. Now 21, he’s a three-time Philippine National Champion and one of the biggest names in the international chess world.

Though her name may not be familiar, Ronnie Winsor’s work has touched an extraordinary number of lives.

There’s a new band in town: The Mama’s Boys—a vocalist, two guitarists and a drummer—play classic rock at shows around the lake area. Nothing too special, right?

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