Get to know Minnesota all over again
Our stations know Minnesota. That’s because Ampers is a collection of 17 independent community radio stations across our great state. From the North Shore of Lake Superior to the city streets of Minneapolis. From the Blue Earth River near Mankato to the natural beauty of Grand Rapids, we’ve got Minnesota covered.
Ampers stations have long been airing the artistic and cultural heritage of Minnesota. Thanks to funding from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund, we’re now able to create more great programs and share those offerings with you.
So take a few minutes to enjoy some of the hundreds of shows and segments on this site. Come back often. We’ll be adding more every day.
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Anishinaabe Way: Louise ThomasLouise Thomas is the owner of the Anisnabae Art Gallery in Thunder Bay, Ontario. In this segment Louise talks about the recent expansion of the gallery, which has moved into a new space around the corner. She also describes the beginnings of the Woodland style of art and the generations of artists who have found inspiration in the work of Norval Morrisseau and her husband, Roy Thomas.
Tramping Around the Ruins of OlympiaThis Women's Words from KUMD features Terry Falsani of Duluth, reading her poem, "Olympia."
Urban Boatbuilders creates positive change in youth through building boatsMarc Hosmer is executive director of Urban Boatbuilders, a St. Paul-based nonprofit that works with schools, community organizations, and correction facilities to help ...
The MillAndrew and Alma Hedstrom founded Hedstrom Lumber in 1914. In this edition of WTIP's ongoing historical series, Moments in Time, their son, Herb, ...