EPISODE 30: Duck, Duck, Grey Duck

Why is it “duck, duck, grey duck” in Minnesota and nowhere else? We ask a real live university professor to find out. Click here to listen.

Music courtesy of/contains a sample of Jahzzar—“Avientu”—via the Free Music Archive

EPISODE 29: The B-Dulls

Minnesota had its very own homegrown pop supergroup, don’tcha know? Click here to listen to today’s episode.
Contains a sample of “And Your Bird Can Sing (Take 2)” by the Beatles. All rights, respect, thanks and love due to John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, George Martin, and everyone else involved in the production and distribution of the greatest pop music put to record. 

EPISODE 28: “Curb Your MNThusiasm”

If you’re one of those dirty, filthy, Godforsaken transplants to Minnesota who are confused and dismayed by locals’ customs and communication styles, Dave Pezullo is your hero. Click here for today’s episode.

Music by: Luciano Michelini “Frolic”

Franco Micalizzi “Amusement”

EPISODE 27: Who were the ancient Minnesotans?

If you can correctly identify the number of ancient history puns we made on this week’s episode, you’ll get a mention on our Twitter feed.

Music—“The Oldest Known Melody (Hurrian Hymn no. 6—c. 1400 BC)” as found on YouTube courtesy of DamianMusicChannel4

EPISODE 25: What the heck is the Pork Check-Off?

We really bring home the bacon on this episode. Click here to listen.

Features a modified sample of “Eli Green’s Cakewalk” by the Heftone Banjo Orchestra featured on the Free Music Archive


Twin Cities creative types love doing their own well-intentioned-but-awkwardly-executed take on popular productions that originated elsewhere.

Click here to listen to a local rendition of the Washington Post‘s “Can He Do That?” podcast we ferreted out.

Features a rendition of “Hail to the Chief” by the Department of the Air Force.