EPISODE 11: A Darn Heckin’ Good Deal

We like DealNews a lot here at MINute. Here in Minnesota, “Dale News”, a WCCO radio show from the 1980s, offered good deals to North Star State listeners.

Give the episode a listen here.

Music courtesy of Doctor Turtle (“Which That Is This?”) via the Free Music Archive 

EPISODE 10: Adam Carolla’s Minnesota Forebear

The “Adam Carolla Show” is one of the most popular podcasts on the Web. Adam was likely inspired by a 1990s St. Cloud dog breeder with some less than progressive ideas. Give it a listen here!

Music courtesy of Juanitos—“Cool Reggae Party” via the Free Music Archive

EPISODE 9: Minnesota Stuff

We love the “How Stuff Works” podcasts here at MINute. Minnesota had their own version of ’em back in the ’90s—learn more by listening here.

Music courtesy of Jahzzar—“The Shine”—via the Free Music Archive

EPISODE 8: The Minnesota Origins of “Hollywood Handbook”

“Hollywood Handbook” is one of the most popular podcasts on the Web. However, despite its L.A. credentials, its origins lie deep within the Twin Cities comedy scene.

Learn more by clicking here to listen to this week’s episode.

Music courtesy of The Birth and Death of Silence “Hello Friend…” via the Free Music Archive

EPISODE 7: Trump’s Minnesota Reference

Did you know President Trump referenced an old Minnesota landmark during a recent press conference? Give it a listen here.

Music courtesy of Jahzzar—“Clap Your Hands”—via the Free Music Archive

 

EPISODE 6: A History of Fake News in Minnesota

The Twin Cities are celebrated for their abundance of community news outlets, some of which have impacted Minnesota bigly—even if what they’re reporting hasn’t exactly been true.

On today’s podcast, we look at one publication in particular to observe how it changed the course of North Star History. Give it a listen here.

(music courtesy of Black Ant—“5 Piece” via the Free Music Archive)

Episode 5: Minnesota’s Very Own “Uhh Yeah Dude”

We love the “Uhh Yeah Dude” podcast here at MINute; did you know there was a similar show in Minnesota back in the ’90s? Give it a listen here!

Contains an excerpt of “Sora no iro no kuruma (The car painted in the color of the sky)” courtesy of springtide found @ the Free Music Archive