Chris Harwood

A Virtual Public Meeting to Discuss Roundabout Construction Project

St. Louis County Public Works and the City of Duluth will be holding a virtual public meeting to provide information about - and get feedback on - plans to construct a roundabout at the intersection of Glenwood Street and Snively Road. KUMD talks with Vic Lund, a St. Louis County Traffic Engineer, about the considerations that were used by the city and county when determining a roundabout would be the best option at that intersection. The virtual meeting will be held tonight (Thursday, August...

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From the Heavens exhibit at the U.S. Library of Congress. [Public Domain]

Astro Bob's Backyard Astronomy: See the Perseids Tonight

Bob King tells us tonight could be a great night to see the Perseids, an annual meteor shower that occurs when the earth passes through the debris left by the Comet Swift–Tuttle.

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Gale Oxley/Minnesota Mycological Society

Could it be?

We're halfway between the June solstice and the autumnal equinox?

Lake Superior Community Health/Facebook

Almost half of the people in Cloquet and Carlton County haven't had dental care in the last year.

A third of the people in those areas say they've put off a visit to the dentist because of the cost.

Growing up in Milwaukee, Derek Nicholas wasn't really plugged into either his cultural heritage or the great outdoors.

But when he arrived in rural west-central Minnesota to study at the University of Minnesota-Morris, the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa member found two new passions: sustainable food systems and his Anishinaabeg culture.

NRRI/University of Minnesota Duluth

With the help of researchers at NRRI, ash trees killed by the emerald ash borer are being repurposed in pilot projects in Minnesota as biochar.  This material can filter harmful chemicals from storm water runoff, enhance soil microbial health, increase soil drought resistance and store carbon in soils to mitigate climate change.

The memes about introverts and extroverts navigating quarantine and social distancing are funny - and sometimes, really resonate - but Dr. Mallory McCord warns that stereotyping people is a bad idea - and introverts - seriously - are frequently seen as not as valuable as their more extroverted counterparts.

Tom Kasper

Gardening is not only a wonderful activity that can be enjoyed along or at a social distance ... it turns out so is garden appreciation.

The Western Garden Tour is going on on Saturday, August 8 and a garden tour benefitting CHUM is slated for next Tuesday.

You can contact CHUM for more information.

Yoshiyasu Nishikawa/Flickr

(This episode originally aired March 31, 2020)

Maybe you want to use this time at home to learn a new skill.

Maybe you want to use this time at home to start healthier habits.

Maybe you want to use this time at home to figure out how to keep your family out of your hair.

Whatever your plan, Arlene Coco has a suggestion for that.

The Kenspeckle Letterpress/Facebook

The Kenspeckle Letterpress and Warrior Printress are closing their brick-and-mortar store in Canal Park.  Rick Allen and Marion Lansky are downsizing themselves back to their original printshop studio, and Warrior Printress will be relocating to Lincoln Park.

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Terri Delaney

Virtual Live from Studio A: Ellis Delaney

This Minneapolis folk singer/songwriter recently released her tenth full-length album, Ordinary Love , with a virtual release show. We heard some songs from the record and caught up with the musician, who was still going by just "Ellis" when she was last in our studios several years ago, on June 26, 2020.

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KUMD is Here for You

At this challenging time, live, local radio is more important than ever, and KUMD remains dedicated to sharing music, company, and information with our region at 103.3fm and online here at kumd.org. Tune in for community voices you trust, and for music that provides a welcome respite when you need it. We have suspended all unnecessary face-to-face contact; staff are working from home as much as possible, and we are closing our office to the public. The best way to reach us is via e-mail,...

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Hattie Peach for KUMD

The Avett Brothers are returning to Duluth, this time bringing their Americana Rock sounds outdoors to Bayfront Festival Park. The show will start at 6pm with openers yet to be announced. Gates will open at 5pm. Hear The Avett Brothers play tracks from their latest album Closer than Together as well as many of their classics at Bayfront in the summer of 2020. 

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KUMD has two new podcasts! Subscribe to In the Spirit of Medicine and The Simple Plate in Apple Podcasts or Google Play and never miss an episode.

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KUMD Live from Studio A Volume 1

KUMD is pleased to announce the release of Live from Studio A Volume 1 , a collection of 16 tracks recorded in our studios over the past several years.

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