Blogs & Blog Posts on Mpr in Minnesota



Blogs on "Mpr"

Classical Notes
Personal perspectives on the world of classical music.

News Cut
A fresh eye on today's stories with Minnesota Public Radio's Bob ...

Objects in Mirror
Keeping an eye on what's whizzing by

The LoopHole
The LoopHole is a place for conversation linked to the Minnesota Public Rad...

Movie Natters
MPR news editor Euan Kerr's movie musings two seats in from the aisle.

The Bleacher Bums
From stadiums to steroids, Minnesota Public Radio's baseball bloggers ...

Polinaut
We explore the universe of campaigns and politics. Join us in the search fo...

Trial Balloon
The Dale Connelly Blog

Updraft
Minnesota Public Radio chief meteorologist Paul Huttner blogs about our reg...

The Current Music Blog
The Current's Music Blog is your daily note for good music, news, and ...

My Two Cents
Marketplace economics correspondent Chris Farrell helps you manage your mon...

Blog Posts on Mpr

How much damage has Franken done amongst the progressive community? by MN Progressive Project on Jan 20, 2012 in Al Franken, protect ip act, censorship, sopa, stop online piracy act, MPR, minnesota public radio, brett neelyBrett Neely of MPR interviewed me about Sen. Al Franken's support of the Protect IP Act and the effect this might have on the progressive communities support for him. Progressives have been up in arms over this bill, its vague language and the possib...



Minnesota Morning: Links To Recruiting, HR, Career And Minnesota Business Articles Edition by MN Headhunter on Jan 16, 2012 in Minnesota Morning, MSNBC, TLNT, KSTP, MPR, CNETNo commentary today. I have some things to share but it is 2:30 pm now which now makes this Minnesota Afternoon and by the time I get to write the other stuff it will become Minnesota Midnight. So the heck...



Minnesota Morning: Recruiter, HR, Marc Cuban And Vikings Edition by MN Headhunter on Jan 2, 2012 in Minnesota Morning, MPRI messed up Saturday... I forgot to hit “publish” so this is a bit of a 2 fer 1 post. With that, no extra commentary today. “The one requirement for success in our business lives is effort” Marc Cuban (entrepreneur...



Cellphones a prime example of refusing to believe inconvenient science by MN Progressive Project on Dec 19, 2011 in cellphones, mobile phones, cellphone bans, frank hornstein, MPR, mediaOn Thursday, MPR's Midmorning had a program on the dangers of using cellphones while driving, and it's a perfect illustration of how science gets denied when its implications are a challenge to our habits or values. Rep. Frank Hornstein, DFL-60B (Min...



Davina and the Vagabonds featured on Midmorning by Gimme Noise on Dec 15, 2011 in Local Music, Davina and the Vagabonds, interview, MPR​It's always interested to see which local artists are selected to appear on Midmorning, Kerri Miller's popular hour-long show on MPR. Because it's part of the regular news programming and not feature...



SD59: MPR, Mohamud Noor and the marriage amendment by MN Progressive Project on Nov 30, 2011 in peter wagenius, Senate, Minnesota, sd59, larry pogemiller, jacob frey, kari dziedzic, mohamud noor, Marriage Amendment, MPR, minnesota public radioSD59 candidate Mohamud Noor got some media attention yesterday.  Noor is vying against Kari Dziedzic, Jacob Frey, Paul Ostrow and Peter Wagenius for the DFL endorsement to replace Larry Pogemiller.  The primary is next Tuesday, December 6th...



Almost Perfect Radio by Nokohaha on Nov 1, 2011 in Nostalgias, 99.5 FM, John Hines, K102, KQRS, KSJN, MPR, , , WMIN  The 99.5 frequency dates to 1945 when AM station WMIN started broadcasting on the new FM band. WMIN-FM was sold in 1956 to the owners of WLOL, becoming WLOL-FM. The station had a variety of formats. Classical music gave way to and by the 1970&...



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