Here is a book for everyone including those with attention deficit orders like myself. ORDINARY LIFE - EXTRAORDINARY GOD!is a collection of short stories that will keep you reading from cover to cover. I like short stories and non of these are more than a couple of pages. Each story will leave you wanting more. It was nice to visit with Helen "live" as I have been reading here column in the Minot Daily News for many years.
From Broadcast to Podcast. I've decided that the riggers of a broadcast is more then I care to handle these days. It's been a fun run for the last six years but I'm tired of it so it's time to move on to many other things as I describe here in my final over the air radio broadcast.
The Titus & Philemon Art Gallery and Studio is now open to the public. Cartoonist, Artist, Illustrator and published Author Timmothy Timm is my guest today on Minot Today. Give the interview a listen BUT more importantly come and see the Gallery and Studio at 201 Main Street South in Minot ND today.
We have all seen and heard crazy stories of social injustice imposed by various government bodies and individual Governors during this pandemic but I truly think the episode Robert Hale describes to me here on Minot Today tops them all. This incident not only put a single mother out of business but also robbed the dignity of nursing care residents that count on her to boost their spirits through professional grooming.
This is the 1st in a series about gardening and appropriately so, we start with breaking ground. Tom Smesrud has made gardening his hobby and passion. Frankly I am amazed with the depth of his knowledge. Even if you are an experienced gardener I know you will learn even more by listening in on this series.
Seeing pictures of farmers markets opening up all around the USA I'm getting eager for the Minot Farmers Market to get going.
Today's visit is with Brian Byrne (pronounced burn)a vendor at Minot Farmers Market.
Brian shares with us what he brings to the market and when we can expect to see the market, held in Oak Park, open for business.