From Super Tired to Superposition: The Return of P.O.S

P.O.SMinneapolis hip hop artist P.O.S had to take an extended break from touring and performing to deal with the chronic kidney disease he’s had since he was a teenager. Now he’s back with a brand new track. I reported this story for KFAI community radio. (Photo by Graham Tolbert)

Hooked on Ice Fishing

Walter Humphrey and Jerrel Matthews (pictured above) are two friends who love nothing more than to fish from dawn until dusk. I spent 10 hours with the duo on Medicine Lake just outside of Minneapolis to discover the hidden world of urban ice fishing. I reported this story for KFAI community radio in Minneapolis. (Photos by Nancy Rosenbaum).

Jerrel Matthews and Walter Humphrey Ice Fishing

Freak Car Accident Unleashes a Dancer’s Inner Pit Bull

Deborah Jinza Thayer

A freak car accident nearly separated Deborah Jinza Thayer from her art. The 54-year-old St. Paul-based Jinza Thayer is a dancer and McKnight Foundation award-winning choreographer whose spirituality and determination helped her recover from a major injury. I reported this story for KFAI community radio in Minneapolis. (Photo by Xavier Tavera).

Shalom to all that: a Venezuelan Jew’s Spiritual Homecoming

Abdo Sayegh Rodriguez and his mother. Photo courtesy of Abdo Sayegh Rodriguez.

Abdo Sayegh Rodriguez and his mother. Photo courtesy of Abdo Sayegh Rodriguez.

Many immigrants who move to Minnesota find community through religion. But for Abdo Sayegh Rodriguez, a Venezuelan who grew up Jewish and came to Minnesota to join a dance company, this wasn’t so easy to do. I reported this story for Minneapolis’ KFAI community radio.

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