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Almanac : Mary Ann Grossmann 00:06:38 04/15/2011
This week St. Paul Pioneer Press reporter Mary Ann Grossmann celebrated 50 years on the job. We figured that -- at the very least -- earned her a seat at the Almanac table with Cathy and Eric.

Newsnight Minnesota : Mary Casanova 00:05:01 04/11/2001
Jim Neumann profiles Minnesota Books Award nominee Mary Casanova, author of her two books -- "Curse of a Winter Moon" and "The Hunter."

Portrait : Maternal Bonds 00:04:01 05/29/1991
Natalie Kusz talks about the close relationship she had with her mother and how difficult it was when she passed away.

Prized Writers : Matters of Fact 00:26:40 03/30/2014
Award-winning authors David Lebedoff ("Cleaning Up") and Jack El-Hai ("The Lobotomist") trade stories and recommendations from their experiences creating non-fiction. Produced with Friends of the...

Arts On 2 : Maya Angelou 00:09:50 04/07/1994
Maya Angelou shares how creative people, like herself, keep going.

Almanac : Media Panel 00:13:13 02/25/2011
Media coverage --old style and new-- of the revolutions in the Arab world. That is one of the topics discussed this week by media panelists John Rash, David Brauer and Julio Ojeda-Zapata.

Almanac : Meet Pete Hautman 00:05:51 03/25/2011
He's a Minnesota author and he sat down with Cathy Wurzer for the latest edition of our author chats.

Great Ktca Read-A-Thon : Minnesota's Best 00:14:25 09/28/1987
Minnesota has some of the best female authors around. Meet a few of them and pick up one of their books.

Minnesota Original : Nancy Carlson 00:06:40 05/05/2011
Nancy Carlson has illustrated and authored more than 60 childrens books. Her first was a story about her beloved dog Harriet. The brightest moments are when young students say, Youre the person who...

Portrait : Nancy Paddock 00:28:14 06/04/1991
As a young girl living in St. Paul, Nancy Paddock's idea of the great outdoors was the backyard of her parents' home. Later, her experiences in nature transformed her into an environmental activist....

Prized Writers : Part 01 00:15:40 03/30/2014
Award-winning authors David Lebedoff "Cleaning Up" and Jack El-Hai "The Lobotomist" trade stories and recommendations from their experiences creating non-fiction. Produced with Friends of the St....

Prized Writers : Part 02 00:11:00 03/30/2014
Award-winning authors David Lebedoff "Cleaning Up" and Jack El-Hai "The Lobotomist" trade stories and recommendations from their experiences creating non-fiction. Produced with Friends of the St....

Portrait : Person v. Persona 00:02:00 05/29/1991
Natalie Kusz discusses the reasons why her personal demeanor differs from her literary one.

Newsnight Minnesota : Pioneer Press' Columists 00:08:09 12/20/2000
With the year 2000 ending soon, NewsNight talks with St. Paul Pioneer Press' columnists Ruben Rosario and Deborah Lock as to their most memorable stories during Y2K.

Almanac : Playing With Fire 00:04:24 07/08/2011
Normally that's a bad idea, but Bill Gurstelle is a professional engineer who has designed ballistic experiments for years. He and David Gillette had some fun in the tpt scene shop using ideas from...

Portrait : Portrait: Patricia Hampl 00:27:24 10/15/1991
A writer, poet, and Professor of English at the University of Minnesota, she received the McArthur Genius Award in 1990. Her memoir, "A Romantic Education", explores growing up in St. Paul and her...

Almanac : Raising Standley 00:05:22 12/10/2010
It's the latest book by Minnesota sports historian Ross Bernstein. The book features stories about hockey's fabled Stanley Cup and interviews with all the Minnesota players who have hoisted the...

Almanac: At the Capitol : Recognizing a Capitol Colleague 00:05:14 03/19/2008
Bill Salisbury from the Pioneer Press was recently honored by the U of M Journalism school for his work at the Capitol.

NewsNight Minnesota : Refirement 00:04:18 12/07/2000
Live discussion with James Gambone, Author of Refirement on re-firing one self after retirement.

Almanac : Remembering August Wilson 00:03:10 10/07/2005
The noted American playwright appeared twice live on Almanac in the 1980s. We show you some highlights from his first appearance back in 1988.

Almanac : Remembering Carol Bly 00:03:56 01/04/2008
The acclaimed Minnesota writer died of cancer in late December. Back in 1991 Bly was featured on Channel 2's interview program "Portrait." We play a few minutes from that wide-ranging interview.

Almanac : Remembering Sigurd Olson 00:05:34 04/21/2006
Fifty years ago this week environmental giant Sigurd Olson's The Singing Wilderness was published. We take a look back at his life, legacy and writings with Mark Peterson, head of Audubon Minnesota.

Almanac : Remembering the Good War 00:09:12 05/06/2005
It's a new book from the Minnesota Historical Society Press featuring oral histories about World War II. Author Thomas Saylor is our guest along with two of his interview subjects: Navy pilot Leon...

Newsnight Minnesota : Riverbank Review 00:05:14 08/01/2001
Mary Stuckey reports about the Riverbank Review, a children book review that love my parents but is fighting to stay afloat in the face of funding difficulties.

Portrait : Road Song 00:03:12 05/29/1991
Along with her memories, Natalie Kusz relied on her mother's writings and family interviews to write her autobiography.