The Big news is the unprecedented six week run of Shows at the Bryant Lake Bowl!!! the remaing shows as follows:

Episode 3 Friday March 15, 7:00 pm (6:30 Doors)

"I Was a Grade School Pentecostal"

Text and narration by Matt Fugate, music by DJ Drone (Dave Jarosz) Video by Keri Halverson

Probably our funniest entry, it’s a true story about Matt's growing up in the United Pentecostal Church. A very different slice of life. Matt is a well known Minneapolis stand-up comedian, and he played many characters on the TV show What. The music is provided by DJ Drone, a well known mainstay who has been the opening act for everyone from Bowie to Prince.

Episode 4 Friday March 22, 7:00 pm(6:30 Doors)

"It's Raining in Warroad"

Text and narration by Chris Strouth, music by Big Daddy, Jr. & the Spook

You can't really talk about American Life right now without talking about September 11, and this is that event. Not a look at the politics, just more about the human reaction. This should be a pretty pivotal episode, and I am not saying that because it features me either. With Big Daddy, Jr.,& the Spook and video by Craig Gierl.

Episode 5 Friday March 29, 7:00 pm(6:30 Doors)

"As It Was Spoken... Let Us Record"

Text and narration by Keith Harris, music by OurMine

Today, Wallace "Jack" Jackman is co-publisher of the Minneapolis Spokesman-Recorder, the oldest African-American newspaper in Minnesota, and a respected elder. But he followed a restless, idiosyncratic path to arrive at that position. From Jackman's birth in Iowa to his current sheaf of community projects, here is his story. Music provided by what has to be the closest thing possible to a free jazz ambient supergroup (Jim Anton, JT Bates, Jeremy Ylvisaker ).

Episode 6 Friday April 5, 7:00 pm(6:30 Doors)


Text and narration by Jon Jindra, music by The Radar Threat, with special guest TS

This, the final episode, should be a fairly amazing little program, delving into the issues of faith, fear, and what safety is. The enigmatic Mr. Jindra is cast as a non-musical element set against the fierce yet beautiful synthetic sounds of The Radar Threat and TS, who is possibly the greatest DJ alive today (well, that might be an overstatement. But he really is quite good.).