The day's early hours can be make-or-break for radio. When sleepy commuters roll out of their beds and into their cars, many stations try to connect via a bawdy, prank phone-calling, zoo-style show. But at 89.3 the Current, The Morning Show co-hosts Steve Seel and Jill Riley have created a subtler m ... More >>
DJs, local artists, and the music community muse about what makes the radio station so revolutionary
Prince signs on for Tonight Show residency, interview with Invincible, Mayda profiled & next week's best new releases.
Folks at 89.3 now bursting with enthusiasm
Crack open our Twin Cities Local Music Yearbook and reminisce on an effed-up year
Slogan aside, 89.3 limits its list of songs
Swinging and swooning over 10 of 2006's best jazz albums
If you listen closely, you can hear all sorts of grumblings from employees at the Newspaper of the Twin Cities: The powers-that-be hired a conservative columnist with no reporting experience, the Variety section is starting to look and behave like Weekly Reader, the paper bends over backwards to n ... More >>
Paul Demko, Diablo Cody, and Dylan Hicks offer three takes on MPR's new baby
Tapes N Tapes teach us to love the pop songs we refuse to take seriously
Zoning Out: New Zone 105 recruit Brian Oake.