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Finishing What We Started

Jul 28, 2014

This week we’re all about conclusions. Aaron Bolton wraps up his historical account of Minneapolis Hip Hop, Katie Bolin pulls the breaks on her series of biking in the Twin Cities, and Parker Lemke takes a bow at the Fridley Theatre.

Finishing What We Started


Finishing What We Started



Katie Bolin

What does it take to transform a car-centric city into a more bike friendly metro? In the last part of her three part series on bike culture in the Twin Cities, Producer Katie Bolin explores the years of planning it took to make Minneapolis one of the best biking cities in America. We’ll join her for an interview after the story, and If you missed the first two parts of this Biking series, you can find them here.

Katie Bolin - Biker Community

Aaron Bolton

In the final instalment of hip-hop history, music reporter for culture Queue Aaron Bolton wraps up this three part series by looking at Twin Cities hip-hop's link to Chicago and where the scene currently stands after decades of exciting development. If you missed the first two parts, you can find them here.

Aaron Bolton - 2000s Hip Hop


Parker Lemke

For many young actors inducted into theater through middle school and high school programs, graduation introduces the need to find new avenues for their acting. To learn how a community theater can fill this role, Parker Lemke visited a bustling rehearsal of the Fridley Community Theatre group's latest musical.

Parker Lemke - Fridley Theatre