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Culture Clique features a variety of topics creating awareness and understanding, while exploring the diversity of Winona, MN. Want to learn about Winona's past, present or future? Culture Clique brings you all things Winona.
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KQAL's Jiovani Bermudez Meets with author Najib Azad who has lived in Afghanistan where he worked as a spokesperson for the former Afghan president. As a result of the ever-growing conflict in his homeland, he left with his family to the United States, where he has written a memoir about his experiences. Najib came to the campus of Winona State University as part of their Global Education Week. In the event he discusses his life in Afghanistan and the experiences he had coming here. After the presentation, Najib agreed to sit with us for an interview. Original airdate: 01/19/23
This Thursday on Culture Clique KQAL’s Jiovani Bermudez visits with Marcia Ratliff, the Executive Director of Engage Winona. Engage Winona is a local nonprofit organization that strives for civic action and social change by giving community members a space to voice their thoughts, concerns, and ideas regarding our community’s future.…Get engaged, with Engage Winona’s Executive Director Marcia Ratliff, Thursday at 12:30 on Culture Clique, on 89.5 KQAL, online at kqal.org and on the KQAL app. Culture clique is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.Original air date: 11/17/22
A moment in time moves swiftly by us as we live our lives. Each of these moments store a snapshot of events, conversations, ideas, and people but immediately they become the past and the past only exists in our memories. What happens if we give that memory a voice? If these snapshots in time could talk to us today? Today on Culture Clique we get to hear the “Voices from the Past” as they talk about life in 1950s WinonaOriginal airdate: 11/03/22
A moment in time moves swiftly by us as we live our lives. Each of these moments store a snapshot of events, conversations, ideas, and people but immediately they become the past and the past only exists in our memories. What happens if we give that memory a voice? If these snapshots in time could talk to us today? Today on Culture Clique we get to hear the “Voices from the Past” as they talk about life in 1950s WinonaOriginal airdate: 10/27/22
This Thursday on Culture Clique KQAL’s Jiovani Bermudez visits with Marcia Ratliff, the Executive Director of Engage Winona. Engage Winona is a local nonprofit organization that strives for civic action and social change by giving community members a space to voice their thoughts, concerns, and ideas regarding our community’s future.…Get engaged, with Engage Winona’s Executive Director Marcia Ratliff, Thursday at 12:30 on Culture Clique, on 89.5 KQAL, online at kqal.org and on the KQAL app. Culture clique is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.Original air date: 11/17/22
Few can remember a time without the internet. Many of you are listening to this at our website KQAL.org. However, the internet is a lot like an unexplored land with all of us exploring and creating foundations and colonies in the form of websites, chatrooms, and more. Much like unexplored lands you can come across several dangers in the ethereal world of the internet. On today’s culture clique we talk with Alison Fae and Leo Lamire about some of the many dangers and tips in navigating the virtual playground.Original air date: 10/20/22
Growing Up In A Cult

Growing Up In A Cult

2022-09-3027:41

What is a cult? To many of us cults can be a point of mystery and confusion. One definition of a cult is a social group characterized by its unusual religious, spiritual, or philosophical beliefs and rituals. Today on culture clique we speak with a former cult member, Elizabeth Perry. Elizabeth shares the isolation, confusion, and struggles she experienced, her eventual separation from her family and the healing that came with the world that was hidden from her. I’m Jiovani Bermudez, join us as we learn about growing up in a cult of religious extremist through the eyes of someone who’s lived through it on today’s Culture Clique.Original air date: 09/22/22  Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Vincent van Gogh  once said, “I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of stars makes me dream,” and I would have to agree with van Gogh. The night sky is a treasure that we can all enjoy, as long as you can get out of the city lights, and today on Culture Clique Professor Jennifer Anderson tells us how we can do just that this weekend. Jennifer is leading an event called Astronomy in the Parks this Saturday evening in Merrick State Park near Fountain City, WI. The event kicks off at 7pm but feel free to come early as Jennifer has some fun facts and activities involving the sun as it sets as well!I’m Bill Stoneberg, asking you to look up! as we talk stars and the night sky with Professor Jennifer Anderson, on Culture Clique.Original air date: 08/25/22  Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Culture Clique we bring you Junie B. Jones Jr. The Musical, a kid’s musical being produced by the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts. Well, we’re not bringing you the musical itself right now, just some of the cast and a director, but we encourage you go see the musical this weekend! The musical will run this Friday and Saturday at 7pm at the Valencia Arts Center here in Winona. Today we talk to Megan Peterson, one of the directors of the production as well as some of the young cast members. I’d introduce them to you but maybe it’s best if I let them introduce themselves. I’m Bill Stoneberg, with co-director Megan Peterson and some of the cast of Junie B. Jones, today on Culture Clique.Original air date: 08/11/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Winona has a lot to offer in the way of unique experiences. There are many outdoor opportunities involving the bluffs & the river, a thriving arts & music scene, and festivals ranging from Shakespeare to Beethoven to bluegrass. But did you know that Winona has many options for health & wellness that might be considered outside of the norm for many people? There are practitioners in Winona that offer everything from herbal medicine, to acupuncture, to gong baths. That’s right, from plants, to needles, to gongs, oh my! Recently, there was a Healthcare fair showcasing some of the different options available here in Winona, so this month on Culture Clique we will be highlighting a few of those options in order to shed some light and hopefully answer some questions folks might be having about these unique offerings. Today, we hear from Dr. Ariel Barkheim, owner of Rooted Family Medicine. She talks about the importance of a balanced diet, her flower-essence tincture, and the different tools naturopath’s have in their toolbelt. So stay tuned, I’m Max Ackman, with Dr. Ariel Barkheim of Rooted Family Medicine, TODAY on Culture Clique.  Original air date: 08/18/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Winona has a lot to offer in the way of unique experiences. There are many outdoor opportunities involving the bluffs and the river, a thriving arts & music scene, and festivals ranging from Shakespeare to Beethoven to Bluegrass. But did you know that Winona has many options for Health and Wellness that might be considered outside of the norm for many people? There are practitioners in Winona that offer everything from herbal medicine to acupuncture to gong baths. That’s right, from plants, to needles, to gongs, oh my! Recently there was a healthcare fair showcasing some of the different options available here in Winona, so this month on Culture Clique, we will be highlighting a few of those options in order to shed some light and hopefully answer some questions folks might have about these unique offerings.Today we hear from Luanne Petron, owner of Universal Connection Healing Arts Center. She talks about her Holy Fire Karuna Reiki, hot stone therapy, and acupressure techniques. So stay tuned, I’m Max Ackman with Luanne Petron of Universal Connection Healing Arts Center, today on Culture Clique.  Original air date: 08/04/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Winona has a lot to offer in the way of unique experiences. There are many outdoor opportunities involving the bluffs and river, a thriving arts and music scene, and festivals ranging from Shakespeare to Beethoven to bluegrass. But did you know that Winona has many options for health and wellness that might be considered outside the norm for many people? There are practitioners in Winona that offer everything from herbal medicine, to acupuncture, to gong baths. That’s right, from plants to needles to gongs! Oh my! Recently, there was healthcare fair showcasing some of the different options available here in Winona so this month on Culture Clique we will be highlighting a few of those options in order to shed some light and hopefully answer some questions folks might have about these unique offerings. Today we hear from Lauren Gyss from Winona Community Acupuncture. Remember those needles I mentioned before? Well, don’t worry Lauren says that it doesn’t hurt. She also filled me in on many of the ways acupuncture can help to heal your body and mind, from pain management to mental health and preventative care. I’m Bill Stoneberg, with Lauren Gyss of Winona Community Acupuncture, today on Culture Clique.Original air date: 07/28/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Winona has a lot to offer in the way of unique experiences. There are many outdoor opportunities involving the bluffs and river, a thriving arts and music scene, and festivals ranging from Shakespeare to Beethoven to bluegrass. But did you know that Winona has many options for health and wellness that might be considered outside the norm for many people? There are practitioners in Winona that offer everything from herbal medicine, to acupuncture, to gong baths. That’s right, from plants to needles to gongs! Oh my! Recently, there was healthcare fair showcasing some of the different options available here in Winona so this month on Culture Clique we will be highlighting a few of those options in order to shed some light and hopefully answer some questions folks might have about these unique offerings. Today we learn about Temple Harmonics. Temple Harmonics deals with the healing power of sound using gong baths and more.Original air date: 06/23/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Culture Clique I talked with Doctor Arrieta from Integrative Healthcare of Winona. She talked about the difference between traditional and holistic medicine, the benefits of choosing integrative healthcare, and how people can learn more information. I'm Brylee Harris, stick around to learn more about Integrative Healthcare of Winona from Doctor Arrieta today on Culture Clique.Original air date: 07/07/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Culture Clique I talked with Bloom Neurotherapy owner, Beth Maki. She talked about the process of using ketamine to treat mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. She was able to explain the history behind the treatment, how it can benefit various individuals, and how people can learn more information. I'm Brylee Harris, stick around to learn more about Bloom Neurotherapy from Beth Maki today on Culture Clique.Original air date: 06/30/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Winona has a lot to offer in the way of unique experiences. There are many outdoor opportunities involving the bluffs and river, a thriving arts and music scene, and festivals ranging from Shakespeare to Beethoven to bluegrass. But did you know that Winona has many options for health and wellness that might be considered outside the norm for many people? There are practitioners in Winona that offer everything from herbal medicine, to acupuncture, to gong baths. That’s right, from plants to needles to gongs! Oh my! Recently, there was healthcare fair showcasing some of the different options available here in Winona so this month on Culture Clique we will be highlighting a few of those options in order to shed some light and hopefully answer some questions folks might have about these unique offerings. I started with Donna Kamann of Tincture of Thyme Healthcare, who helped to organize Winona’s Unique Healthcare Fair. I’m Bill Stoneberg, with Donna Kamann of Tincture of Thyme Healthcare, today on Culture Clique.Original air date: 06/02/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Culture Clique we bring you Part 2 of our series on a Minnesota music venue that is truly a hidden gem, The Oak Center General Store. The Oak Center General Store, as the name implies, is more than a music venue, it’s also a general store, much like your grandparents might remember or like you might see in an old movie. It has also been home to a woodshop and has been the storefront for Earthen Path Organic Farms. The building has housed a general store and community meeting room since it’s construction in 1913 and it’s doors where only closed for 6 short years in the 1970s. In other words, this place has been open and operating for nearly one-hundred and ten years. If you aren’t yet aware of the Oak Center General Store, then you are in for a treat. I’m Bill Stoneberg and I hope that you enjoy this story of The Oak Center General Store as much as I enjoyed making it. Here’s Part 2 of our look into The Oak Center General Store, today on Culture Clique.Original air date: 04/28/22.Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Culture Clique we bring you the first in a two-part series on a Minnesota music venue that is truly a hidden gem, The Oak Center General Store. The Oak Center General Store, as the name implies, is more than a music venue, it’s also a general store, much like your grandparents might remember or like you might see in an old movie. It has also been home to a woodshop and has been the storefront for Earthen Path Organic Farms. The building has housed a general store and community meeting room since it’s construction in 1913 and its doors where only closed for 6 short years in the 1970s. In other words, this place has been open and operating for nearly one-hundred and ten years. If you aren’t yet aware of the Oak Center General Store, then you are in for a treat. I’m Bill Stoneberg and I hope that you enjoy this story of The Oak Center General Store as much as I enjoyed making it. Here’s Part One of our look into The Oak Center General Store, today on Culture Clique.Original air date: 04/21/22.Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Culture Clique I talked with cartomancy expert, Gloria Alatorre about the services she offers to others to help with their spiritual journey. She explained more about what her process looks like when she gives people readings, the benefits that come with it, and what inspires her work the most. I'm Brylee Harris, stick around to learn more about cartomancy and spirituality from Gloria Alatorre on Culture Clique. Original air date: 02/03/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
We’ve all heard of MN nice, well get ready for Minnesota ‘N Ice, a special Culture Clique series where we’ll take a look at the way Minnesotans and Winonans in particular get out and enjoy our frozen landscape.Today we take you snowshoeing with the Winona Outdoor Collaborative on the Holzinger trail system in Bluffside Park in Winona. Sydney, who is the Director of Wayfinding, and Miranda, the director of flow, were on hand to guide the tour and help those of us who had never put on a pair of snowshoes before.I’m Bill Stoneberg, grab a warm beverage as I brave the cold with Miranda and Sydney from the Winona Outdoor Collaborative, today on Culture Clique.Original air date: 02/03/22Culture Clique is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
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