A Prairie Home Companion
A Prairie Home Companion is a recorded live show featuring comedy sketches, music and more from host Garrison Keillor and company.
A word from Jim and Barb and the Catchup Advisory Board
A few Bemidji limericks from our time up North...
GK sings a few Lutheran jokes as a tribute to Bemidji's famous meatball and lutefisk dinner
Duane's mom asks him to drive up to Bemidji and visit her cousing Marilyn
"All the kids get all dressed up, of course, and go trick-or-treating and there are a few parties in Lake Wobegon. Everybody has a lot of food but it's nothing like it used to be." The host recounts a few of the town's memorable Halloween pranks, including moving livestock to unusual locations, Merle's electrifying talent for automobile modification, and the outdated custom of privy tipping, in a monologue from October 2005.
"Our show coming to you from my hometown Anoka, Minnesota, here on the Rum River, flowing into the Mississippi." Our host shares a few memories about his family's history in his other hometown of Anoka, during a special live broadcast from Anoka High School.