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.
"It's been cold and windy there and on the verge of turning warm and sunny, and just when you think it will, we get a little bit of snow, typical for Minnesota at this time of the year." Regulars visit the Chatterbox Cafe to complain about their lives and Carl Krebsbach reminisces about an early relationship with Anne Marie Meister, a monologue from April 1995.
There are a lot of new foods and exhibits at the Minnesota State Fair this year...
Duane's mom calls while he's attending the Minnesota State Fair.
Mel's Buffet at the Minnesota State Fair: the place to go if you want to avoid salad.
Guy Noir works security at the Minnesota State Fair and accidentally interrupts a public radio podcast.
"It's been a beautiful, beautiful last week of summer, especially for those of us who don't have to work -- you know, which I don't, being retired and everything. It heightens the pleasure to see other people working so hard, which you do." Thoughts on growing up as a writer in Lake Wobegon, and a few memories of high school romance at the Minnesota State Fair.