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.
How can you defend your home against wacko wildlife? Guns are one way but a better way is a Giant California Condor call from Fred Farrell.
Garrison pays tribute to our home base in St. Paul, the Fitzgerald Theater.
Guy Noir gets some career and crossword puzzle advice...
The American Coffee Council: We want to make coffee great again.
"It's been warm out there. It's been up in the 40s. You're supposed to get your fishing shack in off the ice here pretty soon. A couple of them have already gone through the ice so time is passing on." A strange flu bug hits the town, a man named Gene Ricketts visits from the Fargo Bible Institute to sell his book, and the host orders a few poetry books online while on pain pills.
"It's been warm out there, been up in the 40s, the orange tulips blooming in the window of the Chatterbox Cafe that Darlene planted." Margie and Carl Krebsbach attempt to cuddle to reduce depression, the Suns of Knute cancel their Valentine's Day dinner after Val Tollefson causes a fire, and a crowd gathers after the Soderbergs' car goes through the ice.