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Published on Apr 2, 2012
Cruising your way on this episode of "Off 90"...
In 1971 Leo Smith found a piece of wood on the banks of the Mississippi river -- and he's been carving ever since. Reflecting the spirit of the Winona river valley, Leo's work is known the world-over for its eclectic style and natural roots.
During the Great Depression, the government decided to help put artists back to work -- commissioning them to paint murals all over the country. Join us as we visit some of those fantastic murals -- found right here in southern Minnesota!
And...Austin native Kalle Akkerman isn't your regular teenager. How many teens do you know who can play the pipe organ? We'll sit down for an incredible performance you won't want to miss!