With an international crisis raging over the suspected Chinese spy balloon (or weather balloon, to hear that country’s version of it), it’s probably a good idea to pay attention to what’s in the sky. But as Bob King sees it, it always is. Author of the popular AstroBob blog as well as several books on amateur astronomy, King joins “Simply Superior” host Robin Washington to explain what to look for in our region’s night skies this winter, and celestial highlights (pun intended) for the coming year.
Also, the Twin Ports-based Minnesota Ballet performs the world premiere of “Home Ablating Downstream” by Milwaukee-born-and-bred Adam McKinney, the newly named artistic director of the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. McKinney and his Minnesota Ballet counterpart, Karl von Rabenau, speak with Washington about the premiere, which debuts in the Ballet’s newly repurposed performance space at the Duluth Depot.
- Robin Washington Host
- Robin Washington Producer
- Ezra Wall Producer
- Kate Spranger Producer
- Bob King a.k.a. "Astro Bob" Guest
- Adam McKinney Guest
- Karl von Rabenau Guest
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