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Avian Flu U of M bird flu expert Carol Cardona talked about the spread of avian flu in the wake of Governor Dayton declaring a state of emergency over the outbreak. Blue Zones Twin Citian Dan Buettner has been studying places around the world where people live the longest for a decade. He joined us to talk about his latest book "The Blue Zones Solution." Weather Paul Douglas stopped by to talk about our spring snow showers and look back at the historic tornadoes in May of 1965. The Week's Monologue Bobby Edwards shared a near crisis in his new marriage. Carmen visits Almanac Carmen is one of the world's most popular operas. The Minnesota Opera honored us with a visit from the lead in their upcoming Carmen performance. Facing Race Ambassadors The St. Paul Foundation's annual Facing Race Ambassadors Awards honor anti-racism activists annually. Carleen Rhodes, head of the St. Paul Foundation and two of this year's honorees talked about the importance of their work. Sunday Liquor Sales The Minnesota House will be taking up the omnibus liquor bill as soon as next week and activists continue to push hard for Sunday liquor sales. The Political Panel We talked about the legislature's final few weeks with DFL analysts Ember Reichgott Junge and Mike Hatch and Republican analysts Fritz Knaak and Gregg Peppin. The Index File Section A Minnesota March weather record revealed... who was the boxer at the AWA wrestling event in 1986... another musical selection from the Minnesota Opera's Carmen. The Wrap David Gillette whipped up a batch of Blue Zone Smoothies with the help of Dan Buettner.


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