Who The Folk?! Stacey Dinner-Levin


Stacey Dinner-Levin is a veteran when it comes to telling stories about her family. She’s been a multi-time participant in Listen To Your Mother shows, and now, she’s bringing that […]

Who The Folk?! Frank Hornstein


After 22 productive years in the State Legislature, Rep. Frank Hornstein announced that he was not going to seek re-election this November. With his final legislative session in the books, […]

Who The Folk?! Haviv Rettig Gur


Normally we focus on local Jewish community members to feature on the Who The Folk?! Podcast, the opportunity to about what’s happening in Israel with Haviv Rettig Gur was an […]

Who The Folk?! Mia Nosanow


The perfect book hadn’t been written to help Mia Nosanow as a mental health professional at Macalester College in St. Paul. So,  she wrote it herself, and The College Student’s […]

Who The Folk?! Andrew Miller


Andrew Miller had worked his way up to prominent positions at two different baseball organizations when he got a call from a headhunter: What do you think about working in […]

Who The Folk?! Jacob Rapport


There are many ways to listen to the Torah being chanted, whether during services or while trying to learn the trope for a portion. But for Jacob Rapport, many of […]

Who The Folk?! Yedidya Yasu


Yedidya Yasu was all set to come to St. Paul to start his role as Shaliach from Israel for the year late on October 7. For obvious reasons, the arrival […]

Who The Folk?! Lily Smith


Lily Smith says that when she was a kid, she was asked what she wanted to do when she grew up. Her response: famous; she just wasn’t sure how. Maybe, […]

Who The Folk?! Julie Dean


Julie Dean’s passion for Mussar – the thousand-year-old Jewish tradition centered on character traits – led her to start Twin Cities Mussar, an organization that is devoted to facilitating groups […]