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"He put his headphones back on and said, 'Are you ok talking about it?'"

©David Cowardin. Used with permission.

Here's what you might expect at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival tonight:

"Five or six bro-dudes, showing how they got to the river, drinking beer, and at the end they're holding these giant fish up."

Here's what you wouldn't expect:  the story of a racist, trouble-making small town kid and how, through his willingness to "go down the wormhole" of questioning his beliefs, came out on the other side as a new man.

Doors open tonight at Zeitgeist at 6:00pm for the International Fly Fishing Film Festival.

Here's https://vimeo.com/306244243" target="_blank">the trailer for Dave Cowardin's Bigotry to Brook Trout.

Credit ©David Cowardin. Used with permission.
Geoff Vukelich in "Bigotry to Brook Trout"

Lisa Johnson started her broadcast career anchoring the television news at her high school and spinning country music at KWWK/KOLM Radio in Rochester, Minnesota. She was a reporter and news anchor at KTHI in Fargo, ND (not to mention the host of a children's program called "Lisa's Lane") and a radio reporter and anchor in Moorhead, Bismarck, Wahpeton and Fergus Falls.Since 1991, she has hosted Northland Morning on KUMD. One of the best parts of her job includes "paying it forward" by mentoring upcoming journalists and broadcasters on the student news team that helps produce Northland Morning. She also loves introducing the different people she meets in her job to one another, helping to forge new "community connections" and partnerships.Lisa has amassed a book collection weighing over two tons, and she enjoys reading, photography, volunteering with Animal Allies Humane Society and fantasizing about farmland. She goes to bed at 8pm, long before her daughter, two cats, or three dogs.
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