Mary Lucia

Mary Lucia has earned a large fan base with her work as a broadcast personality, writer, actor and voice-over talent. Lucia began her media career doing evenings at REV 105, co-hosted mornings on Zone 105, and hosted a talk show, Somethin' Stupid, on 1500 KSTP.

From 1998 to 2001, she hosted the local music show Popular Creeps, a two-time Minnesota Music Award winner for "Best Locally Produced Show." For her work at The Current, Lucia has been voted best FM radio personality by City Pages seven times. In addition to her radio career, she has also appeared in commercials and in live theater productions.

Lucia likes cats and dogs more than people, wearing dead people's clothes and taking long walks off of short piers.

Stories

Steve Jones on 40 years of the Sex Pistols' landmark album

On Oct. 28, 1977, the Sex Pistols released their one and only studio album, 'Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols.' Forty years after its release, Mary Lucia interviewed Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, now a longtime California resident and the host of his own long-running radio show. Jones reflects on his time in the Sex Pistols and their legacy, the longevity of their singular album, and about his more recent work as a radio host.