Eric Weicht is a former Cook County resident known for adventuring on bodies of water. He chats here with Will Moore about his most recent trip--canoeing down the Mississippi from northern Minnesota to Memphis through the month of November.
Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! Another tribute to the MN Assn of Songwriters, from Wayne Hamilton to Chad Shank. And, sadly, we report that New Belgium Brewing just sold out to a Japanese conglomerate and can no longer be called a craft brewery. All this on MHB!
Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! Songs of gladness, gratefulness and thanks grace this Thanksgiving show. And we trump last week’s BEER NEWS by telling you why bottled beer is better than canned beer. All on MHB!
Lutsen Mountains had a film screening of the Matchstick Productions ski film, “Return to Send’er” this past weekend.
Super Duty’s Jon Sullivan (vocals), and Jason Fladager (guitar) joined Al Oikari for a recent gig in Grand Marais. While here, the group also joined Ann and Dave to play some tunes and talk about the band.
Staci Drouillard of Grand Marais (and WTIP development director) is just out with her first book, “Walking the Old Road: A People’s History of Chippewa City and the Grand Marais Anishinaabe.”
It’s time again to talk turkey! The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line fields thousands of calls at this time of year.
Stories and music of abundance, and excess, for capping off the Thanksgiving weekend, today on Stay Human. Matthew Miltich takes us with him on his harvest, Mike Elliot celebrates the first day of Advent, Sue Searing tells the tale of her sister’s portrait, and Steve Downing, with The Wayfaring Suitcase. Great music too. If there are still leftovers in the fridge, it’s time to get creative about them
South Shore band The Saints of Circumstance stopped by The Roadhouse before a recent gig on the North Shore.
Musical artists and author/illustrator duo Chan Poling and Lucy Michell are just out with a beautiful picture book for everyone, set on the North Shore.
Recent research shows that healthier foods, besides being better for us, also have a lower environmental impact than other foods.