Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and life coach who provides a weekly feature on WTIP's North Shore Weekend titled "The Best of Ourselves," which explores how we can be resilient and creative in these turbulent times.
A few decades ago in his Detroit home, Don combined playing the blues with an auto parts business, but the business had trouble with crime. So Don and his wife decided to move, blues included, to a different place. Don talked with Phil Nusbaum about his life and blues.
On this episode Culture Clique we go to WinCon 2018 at the Winona Public Library where we talk to Daikon Cosplay, a group formed around a love of cosplay. Rioso and Bryar from Daikon Cosplay were at WinCon 2018 to give to give tips of the trade to newcomers and experienced cosplayers alike.
Cory Healy is a local composer and drummer with a Great Melodic Sense whose jazz Mission is to Integrate Wide Influences into the style of his band, the Beautiful Sunshine Band. One of the things the band does well is “dark.” That’s why Phil Nusbaum first asked Cory where the band’s bright name came from.
This week on Stay Human, geography lesson from Frieda Hall, Dennis Montgomery on binary thinking, Steve Downing on the futility of walls, and a story from Kris Prestige about his baby granddaughter, a US citizen whose Mom is on the wrong side of the wall.
Vicki Biggs-Anderson is a volunteer producer at WTIP North Shore Community Radio. Vicki lives on a 100-year-old homestead with a variety of farm animals, from guinea fowl to goats. Each week, she shares a bit about her life and the lessons she learns tending her north woods homestead and farm with Magnetic North.
Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and life coach who provides a weekly feature on WTIP’s North Shore Weekend titled “The Best of Ourselves,” which explores how we can be resilient and creative in these turbulent times.
The Grand Marais Public Library received a gift of 16 cloth bags recently from the local Fiber Arts Guild, for use by patrons in carrying their books home. Roadhouse host Ann Possis spoke with Jo Wood, a Guild member and well-known fiber artist about this endeavor.
The 2018 International Yacht Race began in Grand Marais on Saturday, August 4. The course is 77 miles long beginning right in front of the Grand Marais lighthouse and ends in Thunder Bay. Bob Vander Ploeg is the fleet captain of the Thunder Bay Yacht Club, and he joined The Roadhouse prior to the start of the race to talk about yacht racing on Lake Superior.
Local artists Gene LaFond and Amy Grillo recently made a return trip to The Roadhouse with another great performance. The duo also spoke with host Ann about their progress on a second album and more.
All it takes is a spark. Several years ago, Cate Belleveau agreed to portray Mary Welsh Hemingway in a Beltrami County Historical Society fundraising event. The experience ignited a curiosity that could not be denied. Fascinated by her new knowledge of an intelligent, adventurous woman who grew up in logging country and ended up the 4th wife of Ernest Hemingway, over the next few years, Cate committed to researching Mary Welsh Hemingway. Intrigued, her thirst for knowledge led to investigations into the lives of other significant women in Hemingway’s life – all four of his wives, his mother and his granddaughter. The result of her passion is an original play, “Mary 4, Martha 3: No Footnotes.” It was produced in both Walker and Bemidji in 2016 and later this month will be produced in New York as part of the New York Summerfest Theater competition. Cate stopped by KBXE to chat about it.