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.
This young group is made up of the children of Mahtowa band the Holy Hootenanners. They dropped by a year ago to share tunes from their first album, and have already made a second recording, Flower Crowns and Imagination, with Rich Mattson of Sparta Sound. They had a release show for the album on December 15 at Beaner’s Central in Duluth and gave us a preview when they dropped by our studios on December 13.
On this episode of The Live Feed we have a special holiday episode featuring the Winona Hims, an all male choir based in Winona, MN. This year’s Christmas concert includes selections such as I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day, Home for the Holidays, Oh Holy Night, and more. The concert also features guest soloist Stacy Hughes-Anderson. Original air date: 12/21/18.
On this episode of Culture Clique we talk about holiday stress with Laura Reutlinger, Wellness Specialist at Winona Health. Laura tells us why people get stressed over the holidays and what can be done to alleviate holiday stress and even prevent it. Original air date: 12/20/18.
It came upon a murder clear… It’s this years Christmas Radio Show. The time is Christmas 1938, the setting is Winona, MN, the theme… murder. On this episode of The Live Feed Theatre du Mississippi takes us on a journey full of detectives and murder. The annual Christmas Radio Show is a play that is put on like a live radio show of yesteryear. We hope you enjoy this special holiday edition of The Live Feed. Original air date: 12/19/18.
This Duluth native, now based in Minneapolis, made her first full-length album, Ease Back with her band in a cabin north of Duluth on the banks of the Lester River. The folk/pop singer/songwriter joined us in the studio on December 7 for a preview of their release show later the same night at Blacklist Beer in Duluth.
Today on Don’t Cha Know we have a couple of special guests, Jennifer Holden, the Winona Hy-Vee dietician and her intern Jocelyn Smith. With Christmas right around the corner, Jennifer and Jocelyn give us some tips on healthy holiday eating. We talk about appetizers, sweets and how to not overeat during the holiday meal. We also learn what role alcohol might play in gaining those extra holiday pounds.
On this episode of The Live Feed, we check out Woolen Lover, who’s unique sound blends organic found sounds with electronic sensibilities. Woolen Lover’s unique stage show draws inspiration from the intersection of music and movement. Original Air Date: 12/12/18.
Jess Hirsch visited Sweden to learn how to carve spoons. Now she’s an advocate of “slug slöjd,” a clever artistic technique favoring axes and saws over power tools. KFAI’s Angela Lundberg reports.
What can an object reveal about interplanetary travel? Sculptor Sara Hanson created bio-scenic public art sculptures designed to share images between earthlings and outer space. Hanson also just bought a bus to contain her mobile foundry and workshop so she can travel around and teach others to make metal art. KFAI’s Dixie Treichel reports.
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.