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.
Recently 3 Itasca County FFA chapters came together with the Outreach Program of the Brainerd Lakes Area to combat hunger in the community.
This Stay Human program brings us drums and drummers for spirit and courage.
“When the Stones Came to Town: Rock ‘n’ Roll Photos from the 1970s” is a book by Fred Case and Eric Dregni, published by the Minnesota Historical Society. Minneapolis photographer Fred Case shot hundreds of photos of rock and blues musicians in the 1970’s, both in the Twin Cities and when he traveled. His images capture the stars in action onstage and behind the scenes. His stories about photographing and talking with the icons are relayed in a new book by Minneapolis writer Eric Dregni. (photograph courtesy of Fred Case) Story produced by Dixie Treichel.
Stay Human highly recommends an alternative to the news, with our fairly unbalanced Legalize It show. Steve Downing and Peter Tosh make the case, Jack Nachbar gets loaded in the theater balcony, Harry the Hipster reports from the past and Jeremiah Liend reports from the future. Avoid crowds, avoid travel, stay home and take care of yourself.
In this episode, it’s entertainment of all kinds. Music, theater, reality TV — RCPs got it.
0:47 – Love Island Comes to Town by Ben Halom,
6:20 – New Angle Fellows by Nathan Fervoy,
12:00 – Noura by Tosin Faseemo,
18:28 – Prince by Casey McCabe,
24:31 – Mod Sun by Emma Chekroun.
Centerstage Minnesota features Minnesota artists in an eclectic mix of folk, rock, blues, jazz, and world music.
Josh Cleveland and the Cedar Street Band returned to WTIP to perform on The Roadhouse this weekend before playing a pair of gigs at the Gunflint Tavern. Dave and Ann chatted with the group in between tunes to find out what they are up to.
This weekend we “sprung forward”, marking the beginning of daylight saving time. We thought this would be a good time to talk with a sleep expert about what happens to our body’s rhythm during the time change and get some other sleep tips.
North shore community member Bill Hansen is currently on month 10 of serving for the Peace Corps in Uganda. Bill is helping with economic and community development, which includes helping coffee growers and even starting a band. Ann recently chatted with Bill to find out more.
Most of us love wild blueberries, and recently researchers learned that apparently wolves do too. Thomas Gable is the project lead for the Voyageurs Wolf Project and a Ph.D. student at the University of Minnesota. He joined Dave on The Roadhouse to tell us more about the latest research.