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.
On this episode of Real College Podcast we look at ways everyone can be kinder to planet.
1:12 Earth Day History by Hannah Dove
7:57 Food Recovery by Liv Riggins
14:34 Reusing Textiles by Ben Halom
On this episode of Real College podcast the team sort of dips their toes into the world of true crime by exploring murder in different forms.
1:19 Smily Face Killer by Lizzie Richie
8:24 Murder Most Fowl by Ben Halom
15:26 The Vikings by Grant Sandberg and Trask Angell
With the days getting warmer and sunnier Real College Podcast looks into love.
1:14 Couples Research by Nathan Fervoy
10:44 Reptile Breeding by Ben Halom
19:17 Breakup Stories by Liv Riggins
23:13 Mama Mia by Casey McCabe
On this episode of The Live Feed we take you to the 2019 Midwest Music Fest for a Minnesota favorite, Alex Rossi. Alex discusses the evolution of his nearly 20 year career, what it was like to jam with P-Funk in Australia, and what the future holds. If you’re into blues, soul and funk then you’re in for a treat.
Lorna Landvik shares her thoughts on book signing events, being a shameless “Minnesota booster,” and her love of the Minnesota habits that we cling to (like our accents, doncha know).
It couldn’t have been more of a jolt.
Lifelong Minnesotan Anika Fajardo left Madison, WI in January to spend her break with the father she’d never met. The last thing the college student, bundled for -30, expected when she stepped off the plane in tropical Colombia, was how it felt to be surrounded with people who looked like her.
As a history and place inspired artist, moving away from Duluth may be challenging but with change brings opportunity. Robbert Dewitt Adams joins us on Radio Gallery to talk about art, Duluth, moving, his final show and where you might get some final pearls of cartoon or collage wisdom before he leaves Duluth.
A deeply Minnesotan exhibit called Beads opens this week at The Nordic Center in Duluth. Beads brings together beadwork pieces from northern peoples, “specifically the Norwegian Hardanger tradition and the Anishinaabe traditional and contemporary beadwork here in Minnesota,” according to the Nordic Center.
The Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop began 29 years ago in honor of the 20th anniversary of Earth Day. Everyone is invited to celebrate with earth-friendly and earth-honoring art, on Saturday April 20, from 10am-5pm in Duluth.
“Honestly tho…,”an exhibition about the revolutionary nature of vulnerability,” opens this Friday, April 12 at Prøve Gallery in Duluth. This is a collective show, celebrating the power of intimacy, pleasure and physical body autonomy.