Arts & Culture
Ann Possis visited with Washburn, Wisc., musician and artist Marlin Ledin Jan. 18 about his project to record the ice sounds of Lake Superior, both to preserve them and as an inspiration for his music. The interview includes several segments of those recordings. He was in Grand Marais to speak at North House Folk School the next evening. You can learn more about him, his music, and his field recordings here.
Travis Payer is Nebraska Ho Chunk and Bad River Ojibwe. He has lived in the Minneapolis St. Paul area his whole life and has been a Minneapolis Fire Fighter for 17 years.
Idle No More is a grassroots movement that has recently been sweeping across the country and the world.
The asteroid Apophis was discovered by astronomers in 2004.
The small village of Inukjuak in Nunavut, Canada, has been the site of a lot of media attention in the last few weeks.
Vincent Gargiulo is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has been shown around the country.
Sisters Mildred Potter Thoreson and Honey Potter Eliasen grew up with their three other siblings Marge, Pat and Merle in the Hovland and the Pigeon River area. In this edition of Moments in Time
Bob & Buck hosted musicians Michael Monroe and Claudia Schmidt Dec. 28, in advance of their Log Cabin Concerts for the holiday weekend. They played and sang together and solo, and made great conversation in between.