Dave TerSteeg & Ann Possis welcomed local jazz guitarist and composer Briand Morrison to Studio A March 13. He's working on a new project called "Briand Morrison Presents Musical Impressions, The Art of George Morrison," in which he composes and performs music to accompany a series of slides of his father's work. In this interview he explains the project and share three of the 12 songs. You can learn more about Briand and his work at www.briandmorrison.com.
Here is a good deal. On Thursday, April 9th, a free visit to the dentist is available for all young people ages 18 months to 26 years old. The free services include an exam, cleaning, x-ra
The moose population in northeast Minnesota has been in decline over the past decade. In this edition of the Lake Superior Project, Dr.
Jack and Christina report the latest School News.
Karen Babine, an English professor who grew up in northern Minnesota, is just out with a book of essays exploring the meaning of place and identity: "Water and What We Know: Following the Roots of a Northern Life." She spoke with Ann Possis Mar. 13 about the book and why she feels place is so important in our lives. You can learn more about Karen and her writing at www.karenbabine.com.
It’s the second year for the Great Place Project, offering mini-grants for places that reflect the unique character and identity of the community.
Septic inspections and plenty of talk about roads and radio towers. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Cook County Commissioner Frank Moe.
Minnesota's moose are on the decline. Dr. Seth Moore, director of biology and environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, talked with Ann Possis recently about what's affecting the moose, what researchers seek to learn by collaring both adults and calves, and much more.
On Tuesday, Cook County Commissioners unanimously voted to support a 180 foot ARMER radio tower for the Cascade tower location.