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North Shore Readers and Writers Festival

Who: 
Grand Marais Art Colony, Drury Lane Books, Grand Marais Public Library
When: 
Thu, 11/05/2015 (All day) - Sun, 11/08/2015 (All day)

The first annual North Shore Readers and Writers Festival will be held Thursday through Sunday, November 5-8, with workshops, readings, panel discussions, and special events.

Timmy Haus

Timmy Haus plays The Roadhouse

Buck Benson and Dave TerSteeg welcomed local musician Timmy Haus to The Roadhouse Aug. 14 for fun chat and great sound. 

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WTIP to broadcast live from the Minnesota State Fair on September 2

WTIP will be doing a live one-day broadcast from the Education Building at the Minnesota State Fair on Wednesday, September 2. WTIP volunteer LeAnn Zunker spoke with Deb Benedict and Jana Berka a

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Farmland

Northern Gardening talks Community Supported Agriculture

 Hosts Joan Farnam and Diane Booth discuss Sustainable Agriculture in Cook and Lake Counties with guests David Abazs, Round River Farm in Finland, Melinda Spin

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Gypsy moth larvae by Jon on Flickr

Gypsy moth workshop offered on August 24

The gypsy moth affects many of the trees that make our northeastern Minnesota forests so appealing.

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Rev. R.L. Bush and the Revived Sons

North Shore Music Association hosts Rev. R.L. Bush & the Revived Sons on August 22

The Association is celebrating their 30th birthday with a performance by Rev. R.L. Bush and the Revived Sons on Saturday, August 22, at 7:30 p.m.

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First data from neutrino experiment based in northern Minnesota: Physicist explains

Physicists just released the first data from the neutrino experiment based at the NOvA lab near International Falls. Prof. Dan Cronin-Hennessy of the U of MN joined Dave TerSteeg Aug. 14 to explain the study and why neutrinos are so important. You can see a 7-minute overview of the experiment by watching this video. And visit the Fermilab website here.

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courtesy Chris Polydoroff

Gratitude practice may help recovering alcoholics stay sober

Dr Amy Krentzman of the U of MN School of Social Work and the Center for Spirituality and Healing has been studying the practice of gratitude in addiction treatment and recovery. She talked with Buck Aug. 14 about what she's found in her research on how a gratitude practice supports the process of recovery...which can be as simple as finding three things to be thankful for each day.

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Rainy weather

Rain returns to the forecast

The oppressive heat appears to be over and cooler temps and precipitation returns to the forecast. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Stewart.

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The Marvelous Imagination of Katie Addams: Chapter 21

Chapter 21: Dad

(Photo courtesy of Loren Kerns on Flickr)

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WTIP Weekend News Roundup for August 15

Some area schools don’t get passing grades. The wolf population remains stable and wild rice looks good ahead of harvest. The EDA studies housing and Rep.

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The Reunion Tour group. (Photo by Audrey Summers)

The Reunion Tour

Earlier this summer, WTIP's Audrey Summers took a special Lake Superior Circle Tour- a reunion tour. 18 years earlier, she took the exact same trip, with the exact same group.

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Organizing your Online Life

Dr. Siri Anderson of St. Catherine University is hosting a lecture called "Organizing your Online Life" with Cook County Higher Education.

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Tofte, MN

Tofte Township Board August Update

The Tofte Township Board had their August monthly meeting recently, so Board Supervisor Jeanne Larson spoke with WTIP's Julie Carlson on North Shore Morning about what was covered in the meeting.&

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Wildersmith on the Gunflint: August 14

Upper Gunflint weather has been on the pleasant side during our first August stanza. In fact, whatever normal might be, it has been right on point.

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