Sivertson Gallery is hosting ‘Do You Raku? We Do!’ on Saturday October 4th from 10am to 3pm. WTIP volunteer Mary Manning spoke with C.J.
Matthew Brown had the opportunity to speak with artist and educator Wayne Potratz Sept. 26. Wayne recently retired from the U of MN after 45 years of teaching, and was named the 2013 Outstanding Art Educator by the International Sculpture Center. He's guest artist at Last Chance Gallery during Crossing Borders, which runs every day from 10 to 6 through Oct. 5. You can learn more about Wayne and see his work here.
Minn. & Wisc. Sea Grant programs' award-winning research protects Duluth-Superior harbor infrastructure-
Jeff Gunderson, director of Minnesota Sea Grant, spoke with Randy Eastlund Sept. 26 about work they did with Wisconsin Sea Grant to identify and mitigate corrosion to the port of Duluth-Superior's infrastructure, thereby saving millions of dollars in future repair and replacement costs. You can learn more about the work of Sea Grant here.
The Cook County Historical Society, in Grand Marais, Minnesota, works to collect, preserve and share knowledge about the history of Cook County, and relate it to the history of the State of Minnesota.
Picture and bio to come!
Will Moore talks with David Howe of North Shore Timber Products Services to talk about the factors contributing to this season's low supply of firewood.
There were so many great acts and voices at this year's Radiowaves Festival, it was hard capturing them all!
The Johnson Heritage Post in Grand Marais will be featuring “Five Generations of Art” in a new exhibit that runs through November 2.
The North Shore Music Association will be featuring a silent auction in addition to a concert by John Mark Nelson and his 4-piece band at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts.
For the most part, our warm fall weather is probably finished. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson about sliding into fall.
Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.