The Sky Blue Jazz Ensemble (the version in studio was Mike DeBevec, keyboard; Eric Hahn, sax; Karina Roth, vocals; Barb LaVigne, flute; Mike Roth, bass) stopped by Studio A recently to preview their upcoming concert. It's called "All Our Own Jazz," Oct. 22, 7 p.m., at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, and will feature local musicians playing original compositions.
It’s been a busy summer at North Shore Winery, as WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs reports in this feature about the new business.
Black River Revue is a hard-and-fast bluegrass band from the Twin Ports area, and frequent visitors of Grand Marais' Gunflint Tavern.
We caught up recently with one of our favorite guests, Sam Cook, outdoors editor for the Duluth News Tribune. He and Dave talked grouse hunting, nuisance bears, new regulations, and much more. You can read Sam's articles and columns here.
The IgNobels are awarded every year at Harvard University for research that first makes people laugh, then makes them think. Mike Reeves chatted with Marc Abrahams, editor of the Annals of Improbable Research, about this year's awards, the incredible prizes involved, and why the whole thing got started. Nature (magazine) calls the IgNobel awards "the highlight of the scientific calendar." Celebrating research like the effect of wearing trousers on the sex life of rats, or assessing the perceived personalities of rocks, who could argue?
Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. Missing ATVer finds his way back. Missing anglers found in Lake Superior search. Magnetation ready for bankruptcy.
Cook County will officially recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday, Oct. 10. WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs has this story on what lead to the decision.
Hi. This is Brandee Wenzel, administrative support assistant, with this week’s National Forest Update - information on conditions affecting travel and recreation on the east end of t
Addie and Gracie report the latest School News.