Before the Christmas Holiday can begin, let’s first get past the end of the world.
Michael Monroe has been making music for 40 years -- 20 of them in Cook County. WTIP’s Jay Andersen recently visited with Michael about his unique creative process for Artist Open House.
This week on the show, we bring you a brand-new edition of the Youth Take, where we asked people around town what they think about the rights of employers to access their employees' Facebook pages
Expect a little snow, expect a little cold. In other words it’s December, but not too hard to take. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson.
Three north shore projects received funding this week from the IRRRB.
WTIP’s Jay Andersen sdpoke with Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board Commissioner Tony Sertich.
Buck & Bob welcomed The Brothers Burn Mountain (Ryan & Jesse Dermody) to Studio A Dec. 14. The Brothers play original Americana and bluegrass, with poetic lyrics, on guitar and drums. They were in town for two performances at the Gun Flint Tavern.
Anytime a school tragedy strikes, we turn to our own schools.
In the aftermath of the mass killings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, we focus our attention on our own community.
The Grand Marais Public Library has been awarded five-star status. Linda Chappelle and Patsy Ingibrigtsen stopped by WTIP and told AM Community Calendar Host Jana Berka all about the award.
Ontario environmental/adventure travel journalist Conor Mihell on his first book, "The Greatest Lake"-
Buck visited recently with award-winning environmental & adventure travel journalist Conor Mihell, on his new book, "The Greatest Lake: Stories from Lake Superior's North Shore." They talked about the Canadian north shore, what it's like to be a wilderness guide, environmental threats to the Big Lake, and much more.
Will the world end Dec. 21 in the 'Mayan Apocalypse'? Psychology expert addresses the science of fear-
Bob spoke with Prof. Shmuel Lissek of the U of MN department of psychology Dec. 14. Lissek's specialty is the science of fear. They talked about how and why humans react to imagined fearful situations the same as to real ones, and what happens in our bodies and minds when we're afraid.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
Wolf hunting and trapping in the northeast zone closed for the remainder of the late season at the end of shooting and trapping hours on Saturday, Dec.