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'Porcelain' class offered at Grand Marais Art Colony, October 10-12

‘Porcelain’ is a ceramics class offered through the Grand Marais Art Colony in October.


The Lake Superior Project/Logo by Lauryl Loberg

LSProject: 50 Years on Mic Mac Lake

Mic Mac Lake is a remote lake within Tettegouche State Park.


WTIP seeks your feedback!

WTIP seeks your feedback!

Autumn is here, and with it the busyness of summertime is beginning to wind down, providing the opportunity to step back and reflect on the arts and culture programming and events that WTIP has offere


Barb LaVigne & Yvonne Mills enjoy the 2015 Radio Waves Music Festival

A big Radio Waves thank you!

WTIP would like to extend our sincere appreciation to the many people who made this year’s Radio Waves Music Festival a success!
 


Heck Yeah Holler String Band

Heck Yeah Holler String Band makes radio debut

The Heck Yeah Holler String Band (Amymarie Schmidt, Andy Schmidt, Tim Dennison, Pat Flack & Bob LaMettry) made its radio debut (minus Bob) on The Roadhouse Sept. 11, the evening before kicking off the eighth annual Radio Waves Music Festival Saturday morning. 


Stage Door: Techs

‘Stage Door’ takes us behind the scenes at the Grand Marais Playhouse.


Dorothy Dora Whipple, courtesy of Wendy Makoons Geniusz

Anishinaabe Way: Dorothy Dora Whipple

"Chi-mewinzha" means "A Long Time Ago" in the Ojibwe language. It's also the title of a book of bilingual Ojibwe stories by Leech Lake elder Dorothy Dora Whipple.


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Plucked Up String Band makes Roadhouse debut

There's a new band in town, the Plucked Up String Band, and they stopped by Studio A to chat and share their great original music. The band is Elliott Noyce on mandolin, Will Moore on upright bass, Matt Nesheim on banjo, and Bill Hansen on dobro. You can hear more from the band at Radio Waves, Saturday, Sept. 12, and at Unplugged at North House, Sept. 17.


The Lake Superior Project/Logo by Lauryl Loberg

LSP: From Bayfield to Baikal

Last summer a group of students and adults from Bayfield, Wisconsin, traveled to Lake Baikal in Russia.