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The Roadhouse

  • Friday 5-7pm
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Arts & Culture Interviews & Live Music
This program officially starts the weekend along the North Shore and across the North Woods. Hosts Dave TerSteeg, Brian Neil, and Julie Carlson, and producer Ann Possis, provide two hours packed with insightful interviews,  weekend happenings, and toe-tapping music. You never know quite what to expect on the Roadhouse! 
 
Arts, cultural and history features on WTIP are made possible in part by funding from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Check out other programs and features funded in part with support from the Heritage Fund.

 


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Peter Ostroushko in Grand Marais

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The Roadhouse's Bob Carter chatted recently with singer/songwriter Peter Ostroushko, who appeared In Grand Marais Jan. 30. Listen to the interview.

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The Roadhouse: Jim Kalb to race from International Falls to Tower -- listen to interview

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Jim Kalb, who will race from International Falls to Tower Feb. 1, rode his racing bike loaded with gear to the interview Jan. 22. See the Web site here.

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Gooneybirds rock the Roadhouse

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Bob and Buck hosted the Gooneybirds in studio Jan. 15 for a rockin' good time. Listen to the music and interview.

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2010 Banished Words List from Lake Superior State University

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Bob and Buck spoke Jan. 8 with Tom Pink of LSSU on their 2010 Banished Words list. Can you guess any? Learn more. Listen to the interview.

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Cook County resident Gene Glader authors book on historic downtown Grand Marais

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Longtime Cook County resident Gene Glader stopped by The Roadhouse New Year's Day to discuss his new book about the history of local structures, "Downtown Grand Marais." Hear the interview.

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Lake Superior Brewing Co. wins gold medal

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Buck and Ann chatted Dec. 18 with Dale Kleinschmidt, head brewer at Lake Superior Brewing Co. in Duluth, about winning a gold medal for their Oktoberfest Lager at the recent World Beer Championships. Listen to the interview.

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Saving the Best for Last: Creating Your LIfe After 50

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The authors of a new book for women at midlife, Joyce Kramer, Renee Fisher, and Jean Peelen, talked with Ann Dec. 11 about "Saving the Best for Last: Creating Your Life After 50." Learn more about the authors' work. Listen to the interview.

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Lexicographer Christine Lindberg on the 2009 Word of the Year

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Bob and Ann chatted Dec. 4 with Christine Lindberg, senior lexicographer at Oxford University Press, about the 2009 Word of the Year: unfriend. Find out more about Word of the Year and the runners-up. Listen to the interview.

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Dave Watson first to ski down K2, world's second-highest mountain

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Buck and Bob talked with Dave Watson of the Twin Cities, who recently became the first person to ski down K2, the world's second-highest mountain. Learn more about his adventure. Listen to the interview.

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Sami Rasouli, Iraqi & American citizen, founder of Muslim Peacemaker Teams

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Bob and Buck spoke Nov. 20 with Sami Rasouli, founder of the Muslim Peacemaker Teams in Iraq, whose mission is to work together for peace, unity and self-sufficiency in the face of the current violence. Sami's message is based on principles of nonviolence from the Koran. Learn more about MPT at www.mpt-iraq.org Listen to the interview.

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