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05/25 -Cook County Food Shelf
05/26 -Cook County Community Education classes & events
05/27 -Ultimate Frisbee
There are lots fish in Cook County lakes – the trick is to know where they are and how to catch them. Tune in to DayBreak every Friday, between 7 and 8 a.m. to hear the latest report on what’s biting and where. And visit the Local Fish Report on our website for archived editions of this weekly feature.
Have an interest in learning how to record, edit and produce content for radio? WTIP is offering four 'Editing for Radio' workshops this month: May 7, 14, 21 and 28 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Each is a stand-alone session, so you can choose the date that works best for you. Space is limited, please register in advance. To register for a workshop, visit our website or call 218-387-1070.
Tune in to North Shore Morning every Thursday around 8:50 a.m., and North Shore Weekend every Saturday around 7:45 a.m., as local artist and art enthusiast Joan Farnam shares what's happening in the arts along the shore. And visit NorthShore ArtScene on our website, for event details and striking images from local photographers.
The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) has announced the 2015 regional winners of the Edward R. Murrow Awards. In the small market radio category WTIP won for best News Series, “Trafficking and Lake Superior” by Kelly Schoenfelder. Click on "Read more" for the full story and for links to archived editions of the series.
Spring is here, and Field Notes has returned for the season! Tune in Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings between 9 and 10 a.m., as local birding expert Molly Hoffman takes you along for a walk through the woods of Cook County, identifying bird songs and sharing details about bird behavior. And visit the Field Notes page on our website for archived editions.
Tune in to North Shore Weekend every Saturday around 9 a.m. for a weekly storybook serial - The Marvelous Imagination of Katie Addams - written and performed by local author, artist and storyteller Rose Arrowsmith DeCoux. It's a poignant story about love, family and adventure in a summer of change. Click here to listen to previous editions.
Funding from Minnesota’s Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment is enabling WTIP, in conjunction with AMPERS independent public radio stations across the state, to take part in preserving Minnesota’s history and cultural heritage through programming features. Learn more and check out our projects here. Photo by Stephan Hoglund.