Arts & Culture

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Annie Mack's powerful voice fills Studio A

Buck and Dick welcomed Annie Mack to The Roadhouse July 4. Her music mixes gospel, blues, roots, country and soul to tell rich stories. Her husband Paul O'Sullivan accompanied her on guitar. Annie performed the next evening with her entire band at the ACA in Grand Marais. You can learn more about her music here.


Hovland Arts Festival

The 9th Annual Hovland Arts Festival

Every year, artists get together at the Hovland Arts Festival to display and sell their works.


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Duluth bluegrass band Tin Can Gin rocks Studio A

Duluth bluegrass band Tin Can Gin made their Roadhouse debut June 27 with great tunes and the stories behind them. You can learn more about the band and where they're playing here.


Artist Open House: New Mural for Grand Marais

After the mosaics on the old Cook County Coop building came down, a new artistic vision soon took shape.


Gloria Martineau

Anishinaabe Way: Gloria Martineau

Gloria Martineau is a member of the Grand Portage Band of Chippewa. In this segment she shares stories about summertime in Grand Marais, Mabel's Cafe and the local bear population.


Ollar Snevets' Headstone at Maple Hill Cemetary

Moments in Time: Ollor Snevets

Noel Ollor Snevets was born on May 26, 1896 in Michigan.  He spent much of his adult life living in Cook County.  Ollor is somewhat legendary in these parts and there are countless stories t


Boyd "Bump" Blomberg

Local Music Project: Boyd "Bump" Blomberg

Cook County resident Boyd “Bump” Blomberg has a new CD coming out this summer under his band name Pushing Chain.  In this edition of the Local Music Project, we learn about Bump&rsquo


Phoebe and Carl F. Nelson

Moments in Time: Bootleg Liquor

In this edition of WTIP's ongoing historical series, Moments in Time, we talk with Willard Nelson of Lutsen.  Nelson's grandparents were the founders of Lutsen Resort and Willard gre


 

French Voyageur music live from the Wooden Boat Show at North House

Tom Van Cleve (fiddle) and Ken McMillan (guitar) braved chilly conditions to make some great toe-tappin' music June 20 at the Wooden Boat Show at North House, where The Roadhouse was broadcasting


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Julie Buckles tells of her 1,700-mile canoe honeymoon in a canoe she & her husband built themselves

In 1999, Julie Buckles and her new husband built a wood and canvas canoe and set off on a 1,700-mile canoe honeymoon on the Voyageur Highway from Lake Superior to Wollaston Lake. She recently wrote a book about their adventure, "Paddling to Winter," available in bookstores and online. Julie spoke with Dick June 20 live at the North House Wooden Boat Show on the harbor.