Hi, It’s Lynden Blomberg here. I recently joined WTIP’s Youth Radio Program and I am very happy to be part of it! I am in 8th grade and I go to Great Expectations School.
You’re invited to put on your dancing shoes and come to the North Shore Music Association’s music and dance event on April 4.
David Treuer, Ojibwe from Leech Lake, now lives in southern California, writing and teaching at USC. He joined Buck Mar. 20 to discuss his latest book, "Prudence," which explores issues of love, desire, and race against the background of World War II. You can learn more about David and his work here.
The Sheriff’s department will soon have an interactive website featuring new crime mapping softwear. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Cook County Sheriff Pat Eliason.
Michael Monroe has just released his 12th album, "Folk Legends," a tribute to the heroes of folk who inspired him to make music. He stopped by Studio A Mar. 20 to chat with Bob about it and play a few cuts off the CD. A CD release party is scheduled at theChanhassen Fireside Theater April 10 & 11. You can learn more about Michael's music here.
The Sawtooth Mountain Clinic is involved both with Moving Matters and the Great Places Project. The clinic and other rural clinics have made the hurdle back from an impending fiscal cliff.
Chapter 7: Madrid
(Photo courtesy of Loren Kerns on Flickr)
On this edition of the Youth Show we are talking about careers. Many of the Youth Producers interview prominent members of the community and the high school.
In this interview with WTIP's own Patrick Knight, Youth Producer Nina Woerheide asks what interests Patrick and what motivated him to pursue a career in media.