Chloe reports the latest School News.
There’s been enough spring-like weather to get the season going. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about where we are in mid-May this year.
The Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency serves northeast Minnesota, and is also a designated Community Action agency dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.
Jack reports the latest School News.
DNT outdoors editor Sam Cook joined us from the road, on his way to the Governor's Fishing Opener on Lake Vermilion. He and Buck chatted about the opener and Sam shared some great stories from seasons past. You can find Sam's outdoors reporting here.
What do these three words, inch, deal and peg, have in common? You might be able to answer more quickly if you've been spending time outdoors--it turns out that time in nature can actually enhance your brain function. Dr. Frank Ferraro, a psychology professor at Nebraska Wesleyan University, has been studying this phenomenon right here in the BWCAW. He talked with Dick May 8 about his research and what he found. Oh, the answer to that question? Square.
Journalist and MPR host Cathy Wurzer and educator Bruce Kramer embarked on a series of broadcast conversations as Bruce dealt with ALS, about how facing death can transform one's outlook on life. "We Know How This Ends: Living While Dying," is the remarkable book that came out of these conversations and their resulting friendship. Cathy spoke with Buck recently about getting to know Bruce at the same time she struggled with her own losses, including her father's decline into dementia. Click here for the archived conversations between Cathy and Bruce. You can learn more about the book here.
The Cook County YMCA hosts a Wednesday Night Wellness Series.
Projection is a defense mechanism, where we project what we don't like about ourselves onto others. It's helpful to notice it in action.
‘Indians and Public Art: Changing the Image’ is now open at the Grand Portage Community Center. A reception with the artists is Thursday May 14th from 3 to 5pm.