Artist Open House is a place where creative people talk about their work in their own words. Not just what they do, but why and what inspires them to continue.
Summer has arrived in the north woods...accompanied by biting insects, colorful wildflowers and ruby-throated hummingbirds.
The yellow dust you’ve been wiping off your outdoor furniture or grill is really pine pollen, and there’s a good deal more to it than meets the eye.
There’s a lot happening at the
Local fav Michael Monroe stopped by Studio A July 3 to play a few songs from his most recent album, "Folk Legends," and to talk about his music and log cabin concerts. You can learn more here.
Local bluesman Gordon Thorne stopped by The Roadhouse July 3 for a few tunes... as well as conversation about everything from obscure blues singers to waterskiing.
Local artist Betsy Bowen visited Uganda in 2009 and 2010. While there, she met artists and taught art to kids. An exhibit of work by Ugandan wood block artists Fred Mutebi and Hassan Mukiibi, as well as woodcuts by more than 20 kids Betsy worked with, opened recently at Betsy Bowen Studio. Betsy joined Dick July 3 to talk about her experiences in Uganda. The exhibit runs through July 19, and you can learn more here.
Summer is here at the Cook County Whole Foods Co-op! General manager Jennifer Stoltz gave WTIP an update on Co-op happenings, including summer hours and new Board of Directors positions.
On Saturday, July 11, gypsy-jazz musician Sam Miltich is coming to the Arrowhead Center for the Arts to perform with the skyBlue Jazz Quartet.
Rain will eventually exit the area for a couple of days, and the sun will warm things up to the mid-60’s.
Defensiveness is a relational disease. How do we move beyond it to increase the quality of our relationships?
Each week the WTIP News Department reviews the major stories of the past five days.
Fish are an important part of a healthy diet. Catching and eating fish are also part of the history and culture of the Great Lakes region.