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Brown Bag Lunch

Lori Rothstein, of Minnesota Extension
North Shore Campus
Thu, 10/27/2016 - 11:30am - 1:00pm

Old Tea Cups Needed

Girl Scouts of Grand Marais
Mon, 10/31/2016 (All day)

One Community, One Book

Grand Marais Public Library and WTIP
Wed, 10/26/2016 - 4:00pm - Sat, 11/05/2016 - 12:00am

PBS program “Being Mortal

Care Partners of Cook County
Sawtooth Mountain Clinic
Thu, 10/27/2016 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Operation Family Christmas

Fri, 11/18/2016 - 4:00pm


Forest Service continues work on South Fowl snowmobile trail

The South Fowl Snowmobile Trail is a popular location for winter recreation. The Forest Service has recently been conducting work on clearing and improving the trail.


Special deer hunt permits now required at Cascade River and Judge Magney state parks

There are changes to requirements for hunting in two North Shore parks this fall. WTIP's Joe Friedrichs spoke with the DNR about these changes. (Audio posted below)

L to R, Sandler Waggoner, Jaia Wilbour, Shawn Neary, Raina Gravatt

The Medicine Brothers and Anima play on The Scenic Route

A special treat on the Scenic Route - two duos from Veroqua, WI come to Grand Marais just to play on WTIP before a show together in Duluth.


Ginstrings bring great bluegrass to Studio A

Bluegrass band Ginstrings was in Grand Marais recently to perform. Several of the band's members, Gavin Haskin (mandolin), Eli Bentley (guitar), and Edward Hou (fiddle), stopped by The Roadhouse to chat and play a few tunes. You can learn more about their music and their schedule here.

Gordon Thorne and Jim Olschmidt

Gordon Thorne and Jim Olschmidt
Wed, 10/26/2016 - 8:00pm
Bluefin Grille

The Pete K Group

The Pete K Group
Sat, 10/22/2016 - 9:00pm
Grandma Ray's

The Pete K Group plays at Grandma Ray's from 9-12 at Grandma Ray's on Saturday.

US Bank Stadium holds up to 70,000 people. Photo by Joe Friedrichs

Members of WTIP staff attend Vikings game at US Bank Stadium

WTIP was given two press passes for the Vikings game on Oct. 9.

Taqralik Partridge (l.) & Nina Segalowitz

Visiting Inuit throat singers stop by The Roadhouse

Last weekend marked the 16th annual Inuit Premier at Sivertson Gallery. Inuit throat singers Taqralik Partridge (left) and Nina Segalowitz (right) traveled to Grand Marais to be part of the celebration. They, along with gallery director Abby Tofte, stopped by The Roadhouse to talk about throat singing and what it means, and to demonstrate this amazing vocal form. 


North Shore News Hour

on WTIP Monday 12-1pm, Monday 5-6pm, Tuesday 12-1pm, Tuesday 5-6pm, Wednesday 12-1pm, Wednesday 5-6pm, Thursday 12-1pm, Thursday 5-6pm and Friday 12-1pm.

The North Shore News Hour includes up-to-the minute weather, North Shore happenings in local news, sports and entertainment, as well as a variety of features from WTIP staff and voluntee


Extreme rock climber who thrives on risky behavior might have different brain than most of us

We ran across a fascinating article about a famous free solo (unroped) rock climber, Alex Honnold, and how his brain works. Dave chatted with the article's author, Canadian independent journalist J.B. MacKinnon, about why JB became interested in finding out about Alex's brain, and what he learned.

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