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.
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.
Local residents and anyone with interest is invited to help shape the future of Grand Marais during a series of public meetings this week.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
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In preparation for the November 8 General Election, WTIP’s Jay Andersen has been interviewing local candidates about the challenges and opportunities of holding public office.
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