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Why Quilts Matter

Marquette, Michigan – November 11, 2016 – A “quilt” can be defined as “a warm bed covering made of padding enclosed between layers of fabric and kept in place by lines of stitching, typically applied in a decorative design.” So why do they matter? Jo Wittler from the Marquette Regional History Center stopped by the […]

Great Gifts at Holiday Bazzare in Trenary

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Trenary, Michigan – November 10, 2016 – Community members and visitors were able to get an early start to their Christmas shopping Saturday thanks to the Holiday Bazzare in Trenary.  Rose St. Martin, lead organizer of the Bazzare, stopped by the 8th Day to discuss the event. Rose St. Martin is a member of the […]

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Museum After Dark

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Marquette, Michigan – November 9, 2016 – What better time to go to a museum than after dark? The Marquette Regional History Center is hosting their 5th annual “Museum After Dark Event” and Betsy Roots from the MRHC stopped by the 8th Day to talk about it. The “Museum After Dark” series is in event […]

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Global Fair Trade Offers Fair Prices and Helps Artisans

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Marquette, Michigan – November 8, 2016 – There are artisans all over the world that create unique items but do not have the resources to offer them at a fair price to others or for themselves.  The Global Fair Trade Initiative is working to help them garner fair prices for fair work.  Rachael Skaw from […]

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Republican Congressional Nominee Jack Bergman Joins Todd Pazz on The 8th Day

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Marquette, MI  –   November 11, 2016 –  With tomorrow being the largest election day this year, Todd Paz brought 2016 Republican Candidate for Congress, Jack Bergman on-air to talk about his plans for a term in Congress. Bergman started the interview with some background about himself and the reasons he chose to run for Congress. […]

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Enjoy Halloween at Boo on the Bay

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Baraga, Michigan – October 28, 2016 – With Halloween right around the corner, festivities celebrating the holiday are in full force.  One of the events that captures the spirit of Halloween is Boo on the Bay in Baraga. Susan Rasch, the coordinator for Boo on the Bay, stopped by the 8th Day to talk to […]

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Local Art Prize Artists Get Their Shine

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Escanaba, Michgian – October 27, 2016 – Some of the best artists in the world can be found a stones throw away right here in the Upper Peninsula.  These artists are being honored with an exhibit dedicated to them.  City of Marquette Art and Culture Manager, Tina Harris, stopped by the 8th Day to talk […]

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Get Thrilled at the Haunted Corn Maze of Terror in Baraga

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Baraga, Michigan – October 26, 2016 – With Halloween fast approaching, time of terror is upon us! Joe DesRochers from the Baraga Field of Terror Haunted Corn Maze joined the 8th Day to talk to Todd Paz about all the scary fun you can have there! This is the 5th year the Field of Terror […]

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Missoula Children’s Theatre Visits Calumet Theatre

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Calumet, Michigan – October 25, 2016 – Cody Schmidt from the Missoula Children’s Theatre joined the 8th Day to talk with Todd Paz about the Theatre’s showing of Rumplestiltskin at the Calumet Theatre. Missoula Children’s Theatre is a traveling theatre program that puts on popular plays which put local children as the actors.  The theatre’s […]

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Cycling Season Never Stops in the Upper Peninsula

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Marquette, Michigan – October 24, 2016 – Chris Schmidt, a race organizer for the Keweenaw Cup Cyclocross Races, joined Todd Pazz on the 8th Day to give a little more insight into the season of “off season” cycling. Chris explained that Cyclocross got started in the early part of the last century, mainly in France […]

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