Tag Archives: Noah Hausmann

Throwback theater

By Noah Hausmann The Red Jacket Jamboree, a live old-timey radio variety show, will feature stories, songs and humorous sketches about the Keweenaw Peninsula at its upcoming, premiere performance October 14 and 15 at the historic Calumet Theatre. The jamboree was inspired in part by the Red Metal Radio Show, which ran 2009 to 2013 […]

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The vinyl revolution

By Noah Hausmann Pull the record from its artful sleeve, see the glossy vinyl gleam and place it gently on the turntable. Lift the tonearm into place and hear the soft thump of the needle finding the groove. Then sit back and watch the disc spin, listening to the warm sounds—and occasional crackle—of analog music, […]

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Thank God it’s Wednesday

Story and photos by Noah Hausmann Far removed from the worries of the outside world, safe inside their creative space, a group of artists and friends meets to share their passion for art and life. Aptly named, the artist group “Thank God it’s Wednesday” (TGIW) rejoices when, craft supplies in hand, they gather from 1 […]

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A home for hospice

by Noah Hausmann Plans are in place to begin construction of the first hospice house in the Central U.P. this spring, as long as fundraising goals for what will be known as “Trillium House” are met. If all goes according to plan, the hospice house would be open to patients in the fall. The eight-bedroom […]

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