Lakeshore Public Radio

Lakeshore Public Radio 89.1FM, initially known as The Lakeshore 89.1FM, first hit the airwaves across Northwest Indiana on January 19, 2010. The station was created after the board of directors for Lakeshore Public Media, which also operates our sister station Lakeshore PBS, saw the need for regional access to a public radio station in order to provide localized up-to-the-minute news and information for NW Indiana residents.

This week on ART ON THE AIR features Part one of our two part Covid-19 2021 Update where we interview many of our previous artist guests about how they have coped with the year-long pandemic, and its impact on them and their artistic endeavors. Our Spotlight with Jennifer Bisonnette &  Greg Coulter from the LaPorte Library discussing their various online and in-person programs including many art related activities.

Lauri Keagel, fill-in host for Green Fleet Radio, talks with Ezra Finkin, Director for Policy & Outreach for The Diesel Technology Forum. 

This week (3/12 & 3/14) on ART ON THE AIR features two musicians first with Joel Morrison of Minneapolis and next with Joe Marcinek of Crown Point both sharing their life journeys and their original music.

Our Spotlight with Tim King, of the LaPorte County Symphony, sharing details about their March 14th concert with a belated 250th birthday celebration for Beethoven.

In partnership with the Legacy Foundation, "Neighborhood Voice" brings you conversations from the minority owned business community. Here's Erica Fizer with Sonia Payton, of Decadent Flavor.

In partnership with the Legacy Foundation, "Neighborhood Voice" brings you conversations from the minority owned business community. Here's Erica Fizer with Angel Knight, of Trail My Mix.

In partnership with the Legacy Foundation, "Neighborhood Voice" brings you conversations from the minority owned business community. Here's Erica Fizer with Ron Gholson, Business Development Lead at DataMine Internet Marketing.

Lauri Keagle, fill-in host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Joe Exl, of the Northwestern Indiana Planning Commission (NIRPC).

Lauri Keagle, fill-in host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Matt Wells, of One Region. 

This week on ART ON THE AIR features Dr. Bradley Williard an expert in the field of breath and voice - creator and founder of Unlock Your Breath™ – The Williard Method™. Next we have the artistic director of the radio drama, Half Hour Audio Hour podcast, Andrew Pond, discussing the next original radio drama

Our Spotlight is on the activities of the Porter County Library with its director, Jessie Butz.

This week on ART ON THE AIR features an artist Karla Staley creating Handbags with Attitude from recycled items called, Bagitude! Next we feature Indianapolis based, tree-hugging ceramics artist Jennifer Meeker creating pieces inspired from nature.

Our Spotlight is on Local Jazz legend, Billy Foster discussing his free online big band history classes from IU Northwest.


This week on ART ON THE AIR features Wisconsin Northwoods writer, editor, teacher, director, actress, improviser, photographer, Parker Sterling, discussing her creative ventures. Next we have the creator of artisan cooking utensils using exotic woods, Tom O Reed. 

Our Spotlight is with Kelly Freeman discussing IAC Grant Application process for fiscal year 2022.


ART ON THE AIR features Yoga instructor and wearable art designer Becky Morcarski of BeMo Designs describing her unique creations that features a crocheted piece. Next Lauren Pacheco and Wendy Marciniak discuss IUN School of Art’s February pop-up exhibit at Chesterton Art Center.

Our Spotlight is with Becky Jascoviak talking about directing the Geneisus Guild online production of "Galampolozza."

Lauri Keagle, fill-in host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Ian Hirt, Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor. 

This week on ART ON THE AIR features Peter Gaona, the creator of the Reformed School that combines art, fashion, using eco friendly materials to create unique items you can wear and for your home. Next we have emerging musician Silvia Josefina with her newly released album of all original music, In the Now.

Our Spotlight is with Bill Hallier discussing the 2021 NW Indiana Poetry Showcase a juried event for all ages.

Cedar Lake Librarian Melissa Nowak discussing the many virtual programs from all over the country available to their patrons.

Lauri Keagle, fill-in host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Charles Breitenfeldt, Program Coordinator for the Northwest Indiana Partners for Clean Air at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management – Northwest Regional Office. 

In partnership with the Legacy Foundation, "Neighborhood Voice" brings you conversations from the minority owned business community. Here's Erica Fizer with Chelsea Whittington, Owner of CWhitt PR.

This week on ART ON THE AIR features East Chicago born Jefferson Award-winning actress Sybyl Walker, who has appeared on and off Broadway, in several television network series, who is also a playwright and poet, and now creates her own wearable art.

Our Spotlight is with Cedar Lake Librarian Melissa Nowak discussing the many virtual programs from all over the country available to their patrons.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Sabrina Haake, Principal for Haake Law Group.

In partnership with the Legacy Foundation, "Neighborhood Voice" brings you conversations from the minority owned business community. Here's Erica Fizer with Emily Edwards, of Emily's Foods.

This week on ART ON THE AIR features Chicago Danz Theatre’s Founder, Ellyzabeth Adler, discussing her multidisciplinary performance art form.  Next we feature Gary, Indiana singer songwriter, Kerry James Junior “KJ” - talking about his music.  Our Spotlight is with Dunes Summer Theatre Artistic Director Tito Sanchez-Williams announcing auditions for their summer season.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talking with Scott Weber, Transportation Planner & Analyst for the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission or NIRPC.

  

In partnership with the Legacy Foundation, "Neighborhood Voice" brings you conversations from the minority owned business community. Here's Erica Fizer with Chef Tasha Tanae, of Innovative Catering and Sweets.

ART ON THE AIR features Award-winning Nashville-based Singer-songwriter Annemarie Picerno, whose musical style is diverse, incorporates country, pop, blues, soul, and rock along with her signature powerful vocal style and thought provoking lyrics talks abut her upcoming album.

Our Spotlight is with Michigan City Library Youth Specialist, Jonathan Lovett updating on happenings for young people including their Dungeons and Dragons.

In partnership with the Legacy Foundation, "Neighborhood Voice" brings you conversations from the minority owned business community. Here's Erica Fizer with Shelice and Michael Tolbert, of Tolbert & Tolbert.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Todd Mouw, President, ROUSH CleanTech.

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Micah Bornstein, in for John Cain, on this edition of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Felix Maldonado, known as FLEX about his upcoming art projects in 2021.

This week on ART ON THE AIR features Monica Pasqual, Known for two decades as a member of Blame Sally. She is a Bay Area folk-pop singer-songwriter, using much of her previous recorded work with this, her sixth solo album, adding ten more songs that speak from both painful experience and optimistic resistance.

Our Spotlight is with Art Barn Executive Director Amy Navardaukas updating what is happening in the new year with exhibits, classes, and even plans for Art Blizt.

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Anthony Maietta, Environmental Protection Specialist for the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 5 Air and Radiation Division.

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Micah Bornstein, in for John Cain, on this edition of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Amy Davis Navardauskas, Executive Director of the Art Barn School of Art.

This New Year’s weekend on ART ON THE AIR features a mosaic artist, Robin Brailsford, who creates large award-winning and complex public art projects for more than two decades, and is a pioneer in the field and co-inventor of LithoMosaic process for setting mosaics in monolithic concrete. Our Spotlight is with Chesterton Art Center president Wendy Marciniak updating about the current member show running thru January 13th and upcoming classes at the center.

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