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Humans of Duluth: Faces of Lakeside business owners


George Lokken owns Superior Beads, a store that has been in business for 14 years. Lokken has lived in Lakeside for 26 years. Photo by Megan Hopps



Pete Ullrich is the 3rd owner of a barbershop that has been in Lakeside for 85 years. Ullrich has been the owner of the shop for the past 14 years. Photo by Megan Hopps



Sarah Garramone has lived in Lakeside for over a year. She works at Johnson’s Bakery and said that Lakeside is one of the best communities she’s been to. Photo by Megan Hopps



Janet Anelli owns Hannah Johnson Fabrics, a store she named after her grandmother, who sewed her dresses when she was a child. Photo by Megan Hopps



Kim Kervina (left) owns Vina, a Lakeside boutique that she opened two years ago. Chloe Dryke (right), girlfriend of Kervina’s son, works at the boutique and attends the College of St. Scholastica. Photo by Megan Hopps



Lynne Ziemski owns an antique store in Lakeside that has been in business for 17 years. Photo by Megan Hopps



Stephanie Jeanetta has lived in Lakeside for six months and manages the Snap Fitness on Superior Street. Photo by Megan Hopps


Powell Littlejohn

Powell Littlejohn works at a Lakeside tattoo shop, Studio 7 Tattoo. He’s been tattooing for 2 years. Photo by Ilia Jones


Gayle Healy

Gayle Healy owns local shop called Serendipity. She has lived in Duluth for 51 years, and she said the people of Duluth keep her here. Photo by Ilia Jones


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