Four Duluth writers talk about their work and Duluth’s “literary renaissance”
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Lucie Amundsen, Margi Preus, Joeseph Maiolo and Bart Sutter all have two things in common:…
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Legally blind Duluth resident talks about origamiMarch 14, 2013 · No comments
Todd Olson is a legally blind teacher of origami at the Pineapple Art Center in...
UMD professor finds strength despite family traumaMarch 12, 2013 · No comments
Melanie Goldish, a professor at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD), can still remember the...
Lesbians share experiences of living in DuluthMarch 7, 2013 · No comments
A timeline chronicling moments in gay rights history. Page through with your left and right...
Snowflake Nordic Center hosts annual skijoring and dog sledding eventsMarch 7, 2013 · No comments
The cool March air fills the nose. The dogs are whining and yelping. They’re ready...
McDonald family celebrates a long tradition of basketballMarch 5, 2013 · No comments
This story was originally written for the Isanti-Chisago County Star. As two basketball teams...
UMD students talks snowboarding at Spirit MountainMarch 5, 2013 · No comments
Project Save Our Homes campaigning to save local farmMarch 2, 2013 · No comments
Dale Schroeder found himself on the ugly end of a string of incredible bad luck....
Duluth organizations address sex trafficking problemFebruary 28, 2013 · No comments
Minnesota is ranked one of the top 13 states in the nation for the recruitment...
Honor Flight Northland brings local veterans to Washington, D.C.February 28, 2013 · No comments
Honor Flight Northland has made five flights to Washington, D.C., taking nearly 500 local veterans...
Duluth woman supports anti-human trafficking efforts through photographyFebruary 28, 2013 · No comments
Erin Aili, of Duluth, Minn., uses her photography as a means to help those who...
Does racism still exist in Duluth?February 28, 2013 · No comments
The city’s history and recent events beg the question View the story “Does racism still...
Duluth man started gun collection as young boyFebruary 28, 2013 · 1 comment
Out-of-pocket expenses are a reality for today’s teachersFebruary 28, 2013 · 3 comments
*Editor’s note: This story has been edited since its original publication How much toilet...
Duluth nature photographer, writer: taking chances pays offDecember 7, 2012 · No comments
If you do what you love, you will never have to work a day in...
Savior of the Seaway Hotel: Robert G.December 6, 2012 · No comments
Long travels and lost love brought Robert G. to 2001 W. Superior St. where he...
Local woman helps maintain Duluth Rose GardenDecember 5, 2012 · No comments
Since she was a teenager, Katherine Ahlgren knew she was meant to garden. “My parents...
Community Action Duluth employee says she is driven to eliminate racismNovember 30, 2012 · No comments
Julia Cheng has it good. She helps people who are struggling nearly every day, and...
Duluth couple shares passion for baseballNovember 29, 2012 · No comments
On a cloudy afternoon in October, Sheila and Alan Bollavance sat together in their living...
Duluth East senior records own musicNovember 29, 2012 · No comments
With focus in his eyes and precision in his fingertips, Jack Campbell carefully searches for...
Northland Loaves and Fishes community targets homelessnessNovember 29, 2012 · No comments
“We call ourselves Anarchist Christians,” said Joel Kilgour, member of the Loaves and Fishes community...
Henry Banks pushes for cultural understanding in the Twin PortsNovember 26, 2012 · No comments
Henry Banks stands on a city sidewalk looking down at a small plaque. He is...
Remembering the late Dick Stewart’s impact on Duluth hockeyNovember 25, 2012 · No comments
Few people go through life doing what they love and impacting people in such a...
UMD alumnus teaches performing arts at Duluth PlayhouseNovember 23, 2012 · No comments
Nearly 40 kids fidget nervously in a jam-packed waiting room with sheet music in hand....
Superior man spent life developing drag characterNovember 21, 2012 · 2 comments
Growing up, Ray Anthony Jock knew he didn’t fit in. He was living in Quebec, Canada, on...
UMD student tells stories of poverty, homelessness through photographyMay 2, 2013 · 9 comments
Local nursing home holds the living and the deadFebruary 25, 2010 · 7 comments
Living off the beaten pathMarch 4, 2010 · 6 comments
McDonald family fights to build playground in Proctor for disabled childrenApril 5, 2011 · 4 comments
Iraq and Back: Part 2 Sgt. Matt PetersonApril 14, 2011 · 4 comments
Monaco Air Duluth saves time, money for international travelersMay 15, 2013 · No comments
French River sees fishing community on shoreMay 11, 2013 · No comments
Duluth’s Central Sales sells anything and everythingMay 11, 2013 · No comments
Grandma’s Marathon garners support following Boston Marathon bombingsMay 11, 2013 · No comments
Duluth tattoo artists, clients talk designs, cover-upsMay 11, 2013 · No comments
I had a great time at the craft show. The style show and Fire dancers...
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