Real Minnesotans? They’re the ones who’ll stand along the canal in Duluth when an ice-laden ship like the Great Lakes Trader comes in from the netherworld of lake Superior as it did today. Read more →
The saltie Cornelia finally pulled into the harbor in Duluth yesterday, a scene we never tire of watching and a scene we’ve never watched without wondering if there’s a worse job in the world than working on a saltie? We don’t know the answer to the question because we’ve never worked on a saltie nor Read more →
Bear up a tree brings out Duluth’s paparazzi. Read more →
Eight giant ships of yore, their sails unfurled, are expected to glide underneath the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge Thursday afternoon during the “Parade of Sail” to kick off Tall Ships Duluth 2016. Read more →
Duluth still doesn’t have a fancy system for high-speed Internet. But there’s good news. There are no kids running around there named Google Fiber. Read more →
Sweltering a little today, are we?
Here, take a dose of Duluth. You’ll feel better.
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When the severe storm with 100 mph winds hit Duluth this week, the Algoma Guardian was just starting her trip through the canal when Dennis O’Hara was filming. Read more →
Unquestionably, there are problems in schools and problems between teachers and students and parents. It’s important that those get discussed in the public sphere.
But it’s also easy to let the coverage push aside other realities that are also important to acknowledge. There are pretty great kids, pretty great teachers, and pretty great parents in the state’s schools. Read more →
Writer James Fallows seems surprised to find out that the entrepreneurial environment isn’t limited to San Francisco. Read more →
A gull, native to the Arctic, makes a mysterious appearance in Duluth and fans migrate to the the city to watch it. Read more →
The city of Duluth and the airplane manufacturer Cirrus may be on a collision course that could have one of the few northern Minnesota success stories looking elsewhere.
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If you’ve ever had a desire to work on a “saltie,” the tale of the Cornelia should clear that up. The oceangoing freighter has been anchored off Duluth for weeks, the Duluth News Tribune reports, and it, its cargo, and its crew may soon fall victim to winter. Read more →
Here’s what you missed if you lived in that fancy metro area well south of Duluth. Read more →
In the ongoing competition to determine who has the best job in Minnesota, we’re prepared to suggest that the favorite is Dave Campbell.
We’re just not sure which David Campbell.
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Amber Marshall had to take a stand. You don’t steal an 8-year-old’s bike off the front porch. Not in Duluth, anyway. Read more →