Music reverberated up Fifth Avenue West on Wednesday evening as the Centerville All Stars played in the Radisson’s Bowery Brothers outdoor patio during a grand reopening party.
Faces and family dynamics capture Anne Labovitz’s attention. The manifestation of that is in two gallery exhibitions of the Duluth-bred artist — portraits at the Tweed, and at Lizzard’s downtown, paintings of the lake and of hearts.RELATED CONTENT
U.S. Merchant Marine veterans, current seafarers and maritime industry stakeholders gathered for lunch at the DECC on Wednesday, May 22, to celebrate National Maritime Day.RELATED CONTENT
Diane Kettelhut was named the 2013 Port Cities Woman of the Year at the 65th annual Port Cities Luncheon, which was Wednesday at the Greysolon Ballroom.RELATED CONTENT
Visit Duluth held their annual membership luncheon meeting on Tuesday, commemorating National Travel and Tourism Week, and Travel Rally Day.RELATED CONTENT
Duluth and the surrounding areas need to nurture the aviation sector because it has a big impact on local economy. That’s according to Mike Lundstrom, chairman of the Northern Aero Alliance.RELATED CONTENT
The event is named the First Annual Gary Gordon Interfaith Peace Feast and will be held at Temple Israel. The funds from the tickets to the meal will be used as a fundraiser for Men as Peacemakers.RELATED CONTENT
With his old record players and vinyl records, Virg Boehland captures the attention of music aficionados — and science enthusiasts as well.RELATED CONTENT
Martinis are certainly not for Girl Scouts. Neither are tamer-sounding lemontinis. But when the ingredients include Thin Mints or Lemonades, it helps if you know a scout from whom to buy a box or two.RELATED CONTENT
The Duluth Woman’s Club, a mansion on East Superior Street, was abuzz with women drinking tea and wearing vintage hats as a way of celebrating voting rights last Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
- Maija and Alex Equali-Tea celebration
- Anne Kennedy, Jodi Broadwell and Julia Cheng at the Equali-Tea celebration
- Anne Kennedy at the Equali-Tea celebration
- A young daughter adjusts her mother's hatEquali-Tea celebration
- Retired judge Carol Person at the Equali-Tea celebration.
- Hanna and Erica Anderson at the Equali-Tea celebration
Around the turn of the century, Duluth was home to more millionaires per capita than any other American city. Many people used that wealth to build stately, beautiful homes.RELATED CONTENT
Twenty-five years ago on Oct. 17, 1986, I attended my father’s funeral. People often said of him, “There’s never a dull moment when you are with Earl,” and having interesting parents helped shaped my life. When I heard that the king and queen of Norway planned to visit Duluth on Oct. 17 and that I would be among journalists covering it, I thought of the significance of the date to me.RELATED CONTENT
When I was growing up, my father was fond of saying “You’ve got to make hay while the sun shines.” He knew something about that; he was raised on a farm. My daughter makes meals while the sun shines. Sometimes when I get home from work, I’m greeted with roasts, potatoes and brownies she’s cooked — baked in her solar oven.RELATED CONTENT
Recently the Budgeteer visited with several residents at St. Ann’s to ask them what they enjoy about their senior years.RELATED CONTENT
Growing a garden is all about the soil.“Growing soil” begins by composting food scraps.RELATED CONTENT
Earth Hour is a movement which started in Australia as a symbol for people to take a stand against climate change. More than 50 million people across 35 countries are participating. Last year, landmarks such as the Sydney Harbor Bridge, the CN Tower in Toronto, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and Rome’s Coliseum, all stood in darkness for one hour in a show of support for global sustainability.