EVERYDAY GOURMET Potato Stamp Valentine
Well, this isn't exactly a recipe, but it does involve potatoes, so I figured I would share it with all of you! For Valentine's Day gifts this year, I decided we would get a little creative for the sp... Posted on 2/13/13 at 7:41 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Honesty -- It's Still a Lonely Word
Note: This post is simultaneously published at This Woman Writes, the new name and new location of Middle Aged Plague. Transition -- it's never easy.
I just finished reading one of those inspirationa... Posted on 1/24/13 at 6:31 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS 230 E. Superior St., Art in The Alley
If you want to see a beautiful new store in Duluth, stop by Art in the Alley located at 230 E. Superior Street. It is open from 10-6 M-F and Saturday 10-8, I think. Tammy has beautiful... Posted on 10/6/12 at 2:46 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Tai chi: Practicing the Present
My trainer and I arrived at the tai chi school mid-morning. Last time I showed you a few pictures of what this mountainside martial art boarding school looked like. After dropping my stuff in my room,... Posted on 8/18/12 at 10:16 AM
HUNGRY FOR LIFE Lester Park Kids Event, Sunday
Look for more information n the Art in Me event for kids in Lester Park on Sunday. It is a fun filled day of over 14 booths for kids to make and take items. It is free and popular. This is the third y... Posted on 8/11/12 at 4:32 AM
Last year, Nancy Ojard of Knife River was asked to contribute a chapter to a book, along with 24 other women, describing about their experiences as boaters. Lisa Favors, the author of “Women On Board Cruising” wanted a book that shared the trials and tribulations of long-range cruising from a woman’s perspective.
“Watercolors,” an exhibit of paintings by Barbara Lundell, are on display at Vanilla Bean Café in Two Harbors through Sept. 13. The show features North Shore scenes inspired by the artist’s enjoyment of the area the past 20 years.
A high-speed runaway train wreck of 37 cars in 1906. A group of Minnesota highway patrol officers posing with their motorcycles in the 1920s. A range locomotive operated by women in bandanas and overalls. A precarious manual loading of the Montezuma schooner in 1916 with its largest load of pulpwood.
The Children’s Theater of Two Harbors presented “Mother Goose” and “The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon” April 10 and 11. Forty young people from Two Harbors participated in the production as stage hands, singers, performers and more.
Want your kids to eat more healthfully? The production “Pirates of the Carrot Bean” hits the stage in Silver Bay at 7 p.m. Thursday (April 15) at the William Kelley Elementary School gymnasium. There will be a school performance April 13 for students.
William Kelley elementary students experienced three “artist in residence” programs this school year sponsored by the Northern Lake County Arts Board with funding assistance from the Lloyd K. Johnson Foundation.
Local artist Sandi Pillsbury Gredzens is at it again – she has taught art for 30 years, including in the Lake Superior School District – teaching Two Harbors High School students about water coloring as part of an artist-in-residence program this month.
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