Along the Shore
Thunder Bay—India is a land of festivals. As an ethnically diverse country with rich history, there was a time when there was a festival every day of the year. Among these festivals, some are religious, some are based on seasons, while some are
Thunder Bay—Are you thinking about getting out on the water this summer, but don’t know where to start? The Lakehead Canoe Club (LCC) is calling paddlers new and old to think about getting out on Boulevard Lake.
Once the ice melts in the spring, the club is
[Left to Right] Guest author Josh MacIvor-Andersen, Kate Fitzgerald, Judy Budreau and Rachel Andrus. Not pictured Maggie Jones. | SUBMITTED
Grand Marais—On Saturday, May 20, Drury Lane Books was filled with folks enjoying readings of tree-inspired stories. The winners of Drury Lane’s Spring Writing Contest were:
- 1st Place: Kate Fitzgerald, “Sisters”
- 2nd Place: Judy Budreau, “Writer’s Block, Spring”
- Honorable Mentions: Rachel Andrus, “Taking Root” and Maggie Jones, “Mabel’s Understanding of Loss”
Below is Kate Fitzgerald’s first place entry. You can read all the winning entries and more
Carlton—After many years of homesteading and growing their own food, Matt and Sara Weik decided to become full-time farmers. In January 2014, Yker Acres Farm came to be with the purpose of providing food to the local community. But, the Weik’s
Thunder Bay—After a widespread and intensive two-year search, the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra (TBSO) is thrilled to announce the appointment of Paul Haas as its new music director, effective July 1.
Haas steps into the position after maestro Arthur Post ended his seven-season
North Shore—Starting around the Fourth of July, I begin watching my local cattail marsh like a hawk. Slowing my car and rubbernecking shamelessly, I search through the sea of green.
As summer heats up, cattail flowering stalks begin to emerge shyly out of the tight bundles