Along the Shore
If someone was looking for an excuse to not take a youngster fishing during the second weekend of June in northeastern Minnesota, geographic proximity to fishing holes would likely be the worst excuse imaginable.
In fact, it would be a challenge to travel more than a mile or two
Duluth—Zeitgeist, a German noun meaning “spirit of the time,” is a very fitting name for the Zeitgeist Center for Arts and Community in downtown Duluth. From Superior Street, Zeitgeist appears in lights as a trendy, artsy, theater/café combo.
Duluth—Thud, thud, thud. I hear my feet hit the pavement in a monotonous pattern. It is mile seven of nine, I can no longer pretend that I am not bored of the run. The music in my ears has blended into a meaningless fuzz, so I try to focus my attention
North Shore—On a sunny, summer day in the Northwoods, it’s a delight to hear the clear voice of a white-throated sparrow sing “Oh sweet Canada, Canada, Canada” beside a sparkling lake. This summer, with the celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial,
Duluth—The writers are coming, the writers are coming. And videographers, photographers, artists, radio and TV personalities…get the idea?
The Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA) will hold its 90th annual conference in Duluth, June 24-26. Duluth is the only
Grand Marais—Fisheries staff from the Minnesota DNR Grand Marais area office will conduct surveys and assessments on several Cook County lakes and streams during the next few months. Fisheries surveys are performed on a regular basis to monitor