Along the Shore
The tiny bobber twitched once, tilted to the side and slowly slid beneath the waves. I begin the slow count to 10.
Turning the handle on the old open face, I hear the squeak of the gears, “eight, nine, 10!” My mind floods with excitement as I set the hook. I feel the weight
I love floating on a calm lake in canoe country just as the rising sun swirls away the wisps of fog. In May, the morning will be cool, but not quiet. Each day, new voices join the dawn chorus as migrating birds arrive from the south. The
DULUTH—Virginia Minnesota, a movie shot locally and produced by Rushaway Pictures, is new to the film festival circuit and already charming film critics. It has been named a “female-led indie gem” by Cultured Vultures and Miro Magazine called it a “feel-good indie charmer.”
In the heart of this past winter, when days were short and the temperatures dropped below freezing, hardy vegetables and herbs were growing in Finland. Initially, the idea seems unfeasible, but the University of Minnesota’s deep winter greenhouse prototype is proving
DULUTH—The raven from Grand Marais was obviously enjoying the roomy suite at Wildwoods earlier this winter. But it was in that “rock star” way. The room was a mess.
Tara Smith sighed, knowing it was going to be quite a job to clean the place up after the raven checked