Along the Shore
Duluth—Two historic lighthouses in Duluth were added to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) last June. They mark both sides of the entrance to the canal in Duluth, near the famous Aerial
Grand Portage—For the 14th year, the Grand Portage community is hosting Snowarama for Easter Seals. All are welcome to join the fun—by hitting the scenic Grand Portage trails, by gathering around a cheerful winter bonfire or by heading
RED ROCK—The Cuesta Cafe is located within the Red Rock Township Community Recreation Centre. Run by Jim and Yvonne McGrath, it offers tasty meals made from scratch. Every day a fresh soup is created and bread is baked on site. In the evenings
Gunflint Trail—As he prepared to enter his first winter in the Northern Wilds, Gunflint Lodge owner John Fredrikson wondered about a new means to travel across the snow and ice that was sure to come.
Already equipped with skis, snowshoes and other
Thunder Bay—The year-round tropical oasis in the middle of Thunder Bay, the Centennial Botanical Conservatory, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
The Conservatory, which opened on Nov. 18, 1967, was a centennial project of the Fort William
Grand Marais—The North Shore Health Care Foundation (NSHCF) board has approved a request from Cook County Public Health and Human Services (PHHS) director Josh Beck and his supervisory team for funds to support front line staff.