Along the Shore
Grand Marais—We all know them: the yellow-tinged fluorescent lights embedded into school, church and office ceilings since the 1970s. Until recently, this was the lighting of choice for most public buildings, but a new lighting
Duluth—It was a beautiful Friday night at Park Point in Duluth. Members of the Duluth Rowing Club (DRC) and their supporters met on July 15 to dedicate the brand new Joseph M. Krmpotich Boathouse. Joseph Krmpotich joined the DRC in 1967. He passed away in 2011. A generous
Two Harbors—Recently, several native bees, as well as other insects, are in decline, including several native ladybugs.
Ladybugs are actually beetles in the family Coccinellidae. They are also known as lady beetles or ladybird beetles. There are roughly 500 species in North
Grand Marais—Moose, fox, coyotes and wolves aren’t the only wild creatures wandering around the North Shore these days. With the right equipment, a little patience and maybe some bait, you might just have the chance to encounter
Lappe—If you can dream it, Willow Springs Creative Centre can make it happen. From its setting in Lappe, about 15 km northwest of Thunder Bay, you can tour the world, have Christmas in July, or transform a tree house into a space ship.
Willow Springs Creative Centre is
Duluth—Plenty of people love last-minute trips to the North Shore.
If you’re one of them, perhaps you have an unexpected weekend free, or are in desperate need of a mid-week getaway, so you decide to contact local hotels and resorts to find an available room.