For many folks, May means fishing opener. The snow melts, ice disappears from the lakes, and the forest wakes from its winter’s sleep. And while the weather tends to be unpredictable, one thing is certain; the fish are biting. This month, we bring you all things fishy.
Many Cook County folks
Celebrating Mother Earth
Not everyone is lucky enough to call the North Shore home. For those of us who do, we often take for granted the beauty that surrounds us every day; the forests of whispering pines that provide solitude, the exciting glimpse of a moose or bear when we least expect it, and the tranquility
Duluth Art Institute
This month, two new exhibitions are on display at the Duluth Art Institute until April 2. “Public Domain: Photographs by Ken Bloom,” showcases Bloom’s three-year project documenting public life in Japan during the 1970s. In 1976, Bloom bought a one-way
The holidays have quickly come and gone, thus begins our fresh start to the New Year. To celebrate this joyous beginning, we start the month of January with the outdoor Winter Plein Air, held Jan. 24-29.
Now in its fifth year, the Outdoor Painters of Minnesota
Oh how quickly December sneaks upon us, bringing the magic of the holiday season. Sparkling light displays, the hum of the all-too-familiar Christmas songs, family get-togethers, snowflakes, mistletoe, the crackling of a warm fire, the smell of gingerbread and hot cider brewing…
Water is a powerful element. Among the Great Lakes, Lake Superior is the largest and most legendary for its displays of power. It is the deepest, coldest and highest in elevation. It has wrecked at least 350 vessels and claimed over 1,000