I grew up in Duluth and one of the iconic places in the area is the Norshor Theatre, I remember walking in and thinking it was so big, and we were downtown. All the lights and everything had me captivated. You could be part of history, volunteer to be an Usher at the Norshor Theatre.
Last December we asked for local musicians and bands to apply to our Taste of Country Riser contest. They were judged in many categories and we finally have a winner to announce. Whiskey Trail will represent our region and move on to the next step.
I drive around and enjoy looking at all the houses that are decorated. This list of contest homes and businesses are listed and you can use the map on the Sweet Event Website. It's become a tradition for my family. This year's challenge is bigger and better than ever. More categories, mor…
Every year there are children/families in need for Christmas whether due to tragedy, unforeseen life circumstances or other. Local Band Rage N Country wanted to change all that. This Saturday December 2nd they will team up with Derailed Bar and Grill in Proctor to put on the Santa Claus Fund Fundrai…
The CD is officially released and now available both in stores and digitally. The Homespun Christmas Collection is a huge fundraiser for Bluebird Foundation. This year the collection includes artists that live in the Northland, and artists from the Northland living elsewhere.
The Greater Downtown Council has awarded the Children's Museum the free Pop Up Storefront Space. The storefront is located at 408 W. Superior St. and has been turned into a free playspace for children and their families.
Are you good at Decorating for the Holidays? Do you think you have what it takes to be one of the best? Are your neighbors jealous that everyone calls your house "THE BEST"? It could mean a prize for you and your family. A Sweet Event invites you to register your home for the 3rd Annual Ch…
The Duluth Preservation Alliance and the Lincoln Park Bussiness group welcome local historian and author Nancy Nelson for a book signing November 25th at the Duluth Folk School 1917 West Superior St at 1:00 pm. Nancy will do a presentation on Bert Enger and Lincoln Park.
Over the past week, Olympic Curling hopefuls were competing in Omaha, Nebraska for a chance to represent the USA at the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. It is exciting to say two Duluth based teams will be going to the games.
I couldn't believe my eyes. 60 minutes did a piece on this child prodigy who has you draw 4 notes from a hat and she makes up a piano improv on the spot. I was skeptical as was the reporter, but after watching I am amazed.
This Friday is the Christmas City of the North Parade. This is a huge tradition for us in the Twin Ports. So is the headache of trying to navigate before and after the parade. The Duluth Police have issued a statement on how the traffic will be handled.