Grandma's Marathon announced today the headliners for the Big Top Entertainment for Friday June 15th and Friday June 16th, with a little bit of a change for the layout of the night, providing an earlier headline act and an after party act.
Sometimes looking at the menu of some of the downtown restaurants you want to try everything on the menu but can't afford that type of bill. This is a great way to try more food on the menu or try something new and save the cash.
The Mr. Hockey finalists for Minnesota have been named and Duluth has 3 candidates, this award goes to the State's outstanding Senior player. Also, 2 finalists for the Frank Brimsek Award, were also announced. The Frank Brimsek Award goes to the state's top senior goaltender.
The party started early at The Sports Garden. With a weight lifting competition between Special Olympics Athletes and Duluth Police, special prizes, and the costume competition later, everyone was having a good time.
A great tradition is coming soon, the St. Louis County Historical Society invites everyone to have some fun and run the VMH 5K Run/Walk, a fundraiser for its Veterans’ Memorial Hall Program. This is a great way to get the whole family out and enjoy running.
A friend of mine that shares the love of the history of the Norshor Theatre went to see Mamma Mia and told me that not only does the ABBA inspired show look and sound great, but the ambience and feeling of the Norshor brought her back.
The first thing that you notice when you walk in the doors of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is this is not an ordinary hospital. This is all for kids, the walls are painted for kids, the rooms, and even how the kids are transported to their appointments.
This year's NFL season was a strange one for sure. Minnesota gets the number 2 seed with a backup quarterback and running back? One man saw who would win the Super Bowl in June, with the exact quarterbacks who played.
Everyone saw the kid take a selfie live during Justin Timberlake's performance. Meet Ryan McKenna, a seventh-grader at Derby Academy in Hingham, Mass. His pic went viral, and that started the storm of press he now knows as his life.
If you saw a killer whale approach your boat you would be a little afraid of what it was going to do next. Lucky these fisherman were filming. They caught a once in a lifetime performance of the while making motorboat noises.
The historic NorShor Theatre officially reopened Wednesday, January 31, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to signal the start of a new era in downtown Duluth. The theater’s first performance will be “Mamma Mia” Tomorrow.
Curlers spent time with the junior league curling with them and sharing some tips, then headed upstairs to shake hands, visit, and pose for pictures. A couple of the Olympians will be making their first trip. John Shuster will be making his 4th.
Winter lovers you are being called out. If you brag about how cold it was and only wore a sweatshirt? If you wear shorts until the wind chill is unbearable. This is a celebration for you. I'm kidding, it's more than that.
The Duluth Curling Club is putting on a couple of events to help raise money for Olympians and for the Junior National Team. Each is a spaghetti dinner and social to help with costs for competitions in Detroit and Bemidji for the Junior National Team and a send-off for the Olympians.
I've been reading several interviews and news feeds from Teddy Bridgewater. He says he will be a starter next year. It sounded like he was confident he would still be a Viking after this season. I thought that would be the case too since they nursed him back to health and kept him the whole tim…