Duluth Public Library Hosts Titanic Program
Find out more about the Titanic’s connections to Minnesota in a free program being offered at the Duluth Public Library. “Minnesota/RMS Titanic Connections” will be held in the Main Library...
Northland Community Wellness Day 2016
More than 75 wellness-related businesses and organizations will provide exhibits. NCWD is committed to providing a free and inclusive community event that will highlight local wellness resources and services. Bring the family for interactive exhibits, workshops and family friendly activities.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Here’s How You Can Help
If you've driven by the Douglas County Courthouse, no doubt you've seen the flags in the front yard. Along with the flags is a sign that shows that police responded to 467 domestic violence calls last year in Douglas County alone!
Get Messy and Creative This Saturday in Duluth’s Lincoln Park
As the weekend approaches, our minds tend to wander towards what there is to do in the Northland with our families. This Saturday, August 15, the Northern Expressions Arts Collective has just the answer.
The 4 Best Kid Friendly Places In the Duluth, Superior Area [VIDEO]
With the 4th Of July holiday coming up, there are a lot of things you can do with your family in the area. However, where are good places to bring the kids on those ordinary days not full of carnival, parades and cookouts?
Kohl’s Cares Life Jacket Event
Life jackets save lives. That’s why Essentia Health-St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital and Kohl’s Cares team up each year...
A New Idea on The Struggle With Your Kids & “Screen Time”
All kids these days want to do is stare at computer screens, video game screens, anything that's electronic. Most of us parents try to minimize how much we let them stare at electronics, but it can be a tough battle. And honestly, it's a lot easier to just get them out of your hair for a bit and l…
4 Reasons You Should Be Watching “The Slap”
I usually don't even try watching new TV shows anymore because inevitably they get cancelled before they get a chance to grow an audience. Last night, I couldn't find the remote control, so I ended up watching "The Slap" on NBC. I originally was mildly interes…