It's a mystery! It seems like everyone in the City of Superior is talking about the helicopters that have been flying overhead all through the night; they start about 10:00 PM and continue their mission - searchlights and all - until 3 or 4 AM.
Even though it was a pretty chilly morning, we knew it was spring because we saw the first ship leave Duluth, the Roger Blough. This photographer captured it on video so we can celebrate the important open to the shipping season!
The Twin Ports is full of iconic landmarks that represent the rich history and culture of the region or simply stand as memorable visuals that represent the Duluth-Superior area. What iconic landmark represents you? Let's find out!
Forget the fact that locally-sourced meals have become all the rage; truth be told - food is just simply better tasting and better for you when it comes from a local farm. The carrot that comes from the ground in Lakewood Township trumps the one that spent two weeks on a train coming from Argentina. Add in the fact that there are (usually) less preservatives and the question about whether or not to serve locally is moot.
Most of the time the Lunch with the History People features a book by someone that looks at the history of the area, and talks about that history and what they found looking back. This week it will feature someone with an extensive collection of Twin Ports Photos.
If you've noticed the yellow tint to the sky in the Twin Ports the last few hours, you may have mistakenly attributed it to the storms that are looking off to the west of us. Some people around the office here also wondered if they were a sign of tornado-activity.
Mother nature apparently doesn't realize that our 2015 shipping season has started since we're expecting 3-5 inches of snow tonight through Thursday, but the first laker, the John G. Munson departed the harbor on Monday to kick it off!
Guy Fieri and his Food Network film crew paid a visit to the Twin Ports in July, stopping at a handful of area restaurants to feature on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. Now we know when we'll be able to see the episodes that highlight these businesses.
Guy Fieri and his Food Network show "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives" aren't strangers to the Twin Ports region. The food show host made another appearance in the Twin Ports today, filming at two different businesses for an upcoming show.
The 453 foot Antigua ship "Diana" was destined to be the first "saltie" to enter the Duluth Harbor for the 2014 shipping season. Her entry, like much of the shipping season, has been delayed due to ice.
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