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KONNIE LeMAY / LAKE SUPERIOR MAGAZINE

Turns out your mother was wrong – picking the scab from a wound can encourage healing. But you should let the professionals do it. more

Health/Wellness

Local Authors, Linda LeGarde Grover, William Durbin & Barbara Durbin, Cyndi Perkins. more

, Books & Video

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TODD MARSEE

The French use a term, “terroir,” to define how a region’s terrain, soil and sunlight influence the favor of a wine or cheese. more

Food/Recipes

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Jack Rendulich

On February 1, 2018, Duluth’s NorShor Theatre began a new life of indie arts and Broadway shows when the Duluth Playhouse opened its production of “Mamma Mia!” on a stage that has been silent for decades. more

Lifestyle

It seems a little cheeky for a photographer to rearrange the home of the editor in chief of Better Homes and Gardens magazine. After all, some 35 million people take their cues to better living each month from the world’s largest-circulation family m more

, Art/Photography

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JACK RENDULICH

“I want this house back.” It was as simple as that for Mike Luhrsen as he stared into the ashes of his beloved Lake Superior-view dream home. He instantly knew he wanted to recreate it and his wife, Chrysa, signed on immediately. more

Homes

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Bob Berg / Lake Superior Magazine

On a lovely Sunday afternoon in August, we strolled along the wooded driving lanes and hiking trails within the Brickyard Creek Community between Red Cliff and Bayfield in Wisconsin, joined by a somewhat impromptu neighborhood gathering. more

Homes

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PICTURE THIS OF BRIMLEY, MICHIGAN

In September 2016, Marion Eavou came to live – and to die – in the Robert and Helen Ball Hospice House in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Every minute of her eight months there, someone in her large family stayed with her. more

Health/Wellness

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COURTESY SUNRISE BAKERY

The package arrives days before Christmas (or the start of Hanukkah, your birthday or wedding). It’s labeled perishable, so no use waiting … you open it right away. more

Food/Recipes

It’s called “astrophotography,” the photographic capturing of the night sky, and the Lake Superior region often offers up the most rarified views imaginable. more

Art/Photography

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METTE NIELSEN

Thanks to the internet, you can find recipes aplenty online, but I want to sing praises here to the joy of a good cookbook, one that offers much more than a sets of ingredients and the instructions for assembling a meal. more

Food/Recipes

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COURTESY COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA

With the start of the football and hockey seasons – pro and amateur – concussions are much on the minds of many doctors, coaches, athletic trainers, players, teachers and health professionals nationally and regionally. more

Health/Wellness

Three Duluth students made the final 52 cut in the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee’s “Super Snack Challenge” for children to suggest healthy game day snacks. more

Food/Recipes

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Used by special permission, ® DAWN LaPOINTE

For photographers Gary Fiedler and Dawn LaPointe, life by Lake Superior, well, it’s like a box of chocolates. more

Art/Photography

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Mette Nielsen

Trail mixes date back to the pre-colonial era when indigenous people created portable, nutritious, lightweight foods that didn’t need to be cooked, could handle any weather and stored well for a long time. more

Food/Recipes

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