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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

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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

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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

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Nace Hagemann

Come meet these artists who take their art from their wooded neighborhood along the scenic Gunflint Trail. more

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Johnson Heritage Post Art Gallery in Grand Marais, Minnesota, features a showing of the paintings produced during the 2017 Plein Air Grand Marais. Other paintings are on exhibit at the Grand Marais Art Colony. more

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"Blood Stripe," the directorial debut of veteran actor Remy Auberjonois, was filmed in Minnesota and had a special screening at Zinema 2 in Duluth on Friday, Sept. 22. This is our Q&A with Remy and lead actress, co-writer and producer Kate Nowlin. more

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Chris Monroe

Bruce Ojard

Inspired by her day job at a Duluth hardware store, illustrator Chris Monroe found her calling with the Monkey with a Tool Belt books. more

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Photographers John Heino and John Alexander Kay tell us about their Lake Superior Circle Tour in the early fall last year and a digital technique they both use in their work. more

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Rabbit Island

Courtesy Rabbit Island Foundation

Rob Gorski wanted a getaway in the Keweenaw Peninsula and ended up buying an island and founding a retreat for creative souls. more

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"Amethyst and Agate: Poems of Lake Superior," born of true Lake lovers, features a range of styles and sentiments as varied as the many moods of Lake Superior. more

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Calumet Art Center

Mark Gregg / Mark P. Gregg Photography

This small town boasts the oldest artists’ cooperative in the Copper Country, an art center with weekly classes, fine art galleries, retailers and restaurants with rotating local art displays, plus its own Calumet Arts District business association. more

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The Way of Cheng-Khee Chee

Sing-Bee Chee

“It’s a Chee.” For most Duluthians, that simple phrase immediately calls to mind soft scenes of the city’s waterfront, stunning swirls of colorful koi or, for many, the thought-provoking picture book Old Turtle. more

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Clicking on the Lynx

Mike Mikulich

You might say I’m a wildlife paparazzo. I spend many happy hours lurking along northwoods trails or shoreside beaches, trying to spot and shoot – with a camera only – the rock stars of our region. On this day, I sought the elusive Canada lynx. more

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Download lake views and other scenes from the region for your desktops and home screens. more

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Split Rock Moonrise

Paul Sundberg

Recently I lined up next to 60 other photographers along Minnesota’s North Shore anxiously waiting for the winter moon to rise above Split Rock Lighthouse. For many years, though, site manager Lee Radzak and I were the only photographers in sight. more

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