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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

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BOB BERG / LAKE SUPERIOR MAGAZINE

From his home near Hawk Ridge in Duluth, high above Lake Superior, David R. Wheat’s view is spectacular. But on a recent sunny fall day, the retired U.S. Navy commander was looking not into today’s brilliant blue waters but into a darker past, more

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GINNY HAUPERT

Imagine telling bedtime stories to your children by the glow of millions of twinkling holiday lights. Talk about creating a memory – and you can do just that when you plan a three-day getaway for the family on the Duluth waterfront. more

Minnesota

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ANDREW KRUEGER / DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE

Dressing up your house for the holiday season is a tradition (and sometimes an obsession). We talk to some master of Christmas lighting for advice and for how those judges decide who wins the local lighting contest. more

Homes

Sammi Manning and her co-driver Haley Rohe pulled into Duluth with the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile for five days of activities. She took the time to answer a few questions about a most unusual job. more

Minnesota

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Courtesy Duluth Airshow

In early June , tens of thousands came to don sunglasses and earplugs at Duluth International Airport to marvel at the aerial maneuvers of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. more

Minnesota

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North House Folk School

One of the best ways to enjoy Lake Superior is to get out on Lake Superior. Visitors to Minnesota’s North Shore in summer can choose sightseeing tours, dinner cruises or even a sailing adventure. more

Minnesota

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Courtesy DSACF

Bringing a community of givers together is what the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation does best. We honor their work with our 2017 Lake Superior Magazine Achievement Award. more

Minnesota

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Courtesy Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra

From Shostakovich and Bernstein to Prince and Celtic tunes, the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra’s new season has something for everyone. Lake Superior Magazine’s managing editor, Bob Berg, had a chance to chat with DSSO Music Director Dirk Meyer. more

Minnesota

Grandma's Saloon & Grill

Courtesy Grandma's Restaurants

It's 40 years and counting for a groundbreaking Canal Park eatery. Get the backstory about Grandma's family of restaurants. more

Minnesota

Maurices: Small Town Roots, Big Time Success

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The store that Maurice Labovitz built in Duluth in the 1930s has made a successful business splash across the United States and Canada. more

Lifestyle

One River, Two Islands

Richard Hamilton Smith / Courtesy The Nature Conservancy

Two islands – one a sprawling half-mile square and the other barely covering a couple city blocks – reflect evolving attitudes about the St. Louis River and its value to the community. more

Recreation

Hartley Park’s Urban Wilderness

Courtesy Hartley Nature Center

It is surrounded by residential neighborhoods, but this urban park still allows you to forget that you’re in the city while enjoying a quiet walk. more

Minnesota

Honey, I Bought a Home

Rendulich Photography

Mitch and Darlene Wolfe had been considering a move to Duluth for a number of years. They bought a historic house in town in 2005 and started an extensive remodeling project, modernizing it while retaining its original charm. more

Homes

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

Art/Photography

Journal: The First Stirrings

Paul L. Hayden / Lake Superior Magazine

I can still bring to mind details of the weekend that triggered my ongoing romance with Lake Superior, Minnesota’s North Shore and Duluth. Four high school pals and I drove north from suburban Minneapolis. It was our first away-from-home adventure. more

Minnesota

Boo at the Zoo

Courtesy Lake Superior Zoo

What must the animals think each Halloween when the Lake Superior Zoo’s wildly popular “Boo at the Zoo” draws thousands of youngsters outfitted as pirates, witches, cowboys and Peter Pan? more

Minnesota

The Barrel

Tom Mackay

On a Duluth Beach, a Mysterious Barrel Appears

Captain Tom Mackay spotted something rather unusual this weekend in Duluth. How did a concrete-filled barrel end up on the beach? more

Sep 30, 2014 8:51 AM Superior Notes

New Beginnings in the Old Neighborhood

Courtesy Lynn Wegner

Lynn Wegner grew up on Park Point, that long sandy peninsula in Duluth. After more than 30 years away, he returned to build his retirement home. more

Homes

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Paul L. Hayden

Lake Superior Magazine's own Linda Nervick goes over the edge of a Duluth, Minnesota, building for a good cause: supporting Downtown Duluth and Duluth Sidewalk Days 2014. more

Minnesota

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