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BEATRICE RINGENBACK

In his first season as executive director of the Pine Mountain Music Festival, Doug Day realizes he’s inherited a lot of history for the organization born in Iron Mountain, Michigan, in 1991. more

Michigan

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COURTESY THUNDERCON

A Universe of Fun: Engage … and imagine that you’re Captain Picard, a burly Klingon or a Avengers hero. At ThunderCon in Thunder Bay, you can dress like your avatar without raising a single Vulcan eyebrow. The 3-year-old event brings the world of sci more

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PIETER M. van HATTEM

Lake Superior is not exactly known as a “talent pool” where record executives search the shores for the next hot new bands, but in recent years a crop of musicians in the port city of Duluth have gained national and even worldwide attention. more

Minnesota

Paul Shaffer

Courtesy of CBS

The voice on the phone was unmistakable. Paul Shaffer was ready to answer questions about his career, his memoir and his hometown of Thunder Bay, where Paul and his “Late Show” band will perform on October 7. more

Ontario

Celebrity Sightings

Paul L. Hayden / Lake Superior Magazine

There is an impressive list of big names who have come to the Big Lake to perform or just to visit, stretching back to the days of vaudeville. more

Travel

Gun Flint Tavern

Jeff Gecas

You just never know who might appear on one of the multiple live-performance stages sprinkled around the small town of Grand Marais, Minnesota. more

Minnesota

Dralion

Daniel Desmarais / Cirque du Soleil

For three decades, since 1984, the Quebec-based Cirque du Soleil has thrilled audiences with live performances that combine theater, acrobatics and funky storylines and costumes. The troupe will be bringing “Dralion” to the Big Lake this fall. more

Travel

Get Down, Duluth

Jack Rendulich

Boutique stores, microbreweries, restaurants, movies, live entertainment and quality residences: Meet the new downtown Duluth. The city’s heart once again feels more like its hub of activity. more

Minnesota

Building a Tent

Courtesy Big Top Chautauqua

For the sixth time since the Big Top started in 1986, a new canvas will be raised this year, replacing a wind-battered seven-year-old tent. Besides being the iconic symbol of Big Top, this new tent represents a dying art in the realm of tent-making. more

Wisconsin

University Theater

Bob Workman

Our university's theaters are much more than outlets for students. They're also premier performing arts venues for the Big Lake communities in which they reside. more

Lifestyle

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October 16, 2018

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October 18, 2018

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October 19, 2018

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