Shawna Weaver

Green Visions: nature makes us feel better

When we heard on Earthwise Radio this week that communing with nature makes us feel better , it probably wasn't a surprise. But the why might surprise you. Who woulda thunk that it's the structured, predictable nature of, well, nature that appeals to us?

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This Is Why Not: Finding Hope and Resilience in Troubled Times: put down the phone and listen

Do you have five people you can talk to? Really talk to? How do you find them - as a young person or an adult? And how can you become that person for someone else? Additional Resources: Crisis Hotlines:
218-723-0099 – Crisis line, Amberwing (Essentia Health)
1-800-634-8775 (toll free) – Minnesota crisis line, Human Development Center
218-749-2881 or 1-800-450-2273 (toll free) –...

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http://www.duluthmn.gov

The process to rename Lake Place Park Gichi 'ode Akiing (gih chee o DAY  ah king) or "Grand Heart Place" and  in so doing, recognize the Native community's long presence in what's now called Duluth continues.

Babette Sandman is the chair of the Duluth Indigenous Commission and she has big dreams for the project, including a naming ceremony that would bring all nations together, and opportunities for teachings and new beginnings.

Lisa Johnson

April is unpredictable, says Larry Weber.  It went along predictably enough, lulling us into a false sense of security and then, predictably, it became ... unpredictable.

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Young and old. Wise and... not so wise.

There's a place for everyone at Pizza Luce on Thursday nights.

Cheyenne Vavrina has more.

The Basement's Best Bets 4/28

Apr 27, 2017
Paper Parlor

Paper Parlor, Abe Curran & the Blue Rooster, Boreal Forest, and The Latelys
Part of Homegrown: the Psychedelic/Blues/Fusion, Rock/New Folk, and Alternative/Electric Rock bands join forces for a never ending night of frivolous adventure
The Blind Pig
Sunday, April 30th | 7:15 PM | 21+ | Free

Forever Home 4/26

Apr 27, 2017

Nala | Contented Critters

Nala is a 7 yr old female Lab/Heeler mix. When she came she was so shy around people. Well she has been with us since January and she has really come out of her shell. She is a laid back, affectionate, treat loving pooch. 

Xeno | Animal Allies

Bob McCloughan of Bearskin Lodge /Visit Cook County

There's a long tradition of neighbors helping neighbors in the wild areas of northern Minnesota ... so when a neighbor fell through the ice into Hungry Jack Lake, other neighbors moblized to help.

Tim Lee/Flickr

Many people come and go at karaoke at Sir Benedicts Tavern. But there is one face you'll see there every week. Cole White brings us the story.

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Evening, on a weeknight in Duluth.

A crowded, dimly lit room.

Inebriated patrons.

Just you ... and the lyrics ... and a microphone.

Oh, and reporter Paige Oswald.

Sandra Brick

The Lest We Forget traveling show opens this evening at the Duluth Art Institute this evening, Holocaust Remembrance Day.

There will be an artist talk at the opening reception beginning at 5pm.

Student Views: Azrin Awal

Apr 24, 2017

This week on Student Views host Pavel Arkhipenkov welcomes APAA (Asian Pacific American association) co-chair, member of MPIRG and social justice activist - Azrin Awal, talking on immigrant identities, Asian awareness week and social justice.


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