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New Year’s by the Lake event announced

Two of the largest promotion companies in the region have joined forces to create a New Year’s Eve extravaganza that hasn’t been seen in over a decade in Duluth. New Year’s by the Lake will be presented Monday, December 31 at four venues including the Greysolon Ballroom, Moorish Room, Black Water Lounge and the Norshor Theatre in downtown Duluth. “We’re excited to be part of a team doing this epic event for the region,” said…

Foundation celebrates ‘So Much Good’

By Rob Karwath A discussion among grantees and a scholarship recipient about the impact of charitable giving in the Northland was among the highlights at the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation’s 2018 Annual Celebration. More than 300 donors, supporters, community leaders, nonprofit partners and others attended the event in the Greysolon Ballroom in downtown Duluth. The event is the annual meeting where the Community Foundation assesses its work and announces new members of its Board…

Print It! Duluth Local Restaurant Association eMail to Duluth City Councilors

The Duluth Local Restaurant Association sent the following eMail to Duluth City Councilors on Thursday morning: “The Duluth Local Restaurant Association (DLRA) met on March 6 to discuss the earned Sick and Safe Time draft. We were hoping to be able to review the actual proposed ordinance but it had not yet been released. As a reminder, our organization represents over 25 hometown, full-service restaurants that employ over 3,000 full time and part time folks…

Mother-Son, Mother-Daughter Dances continue this weekend

A limited number of tickets are available for the popular 2018 Mother-Son and Mother-Daughter Dances at historic Greysolon Ballroom by Black Woods in beautiful Downtown Duluth, event spokeswoman Jax Eisenmann confirmed Monday afternoon. Mother-Son Dances will be held this Friday and Saturday, and Friday, March 16 and Friday, March 23. “Some of our grand events, which are open to the public, draw over 300 participants, and each event has grown over the years,” said Eisenmann.…