Arts & Culture
During the up-coming Easter season, a special exhibit is being hosted at the Grand Marais Art Colony.
This year’s annual Mush for a Cure Sled Dog Fundraiser, March 12-13, raised more than $30,000. Of that amount, organizers say that a minimum of $28,000 will go to the National Breast Ca
The Gunflint Trail Historical Society announced the hiring of a site manager for the Chik-Wauk Museum, scheduled to open July 4.
Lots of fun stuff to do this weekend including Sivertson Gallery's 10th annual Inuit Premiere, which opens today (Saturday) and the Mush for the Cure events at Trail Center.
The North Shore Photographers show opened at the Johnson Heritage Post on Friday night.
The Ojibwe people living in the Grand Marais area practiced a unique balance of cultures, that of mainstream society and traditional Ojibwe society.
Why does the North Shore seem warmer this winter? Temperatures in February were some of the highest in the state. If that’s the case, why is there so much ice out on Lake Superior?