Dan Hansen, a Duluth digital artist and son of Mark & Wendy Hansen of Grand Marais, has been delving into the history and meaning of numbers. His art exhibit, "Sofia," is a work of historical fiction presented as an archaeological find of the lost writings of Pythagoras. It opens Thursday, Aug. 27 (opening reception 7 p.m.) at North House Folk School and runs through Sept. 7. Dick spoke with Dan Aug. 21 to learn more about the exhibit and what inspired him to create these pieces.
Tofte businessman Bill Hansen has made it official by announcing he’ll run for the District 3A House seat vacated by the death of David Dill.
Fall-like weather today and tomorrow, then summer slowly returns. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Carol Christenson.
Woodblock printmaking is an ancient art technique, and the Grand Marais Art Colony is offering a weekend class.
We have more power than we usually tap to create our dreams, paraphrasing George Eliot, to become what we might have been.
Chapter 22: The Treehouse
(Photo courtesy of Loren Kerns on Flickr)
Some Chippewa bands are defying the DNR over wild rice rights. County commissioners spend and save some money. Two candidates announce for the late David Dill’s House seat.
Reading, rhythm and more at the Grand Marais Public Library; and the picture book collection is organized for easier access.
Principal Gwen Carman has resigned at Sawtooth Mountain Elementary, and the ISD166 school board is on hold regarding its operating levy referendum, waiting to if and when the Governor sets a special e