STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS We’re No. 1! In this hemisphere!
Q. Where is the second-best adventure travel hub in the world?
A. Duluth, according to Outside magazines April Outside Travel Awards issue.
The magazine credits the trails, Spirit Mountain, Lake Sup... Posted on 3/13/13 at 12:01 AM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND A Library Find: “The Disappearing Spoon”
Those who follow this blog (thank you for sticking it out, by the way) know that I travel often for my job and love to listen to books on CD to keep me company. An 11 disc book is just about the right... Posted on 3/8/13 at 8:25 AM
THE GAY AGENDA The same, only . . .
Ricky and I just got back from visiting some place I've never been before. It made me think of this post I wrote after returning from Guadalajara & Puerto Vallarta . . . .
Humans are hard-wired t... Posted on 3/1/13 at 7:07 PM
WHAT IN THE WORLD? España Te Espera!
I recently returned from my first trip to Europe... I was a little nervous, not knowing what to expect, but it turned out to be a great experience that I will never forget! We landed in Lisbon, Portug... Posted on 1/18/13 at 12:08 PM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Gas prices plunge in Duluth
It happened today.
Unleaded gas prices plunged below $3 per gallon in Duluth. Prices were at around $3.15 per gallon before the big drop to $2.99 per gallon. You can even find some stations at $2.98 ... Posted on 1/2/13 at 6:11 PM
Do you like to travel? I do and so do countless others, especially with warm-weather season approaching. So why is travel so popular? Just as reading is humankind’s window to the world (a point I made in a previous column), travel is our experiential reality.
After a long Twin Ports winter, local motorcyclists have no doubt been itching to get out for some fun in the sun on their bikes. And what better place to do so than on the shores of the greatest lake?
A new report shows 200 people who dined at one of Las Vegas’ most popular restaurants about a block off the Strip have reported food poisoning symptoms, making it the largest outbreak southern Nevada health officials have seen in at least a decade.
The executive director of the Duluth Airport Authority understands why travelers from the Duluth area drive to Minneapolis to catch a flight rather than starting their journey outside his office windows.
Now that the public has seen and commented on the environmental assessment for the proposed Northern Lights Express passenger train, project partners are waiting for governmental approval to proceed to the $8 million preliminary engineering phase of the project.
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