HUNGRY FOR LIFE Port Cities Luncheon
The Port Cties Luncheon is Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at noon at the Radisson Hall (5th Avenue West & Superior Street), Duluth, Harborview Room.
Pre-registration is required. Contact Bonnie back by F... Posted on 4/23/12 at 7:38 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Dear Auntie, Why Me?
Dear Auntie, Why Me? by Peggy Anderson,
Published in 2005
Duluthian shares her breast cancer story to educate women
Last Updated:Friday, July 22nd, 200... Posted on 2/6/12 at 6:00 PM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II mama mondays: chasing after a birdie
Yep, that's right. It's birdie chasing time today.
Ah, c'mon. You know you wanna!
But you hafta head over to Peace Garden Writer first. Toodles and see ya soon!
... Posted on 1/25/12 at 1:00 AM
Duluth author and publisher Jeffrey Woolf takes a break from crafting novel No. 2 to release a poetry chapbook, "Octopus Moons, Vol. 1." Plus: A "reprint" of the feature Matthew R. Perrine wrote about him in 2008.
Susan Marks gets the Budgeteer stamp of approval: she wrote a book and made a documentary about Betty Crocker, she lives in a famous photographer’s former home and she just did a project with John Waters.
An excerpt from Budgeteer columnist Linda LeGarde Grover's award-winning collection of short stories, “The Road Back to Sweetgrass,” which was recently recognized by the Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas.
CHICAGO — Studs Terkel, the ageless master of listening and speaking, a broadcaster, activist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose best-selling oral histories celebrated the common people he liked to call the “noncelebrated,” died Friday. He was 96.
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