For the second year, the Nordic Center and the Nortun Lodge/Sons of Norway are hosting Duluth’s version of a Gingerbread City.RELATED CONTENT
We love our pets like family members. But as the holiday season arrives, it’s important to remember that they’re not tiny, furry people.RELATED CONTENT
The Budgeteer urges you to make sure that your dogs and cats are safe during the cold weather. Although they are equipped with fur coats, dogs, cats and other animals can still suffer from frostbite and exposure, and they can become dehydrated when water sources freeze.
We are writing regarding the article “Sankta Lucia brings light to darkness” published in the December 1 issue of the Duluth Budgeteer News.
Thank you for the very, very fine article on hospice care in the November 17 Budgeteer.
Biiboon Bimaadiziwin, the “Good Life in Winter” holiday craft show and bazaar is sponsored by AICHO, the American Indian Community Housing Organization.RELATED CONTENT
The second half of November brought us the transitions that we look for at this time.
The folks at Norton Park United Methodist Church are holding their 49th Wassail Bowl on Sunday, Dec. 8.
The Glensheen mansion is getting into the holiday spirit by offering a new self-guided tour. The tour is based on the story of houseguest Dorothy Crawford, a young woman who stayed at the mansion for a month in the winter of 1912.RELATED CONTENT
Looking for a way to spread holiday cheer? There is still time to participate in Home Instead’s “Be a Santa to a Senior” holiday program.RELATED CONTENT
A special group of liberal arts majors at UMD is trying to use the power of business to solve cultural problems as well as turn a profit.RELATED CONTENT
Cat videos. Thanks to social media, they’re everywhere on the Internet. And now they’re moving from your computer screen to the big screen.RELATED CONTENT
Hockey pucks won’t be the only things careening about at the Friday, Dec. 13, University of Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey game against Western Michigan University. Northwestern Mutual is sponsoring a “teddy bear toss” as a fundraiser for Arc Northland.
Maybe you have it. Many people do. It’s something you really couldn’t help, not with the environment you find yourself in. What I’m referring to is a condition known as Nature Deficit Disorder.RELATED CONTENT
Brian Matuszak column: Fall, Winter, Thanksgiving, Christmas: Does anyone really know what time it is?
So do you ever forget what season it is? It’s easy to get confused here at the end of the year with the sun acting like an impatient teenager at the zoo (“Cool bear, dude, but I gotta go ...”) as fall quickly transforms into winter.RELATED CONTENT