This year, you may find yourself decking the halls with African sisal angels or setting up your nativity set made from banana leaves if you visit one of the new pop-up shops called “Touched by Africa.”
We’re proud to continue many of the traditions in downtown Duluth that have helped our community usher in the holiday season, plus we are adding a few new twists that will bring additional excitement and energy to our central business district.
Many people fantasize about quitting their day jobs in order to run their own businesses. When Duluthian Jason Amundsen’s day job quit on him, rather than pound the pavement for employment, he identified a niche to fill.
During a 40th anniversary celebration for the Miller Hill Mall, Machelle Kendrick introduced mall employees who talked about what the mall means to them and to the community. Kendrick is the director of marketing for the mall.
“Every person who has a dog knows that they will have to clean up after it, that is what my business is here for,” said Charlie Bray, founder of Duluth Dog Waste Removal, the local business that does the job for the dog owner.
In 19 years of designing and baking cakes, Eileen Brown of How Sweet It Is Cakes has been tasked with making some big treats over the years. But nothing could quite prepare Brown for the project she’s currently undertaking.
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