During the Cold War, eight sites around the nation (and two in Canada) housed 48-foot, 16,000-pound anti-aircraft missiles. Thanks to one historian, these nuclear warheads will finally get their day in the sun.
In this personal essay, Budgeteer reporter Matthew R. Perrine accompanies the College of St. Scholastica's Russian-American Language Camp to Duluth's most infamous of "art galleries," Graffiti Graveyard.
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