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LINCOLN PARK CRAFT DISTRICT

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“Most press people that I've run into ... many have fewer than 10 fingers," Janelle Miller said. While two were bandaged during a News Tribune visit, the Duluth woman had all 10.
Duluth-made waxed canvas packs are available to rent by the day.
“It’s not necessarily about documentation of landscape … but finding a physical manifestation that attaches a person to that mood." — Paul Lajeunesse, Duluth painter
Artist Kirsten Aune's new storefront features her Scandinavian prints on wall hangings, clothing, pot holders and masks.

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Can you see it? Can you see a $20 million community center in place of a rusted-out, decaying industrial site? Can you see dynamic buildings hosting more than 400,000 visitors and users per year? Can you see teeming swarms of kids and families creating the impetus for the “craft district” in Lincoln Park? Can you see a virtual “citizenship laboratory” where kids are taught about what it takes to create healthy, functioning societies? Can you see it?
Wild State Cider and Duluth Cider have recently expanded production.
Kelly Busche wants to hear from you! Tips? Thoughts? Story ideas? Send them her way, kbusche@duluthnews.com.
Opening June 10, Mivikin will sell curated pieces found at thrift stores, garage sales and more.
A virtual summer tour of Duluth is now available, the tourism agency Visit Duluth announced.
The trail connects the neighborhood to a wider network of trails.

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Many of area's locally made beers and ciders will soon be available all in one place.
The Lincoln Park Clean Sweep Team picks up garbage and answers questions to those in neighborhood's business district.
It's not weird; it's wonderful

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