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“One time, I picked up a toilet and painted it. ... It was clean — don’t be grossed out," said Deb Wilson of Junk Redeemed.
Julie Bugner does it all: sugar cookie bars, Norwegian treat Kransekake, cakes that mimic a scene from Minecraft, and her specialty, French macarons.
The 119-year-old Stormy Kromer torch is passed to a woman for the first time.
The Portage Coffee Camper family business was made possible with a little faith and a lot of caffeine.

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Construction on the 22,300-square-foot, $7 million-$8 million Duluth fitness center is expected to begin this fall.
Her business grew. She hired a few employees, and soon Candace LaCosse will release rounds of ready-to-wear styles — a departure from her previous custom-only model.
Love Creamery and Gordy's Hi-Hat are among area spots featured in DogApproved.biz
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Meals on Hills stacks its menu with seafood boils, steak burgers, catfish and elote (grilled Mexican-style street corn).
The business, which offers charcuterie boards and specialty cheeses by the block, is open every Friday.

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Ludlow's Island Resort in Cook was in the Ludlow family for four generations. The family will continue to be involved in the resort's management.
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The popular downtown Duluth brewery can now produce, and serve, twice as much beer. Oh, and there's also more room for ax throwing.

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