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The new rules quietly went into effect when U.S. residents couldn't get into Canada.
Members of Duluth's Armory Arts and Music Center board traveled to Oklahoma for this week's official opening.
A new National Geographic book by Stephanie Pearson is rooted in her childhood exploring Duluth's Hartley Park.
The Duluth Entertainment Convention Center will host a touring show May 11 promising "5,000 years of exquisite Chinese music and dance, in one night!"

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My knowledge deficit of British driving ways and navigating roundabouts was complicated by having to drive the vehicle on the right side.
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Jim Heffernan is a former Duluth News Tribune news and opinion writer and columnist.
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In October, it issued the first American passport with an "X" gender marker, designed to give nonbinary, intersex and gender-nonconforming people a marker other than male or female on their travel document.

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