Monthly Archives: May 2011

Zinema lobby

I like the glass windows of the lobby of the Zinema 2, a theater which carries independent movies. The lobby is sleek and trendy. Across the street is the Greysolon, it at one time had been a ritzy hotel, named Hotel Duluth. The ballrooms and lobby are still pretty ritzy and are rented out for […]

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Preparing for Memorial Day

I saw these flags at the Cliffside Manor Apartments on Kenwood Avenue. I wonder if someone in their family is in the Marines?

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A saltie and a laker

Driving down Mesaba Avenue, I was  greeted by the scene of a saltie and a laker gracefully moving in the harbor. I turned off into the Observation Hill neighborhood to get a photo. What a fun way to start the day! A saltie is an oceangoing vessel, and a “laker,” of course, stays in the […]

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The sailboats are back!

Yeah, the Wednesday night sailboats are back. What fun to be driving home and seeing these white sails gliding in the water.:)

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Priley Fountain at Night at the Duluth Civic Center

The Civic Center, right above 5th Avenue West and West First Street is between three buidlings: City Hall, the St. Louis county Courthouse and the Heaney Federal Building

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Sun shines on Superior

We got a bit of sunshine…or at least the city of Superior did.

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Rushing water at Miller Creek

Water rushing at Miller Creek in Lincoln Park Today was a raining day and Miller Creek was full of water. In the past couple years it has been very dry. Lincoln Park is the name of the actual park in the West End? Lincoln Park Neighborhood.  There are several churches within a block to it’s […]

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Moon over the William A. Irvin

My husband and I like to go to movies at the Marcus 10 which is next to the the William A. Irvin, a retired laker for the US Steel company sits in a slip near the Movie complex. The movie complex has a roof shaped like a ship and red in color to mimic the […]

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Barn in East Hillside

This is what is seen on the other side of St. Luke’s hospital.  (See previous photo) I wonder how many barns are still up and in use in Duluth or East Hillside?  This is the third barn I know of.  Well… the second, a barn behind the old Silver’s Mansion was recently torn down. (Actually […]

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Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum

If you are hospitalized, at least this having a room with is a nice view makes it a little easier. The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum, located across the street from St.Luke’s Hospital,  is a unique private museum in Duluth.   The museum is owned by a private person and their are several of the museums throughout […]

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