Auction to be held Oct. 5 at 2 p.m.
Category: For Sale
Hey brewers, I’ve got some surplus cascade hops for sale. $5 per pound or $25 for a paper grocery bag full. Limited supply, absolutely no chemical pesticides or fertilizers used. Call or text 612-716-1104.
Do you like eggs? I do too. I eat a soft-boiled egg every day, and I buy them from the Whole Foods Co-op because I don’t know what shit they put into mass produced eggs and I want organic food in my body. But I hear pasture-raised eggs are even better than organic! Less fat, healthier, etc. So … two friends of mine have launched an egg production farm, called Locally Laid Eggs, where they are tending hens that are laying eggs! And they are selling those eggs! Yum.
Perfect Duluth Day T-Shirts are now available at the Laughingstock/Happyspace store, 324 W. Superior St.
Shirts are $15, $17 for XXL.
Regular hours are 10-5:30 Mon – Sat.
For the out-of-towners, the shirts can be ordered online by clicking here. There is shipping for online orders ($4)
Get yours today to wear to the PDD 9th Anniversary Party at Tycoons Friday night. Or you can wait and hope to be one of the lucky few that might win a PDD shirt or another fabulous prize Friday. Prizemaster Lundgren is still compiling the list of fabulous prizes, but rest assured, it’s a fabulous list of prizes.
To raise money to help complete the Joe Gomer statue at the new Duluth International Airport, Security Jewelers is auctioning an entry to the Garry Bjorklund/Grandma’s Half Marathon. This is a totally sold out event and 100 percent of proceeds will go to help honor this true American hero who was a member of the Tuskegee Air force. Please forward this message on to make all who missed out on an entry aware.
So, long story super short: I have five tickets for the SOLD OUT matinee of “A Chorus Line” at the Playhouse, tomorrow afternoon at 2. Three are together, the other two are singles. The coolest part is: you name your price…and I decide whether or not it’s worth my time to meet you down there for said price! Just give a shout. 2one8.3four1.07nine3
Two-bedroom, two-bath bungalow on dead-end street in upper Woodland with one-car garage and nice shed. 1,170 square-foot home on 50×152 lot with a nice sized deck and fenced yard. Lower level family room, custom kitchen cabinets, refinished hardwood floors, new furnace, water heater, and electrical. Newer roof, vinyl siding, walk up attic, plenty of closet space, and other storage. Many pictures available. Contact me ASAP if interested because I will be signing with a realtor soon if I cannot sell on my own.
Ami (218) 731-1485
amilee.s @ gmail.com
[This article is the last in a five-part series profiling local dealers of used goods, in all their rich variety. Others in the series: North Shore Architectural Antiques, Sellers Auction, Retro Antiques, Central Sales.]
Tami LaPole Edmunds walks through her store and points out every piece of art, commenting and describing with passion.
“Those are just old castaway lamps, but you repaint the shade and it’s fabulous,” she says.
When the CD in the background begins skipping loudly she goes to its rescue, but she can’t help stopping to point out some jewelry while the jarring noise continues.
I’m seeking a responsible roommate to share a beach house on the lake side of Park Point. Great kitchen, off-street parking, on-site laundry, internet. $485+ utilities (avg $65pp summer, adj with season). One-year lease. Available June 1. Call 218.349.9800 for details and showing.
[This five-part series profiles local dealers of used goods, in all their rich variety. Others in the series: North Shore Architectural Antiques, Sellers Auction, Retro Antiques and Art in the Alley.]
Judy Okstad stands at the counter of Central Sales, welcoming customers into a three-floor-deep ocean of stuff. Seriously… a lot of stuff.
“There’s a lot to remember where things are,” Okstad says. “When people aren’t in here I do walk around and I look and try to memorize.”
The “handyman’s candy land,” as owner Joel Russell calls it, sells just about everything: tools, boots and shoes, motors, greeting cards, ribbons. The variety is overwhelming. Downstairs: auto exhaust pipes. Upstairs: porcelain figurines.
Col. Brent Loberg stands at the front of a huge warehouse-like room, auctioning off bottles of barbecue sauce, jars of olives and boxes of candy.
“Who else wants a Sweet Tart Squeeze here?” Loberg calls in a booming auctioneer voice. “Whoa, that’ll make you pucker up there.”
Col. Brent Loberg accepts items for the upcoming Sellers Auction.
In a drafty old 1930s movie theater, environmental consultant John McCarthy sells antique building elements on his days off.
McCarthy, a geologist, opened North Shore Architectural Antiques in Two Harbors nearly 10 years ago. His inventory includes windows, doors, light fixtures, tiles, ceiling tins and other items.
The UMD Outdoor Educators Club’s 14th annual Outdoor Gear Swap/Fundraiser is coming up on Saturday, March 3. Bring your outdoor gear to sell during the drop off times, and/or come to the sale and take advantage of some great deals! Gear to help people enjoy the outdoors will be sold by students, community members and local businesses. 15% of the sale price is taken to promote outdoor education. It’s like a big garage sale for outdoor gear.
All in the Sports and Health Center. Link to a map. Park only in legal spots. Look for signs.
Gear drop-off times:
Friday, March 2, 3 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 3, 8 to 9 a.m.
Sale (Open to everyone):
Saturday, March 3, 9:30 a.m. to noon
Meet: Sports and Health Center Room 135
Two-bedroom, one-bath, in the Woodland area. Please see our Craigslist post for more info.
Rolf’s Chicken Photo Shoot — another reason why I love this town.
This little guy came from a hoarding situation in September. All the dogs have found new homes and he’s the last one! He’s being fostered in Duluth through the Range Regional Animal Rescue. He’s learned how to be a pet and is ready for his forever home.You can see his PetFinder page for more info.
The shelter named him ‘Kelsey’ and we’ve changed it to ‘Dasher’! You’ll understand why when you see him outside!
Because of Dasher’s background, he cannot go to a house with small animals. He is a younger dog and needs a yard to run around in.