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ChuchCrew: Duluth Dæn »

Dan Wilczek takes a few downhill runs. Video by Alex Colorito.

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St. Louis River video at Jay Cooke State Park »

Video by Douglas Feltman; music by Dexter Britain.

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Rollin’ 218 »

Been sitting on this waiting for summer to peak for its release, but that never happened obvs.

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Corkscrew Dive »

Corkscrewed down 20 feet underwater to do a barrel roll over a field of boulders I like to explore, then spiraled back topside. Not a long dive (around 30 secs at normal speed), just a fun one with a glimpse of one of Lake Superior’s Atlantean grottos. Pretty sure the bubble that pops out @ 43 secs came out of my right ear as I pinched my nose and equalized the pressure in my skull. Water clarity perfect on this Sunday morning dive in MY church.

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Outside Magazine “Best Outdoor City” segment on MSNBC »

“…but it’s cold! How on earth did Duluth become the #1 city?”

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Google Goes to Twin Ports – The Movie »

I’m interested in hearing comments about this video shot in Duluth. Do you think it portrays our city fairly? Does it make you want to visit Duluth? What do you think?

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Ghosts of the French River, pts. 2 and 3 »

Starring Erin Renee. Camera: Jim Richardson.

Part one here.

Photo album here.

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Trap God featuring Lil Mikee – “Dumpin Back” »

I’m interested in hearing comments about this music video shot in Duluth. Do you think it portrays our city fairly? Does it make you want to visit Duluth? What do you think?

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Ghosts of the French River (pt.1) »

Starring Erin Renee. Camera: Jim Richardson.

Photo album here.

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Aquaman goofs date with Superwoman »

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Chris Belich – “Stars” »

Duluth’s Chris Belich plays a mean steel pan.

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10 Slo-Mo Backflips at the Rock Beach »

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Aerial fly over of Thomson Dam near Jay Cooke State Park »

Drone fly over of the Thomson Dam and Munger Trail foot bridge on the St. Louis River near the entrance of Jay Cooke State Park. This is also home to the UMD Outdoor Program Outpost on the St. Louis River/Thomson Reservoir.

See more Duluth Drone VideosClick Here

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Alaska Brooks Falls – Bear and Salmon Cam »



Great nature cam setup in Katmai National Park in Alaska to watch Brown bear feed themselves on Sockeye Salmon. More than a hundred Brown Bears stalk a mile stretch of the Brooks River to snack on the world’s largest Sockeye Salmon run.

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Almanac North – July 11 edition »

On this edition of WDSE-TV’s Almanac North:

1:30 – Tony Barrett, professor of economics at the College of St. Scholastica, and Ron Brochu, Business North publisher, discuss the latest unemployment figures in northeastern Minnesota and what industries are creating jobs.

13:00 – Twenty-five years ago this week: Independent Air, an international charter airline, brings business to the Duluth International Airport with its stops to refuel and change crews.

14:50 – Lisa Luokkala and Russell Habermann of the Healthy Duluth Area Coalition discuss the new signs that help visitors and locals walk their way to local attractions and better health.

24:50 – The week’s business news.

27:05 – Footage of World War II airplanes visiting Superior as part of the Wings of Freedom Tour.

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Trampled by Turtles – “Are You Behind the Shining Star” (Live video from the Late Show with David Letterman) »

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Kathleen Roberts – “On a Prophet” »

Video by Dave Richardson for the collaborative art show With Sirens Blaring, coming to the Prøve Gallery Aug. 8-23.

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Coaxing a half-drowned dragonfly off the camera »

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Rafting on the St. Louis River »

Peter Tollefson and friends take a day trip on the St. Louis River, just south of Duluth.

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Lost Iron Range »

For your Independence Day pleasure, one hour and four minutes of Iron Range history from the fine folks at WDSE-TV.

The persecution of Jews in Russia and Eastern Europe at the turn of the 20th century led many to flee to a safer place where they could build a future for their families. America was the land of opportunity and Minnesota’s Iron Range in particular was booming with the mining industry. The Range was also a place where a mosaic of ethnic groups was building communities without fear of prejudice. Subsequently the Iron Range saw a large influx of Jewish settlers.

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