Perfect Duluth Day’s Best Videos of 2007

Twelve Moons on Gitchi Gami

Mark Ryan’s video capturing the moods and seasons of Lake Superior through images gathered between April 2004 and April 2005 on a Web cam in Canal Park.

Originally posted February 26, 2007.

Low – “Breaker”

The gluttonous music video for the song from the album, Drums and Guns.

Originally posted March 24, 2007.

Found Sound Animation: Duluth Speech

Scott Bateman found a recording of a speech about Duluth and went to town on it.

Originally posted April 26, 2007.

Hans Johnson on Rocketboom

Duluthian Hans Johnson is profiled on Rocketboom for his work with the Maasai in Southern Kenya.

Originally posted April 16, 2007.

Brad Nailer – “It Ain’t Gonna Lick Itself”

Duluth’s Simon Gray (A/K/A Brad Nailer) performs his patented brand of profane country music.

Originally posted June 28, 2007.

Chester Bowl Water Skipping

The spring thaw provides some interesting opportunities at Chester Bowl for skiiers, snowboarders and people with an extra couch.

Originally posted July 2, 2007.

Chester Creek Slacklining

A dude named Matt crosses Chester Creek on a 35-foot high, 55-foot long highline.

Originally posted Oct. 5, 2007.

Release Me

A lovely Duluth snowstorm video with music by Laura Sweden.

Originally posted Dec. 3, 2007.

Haus Meeting Live at Mr. Movies

There isn’t really a better place for live music.

Originally posted Dec. 13, 2007.

35th Annual Birthday Rally in Spirit Valley

Paul Lundgren and Barrett Chase celebrate their 35th birthdays like any wholesome West Duluth boys should — at Mr. D’s Bar & Grill.

Originally posted Dec. 16, 2007.

Leatherheads Trailer

“You think you’re the slickest operator in Duluth, but being the slickest operator in Duluth is kind of like being the world’s tallest midget if you ask me.”

Originally posted Dec. 18, 2007.

Fresh: A Lake Superior Surf Film

Some icy surfing on the big lake.

Originally posted Dec. 20, 2007.

Low Choir Practice

Low rehearses for a holiday concert, performing “Happy Christmas (War is Over).” Among the choir members: Marc Gartman, Greg “Cougar” Conley, Jerree Small, Jennifer Jones and Amy Abts.

Originally posted Dec. 21, 2007.

Backcountry Powder in Duluth

Sam and Henry take to the hills for some backcountry skiing and snowboarding.

Originally posted Dec. 30, 2007.