Great new shopping experience!

Went to the rollout of the new Art in the Alley gallery in Superior last night. Wonderful shopping experience with the original art of beader Tami LaPole and over-the-top potter Dan Edmunds. It’s in the old city hall. Enter off Broadway Street. It is the most unique shop on both sides of the bridge and will make Superior a shopping destination with terrific gift items, original art from area artist. Can’t say enough good about it. Definitely worth the trip over, and a welcome new addition to the Twin Ports shopping scene.

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Paul Lundgren

about 13 years ago



The building is called the Trade and Commerce Marketplace -- 1323 Broadway St. 

Also in the building:
Red Mug Coffeehouse
North End Arts Gallery
Yoga Tree Studio
Duluth Pottery - Superior Division
Luke's Chiropractic & Wellness
Sustenance Artisan Breads

Dale Karsky of Sustenance Artisan Breads is a superstar baker, by the way. Best bread in the Twin Ports -- that's right, I said it!

double barrell darrell

about 13 years ago

There is a vibrant scene happening at the old Trade and Commerce Marketplace for those brave enough to cross the high bridge.

Tom

about 13 years ago

Also, there is an open house (Annual Holiday Gala and Sale) there in the Trade and Commerce Building starting today and going all weekend with Music (by Coyote) and fun Saturday evening in the Red Mug.

Sun Dog

about 13 years ago

Tami has a beautiful shop. Lots of unique items.

calk

about 13 years ago

Thanks for reminding me about the open house and party, Tom! It's always a blast, and I picked up some beautiful gifts made by local artisans last year (like I always do).

I love that building, if it had been a gathering place for artists when we first moved to the region 16 years ago, we might still live in SupeTown!

Claire

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