What’s your favorite Duluth phallus?
That lighthouse weenie has bugged me since it was built!
This post is incomplete without a photo of the NorShor Theatre handrails.
Since it was built shortly before he left office, my mother refers to it as "Fedo's Last Erection."
In addition to the handrails at the NorShor, I recall some not so subliminal images in the sculpture on the staircase.
Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum will display its Sigmund Freud Exhibit through April. Its items include his theory of dreams; Freud on headaches; Freud on his escape from Hitler's Nazis; Freudian psychoanalysis in America; and Freud analyzing his own dreams. Hours are noon to 4 p.m., Thursday through Sunday.
This one might fit into the "Where in Duluth?" category. I just came across the image, but can't remember where I shot it. I think it's one of the storefronts to the Temple Opera Building.
Isn't that the entrance to what was Browser's?
Next door to Browser's, Downtown Computer entrance. It might not be the entrance anymore, I think DC's entrance is Browser's old one.
I believe De man is correct.
In high school, we called the lighthouse weenie "Fedo's Phallic Beacon."
Sometimes a laker is just a laker.
And then there's this.
"Slap and Strap Teapot" stoneware by Dave Lynas
Collection of Tweed Museum of Art, UMD
Don't forget to check out Dick's accordion at Beaner's.
Not as obvious as some of the others, but still ...
It seems like there is a lot going on at Beaner's.
Deconstructed in 1920, the Alger-Smith Sawmill was the world's largest sawmill. Size matters.
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