Since this summer, I’ve seen several large, blaze orange coils of fiber optic cable being installed throughout the city. As of today I spotted some by Holy Rosary and up near Home Depot on Central Entrance.
Does anyone know if our Google overlords are trying to pull a fast one on us? Were area ISPs startled into actually building out their networks up here? Please tell me I’ll be browsing the Internet at satisfyingly fast speeds in the near future.
Instead of exclusively perusing Craigslist, I thought I’d put a question to the friendly community of PDDers.
Can anyone please recommend a handyman and/or woman who could help me with my inability to properly execute seemingly simple home repair tasks?
After an interminable two weeks since their last EP, Lion or Gazelle present their latest, Let’s Do Milli Vanilli Dance Moves & Forget About This Shit. As usual, downloads and streaming are free from the Bandcamp page or on Facebook.
Also, the band will be on 91.3 KUWS tonight at 10pm with Walt Dizzo. Tune in to hear some live tunes and an enlightening interview.
The Morley Heights playground project is moving forward quickly! On Saturday, July 10, our equipment will be delivered to the park and we will need plenty of volunteers to help us assemble it.
We are planning two assembly shifts for the 10th. The first will run from 8am to noon and the second from 1pm to 5pm. No previous construction experience necessary – we just need lots of people power.
If you want to help out, please email me (mickeypearson @ gmail.com) and indicate your availability for that weekend.
Many thanks for your interest and help!
Due to inclement weather, we have moved tomorrow’s fall festivalto Woodland Middle School. Event times and activities remain unchanged. Please get the word out about this last minute change!
Also, here’s tomorrow’s music schedule:
Robi Meyerson – TBA
Rachel Kilgour – 11:30am
Suzuki Violin Performance – 1:00pm
This Saturday is the Fall Fundraising Festival for Morley Heights Park. Join us from 10am to 2pm for a free fun outdoor party in the park and help us raise the money to erect a new playground for our neighborhood. Enjoy live music by Rachel Kilgour and the Duluth Suzuki Violin students, food, and free games and activities for the whole family!
Directions to Morley Park: From Snively Road, turn northwest onto Morley Parkway and follow up the hill to the park.
For more information on our efforts, visit our blog at http://morleyheights.blogspot.com/ or find us on Facebook. Hope to see you there!