The Zinema will open in June, according to this Business North article.
St. David’s Day Open Reading
on St. Valentine’s Day
Saturday, Feb. 14 | 7:30 p.m.
Somers Lounge, College of St. Scholastica
Come read an original poem, or one written by someone else. Limit three minutes per reader.
Click here for more info and to become a fan of the Spirit Lake Poetry Series on Facebook.
If you haven’t visited Perfect Duluth Day all weekend, you must be just noticing that the site has changed. It looks different and it works different. Here are the basic things you need to know:
If you are confused, see the help page. We’re working on adding more topics to it, so please be patient.
The only glitch so far, that we’re aware of, is that the archives from the old site are a little messed up. We’ll keep working on that. Let us know if you see anything else haywire.
Thank you for your patronage. Go blog yourself.
William Zantzinger, the former tobacco farmer and property fraudster who “killed poor Hattie Carroll,” as Bob Dylan famously sang, died in disgraced obscurity on Jan. 3.
New York Times: W. D. Zantzinger, Subject of Dylan Song, Dies at 69.