PDDTV Posts

A Prairie Home Companion in Duluth: Garrison Keillor talks with Mayor Don Ness

Dad’s Acid – “We Fucking Love You”

New video by Duluth band Dad’s Acid, featuring TV Land footage of all the heroes and villains of Gotham.

Downtown Sounds

A Duluth skateboarding video shot and edited by Cody Paulson, featuring Colton Maddy and Stephen Pestalozzi.

Duluth Lights

Time lapse video by Skyler Brewster.

Duluth view of Oct. 23 partial solar eclipse

Patrick Smith created this video using YouTube Slideshow Creator.

Jake Specht skateboards across Duluth

Footage shot Oct. 19 by Jesse Covington. Music by Atmosphere – “Let Me Know That You Know What You Want Now.”

Stoney Point Surf

Video by Kyle James.

Video Archive: Low – “Fear”

Ten years ago Starfire posted this video he made for the Low song “Fear,” from the 1994 album I Could Live in Hope. The video was produced as part of the Crash Ballet Contest put on by Coudal Partners, a design, advertising and interactive studio in Chicago. Participants were asked to edit original NASA footage to music. Starfire’s video was named a runner up in the contest.

Meet the Candidates for Minnesota House District 7A: Kristine Osbakken, Jennifer Schultz and Becky Hall

Video by WDSE-TV.

Landscape footage of Jay Cooke and Amnicon Falls state parks

Video and music by Dave Dueck.

Charlie Parr music in “Town of the Living Dead” TV show trailer

zombieThe song “Ain’t No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down” by Duluth musician Charlie Parr is prominently featured in this trailer for the new TV series Town of the Living Dead, which premieres Oct. 7 on the Syfy cable network.

Brule River by air and underwater

Go Pro video with P2 Drone by Sam Alvar of Seaquest Productions.

Wood Blind’s Veikko Lepisto, back in the day

Duluth band Wood Blind plays Sept. 25 at Beaner’s during the week-long “One Week Live” celebration. We dug into the shallow end of the PDD archives and dusted off this Royal Crown Revue video circa 1997, which features Wood Blind bassist Veikko Lepisto doing his thing with the old crew.

Lepisto was born in Duluth and studied bass with Billy Barnard at UMD. He lived in Los Angeles during most of his music career, but has been back in Duluth for over a year.

The Kid and Nic Show – “Little Darlin”

A little doo wop on Duluth’s hillside, performed by the Kid and Nic Show.

Rail sessions across Duluth

Featuring Cody Nehniba, Wilson Robinson, Tyler Murto, Kyle Juntunen and Isiah England.

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