Video Archive: Vikings vs. Eagles in 1978

From Metropolitan Stadium, Dec. 3, 1978. It’s the tail-end of the Purple People Eater years, and many of the Vikings’ top stars are starting to show their age. Nonetheless, the home team comes into this game 7-5-1, with a shot at the playoffs. We’ll save the spoiler remarks until after the jump.

Golden Hour trailer

The Minnesota-made short-narrative film “Golden Hour,” screens tonight at Prøve Gallery as part of the Duluth Superior Film Festival. Filmed in just eight days, it features ten different locations across Minnesota, including Duluth’s Park Point.

Camera crews, form a semi-circle. It’s time to remove the Last Place on Earth sign.

Among the throng of photographers and videographers, Lane Ellis captured this 17-minute don’t-miss-a-moment-of-the-action version of the Last Place on Earth sign being removed by city workers.

UW-Superior Spring 2014 Commencement

Charlie Parr – “Union Tramp”

Green Room performance by Duluth’s Charlie Parr at Turner Hall in Milwaukee. Video produced by Phil Hosticka & Jay Patterson.

Wind Song trailer

Solon Springs native Christine Rapsys moved from Duluth to Los Angeles and, one year later, joined with co-writer/co-director Christine Dennis to produce this dramatic short film. The story follows Maya, a young woman whose best friend, Zoe, dies tragically in an unexpected accident.

Wind Song was on the Duluth Superior Film Festival schedule, but the screening has apparently been cancelled.

Amity Creek

Video by Alex Kunnari.

St. Louis Bay Time Lapse

Video by Alex Kunnari. Although it’s called “Time Lapse Saint Louis Bay,” it appears to have been shot over the Superior Bay or maybe the Duluth Harbor Basin. Close enough. Cool video.

Happy 60th anniversary, Sammy’s Pizza

It all began 60 years ago. Sam and Louise Perrella moved their small cafe from Keewatin to Hibbing. And with that move, expanded the menu with pizza. Sam had learned about the Italian item from the men who worked in the mines.

Video Archive: Homegrown Kickball 2004

Ahhh … the fresh spring air, clogged lungs and diseased livers. Scenes from the Homegrown Music Festival Kickball Classic of a decade ago, and the after-party at the Shaky Ray. The song is Bone Appetit’s “Drive Away.” Video shot and edited by Barrett Chase.

Road Trip to Grand Marais via Duluth

Shot and edited in a single day by Zac Anderson.

Denfeld Lip Dub 2014: “It’s Always a Good Time”

R.I.P. Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

Enger Tower inside and out

The PDD Drone takes an up-close and faraway look at a Duluth icon.

Bliss – “The Most Important Things in Life are Invisible”

Video by Duluth rapper Bliss for a song from his new album, The Most Important Things in Life are Invisible, which will be released May 17.

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