Duluth is a special place. You know that. I know that. Duluth knows that.
We decided to document that fact by spending one day talking to random people in Duluth. We conducted the same basic interview over and over again in different locations for about 8 hours, and then set out to create a three minute video. Hours of film were eventually whittled down to six minutes that we want to share with you now. We hope you like it.
On Tuesday, Aug. 23, the film Duluth Q: poverty homelessness and the working poor, will premiere at 7 p.m. at Teatro Zuccone. There will be a time for community reaction and discussion to follow the film’s debut. Local elected officials, various nonprofit staff, and film makers will be on hand to answer questions and share ideas about how the Duluth community can respond to the issue of poverty.
Join us in a “Party for Change” to support Frank Jewell’s campaign for St. Louis County Commissioner. On Thursday, Oct. 7, there will be a silent auction at Zeitgeist from 7-9pm with music from Sarah Thompson and Paula Pedersen. At 9pm we’ll shift over to Luce for a concert featuring DJ Kevin Craig, Shaunna Heckman and Retribution Gospel Choir.
Zeitigeist is a free event that will include hors dourves and a cash bar. The silent auction focuses on local arts and wellness, including items like an energy audit for your home, massage and gift certificates to local restaurants.
Pizza Luce is a 21+ event with an $8 cover at the door.
10% of the proceeds from the night will be donated to the Artist Relief Fund.
Frank Jewell is the DFL and Labor endorsed candidate for the St. Louis County Board’s 1st District, which represents Observation Hill, Central and East Hillside, the colleges and the Heights. For more information on Frank, visit frankjewell.com or find us on Facebook. For more info on what a county commissioner does check out this PDF.