Videos Posts

Breanne and Anya Tepler – “It’s Time to Go to Bentleyville”

It’s not quite time to go to Bentleyville yet, but members of the Tepler family have a new music video ready for when Duluth’s annual holiday light display opens Nov. 18.

Rachael Kilgour – “Ontario”

“Ontario” is the third single from Duluth native Rachael Kilgour‘s new album, My Father Loved Me.

Climate>Duluth: David Blockstein

Climate>Duluth host Tone Lanzillo interviews David Blockstein, professor in the graduate programs in sustainability at Bard College.

Climate>Duluth: Lisa Fitzpatrick of Duluth Climate Mobilization

Climate>Duluth host Tone Lanzillo interviews local climate activist Lisa Fitzpatrick of Duluth Climate Mobilization.

Recorded at Duluth Public Access Community Television’s studio in City Hall.

40 Below: The Toughest Race in the World

Duluthian Marius Anderson’s film 40 Below will be the featured film on Friday, Oct. 6 at the 2023 Duluth Superior Film Fest. The film follows entrants in the Arrowhead 135 race in International Falls during the depths of Minnesota winter. It’s one of many Minnesota-made films screened at the fest; the full schedule is on the Duluth Superior Film Fest website.

Below are more Minnesota-made movie trailers.

Video Tour of Mariner Business Center in 2021

Brandon Novy produces videos of “dead, dying, or interesting malls (and anything related) in and around Minnesota” for the YouTube channel Yodeling Loon Retail. In 2021 he visited Mariner Business Center in Superior — formerly Mariner Mall — for his first video of a mall outside Minnesota.

League of Women Voters of Duluth Candidate Forums

The League of Women Voters of Duluth recently hosted forums in the Duluth Public Access Community Television studios featuring candidates on the General Election ballot.

The forum embedded above features mayoral candidates Emily Larson and Roger Reinert, recorded Sept. 20.

Northern Lights over Grand Marais

Via WDIO-TV, time-lapse footage of the Sept. 18 northern lights by David Johnson, captured in Grand Marais.

North Shore and Grand Marais Aerial Video

Lake Superior shoreline and waterfall scenes from TruNorth Productions.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Cast – “What a Pleasant Journey”

Thirty years ago today — Sept. 18, 1993 — the sci-fi comedy series Mystery Science Theater 3000 mentioned Duluth in “The Train Song” a.k.a. “What a Pleasant Journey.” Specifically referenced in the lyrics is the 1992 benzine spill in Superior known as “Toxic Tuesday.”

Sydney Hansen – “You or the Whiskey”

The latest music video from Duluth native Sydney Hansen features Aurora Kalligher and Michael Joki and is directed by Bo Allen of Bo Allen Productions.

Day at the Cribs

Video by Isabel Aalberg.

The Slice: Ventriloquist Jeremy Lepak

Duluth native Jeremy Lepak has been a ventriloquist for more than 15 years. In this video he talks about the craft and entertains a crowd in Gary New Duluth during Far West Kids Fest.

In its series The Slice, PBS North presents short “slices of life” that capture the events and experiences that bring people together and speak to what it means to live up north.

Sidestreet Detour – “Time is Short”

Sidestreet Detour performed its Superior Porchfest concert on June 15 on a residential driveway near Central Park. Porchfest is a free, family-friendly music and art series in which attendees can bring a blanket or lawn chair, pack a picnic and/or simply stop by to enjoy the show.

The 2023 season concludes on Thursday, Sept. 7, with music at sunset around a campfire in Billings Park.

Accordion on a Unicycle with Steve Solkela

Steve Solkela performs Wild Cherry’s hit song “Play that Funky Music” on accordion while riding a unicycle … because he’s Steve Solkela.

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