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Ingeborg von Agassiz – “Sun Beats Down”

New video by Duluth artist Ingeborg von Agassiz. Her album release and art show will be held March 15 at the Red Herring Lounge.

It’s really Duluth out there

This clip features a Duluth reference from the 11th season of Mystery Science Theater 3000, released in 2017. It’s from episode 199, which features the 1987 movie Cry Wilderness.

Video Archive: Madeline Island Ice Road Adventures

Shot by Tomasz Majewski on March 1, 2008. First appeared on PDD March 4, 2008.

Emily Haavik & the 35s – “Candle” and “Good Heart”

A pair of music videos by Duluth band Emily Haavik & the 35s. Above is “Candle,” recorded at Scratch Studios in Duluth on Jan. 12. Video by Michelle Truax with help from Sarah Feyder. Audio by Aaron Boothe.

Duluth Curling Club team takes Olympic gold


 
Duluth News Tribune: Duluth Curling Club erupts as U.S. men’s curling takes the gold

MPR: “Chisholm’s John Shuster leads U.S. men’s curling to first Olympic gold

Duluthians go for Gold

UMD Bulldog and Team USA goalie Maddie Rooney sported the Aerial Lift Bridge on the back of her helmet as Team USA took gold last night. There were a total of five UMD Bulldogs in the quest for the gold medal: Rooney and defenseman Sidney Morin for team USA, and forward Haley Irwin, defensemen Jocelyne Larocque and Brigette Lacquette were playing for Canada. Also, the U.S. team was coached by Duluth native Robb Stauber.

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HERE COMES DIGGINS!!! Chad Salmela does it again!!!


 
Above: Duluth’s Chad Salmela delivers another outstanding performance as an announcer at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Trailer for “Audiophilia,” a comedy shot in Duluth

Check out this trailer for a short comedy recently shot in Duluth by UMD grad Keegan Burckhard.

Superior Siren – “Lost”

The final track of the self-titled Superior Siren album released last month.

Production and Cinematography: Killy Kay
Model: Laura Sellner of Superior Siren

Video Archive: The Hart Foundation and Honky Tonk Man cut a special Duluth Valentine’s Day wrestling promo in 1988

Trade in your candy hearts for some “Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart and the Hart Foundation. The World Wrestling Federation was in Duluth 30 years ago today — Feb. 14, 1988 — for its fifth card at the Duluth Arena. (The WWF is now the WWE, and the Duluth Arena is now the DECC Arena. Times change.)

Tearin’ it up at Spirit Mountain

Riders: Eddie Fauth, Dylan Tillemans, Wyatt Hotchkin and Scooter Stanko.

Lake Superior Sea Smoke Ice Fishing

Video by Tim Mlodozyniec.

Video: Denfeld tops Cloquet in basketball with desperation heave

Denfeld junior Joe Cvancara hits a game-winning three pointer at the buzzer last night as the Hunters defeat the Cloquet Lumberjacks 71-68.

Some Historical Notes on the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge

This video is part of a DVD Kenneth Newhams of Duluth Shipping News produced in 2005 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Aerial Lift Bridge. It features archival video courtesy of Don Hermanson at Keweenaw Video Productions.

Gaelynn Lea & Alan Sparhawk – Live at Square Lake Festival 2017

Longing for hot summer-concert days? Well, PDD posted a Black-eyed Snakes concert video here from last summer … and it mysteriously disappeared from YouTube the next day. So here’s a replacement — Gaelynn Lea and Alan Sparhawk from the same concert, the Square Lake Film & Music Festival in Stillwater last August.