This year’s “Beastie Bash,” held at Black Bear Casino Resort’s Otter Creek Event Center, was one of the most successful of all time. The event netted some $14,000 for the Friends of Animals Shelter in Cloquet and attracted some 238 attendees.RELATED CONTENT
Johnson and Hessen came across a photo of their third grade class — from nearly 90 years ago — and are having some trouble identifying some of their classmates. They’ve written some names in, but need some help filling in the rest.RELATED CONTENT
Nine ships passed through the canal in the Parade of Sail, the opening of the four-day Tall Ships Duluth, to the delight of thousands on the pier and on the shore of Lake Superior.RELATED CONTENT
This weekend, as they’ve done the last weekend in July for the past 10 years, Annie Dugan and her husband, Janaki Fisher-Merritt, will invite 500 of their closest friends to their home in Wrenshall. They’ll squeeze into a barn on their property and watch a couple dozen movies, snacking on Cajun popcorn and delicacies from the Rambler food truck.RELATED CONTENT
The 13th annual Beer Collector Trade Show takes over the Northeastern Saloon & Hotel in Cloquet from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today, with setup beginning at 8 a.m. Admission is free.
The concert, titled "Music from Home," will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Historic Scott House in Carlton.RELATED CONTENT
Monday was the perfect day for a little wiffleball ... with 140 people.RELATED CONTENT
Northland residents contributed almost 130,000 pounds of food during the 21st annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, the United Way of Greater Duluth tells us.
The Twin Ports Motorcycle Expo and Bike Show is 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 18 at Black Bear Casino Resort.
The cleverly and aptly titled “Jokes, Pokes and Chokes” comedy, tattoo and wrestling convention comes together in a three-way dance of hilarity, pain and mayhem today and Sunday at Black Bear Casino Resort in Carlton.RELATED CONTENT
Steve Wesely has volunteered his services for the monthly antique appraisals at the Moose Lake Depot & Fires of 1918 Museum for about 16 years.RELATED CONTENT