Who better to trust with designing your home than a family-run business? Cynthia and Michael Bradley started Floor to Ceiling Interior Design Showroom 32 years ago. Since then, their sons Sean and Patrick have entered the business and the Bradley family continues to work together.
Duluthians are drawn to the lake. We want to walk along it, stare at it, dip our toes in it. It’s no surprise, then, that we love Va Bene Caffe and its spectacular lake views. Va Bene’s guests can watch boats come into the harbor, walkers and runners on the Lakewalk below and sailboats as they float by on warm Wednesday nights.
Yarn Harbor has been a locally owned community staple for 15 years. In February, Yarn Harbor will move into a new, larger home in Lakeside so be sure to check it out! Until then, read all about this great business and its owner, Kathy Thomas, and stop by her Mount Royal location to see it for yourself.
Knitters and crocheters be warned: one look at Three Irish Girls Yarn and it’ll be hard to work with anything else. Kelly and Erin have been in business for over four years, bringing color and beauty to Duluth and Superior in the form of hand-dyed yarn.
When was the last time you spent a day in downtown Duluth?
For many of us, we need to have a specific reason to get motivated and travel down to Superior Street or Lake Ave. Why is that? Is it the fear of parking? Is it reoccurring nightmares involving the Last Place on Earth? Do you get squeamish thinking about the bus stop?
Whatever your excuse is, let me break down a couple of the most common mental barriers.
Duluth Loves Local will be partnering with local artists and local screen printing companies to bring you the best Duluth and Northland inspired shirts you’ve ever seen!
Whether or not you can feel it, summer is right around the corner, and the changing of the seasons means you need to start swapping out winter makeup for the summer essentials.
Duluth has a massive and eclectic local music scene, and also offers a great variety of live music venues and outdoor musical festivals. Duluth is home to many local mainstays that host live performances no matter the season, and in many cases feature new bands and shows each week.
We sure love to eat outdoors, especially during the summer and fall seasons in Duluth. When it’s warm out, everyone in Duluth loves taking in the picturesque surroundings and panoramic lake views.
Duluth’s landmark Aerial Lift Bridge can be seen on postcards and emblazoned on sweatshirts, business logos and city tourism. It is easily one of the city’s most recognizable places, connecting Duluth’s Canal Park at Lake Avenue to a seven-mile peninsula that locals have labeled Park Point (technically an island and officially, Minnesota Point).