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Pyramid Blog Beer

The Egyptian Pyramids Might Not Have Been Built Without Beer

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event April 6, 2016

The history of beer goes back a long ways. We’re talking dawn-of-civilization “long ways”. Consider the fact that ancient versions of today’s most popular libation could have fueled the construction

Craft Beer Duluth Beer City History
Maurices Duluth History Blog

The History and Future of Maurices in Duluth

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event March 28, 2016

If you’ve visited Downtown Duluth recently you’ve seen it… large steel beams & radiant blue glass rising up from the western edge of Duluth’s cityscape – a new building taking

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Duluthians Shoveling

A Historic Look at Duluth Winter Weather

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event March 1, 2016

We love Duluth History and we love Duluth winters. It seems like you never really know what winter will bring these days. In the past couple of years we’ve seen

Duluth History Winter Safety
Leif Erikson

The Origin of Duluth’s Leif Erikson Park

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event November 15, 2015

By Kyle Chisholm By Kyle Chisholm – City Tour Program Coordinator The origin of Duluth’s Leif Erikson Park goes back a ways… a long ways. Perched on the North Shore

Duluth History
Growler

What is a Growler?

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event November 9, 2015

Fresh Local Beer… Straight from the Tap! History of the Growler As the story goes, there was a day when thirsty patrons transported fresh beer home from the pub in

Brewery Tour Craft Beer Duluth Beer City History
Dark History Cemetery Visit

Dark History Tour Recap

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event November 1, 2015

Great Storytelling and Spine-Tingling Tales By Dave Grandmaison Duluth is a proud city with an amazingly rich history. Tales of hard-working Duluthians overcoming the hardships of the Northwoods and laboring

Dark History History
Ghost Fleet Image

Ghost Fleet of Lake Superior

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event October 17, 2015

Tragedy & History on Lake Superior By Dave Grandmaison Strange disappearances, slime-covered ships, ghostly apparitions… Legends tell of a ghost fleet doomed to navigate the cold waters of Lake Superior

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Dark History Blog Panel

Duluth’s Dark History Tour

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event October 1, 2015

True Stories, Tragedies, and Legends By Dave Grandmaison It’s finally October, and while the days grow shorter the excitement for our favorite holiday builds. Halloween is a time of fun

Duluth History
Tischer Creek Blog Tile

Exploring Duluth’s History: Tischer Creek

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event September 1, 2015

Hidden Gem in Glensheen’s Backyard By Kyle Chisholm History Tour Program Coordinator My latest adventure into Duluth’s history took me on a fantastic excursion to Glensheen’s Western Trail System. It

Duluth History North Shore

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