By Tyler Peters-Bury It’s a nice feeling having a project finally see fulfillment. After a long semester of planning and organizing, we are finally getting out into the community and starting to make a difference. The last few weeks have been a huge benchmark in the life of Lincoln Park Youth Voice. Since last Monday,
By Sam Gazzola Our journalism class has set out to give the youth of Lincoln Park an outlet to share their stories. On March 21, 2016, our class met at the Lincoln Park Boys and Girls Club to put that plan into action. We hosted a photography workshop for the kids, mainly third- through fifth-graders.
There are two very different community events going on tomorrow evening, but they both have the community’s health in mind. Stop by one on your way to the other if you can! The first: Fair Food Access and Insure Duluth are partnering up to have an open house for local residents who need a little
It’s looking increasingly like a trail over here on W. Superior Street–the asphalt for the multi-use Cross City Trail is going down today! Fans of heavy machinery (that is, preschoolers of the neighborhood), take note.