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Professional Sports Boycott or Strike?

  Back by popular demand - because our viewers demanded it - Professor Lanier Holt from The Ohio State University, formerly a reporter for the...

Youth Sports Make a Measured Comeback in Minnesota

Just like that, youth sports are making a tentative return in Minnesota, albeit with caution and new protocols to keep kids and coaches safe...

How much do you miss the sights, sounds and routine of...

The experiences of the past 100 days have made it easy for me, as a sports fan, to not care about any of the...

Finding Peace on the Water During COVID-19

  I’ve been canoeing since before I could walk. My parents – both avid outdoors enthusiasts – used to strap a playpen inside their canoe...

From a Fellow Reluctant Runner: Welcome to the Reluctant Running Club

Already, we've been stuck in home isolation much longer than anyone anticipated as March came to a close, and with shelter-in-place orders extended through...

Remember the Flying Dutchmen.

  'Are we really here?!'  That phrase sprang to mind when Dean Verdoes and his teammates stepped onto the floor of Williams Arena in March of...

Keeping the Social in Social Distancing with Disc Golf

When going to the movies, a sporting event or the zoo are crossed off your list of fun pastimes, what can you do during...

The Minnesota Reign of Lynx Player Seimone Augustus

Author’s note: At the beginning of each WNBA season, I like to remind and/or annoy some colleagues that we were fortunate to witness one...

An Abandoned Quarry Is Now An Ice Climber’s Dream

  Story published: February 2020 Quarry Park, an official city park in Duluth, Minn., was once the site of a blighted and abandoned rock quarry, known...

Will Duluth’s Spirit Mountain survive financial woes?

  Story published: January 2020 In a packed, tension-filled Duluth City Council chambers last December, a handful of city residents came up to the podium to...