Duluth leftovers


For anyone following Duluth's peaks and slumps,

 and all-around Duluth motivator Scott Starfire is helping out with yet another great new Minnesota blog, MNStories, which features a short documentary on Duluth artist Chris Monroe, whose Violet Days appears in the print edition of the Star Tribune every Friday. 




Violet Days video




Duluth links


Perfect Day Duluth





Duluth Rock&roll Links at Complicatedfun.com/Duluth

Amy Abts 

Amy Abts blog

Amazing Grace Bakery

Ask Anna weekly column in Transistor Mag

Brian Barber blog

Battle of the Jug Bands

Black Eyed Snakes

Bone Appetit

Haley Bonar

Boy Girl Boy Girl



Barrett Chase blog

Chuck's Blogumentary (honorary Duluthian)

Cloud Cult

Downtown dining in Duluth

Duluth Area Green Party

Duluth Does Dylan CD

Duluth History by Sheldon Aubut

DuluthHomegrown.com new music web site

Duluth News Tribune Entertainment

Duluth weather forecast from the National Weather Service

Electric Fetus Duluth

Eyes and Hands Festival July 8 and 9 2005l


Fitger's Brewhouse


Free Range Film Festival

Geek Prom (remembrance of Geek Prom 2003)






Great Lakes and Seaway Shipping



Homegrown Music Festival (highlights from Homegrown 2003)

If Thousands

Jesus-Crispie blog

The Keep Aways

KUMD 103.3 FM






Mark Lindquist weekly column in Transistor Mag

Mark Lindquist column archive site

The Little Black Books

Log Jam Festival June 24-26 2005


Paul Lundgren weekly column in Transistor Mag


New Scenic Cafe


Ol Yeller (honorary Duluthians)




Charlie Parr



Pepper-Land photography and art





Perfect Sound old blog

Perfect Sound Radio and blog


The Ripsaw old stuff here

The Ripsaw even older stuff here

Sacred Heart Music Center

Shaky Ray Records

Slim Goodbuzz bar review blog

Sara Softich

Spinout Records

Sustainable North Shore

Trampled By Turtles

Trampled By Turtles blog

Transistor Mag Weekly Entertainment Calendar

Twin Ports MAC


Uncle Louis' Cafe (not to be confused with Louis')

A View From the Lake blog

Violet Days weekly cartoon in Transistor Mag



Whoppin Unlimited links








Pizza Luce



are also celebrating the continuing publication of its own Transistor newspaper, which carries Violet Days in print (and did so briefly online). Featuring the columnists and cartoonists that. Six issues, first out end of August, stepping back up to monthly by Spring of 2006. Brad Nelson says.

"We're able to write all the content now,"

A lot of the people that.

Hoping the next issue will be online.



Volunteer-driven right now.

Any extra money we get we're paying off.

Black newspaper. Monthly tabloid.

Last two issues.

May/June's Homegrown issue.

July/August issue. in newsprint

Four-page xerox thing calendar columns. 11 by 17 folded over, 8 1/2 by 11. Columns. Web site is just the calendar.

Print edition of Transistor.

Starfire bailed.

Bands didn't get paid this time, 50 bucks last time, Starfire still lost money every year, the one way to break even was to cut band pay.

One individual got bands stirred up about it. He's a boyfriend to Anna. Jonathan Livingston, frontman of fair-weather friend.

He has bad blood for Tim and I.

brother Matt Livingston, a good friend of Brad's, in Redemption Gospel Choir.

Some people write for both.

Pizza Luce is the.

The Transistor was started in the Ripsaw office on Ripsaw computers.

Mark still writes for both.

Paul Lundgren

Barrett Chase

Chris's cartoon

Slim Goodbuzz is being published in the Transistor

Anna Owens former sales manager at Ripsaw.

Retains columns (Mark Lindquist's "Basement Gloss," Eco Dude, a new sex column), first issue political graphic design.

Davis Solomon's son


New sex column

Eco Dude


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