2001 was a heady time for Duluth's underground music and arts scene. Low's new record was indie-huge, the NorShor Theater and other venues hosted frequent shows by solid local acts, and an alternative weekly,
Ripsaw News, was asserting its voice and documenting the scene. Duluth's creative class was getting a lot of attention, and the city seemed primed to become a smaller version of Omaha,... More >>>
By Tim O'Toole
Theater of pain: Can the NorShor thrive after yet another managerial change?