Anyone visiting Duluth since 2012 may have noticed some gradual changes. A series of neighborhood revitalization plans, combined with a nature-loving mayor and increased interest in real estate investment, is beginning to change the look and feel of this historic city.  Read More
Liberal arts students are known for their critical thinking skills and cultural awareness. However, few of them have any exposure to business, even though many have entrepreneurial aspirations. Read More
For the fourth year in a row, Outside magazine held a contest to determine the best town in America. Read More

When Duluth mayor Don Ness rode a fat-tire Surly bike to his office in mid-May as part of Bike to Work Day, one wouldn't necessarily think economic development. Cycling, however, plays a key role in his vision for the city. "Duluth is as good as I've seen it in my lifetime," Ness says. Read More