Taste of Greece Puts the ‘Opa’ in Minnesota

Marshall High School turned into Little Greece for the 27th Annual Festival.

DULUTH, Minn.- On Saturday the Greek culture showed off their customs and delicious food at Marshall School. According to organizers this year brought a record number of attendees to enjoy traditional Greek Gyros and Loukoumades, dances, and above all, hospitality. “They can just expect a really welcoming environment, great food, great pastries, lot of entertainment,” said George Patronas, co-chair for…

Opa! Prepare For the Taste of Greece

During the Taste of Greece foodies have options with 1,000 pounds of gyro meat, 600 pounds of kabobs and 300 pounds of lamb.

DULUTH, Minn. – Opa!! Everyone is invited to experience the flavors of Greek culture at the 26th Annual Taste of Greece in Duluth. It happens on both Saturday and Sunday at Marshall School. Organizers were getting ready to welcome the more than 3,000 people who usually show up every year. It’s one of the few places in the Northland where…

“Antigone” Performed by UMD Theatre Department

"Antigone" is the Second Oldest Play on Record, Presented by the UMD Department of Theatre

DULUTH, Minn. – Happening now through October 7, you have the chance to see the second oldest play on record presented by the University of Minnesota Duluth Department of Theatre. “Antigone” is one of the most enduring ancient tragedies presenting universal questions of power and civic duty through a modern translation. The play depicts current political conflicts in our world…