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Duluth Superior Pride Fest Among Biggest Weekends of Year for Main Club

The Main Club is normally staffed with five bartenders year-round. But Pride, the busiest weekend of the year, requires more.

SUPERIOR, Wis.-  Duluth Superior Pride Fest weekend isn’t just uplifting for the community, it’s also great for local businesses, like the Main Club. The nightclub in Superior dedicated to the LGBTQ+ community is normally staffed with five bartenders year-round. But Pride, the busiest weekend of the year, requires more — even some from out of town. “For a lot of,…

Duluth Superior Pride Fest Parades Down Tower Avenue Again

Different businesses and organizations throughout the community threw on their best colors to celebrate. 

SUPERIOR Wis.- The Duluth Superior Pride Festival brought the party back to the Twin Ports this weekend, painting Tower Avenue the colors of the rainbow again after a pandemic pause last year. “Whether you’re in or out of the closet, Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Transgender or anything else, it’s nice to, just know people are out here supporting you, supporting us,”…

Zenith City Horror, Main Club in Superior Support Black Lives Matter with Twin Cities Supply Drive

Production company collected 4 carloads of items to send to communities in need.

SUPERIOR, Wis.- To celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, Zenith City Horror Production Company and the Main Club on Tower Avenue teamed up to send supplies to communities in the Twin Cities, and show support for the Black Lives Matter Movement. “Just like the Black Panthers did with the Queer community in ’69 at Stonewall, we think it’s important to stand together…

Superior Council Unanimously Passes Ban on Conversion Therapy in City

Over 20 members of the community spoke in support of the ban, while Councilor shares emotional personal story.

SUPERIOR, Wis.- The Superior City Council has voted unanimously to enact a city-wide ban on Conversion Therapy for anyone under 18. “I want people of all genders and sexualities to believe that they have a place in Superior.” These proclamations echoed throughout the packed city council meeting Tuesday as dozens of members of the community came to speak, seemingly all…