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New Fund aids Search for MMIW

Information about MMIW Rewarded  A New fund aims to aid in the Search for Missing Murdered Relatives launched as a collaboration between Community Organizations Mending the Sacred Hoop and Native Lives Matter alongside Duluth City Officials. Spurred by the still unsolved case of Sheila St Claire, local groups are binding together to reward information hoping to solve these cases. WDIO   As part of our Ongoing efforts to support the families and our relatives, Heart Berry is donating ALL PROFITS Saturday January 29 to this information reward fund.  If you would like to donate directly Mending the Sacred Hoop email and for more information email or or   All Profits made at Heart Berry this Saturday -January 29 will...

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Duluth News Tribune Gift Guide

The 2020 Duluth News Tribune Lifestyle Gift Guide features Heart Berry! This year's gift guide brings together local artisans and this year has featured Heart Berry's Great Water Hoodie!  We love this hoodie and no matter how many times we threaten to retire it we always bring the Lake Superior image back by popular demand.    

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Public art and why our stories matter for Everyone

Today in the city of Duluth, rang in by Mayor Emily Larson, the Imagine Duluth team revealed three new innovative public art projects.  The utility cabinets in Canal Park, the area's tourist district are now covered in art from House of Howes artist Sarah Agaton Howes, Adam Swanson, and Angel Sarkela-Saur.   On the corner of Canal Park Drive and Lake Drive is Howes' piece described as "this piece reflects our story of how we rebuilt our life on the gift of a turtle's back.  How would we operate differently if we knew we lived upon a living gift?  This great water with the incredible ability to give life also has the great capacity to sweep it all away.  Our role...

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