by Duluth News Tribune
September 26, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
People looking for tangible signs of reconstruction of the NorShor Theater in downtown Duluth will have to wait a while longer.
Tags: Arts and Entertainment, Business, Duluth, Entertainment, money 5 Comments »
Mark McShane has a penchant for getting the City involved in losing propositions…NorShore Theater, parking ramps, etc. A good subject for an objective investigative reporter?
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720. Rare that any production would need that many. With all the other venues in town , not needed. Going to look pretty empty.
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—- City Spends $8 Million on Theater — Sells It Eight Years Later for $135,000 —-
Is it possible for Duluth’s rulers to learn from the mistakes of others?
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Is anyone really shocked by this news?
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Persuing the tax credits takes time. Mr. Sherman is a first class-world class developer and it is cerainly worth waiting for him to complete his work. The renovated theater could well be a key element in the further development of this area of town. What we likely don’t need is the Armory being thrown into the venue mix.
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