Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Lost Duluth documentary airs March 8.....

Be sure to tune in to Duluth's WDSE-TV this Thursday (March 8) at 8:30 p.m to learn about a part of Duluth's history–now vanished–in what promises to be a most interesting documentary. 

Local author/publisher, Tony Dierckins, and local historian, Mary Ann Norton, have collaborated on Lost Duluth, the book upon which this documentary is based. Lost Duluth (the book) will be launched and available for sale on May 1. Over 400 pictures and sketches of buildings, homes and landmarks noted in Duluth's history and now vanished will be unearthed in the pages of the book. 

The book comes out in May, at the same time Dierckins' local publishing house, X-Communication, unveils a major transformation when X-Comm becomes Zenith City and Zenith City Online is launched. More about this exciting new venture will be announced soon. 

To learn more about Lost Duluth, check out this web site: http://www.x-communication.org/xcomm/books/lostduluth.html

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