Christa Lawler

Christa Lawler is a former reporter for the Duluth News Tribune.

Outdoor venue near Bayfield has announced two shows for this summer.
Gaelynn Lea will create the music for a revival of "Macbeth" directed by Sam Gold.
Here are six great ways to immerse yourself in Duluth's local music scene, whether it's the haunting sounds of fiddle on a big lake or a Grammy Award winner headlining a fundraiser-awareness event.
Early August, 1921: The News Tribune reported that young people were having unsanctioned parties at schools in Lake Nebagamon and Lake Amnicon.
The Grammy Award-winning musician will be joined by a mix of local and regional artists.
The 11th annual festival also features works with local ties, including films by Matthew Koshmrl and Moira Villiard.
The KBJR and CBS3 vice president and general manager started as a reporter in 1978.
Anthony Bukoski taps into his hometown for a series of 16 connected stories in new collection “The Blondes of Wisconsin.”
The long-time blues rockers played the finale at Thursday night's "Starfire Unofficial Birthday Bash," a Homegrown Music Festival-adjacent event.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has removed attendance guidelines for outdoor events. Hairball, Fourth Fest and For King & Country concerts will go on.