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Crew member whose family fled war: "Mariupol is all broken.”
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In the fifth and final installment of our "Liquid Gold" series, we explore how a friendship between the two became the blueprint for changing the world through food.
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No counting carbs, no obsessing over weight: Some American tourists see that eating like the Greeks is not only more fun, but possibly better for your health, in the fourth installment of our "Liquid Gold" series.
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Eugene Ladopoulos is a former economic advisor who traded in his business suit for a quieter life as an olive farmer. But his passion project is now touching countless lives in the American Midwest.

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While Thomas Jefferson's mission to bring "liquid gold" to colonial America failed, 250 years later, American foodies are following his lead.
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In Forum Communications' special report "Liquid Gold," we travel overseas with a group of Midwesterners as they go back to the cradle of Western civilization to learn life-changing lessons about slowing down, eating for pleasure and connecting with others to make the world a better place. And it all started with a simple bottle of olive oil.
Zigman and Anna Zimmerman came to Duluth from what is today's Ukraine. Their grandson would change the world.
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Fifteen-year-old Daria Devko, of Kyiv, said she believes that knowledge is power, and she hopes to educate other Duluthians about the war in Ukraine. She performs an original speech about why the war is relevant in the United States, and also helps teach refugees English in her spare time.
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From the Great Lakes to great rivers, the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic Ocean and Canadian canals, the 6,000-mile trip is one for the ages.
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A Gilbert man now has half-dozen convictions for natural resource crimes.

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Duluth Transit Authority will introduce a new busing network with fewer routes and faster times in June.
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Most of the state's 23,000 miles of trail are maintained by local club members.
Nearly 50 years after her sexual assault, a Duluth native confronts the past and wonders if she'll ever learn the truth.

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