Resurgent Duluth features on national TV with CBS Sunday Morning segment

The Northland city is on the rise.
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Duluth's recent renaissance as a thriving tourist destination and prosperous community has gained the city some national attention Sunday.

The Northland city featured in CBS Sunday Morning's "Taking Flight" segment, with correspondent Lee Cowan heading to Minnesota to check out the city's resurgence.

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Among those featured are the owners of the successful craft beermakers, Bent Paddle Brewing, and eco-friendly, outdoor furniture makers Loll Designs.

Cowan also speaks with travel writing couple James and Deborah Fallows. 

James is a writer for The Atlantic, and together they've been flying around the U.S. to visit America's overlooked cities, for their travel book "Our Towns," which features Duluth.

Check out the segment.

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