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Category: Door County News

Door County news from the pages of the Peninsula Pulse and Door County Living, the peninsula’s trusted, local sources for information about Door County, Wisconsin.

  • Fine Line Designs Gallery, Dan Eggert, Door County, art, art gallery

    Door County’s Artistic Identity: The Galleries and Artists of the Peninsula

    Drive down any highway, street, or back road on the peninsula and you’re likely to notice an uncontested truth about Door County: galleries are everywhere. A quick phonebook count brings up 107 all together, though that number is probably low. Each day, it seems, a new gallery opens its doors, an existing one introduces a […]

  • An Unlikely Wine Country

    What is it about the imaginary line that circles the globe half way between the equator and the North Pole? All the way around the northern hemisphere, the line that demarcates the 45th parallel holds the viticulture secret to the growing, harvesting and crushing of grapes to make wine. From the Bordeaux fields of France […]

  • Expressions of Tradition

    March maple syrup, spring asparagus, vine-ripened summer tomatoes, sweet corn, fall squash…the farm markets of Door County are harvesting the bountiful crops for every season. There are dozens of “off the farm” and “on the farm” markets in Door County, and they offer both specialized crops and the entire gamut of vegetables and fruits. All […]

  • In Stride: A runner keeps pace with the peninsula’s terrain

    I consider myself a fortunate person to be able to witness the dawn of a new day on the peninsula from 75 feet above Eagle Bluff in almost total silence. While getting up at 5:30 in the morning to go for a run isn’t for everyone, the serenity infused by the view from Eagle Tower […]

  • Fresh Catch

    Those families with a long history of fishing are known well on the peninsula. Names like Teskie, Weborg, Hickey, Henriksen, Saunders, Johnson, and a number of others have kept the commercial fishing business alive through the many fickle seasons such a lifestyle brings. Door County commercial fisheries now ship whitefish and chubs to markets in […]

  • The Story of Barbara Larsen

    The third annual Celebrate the Legacy of Door County Women program honors local women from throughout Door County who have made a difference in the community through their outstanding involvement and service.  An art display in the Link Gallery features a beautiful showcase of photograph of each of the 22 honored women, taken by well-known […]

  • The Foresight of Dean and Bernice Shumway

    There is a haunting quality to Dean and Bernice Shumway’s Liberty Grove property. Situated on forty acres along Old Stage Road the Shumway homestead is home to more than fields, forest and wetlands. Legend had it that the storied StoneField Ghost frequents the property as well. The StoneField Ghost is all smiles these days because […]

  • Coalition Formed to Develop Door County Marketing Plan

    An independent group of Door County business owners has formed a coalition to develop a Door County Tourism Marketing Plan. “The Door County Peninsula Strategic Marketing Coalition has been formed to raise funds for the purpose of developing a Tourism Marketing Plan” said David Eliot of the Peninsula Pulse, who was elected chairperson at the […]

  • 2021 Door County Runs and Rides

    We’ve made your planning easy with this guide to getting active with 2021 Door County runs and rides to check out. If you want plan to take on many runs, consider signing up for the Run the Door race series. Door County has become a hotbed for silent sports competition and experiences. Whether you want […]