Bigger cities across the globe, from London to Minneapolis, have had prides for decades. The gay pride in Pine City began when it was just one of two rural prides in the nation to be held. The need has been evident in the event's growth, from record attendance numbers to a record number of vendors, sponsors and supporters. Several regional businesses sponsor the event as well. There are several ways in which East Central Minnesota Pride has improved the quality of life in this part of the State.
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Herb Bergson left office four and a half years ago and the portrait has only been hung now because Bergson refused to have any public money spent on it. Instead of hiring a painter, which would have cost more money, Bergson had a photograph taken of him and then digitally altered to look like a painting. Bergson had stipulated to the City of Duluth that he be allowed to wear the pink triangle in his portrait to show his support for LGBT Minnesotans. Bergson, a former police officer, was the first mayor of Duluth to proclaim a Gay Pride Week and is the only mayor of Duluth to serve two terms. The portrait will be unveiled at Duluth City Hall on Thursday at 4pm in its first floor gallery. Minnesota is a state which has traditionally been slow to embrace LGBT rights and the state is currently considering a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
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