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This Week: trains, brains, automobiles and more

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Here’s a bit of what you’ll find on this week’s PDD Calendar:

On Monday, MnDOT is holding a public meeting on the Minnesota State Rail Plan. Get all the trains your brains can take.

Tuesday brings performances from the Brasil Guitar Duo, a little bit of magic at the West Duluth branch library, and the latest installment of Take it with You (which features the fresh-off-Prairie Home Companion Sarah Krueger, who also plays at the Red Herring, this week).

Charlie Parr’s a busy boy — in addition to appearing on the above Take it with You bill, he’s also doing this, this and this.

But perhaps the biggest event of the week is the revamped Christmas City of the North Parade, which will hit parts of Superior Street it hasn’t hit for the first time in over a decade. Add to this the Lake Superior Magazine 35th anniversary open house, the Northern Explorers gear swap and a long list of other events, and you’ve got plenty to tuck into.

This Week: Halloween, plays, gigs and more

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Here’s a bit of what you’ll find on this week’s PDD Calendar:

Halloween week is upon us, and there are lots of frights to be found. Both Glensheen and Fairlawn mansions are doing flashlight tours, the Buffalo House is in the home stretch of its Haunted Shack, Renegade is throwing a Halloween Dance Party, Bridgeman’s is having a kids’ costume party, the Duluth Heritage Center is putting on a Boo Bash, Evil Dead: The Musical is still in action, and the Haunted Ship is still haunted.

Non-spooktacular events include an in-studio PlayList taping, an Adam Sippola/Rachael Kilgour gig, Dirty Knobs’ Zeitgeist Experiments continue, Shakespeare’s Tempest is brewing, and Mark Mallman brings his brand of pop to Pizza Luce with Wolf Blood and The Social Disaster.

This week: soccer, brits, fireworks and sad songs

  

Here’s a sampling of what you have to look forward to this week on the PDD Calendar.

Sure, the World Cup is going on in Brazil, but it’s Sweden vs. U.S.A. right here in Duluth when a bunch of teenagers from our sister city, Växjö, Sweden, play soccer against some of our kids at Stebner Park today through Wednesday.

It’s the season for outdoor concerts. St. Anyway plays at Chester Bowl on Tuesday as part of the Chester Creek Concert series and Hairball plays Bayfront on Thursday.

You can celebrate the July 4th weekend with a British invasion by watching a special screening of the Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night at Zinema 2 on Friday and then see American English, a Beatles tribute band, at Big Top Chautauqua on Saturday.

Of course, there’s a big concert and fireworks down at Bayfront on Friday.

How do you deal with a break up? Well, if you’re Rachael Kilgour you sing sad songs and invite people to a concert at the Teatro Zuccone on Saturday.

So what are you doing this week? Can we tag along? Any upcoming events that you want to promote? Let us know.

This week: drag shows, brain damage, campfires and frickin’ lasers

  

Here’s a sampling of what you have to look forward to this week on the PDD Calendar.

I bet you’ve been hankering a good ol’ fashioned laser light show synched to classic rock in a planetarium with a fog machine thrown in, haven’t you? Well, you’re in luck! There’s a series of Classic Rock Laser Light Shows at the UMD Planetarium tonight, tomorrow, and Wednesday. Tonight kicks off with “Dark Side of the Moon.”

Charlie Parr appears at the Underground on Tuesday in a new series of music and conversation shows called “Song, Interrupted.” It’s like a concert with liner notes.

Pride Festival kicks off Thursday with the Mayor’s Reception at the Depot and runs through Sunday with music, a wedding tent, a parade, a 5K, a drag show, a boat cruise, a train ride, a worship service… and the pride goes on and on and on.

“Who Am I, Again?” is a one-man show about brain damage showing one night only at the Teatro Zuccone on Friday.

Break out the s’mores! Rachael Kilgour, Brothers Burn Mountain, Evergreen Grass Band and others gather around the campfire at Camp Miller for a fundraising concert on Saturday.

So what are you doing this week? Can we tag along? Any upcoming events that you want to promote? Let us know.

CJMM & Wing Young Huie

Kate and I spent the evening at Northland Country Club for the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial fundraising event.  

Rachael Kilgour – “In America”

Duluth’s Rachael Kilgour released a new three-song digital EP (Whistleblower’s Manifesto: Songs for a New Revolution) and music video last week — and also was profiled in City Pages.

The video was produced by Trent Waterman and Adeline Wright.

Duluth Album Releases in 2013

Breanne Marie
Six Strings of Peace & Sanity

(Jan. 1)
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Eric Swanson at Sacred Heart Studios

Duck Duck Punch
Human Chemistry

Truth No. (Jan. 15)

Dave Mehling
Broke Heart Songs (EP)

(Jan. 19)
Produced by Dave Mehling and Michael Morris; recorded at the Barn in Northfield

Duluth Gig Posters

This little collection has over 500 images, but is really just getting started. You can help add to the collection by sending jpegs to paul @ perfectduluthday.com or just uploading them to the comments. Click on any of the thumbnails to see the full image and begin a slideshow.

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This week: iron sculpting, divine sex and hair cuts

  

Here’s a sampling of what you have to look forward to this week on the PDD Calendar.

Where can you learn about making beer, flat track roller derby, and Norse deities getting busy with it? Nerd Nite, of course, all on Tuesday night at the Teatro Zuccone.

Make clever puns about “irony” at the Duluth Art Institute‘s Iron Casting Seminar starting on Wednesday.

See the premier of The Cabin, a new play written by local playwright Caity Shea Violette, at the Play Ground running Thursday, Friday, and Saturday this week and next.

Storyteller Kevin Kling is coming to Duluth this week and you can see him Friday night at the Marshall Performing Arts Center with Simone Perrin and you can see him Thursday night reading his book, Big Little Brother, with illustrator Chris Monroe at Glensheen Mansion.

Rachael Kilgour sings songs. Adeline Wright cuts hair. And now the celebrated couple team up on stage to sing songs and cut hair! Will the zany fun never end? We hope not! See them this Saturday at the Teatro Zuccone.

So what are you doing this week? Can we tag along? Any upcoming events that you want to promote? Let us know!`

Homegrown Rawk and/or Roll:
Sparhawk’s Mix

It’s available now on Bandcamp, and you can name your price.

Rachael Kilgour – “Will You Marry Me?”

Video by Trent Waterman for the North Shore Sessions.

Hope CD Available At Super One Grocery Stores and Duluth Grill

The Hope CD, a fund-raising album, is available at Super One Grocery Stores in Duluth, Superior, Two Harbors and Cloquet at the service counters, and also at Duluth Grill.

The singers/musicians on the album are James Moors, Andy Elwell, Sara Thomsen, Kim Storm, Rachael Kilgour, Jane Aas, Bill and Kate Isles, Josh Revak, and Peter Provost.

The beautiful photos throughout the CD case are donated by Dennis O’Hara. All proceeds benefit Circle of Hope for breast cancer treatment bills for patients of any gender or age in northern Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Loaves & Fishes and Jefferson Street Neighbors Block Party!

Loaves & Fishes and Jefferson Street neighbors are throwing a block party and you’re invited!

Sunday, Aug. 14 · 4 to 7 p.m.
1700 block of Jefferson Street (in Duluth)

4th of July Rally for Marriage Equality

Join hundreds of marriage equality supporters at Leif Erikson Park Monday, July 4, from 1-3 p.m. The event is organized by Duluth United for All Families and kicks off a 17-month campaign to defeat the amendment banning recognition of marriage for LGBT couples in Minnesota. A walk along the Lakewalk to Bayfront Park begins at 3 p.m. The event will be held rain or shine; all are welcome!

Another Side of Duluth Does Dylan

The third Duluth Does Dylan album will be released on Friday, May 27. The release party is at Rex Bar.

All profit from Friday’s door at the Rex will be donated to the Norshor Theatre renovation, and CD profits will go to the Bob Dylan Way Cultural Pathway effort. Show tickets are available at the Electric Fetus and the Fitger’s Beer Store — $8 in advance, $10 at the door.