This week: Apps and Ales, gardening and car delights, and more

Monday, March 26
Thirsty Pagan hosts its second Appetizers and Ales event with featured beer to complement Wide World of Wings wings.

Thursday, March 29
Enjoy an evening of wine and music at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College’s Taste of the Vineyards. More Fun Than Bowling, put on by a UMD student run theater group, opens at the Teatro and runs through the weekend.

Friday, March 30
The Tisdales release their third album Supercaldera at R.T.’s. Today through Sunday, gearheads and car lovers can get their fill at Motorhead Madness at the DECC.

Saturday, March 31
Featuring 3 DJs from California, the California Love Tour hits Clyde Iron. Kickoff the gardening season at third annual Spring Fling at Peace United Church.

There’s plenty more events where those came from on the PDD Calendar.

10 Comments

Abigail Schoenecker

about 10 years ago

Also, going on now through October is the "Forests in Focus" photo contest. It's open to all ages with prizes and publicity.

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

Also just in, the Duluth Playhouse has announced its 2012-13 season:

Boeing Boeing - Sept. 20-30
Singin' in the Rain - Nov. 29 to Dec. 23
Almost Maine - Feb. 14 to 24
Godspell - April 18 to May 5
God of Carnage - June 6 to 16
Evita - July 18 to August 4

Herzog

about 10 years ago

Is that like the Blue Ridge Rangers, or the Lone Rangers? Must be a part of baby boomer's collective psyche. Maybe we could get the Blue RIdge Rangers to open, or just settle out for Leonard Cohen. Now that'd be a show I'd not miss.

adam

about 10 years ago

"Everclear, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Lit and Marcy Playground."

It's gonna be like Morgan Park setting up a hobo camp on Bayfront.

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

Not to disparage your financial status, Herzog, because I don't know what it is, but I'll tell you the last time Leonard Cohen played in Minnesota the tickets were $175 on the low end and $250 on the high end, so it might be a show you'd choose to miss. I know I chose to miss it.

emmadogs

about 10 years ago

Zinema's website lists "The Artist" opening this weekend!  This is the film that won Best Picture this year at the Academy Awards.

Herzog

about 10 years ago

Damn, that guy sold out. 
You guessed correctly Paul, my love knows boundaries. Okay, well, Mark Lanegan will do in a pinch, in fact, I prefer him over Cohen or Waits anyway.  And I'm not telling you guys where I'm going to go see his show in a month for fifteen bucks!  Probably won't even sell out, tickets wise. I think he'd come here with enough goading, though a visit could propel him back into his heroin use, so maybe not.

Herzog

about 10 years ago

I gotta work harder on becoming the next poet laureate, I can write poems about naughty deeds done dirt cheap at the Chelsea Hotel.

Money For Nothing music video

in.dog.neato

about 10 years ago

We're doing the Steve Martin thing in August. Cheap seats were 38 bucks ... or about what I used to pay to see a (big) show 20 years ago.

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