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This Week: the Edmund Fitzgerald at 40, Veterans Day, Orson Welles and more

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

Tuesday is the 40th anniversary of the loss of the Edmund Fitzgerald and there are several events to mark the occasion, a painter is remembered through a show of his work, the DSSO begins their Chamber Music Series, the last Union soldier to die (Albert Woolson, a Duluthian) is remembered, the crazy goofs in Putnam County are putting on their Spelling Bee and it’s time to Give to the Max.

Comedian Justin Caesar returns to Duluth to do some stand-up and show some films, Sage Francis lands at the Red Herring, the Social Disaster releases its first album with a Rex blowout, the latest contender for “best worst movie” opens at the Zinema, godlike genius Orson Welles is celebrated, skateboard decks are sold to raise money for skateboard parks and Gramma’s Boyfriend is in town.

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brian

about 4 years ago

Chester Bowl's annual Skis, Suds and Slices" silent auction is tonight. Discounted advance tickets are available on the Chester Bowl website until about mid day, at the door price is $40. Lots of food, drink and auction items.

http://www.chesterbowl.org/2015-silent-auction/

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