Minneapolis leaks a secret

The Alpha Centauri from Minneapolis is coming to Beaner’s on March 27 to release the long awaited second album. It’s going to be awesome. Some of you may have seen TAC at the Norshore and Luce a few years back. Check out the link to the lead singer’s otherworldly studio in Minneapolis that includes an extraordinary list of artists that he’s produced.


Glory Shine Janitorial Cleaning Company Van Hits Street Sweeper

There was no debris resulting from the accident.

What’s up at the Red Lion?

zeitgeist489357The Zinema will open in June, according to this Business North article.

“An Exceptionally Funny Show” – DNT


Just a reminder that there are only two weekends left to catch this outstanding comedy by Pulitzer Prize-winner David Lindsay-Abaire.

Thurs-Sat, Feb 19-28th, all shows at 8pm
Tickets $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors.

Visit www.renegadecomedytheatre.com for more info or call 218-336-1414 for tickets.

BOLD-choice Theatre

Tonight is the Public Premiere of BOLD(Battling Obstacles Living with Disabilities)-choice Theatre’s Production of ROMEO AND JULIET’S TRAGIC COMEDY. It is at the Fregeau Auditorium at Marshall School, 7:30pm. Please come and celebrate the arts and diversity in our community!

White Man’s World DVD Release Party

wmw-poster-mesquite1Feb. 19
Red Star Lounge

DVDs available for $20 (also get your copy of God Rocked & Newton’s Disease!)

Care package for Laurie Viets

Laurie Viets, native Superiorite and former DJ/Director for KUMD’s RPM show is confined to her hospital bed in Chicago for quite awhile. I’d like to organize a care package from the Northland for Laurie. She is pretty well stocked on magazines and books right now. I’m thinking crosswords, sodukus, hand held Yahtzee, those fun books with the invisible yellow magic markers, whatever.  Music is fun, anything to brighten her room, stuff for Canyon (baby name). Even just mail is entertaining!  Anything to break up the monotony would be appreciated.

If any of you have suggestions please let me know here or at, (igmossberger at hotmail dot com). I can setup a time and place for a drop-off. Laurie, if there’s anything you’d like, don’t be shy please let us know. God Bless.

Duluthians, how are you liking the fancy DTV so far?

WDIO dropped its analog signal and went fully digital last night. Folks with digital televisions (or with converter boxes) have to rescan channels in order for WDIO to come in. The station will not be at full power until Feb. 20. In the meantime, don’t break your rabbit ears.

From My Big Box of Photos | 2004

Green Man 2004

The 2004 Green Man was probably my favorite year. Sure the first one had it’s torrential rains and gale force winds and the last one had record breaking temps and gale force winds but 2004 was great.

Show At Harbor City International Theatre Tommrow Night!


Friday at Beaner’s


Hey, third time’s a charm, right?

Homegrown Rawk and/or Roll: Lindquist’s Mix

Video by Mike Scholtz.

Duluth Space Jam

Friday, March 27
Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium
University of Minnesota Duluth
7 p.m. AA
$5 suggested donation

Thunderbolt Pagoda
Brothers Band (Duluth’s own (think: Sleep/Sabbath))
A possible second day (i.e. March 28) is in the works.

Moon for the Misbegotten

Revival performances of last years critically aclaimed “A Moon For The Misbegotten” by Eugene O’Neill to benefit The Duluth Bethel Port Rehabilitation Center for Men.
Starring Jim Neumann, Carolyn LePine, Zachary Stofer, Nathan St. Germain and Cody Ryder
Directed by Molly O’Neill
Six performances March 12-14 March 19-21 7:30 pm

Alan Zeppa and the Zeppa Foundation donated Teatro Zuccone for this event.

Ever wonder about the street preachers in Duluth?

I stumbled upon this a while ago.   I don’t want to start a flame war so am disabling comments (don’t want this to turn into DCB), just posting for those who are/were curious.




Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!