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Brass for the brass

The Airlifter Brass Quintet of the United States Air Force Band will perform a free concert at

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7 p.m. Monday at Hangar 101 of the old Duluth Air Base, 4931 Airport Rd.

The band performs music ranging from military marches, jazz standards and original arrangements of patriotic favorites.

Lake Superior Squadron 101 of the Commemorative Air Force is inviting visitors to also check in on the restoration of the PBY-6A Catalina and other historic artifacts dating back to the Civil War.

It’s not Robocop,

but it’s a start

If you still haven’t seen the robots designed by groups of high school students to compete in a crazy contest, you have another chance on Saturday.

The Duluth East Daredevils will be the hosts as eight teams from the Upper Midwest compete in last year’s game, dubbed “Aerial Assist.” The free event begins at 9:15 a.m. at East High School with opening ceremonies and ends about 4 p.m. with an awards ceremony.

Chat us up,

we’re listening

Did you go somewhere interesting this summer?

Tell us about it.

The News Tribune is looking for community members to share their summer travel stories. If you’re interested, send 400 to 600 words on the place you visited this summer, to include all aspects of your trip (recommendations, restaurants, costs, etc.), right down to pictures and descriptions of your food, if you’re so inclined.

For more information, or to just shoot from the hip with it, email the News Tribune’s Features Editor Melinda Lavine at mlav

ine@duluthnews.com. Send in your contribution, a high-resolution photo, your name and contact information, with “My Summer Travels” in the subject line.

We welcome your submissions and suggestions. Drop us a line at news@duluthnews.com, twitter.com/ehplusdnt,

ehplus.areavoices.com, or mail items to Eh?, Duluth News Tribune newsroom, 424 W. First St., Duluth, MN 55802.

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