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A weeklong celebration of Duluth-born and Hibbing-raised musician Bob Dylan begins tonight with a fundraising concert to benefit the Duluth Armory Arts & Music Center.
Phil Fitzpatrick of Duluth won first prize during the annual B.J. Rolfson Writing Contest in the Open Poetry Division.
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Attention, Duluthies: There is A&E west of the Duluth Grill.
Those who have seen Stanley Kubrick’s take on Stephen King’s novel, “The Shining,” have seen a scary tale of a man gone mad while working as a caretaker through the long winter at the Overlook Hotel.
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The fifth annual Three Bridges International Chamber Music Festival returns in June and has workshops available for local musicians.
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Scarlet Rivera, a violin player who was part of Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue, returns during Dylan Fest to play a benefit concert for the Armory Arts & Music Center.RELATED CONTENT
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