HUNGRY FOR LIFE Armory Arts and Music Center
The Music Resource Centeris a state of the art facility where students in grades 6-12 can explore music through instruction and hands on experience in music performances, recordings and the music busi... Posted on 3/3/14 at 7:03 PM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Calling artists
The Duluth News Tribunes Art Gallery feature in the Scrapbook section is looking for your original art pieces to showcase.
All an artist needs do is send a photo of his or her artwork with a short de... Posted on 2/26/14 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Before the music died in 1959, it lived in Duluth
A copy of the poster for the Winter Dance Party concert that was held on Jan. 31, 1959, from an ad in the Duluth News Tribune at the time. (News Tribune file image)
Before it died, the music lived ... Posted on 1/31/14 at 9:04 AM
MUSIC MOVES We are... Music Therapists! (and we are VITAL!)
Another Social Media Advocacy Month is drawing to a close! This Music Therapist has been so busy she almost missed it, but I couldn't let the month end without sharing 2 things - FIRST, a fabulous gue... Posted on 1/30/14 at 5:33 PM
JIMMY JABBER Review: Everyone's in on the joke at Gaffigan show
Jim Gaffigan took a diverse crowd tonight and made it do the same thing: laugh.
The comedian performed to the approval of 1,991 spectators ranging from preteen to the most senior of citizen... Posted on 7/26/13 at 9:08 PM
Stephen Colbert is the only host in late night TV who plays a character. On “The Colbert Report,” he’s a self-absorbed, closed-minded caricature of a jingoistic talk show host, who is supposed to be anything but endearing.
“Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon emerges from the water of Lake Michigan as he takes part in the annual Polar Plunge in Chicago on Sunday. The benefit for Special Olympics also featured Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
For the second time this season, the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra came to the Duluth East High School Auditorium to present a “Discovery” concert. The first subject was fairy tales; this time the subject was the mystique of “Ludwig van Beethoven: Fate & Revolution.”
The last time the Band Perry played Duluth, back in 2011, they were playing second fiddle on the bill to Blake Shelton. Well, those days are over, boys and girls, because the siblings and their country band were back as headliners Saturday night at the DECC Arena and left no doubt that is exactly what they are for the foreseeable future.
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