Keep on festing on

Related contentNow we get to the meat of it, literally. Homegrown Music Festival increases, exponentially, in intensity as the weekend nears. A bunch of bands, buncha people, weirdo only-in-Duluth moments. Maybe some sort of food truck fare eaten on a curb at 1 a.m. You do you.

Much of the action shifts to Superior Thursday night, where there is a shuttle to whisk you from Point A to Point C, before settling heavily in mostly downtown Duluth for Friday and Saturday. Then it all just sort of lands calmly, cooly with a few final acts at Canal Park Brewing on Sunday afternoon. Then, rest.

Homegrown Music Festival continues through Sunday afternoon at venues in Duluth and Superior. Details:

DSSO ends season with Spanish influences

Related contentThe Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra closes its season with "Along the Mediterranean" - a concert with Spanish influences.

The Masterworks program includes Emmanuel Chabrier, Camille Saint-Saens, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, Manuel de Falla, Maurice Ravel. The soloist is classical pianist Orion Weiss, and the Washington Post cutely said of him "When you're named after one of the biggest constellations in the night sky, the pressure is on to display a little star power - and the young pianist Orion Weiss did exactly that."

Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra's "Along the Mediterranean" concert is at 7 p.m. May 4 at Symphony Hall. Tickets start at $10, available at 218-623-3776 and Ticketmaster outlets including and the DECC box office

Did you get the memo? 'Office Space' at Zinema 2

Related contentZinema 2 is going to need those TPS reports ...

The theater is screening "Office Space" as part of its Month of Comedies. For those who have never seen the atrocities committed against a fax machine featured in the Mike Judge flick, here's the gist: A computer program and his friends are just zapped by cubicle work life and IKEA furniture home life. A funny thing happens when Peter, the ringleader, undergoes hypnosis.

"Office Space" plays at 7 p.m. May 6 at Zinema 2, 222 E. Superior St.

Not so junky junk

Related contentDuluth Junk Hunt is a two-day op to dig through used goods, with an eye toward repurposing. The more than 100 vendors are hand-picked for the twice-yearly event held, this season, at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. Among the picks: Two Loons Gallery and Boutique, a locally-based shop, Couch Skinner, which turns leather couches into bags, Lester River Trading Co., which specializes in home decor, and the clean designs of Schaefer Design Co.

Duluth Junk Hunt is at 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 3 and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. May 4 at the DECC. Tickets: $5 good for both days.

Fashion fresh from NY comes to Depot

Related contentClothing designed by Amber Buckanaga and the Buckanaga Social Club will be shown off during an event at the Depot.

"Mastering One's Self" is a collection "inspired by the Anishinaabe ideal of freedom that Buckanaga says tells her journey," according to a news release from the Duluth Art Institute. "Mastering One's Self" is at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the Depot, 502 W. Michigan St. It's free and open to the public.