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Scenester update: Game leader closing in on a blackout

front runner Early signs indicate that Devin McKinnon, a bartender at Carmody Irish Pub who also works at Electric Fetus, is the current frontrunner. McKinnon is eight scenesters shy of a blackout board, and has begun including hand-drawn photos ...

front runner

Early signs indicate that Devin McKinnon, a bartender at Carmody Irish Pub who also works at Electric Fetus, is the current frontrunner. McKinnon is eight scenesters shy of a blackout board, and has begun including hand-drawn photos of scenesters he thinks should be on the card.

Finding them is easy, McKinnon said. "They're all over the place. So am I."

McKinnon said that he probably could find them all in one day -- but he would need a car.

McKinnon may have competition. Eric "Heiko" Edwardson said he has signed about two dozen cards in less than a week.

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if i were playing ...

I've seen three, without setting foot in a bar: One standing outside of my car on W. Superior St. on Thursday night, one at Friday's Cloud Cult show at St. Scholastica, and one at Whole Foods Co-op on Tuesday during lunch.

need a hint?

A scenester informant told us where to find Marc Gartman, who is just right of the free space. Gartman performs on Monday nights at Carmody Irish Pub. Meanwhile, Pizza Luce has a Halloween night reprise planned for 10 p.m. Saturday: Cars & Trucks, Crew Jones, The Keep Aways and Some People's Kids. That's three scenesters on stage, and probably more in the audience.

one month only

"Have You Seen These Scenesters" was mislabeled as a two-month contest on the cover of last week's issue of the Wave. You have just one month to find the 24 artists, musicians, promoters and fans. Collect Jon Choi (upper right corner) early, though, he has a vacation planned. Cards need to be returned by Dec. 6.

still time to play

Game cards can be downloaded at duluthnews

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tribune.com, or picked up at the News Tribune office,

424 W. First St. Scenester Todd Gremmels is passing out printed cards and pre-signing them. Completed cards can be dropped off at the News Tribune, or mailed to:

Christa Lawler

Scenesters

Duluth News Tribune

424 W. First St.

Duluth, MN 55802

Those with completed cards will be eligible for a drawing for the grand prize, a $50 gift card to a local restaurant. Anyone with at least one line filled is eligible for a secondary prize, a

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$20 gift card.

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