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BOB DYLAN

From the column: "If Congress or the Department of Justice don’t act soon, the local music that we have all come to know and love could soon become less accessible to all of us as the number of new Minnesota acts continues its downward descent."
This holiday we are subjected to many official speeches honoring these victims — while ignoring the obvious fact that war is itself one of the most horrendous crimes of humankind.
The annual celebration of the Duluth-born Nobel laureate is taking place May 21-29.
Members of Duluth's Armory Arts and Music Center board traveled to Oklahoma for this week's official opening.

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"Girl From the North Country," incorporating 20 Dylan songs, will play at the Orpheum Theatre in fall 2023.
The Duluth Entertainment Convention Center will host a touring show May 11 promising "5,000 years of exquisite Chinese music and dance, in one night!"
Big Wave Dave and the Ripples joined Chuck Leavell at Sacred Heart Music Center for "Like a Rolling Stone."
Zigman and Anna Zimmerman came to Duluth from what is today's Ukraine. Their grandson would change the world.
"The Philosophy of Modern Song," which hits shelves in November, is a collection of essays about other artists' songs.

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