FOOTBALL MINNESOTA STATE TOURNAMENT At U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis CLASS AAAAAA Semifinals Today's Game Eden Prairie (9-1) vs. Blaine (11-0), 7 p.m. Friday's Game Lakeville South (6-5) vs. Lakeville North (11-0), 7 p.m. CLASS AAAAA Semifinals Friday's Game Owatonna (11-0) vs. Elk River (10-1), 2 p.m. Saturday's Game St. Thomas Academy (11-0) vs. Bemidji (10-1), 7 p.m. CLASS AAAA Semifinals Today's Game SMB (11-0) vs. Waseca (10-2), 4:30 p.m. Friday's Game
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Tuesday's Late Results Hibbing-Chisholm 0-1-1—2 Eveleth-Gilbert 0-0-0—0 First period — No scoring. Second period — 1. Julia Gherardi (Allie Bussey), 13:46. Third period — 2. Dorothy Kearney (Elyssa Durie), 5:50. Saves — Abby Edstrom, HC, 23; Rachel Woods, EGA, 30. North Shore 0-4-1—5 Moose Lake Area 2-3-1—6 First period — 1. MLA, Abby Painovich (Raechel Painovich), 10:27 (pp); 2. MLA, Gabby Gamst, 2:29 (sh).
The annual 7th annual Pepperkakebyen Gingerbread City is open from 7-9 p.m. Friday at the Nordic Center’s Old Norway Hall, 21 N. Lake Ave. It’s free, but there is a suggested $5 donation. The gingerbread city includes locally-made houses and landmarks made from gingerbread cookies. It’s displayed in a warm room with dim lights and good smells. It’s available for viewing from 1-5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday through Dec. 8.
The annual “Christmas By the Lake” CD, featuring local musicians ranging from high school bands to Marc Gartman, gets its official release show from 5-9 p.m. Thursday at Greysolon Plaza Ballroom. The album, produced by the Bluebird Foundation as a fundraiser for students in the performing arts, is billed as having more than 300 regional musicians involved.
Bradsgiving, an annual event to raise money for the Friends of Brad Foundation, includes music and a silent auction. It’s 6-10 p.m. on Nov. 21 at The Shop Coffeehouse and the 218 Taphouse in Virginia. The lineup includes Ingeborg von Agassiz, Rich Mattson and Germaine Gemberling, Sara Alexander & Friends and Horse Fzce — and there is much talk in the news release of pie.
Charlie Parr is among the 18 Minnesota musicians featured in a new KFAI-made mix that was born of its MinneCulture broadcasts. Parr will play a free show at 7 p.m. Nov. 19 at Electric Fetus as a kickoff for “Live from Minnesota Mixtape.” The compilation is available on cassette at Electric Fetus and spots in the Twin Cities area.
The Sunset Bar and Grill will no longer serve food, but its liquor store and bar will remain open, according to an announcement made on the Sunset’s Facebook page and website Sunday. Effective Monday, the Sunset, 4483 Martin Road, suspended food service “indefinitely.”
District Court St. Louis County Nov. 9 Paul A. Brainard, 50, Grand Rapids, use of wireless communications device - compose/read/send electronic message while in motion or traffic, fined $50. Derek W. Brown, 49, St. Paul, child passenger restraint system violation, fined $50. John D. Ryan, 55, Circle Pines, Minn., possession/sale of small amount of marijuana, fined $50.
Nov. 14, 1978 A draft of the Voyageurs National Park master plan was unveiled yesterday to a group of about 150 in International Falls. The majority supported a snowmobile trail along the Kabetogama Peninsula and seaplane use on the park's nine small interior lakes. Duluth industrialist Jeno F. Paulucci announced yesterday in Rome the start of a one-million-circulation magazine designed for Italian-Americans. The magazine, to be called "Attenzione USA," is scheduled to start next April with positive stories about Italy. Nov. 14, 1998
The Duluth Folk School is now your one-stop shop for learning how to sharpen your chainsaw, making your own foraged tea, decorating an egg Ukrainian style, and grabbing a cup of coffee and a bite to eat at the new Dovetail Cafe and Marketplace .