Ryan Tischer’s 6-plus foot printer is located in the couple’s dining room. Bob Kingemail@example.com
Saturday’s Home section featured Ryan and Aimee Tischer, photographer and singer-songwriter, respectively, who have turned their home in Smithville into a place where they can live and work. This means a giant printer in the dining room and a makeshift music venue in the living room.
Here’s Creger’s story about Cheryl Diaz Meyer, a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer who will speak as part of a fundraiser for victims of the Nepal earthquake at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Coppertop Church.
Dang. This is a pretty good edition if I do say so myself. It’s just … meaty.
This week’s A&E section includes an interview with Krist Novoselic, former Nirvana bass player and current political reformer. He will be in town Friday for a ranked choice voting event at Greysolon Ballroom.
Tony Bennett reviewed Golden Void’s “Berkana,” and says it’s more about Isaiah Mitchell’s songs than shreds — and “he acquits himself well in this department.”
The Duluth Art Institute kicks off a yearlong series on design in Duluth. First up: Defeating Duluth’s Inferiority Complex at 5:30 p.m. today at Cirrus Aircraft.
Best Bets include: Machine Gun Kelly, “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” the DSSO, Matinee Musicale, “Spoon River” and a horror movie film festival.
Here is my column about *finally* paying off the last $14 of my student loan.
A&E notes include: Local rockers playing alongside the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra, a benefit for the organ at Sacred Heart Music Center and a visit from the Guthrie’s new theater director.
Jeffrey Hatcher’s musical “Glensheen” opens Saturday at the History Theatre in St. Paul. “Marjorie and Roger are real people, but they are super, ridiculously bad people, bigger in real life,” according to the playwright.
Today’s A&E section features Andy Erikson, a Ham Lake, Minn.-native who made it into the finals of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and is now part of the tour that plays Sunday at the DECC. In it, she talks about the time Roseanne Barr told her she had an annoying voice.
The 27th annual Bayfront Blues Festival closed Sunday with a few young musicians in the mid-afternoon mix. On Friday, Minneapolis musician Daina De Prez had the understatement of the day: “They liked it, I think.”
This week’s A&E section includes a story on one of the headliners for this week’s Howling Moon Festival at Bayfront Festival Park. Drew Baldridge is an up-n-comer in the country music scene. This also includes brief bios on the other players, and the lineup for Saturday’s City on the Hill Music Festival.
Best Bets include: Avenue Q, two music festivals, the finale for Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra and more.
We have a date: The First Folio will be in Duluth Oct. 3-26 2016, the University of Minnesota Duluth announced on Thursday. This month-long Shakespeare fest is expected to include all sorts of events with themed art and historical context.
Here is Lawrance Bernabo’s review of “Guys & Dolls,” which opened at the Playhouse on Thursday.
(Those looking for a “Titanic” review will have to wait until Saturday’s News Tribune.)