This week’s Wave

Tony Mancuso of Duluth unloads “Red Hat Lady” one of his art pieces made out of reused and recycled items. His work is going to be on display during the Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop on Saturday at the Blue Lake Gallery in Canal Park. (Clint Austin /

Here is what you will find in this week’s Wave:

Tony Mancuso looks at the body of a vacuum cleaner and sees part of a race car. His wacky art is part of Saturday’s annual Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop.

Best Bets include: The Playhouse’s production of “Godspell,” Wise Fool Shakespeare presents James DiVita’s “In Acting Shakespeare,” Magic Smelt returns with its Run Smelt Run parade and smelt fry, lots of album release shows, the DSSO performs Saturday, Sh-Boom to skeedaddle, take a Homegrown road trip.

Music reviewer Tony Bennett reviews Lake Avenue’s EP “You Can’t Take it With You.”

And some notes on: The launch party for North x North, a sing along with “The Sound of Music” and a grant for the Minnesota Ballet.

Also, in non-Wave related news: Canadace Renalls wrote about a new downtown ballroom dance studio.

Also on the internet, here is Low’s video for “Just Make it Stop.”