Weekend A&E roundup

World Book Night is Wednesday, which means someone might try to put a free book into your hot little hands. Pro tip: One book pusher has dished that she will be passing out “The Lighthouse Road” by Peter Geye on the Lakewalk.

Leslie Moore’s book “Turn Right, Good Moon” is about her mother’s final days, which included the help of a healer. Moore called it “A conversation about dying,” in an interview with LaReesa Sandretsky.

No GB Leighton at the tents in Canal Park this year during Grandma’s Marathon weekend. The new lineup includes Aer and Love and Theft. GB Leighton will still be in town that weekend. The band plays a show June 20 at Clyde Iron Works.

Students at Denfeld created a lip-dub to strut its community-building skills. This vid has a cameo from the mayor, capes, crowns, back flips, confetti — all set to a Carly Rae-Owl City song.

Here is a Q&A with Kat Perkins, a Minneapolis rocker who is getting big ups on “The Voice.”

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