Events For 11/16/2019

10am-noon Sat. Nov. 16

Ross Thorn

Amazing Grace Bakery & Cafe 394 Lake Ave. S., Duluth

2:30pm Sat. Nov. 16

Kikkan Randall

Spirit Mountain Grand Avenue Chalet 8551 Grand Avenue, Duluth

6-8pm Sat. Nov. 16

Greg Tiburzi

engaging originals/ eclectic covers

Carmody Irish Pub 308 East Superior Street, Duluth

Cost: 0

6:30pm Sat. Nov. 16

Pro comedy tour

Dubh Linn Irish Brew Pub 109 W Superior St, Duluth

7pm Sat. Nov. 16

Trouble: A Glam-Punk Trans-Rock Love Story

Lynette Reini-Grandell and her spouse of 36 years Venus de Mars will read from and discuss the process of writing separate memoirs on their parallel journeys through the ups and down of art, love, rock and roll. They will share writing writing strategies that have helped them move forward in creating book-length manuscripts and how they've coped with dredging up the sometimes painful past.

Prøve Gallery 21 Lake Ave., Duluth

7pm Sat. Nov. 16

Ryan Van Slooten

Ursa Minor Brewing 2415 West Superior St. Suite B, Duluth

7-10pm Sat. Nov. 16

Bowery Brothers Jazz Trio

Join us on the street level of the Radisson Hotel every Saturday evening from 7-10 pm to be lifted by the jazz stylings of the Bowery Brothers: Rich Mowers on sax, Billy Barnard on guitar, and John Thorene on bass. No cover charge, menu and full bar available.

Bowery Brothers 505 W. Superior St., Duluth

Cost: Free

7:30pm Sat. Nov. 16

Twin Ports Chorale: Considering Matthew Shepherd

In October of 1998, Matthew Shepard, a young, gay student at the University of Wyoming in Laramie was kidnapped, severely beaten, tied to a fence and left to die in a lonely field under a blanket of stars. Five days later, when Matt passed away, the world was watching. In 2016, composer Craig Hella Johnson responded with his first concert-length work, Considering Matthew Shepard. Twin Ports Choral Project now brings this master work to the Arrowhead Region.

Marshall School Fregeau Auditorium 1215 Rice Lake Rd., Duluth

Cost: Students $10 (with valid student ID) Adults $25

7:30-9:30pm Sat. Nov. 16

An Enemy of the People

By Henrik Ibsen A new adaptation by Tom Isbell Directed by Tom Isbell Marshall Performing Arts Center - Dudley Experimental Theatre When a scientist discovers the town’s water is toxic, the community must choose between jobs or environmental safety. A play as relevant today as when it was written in 1882. ASL interpreted show: Sun.,11/10/19

Marshall Performing Arts Center University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth


9pm Sat. Nov. 16

Greg Highlands

Sir Benedict's Tavern on the Lake 805 East Superior St., Duluth

9pm Sat. Nov. 16

Pro comedy tour

Dubh Linn Irish Brew Pub 109 W Superior St, Duluth

10pm Sat. Nov. 16


Blush 18 N 1st Ave. W., Duluth

10:30pm Sat. Nov. 16

Renegade Improv

Teatro Zuccone 222 E. Superior St., Duluth