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Lanesboro Arts presents “The Ride of Your Life,” a retrospective exhibition of oil paintings and intaglio prints by Marvin Messing. An opening reception with Messing family members is happening on Saturday, April 13thfrom 6-8 p.m.  The exhibition runs through June 16th, 2019.  The opening re…

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The Rochester Meditation Center is now meeting Sunday mornings from 8 to 9:30 AM at Assisi Heights. Starting with a half-hour silent meditation, we are currently discussing "The Issue at Hand" by Gil Fronsdal. Now is a great time to drop in, no prep necessary!

Art On The Avenue, run by a 501 C3 arts organization in the Slatterly Park neighborhood, is celebrating its 10th go-round with more live art, music, and food than ever.

P!nk was back performing in the Twin Cities May 5. But that wasn’t the only cool part of the night for a Rochester woman. Amy Britain was able to have her own special moment with the singer, acrobat, and mom when she handed her a pink “Make Racism Wrong Again” hat – which she then wore onstage.

Luke Hendrickson, a local singer/songwriter, took to Kickstarter to secure funds for his first full-length album. And Kickstarter delivered. When we talked to Hendrickson on May 9, the project was a little under 80 percent funding Now, he’s hit the $3,500+ mark, and that full-length album ha…

The Rochester Downtown Alliance released the list of bands slated to perform at this year's Thursdays Downtown (previously known as Thursdays on First and 3rd), and it’s quite a departure from last year. 

Spring is here, but Minnesota’s winter is never far away, so it’s the perfect time for Winterstate to give us their album. While the band’s name is cold, their music will heat things up at an album release party held at Pure Rock Studios Saturday.

It’s easy to “drink local” with four craft breweries in Rochester. Craft beer has a stranglehold on fulfilling our need to consume local things. But when it comes to finding local spirits showcased in cocktails, things get harder.

Art On The Avenue, run by a 501 C3 arts organization in the Slatterly Park neighborhood, is celebrating its 10th go-round with more live art, music, and food than ever.

P!nk was back performing in the Twin Cities May 5. But that wasn’t the only cool part of the night for a Rochester woman. Amy Britain was able to have her own special moment with the singer, acrobat, and mom when she handed her a pink “Make Racism Wrong Again” hat – which she then wore onstage.

Luke Hendrickson, a local singer/songwriter, took to Kickstarter to secure funds for his first full-length album. And Kickstarter delivered. When we talked to Hendrickson on May 9, the project was a little under 80 percent funding Now, he’s hit the $3,500+ mark, and that full-length album ha…

The Rochester Downtown Alliance released the list of bands slated to perform at this year's Thursdays Downtown (previously known as Thursdays on First and 3rd), and it’s quite a departure from last year. 

Spring is here, but Minnesota’s winter is never far away, so it’s the perfect time for Winterstate to give us their album. While the band’s name is cold, their music will heat things up at an album release party held at Pure Rock Studios Saturday.

It’s easy to “drink local” with four craft breweries in Rochester. Craft beer has a stranglehold on fulfilling our need to consume local things. But when it comes to finding local spirits showcased in cocktails, things get harder.

Drowning in show recommendations? Not sure how to pare down your overflowing “To Be Watched” list? Welcome to Binge or Bust, where PB editor Brian Sander checks out those long series so you don’t have to.

P!nk was back performing in the Twin Cities May 5. But that wasn’t the only cool part of the night for a Rochester woman. Amy Britain was able to have her own special moment with the singer, acrobat, and mom when she handed her a pink “Make Racism Wrong Again” hat – which she then wore onstage.

Luke Hendrickson, a local singer/songwriter, took to Kickstarter to secure funds for his first full-length album. And Kickstarter delivered. When we talked to Hendrickson on May 9, the project was a little under 80 percent funding Now, he’s hit the $3,500+ mark, and that full-length album ha…

Spring is here, but Minnesota’s winter is never far away, so it’s the perfect time for Winterstate to give us their album. While the band’s name is cold, their music will heat things up at an album release party held at Pure Rock Studios Saturday.

Drowning in show recommendations? Not sure how to pare down your overflowing “To Be Watched” list? Welcome to Binge or Bust, where PB editor Brian Sander checks out those long series so you don’t have to.

Andy Smith, the owner and director of programming at Gray Duck, first dreamed of a community-based microcinema as a college student when he was walking around Chicago.

Andy Smith, the owner and director of programming at Gray Duck, first dreamed of a community-based microcinema as a college student when he was walking around Chicago.

Andy Smith, the owner and director of programming at Gray Duck, first dreamed of a community-based microcinema as a college student when he was walking around Chicago.

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