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The inaugural season of the Call of Duty League™ kicks off with Launch Weekend at the Minneapolis Armory from January 24-26, 2020! Join the Call of Duty League and your hometown, Minnesota RØKKR, to see all 12 professional Call of Duty League teams compete across the three days.

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The Optimists meet the 2nd, 4th and 5th Friday, each month.  We are a long-standing service and social club in Rochester.  Our motto is Friend of Youth.  We are dedicated to promoting the Philosophy of Optimism as a Way of Life.

If you want to meet Charlie Parr, we hope you got your tickets -- his Lanesboro concert is sold out. However, if you want to do some research before his show, the 2013 French documentary “Meeting Charlie Parr” will be screened at the historic St. Mane Theatre as part of the Frozen River Film…

Roses are red and violins are blue(grass), so it only makes sense that Barbaro’s newly released record is dressed in scarlet blooms. Barbaro will be swinging through Rochester with a stop at Little Thistle Brewery this Saturday as part of a midwestern tour supporting their debut LP, “Dressed…

While the industry’s odds are stacked against musicians like songwriter, guitarist, and singer Audrey Robinson, a new local non-profit called The Collective is working to turn the tide in her favor.

If you want to meet Charlie Parr, we hope you got your tickets -- his Lanesboro concert is sold out. However, if you want to do some research before his show, the 2013 French documentary “Meeting Charlie Parr” will be screened at the historic St. Mane Theatre as part of the Frozen River Film…

Roses are red and violins are blue(grass), so it only makes sense that Barbaro’s newly released record is dressed in scarlet blooms. Barbaro will be swinging through Rochester with a stop at Little Thistle Brewery this Saturday as part of a midwestern tour supporting their debut LP, “Dressed…

While the industry’s odds are stacked against musicians like songwriter, guitarist, and singer Audrey Robinson, a new local non-profit called The Collective is working to turn the tide in her favor.

If you want to meet Charlie Parr, we hope you got your tickets -- his Lanesboro concert is sold out. However, if you want to do some research before his show, the 2013 French documentary “Meeting Charlie Parr” will be screened at the historic St. Mane Theatre as part of the Frozen River Film…

Roses are red and violins are blue(grass), so it only makes sense that Barbaro’s newly released record is dressed in scarlet blooms. Barbaro will be swinging through Rochester with a stop at Little Thistle Brewery this Saturday as part of a midwestern tour supporting their debut LP, “Dressed…

Little Thistle is holding its second industry night Monday, and this one focuses on Rochester’s teachers. Whether you teach kindergarten or high school, don your school badge and head over to the brewery on Jan. 20 from 3 – 8 p.m. for $3 pints and free hot dogs.

Mumin Omar and a host of other young Rochester residents are looking for ways to make the local mosques more inviting to a wider range of people. They want younger people involved, more women – basically, they want a truer representation of their community.

Little Thistle is holding its second industry night Monday, and this one focuses on Rochester’s teachers. Whether you teach kindergarten or high school, don your school badge and head over to the brewery on Jan. 20 from 3 – 8 p.m. for $3 pints and free hot dogs.

Mumin Omar and a host of other young Rochester residents are looking for ways to make the local mosques more inviting to a wider range of people. They want younger people involved, more women – basically, they want a truer representation of their community.

Little Thistle is holding its second industry night Monday, and this one focuses on Rochester’s teachers. Whether you teach kindergarten or high school, don your school badge and head over to the brewery on Jan. 20 from 3 – 8 p.m. for $3 pints and free hot dogs.

Mumin Omar and a host of other young Rochester residents are looking for ways to make the local mosques more inviting to a wider range of people. They want younger people involved, more women – basically, they want a truer representation of their community.

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