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Lanesboro Arts presents “Confluence,” a printmaking exhibition by Dirk Nelson and Ian Hanesworth. In “Confluence,” artists Dirk and Ian bring together their divergent streams of work into an exhibit that acknowledges the ways these two artists have influenced each other.

Charlie Parr has found more success in his music career than he imagined. When most artists break out from small, intimate shows to playing festivals around the country, they might see that as elevating their music career to a new level. However, Parr’s ambitions aren’t driven by crowd size.

Lovers of crustless sandwiches, secret handshakes, and other slightly silly things won’t want to miss an art and music-filled afternoon with Koo Koo Kanga Roo Friday.

Art4Trails seeks proposals for public art installations to be placed along Rochester’s downtown bike trails. Artists over age 18 can submit proposals (individually or collectively) between now and Jan. 13, 2020. Artists under age 18 can have a teacher or parent sponsor the proposal.

Some love that Chicago’s Goose Island Beer Co. thought to transform beer forever by putting a stout into a bourbon barrel. Others lament the sweet liquids that come out of barrels after breweries put pastry stouts – beers flavored with marshmallows, vanilla beans, coffee, and more – into them.

Tyler Aug’s latest film, “The Crows,” takes a close look at this town’s crow problem -- and the many, many ways we’ve tried to solve it. Aug began filming in 2013, after a Rochester area hunting group held a crow-killing contest, and “slowly picked at it throughout the years.”

If you’re cruisin’ for a bluesin’, the Chatfield Center for the Arts has the perfect show. They’ll present their first-ever blues concert, “A Night of the Blues,” featuring Annie Mack, The Avey/Grouws Duo, and Kevin “B.F.” Burt, Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

Charlie Parr has found more success in his music career than he imagined. When most artists break out from small, intimate shows to playing festivals around the country, they might see that as elevating their music career to a new level. However, Parr’s ambitions aren’t driven by crowd size.

Lovers of crustless sandwiches, secret handshakes, and other slightly silly things won’t want to miss an art and music-filled afternoon with Koo Koo Kanga Roo Friday.

Art4Trails seeks proposals for public art installations to be placed along Rochester’s downtown bike trails. Artists over age 18 can submit proposals (individually or collectively) between now and Jan. 13, 2020. Artists under age 18 can have a teacher or parent sponsor the proposal.

Some love that Chicago’s Goose Island Beer Co. thought to transform beer forever by putting a stout into a bourbon barrel. Others lament the sweet liquids that come out of barrels after breweries put pastry stouts – beers flavored with marshmallows, vanilla beans, coffee, and more – into them.

Tyler Aug’s latest film, “The Crows,” takes a close look at this town’s crow problem -- and the many, many ways we’ve tried to solve it. Aug began filming in 2013, after a Rochester area hunting group held a crow-killing contest, and “slowly picked at it throughout the years.”

If you’re cruisin’ for a bluesin’, the Chatfield Center for the Arts has the perfect show. They’ll present their first-ever blues concert, “A Night of the Blues,” featuring Annie Mack, The Avey/Grouws Duo, and Kevin “B.F.” Burt, Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

The first weekend in November means Rochester Farmers Market vendors and customers move to the indoor space at Graham Park (Olmsted County Fairgrounds). In November and December, these markets fill two buildings with nearly 50 grower vendors and brunch concessions from 9:00 a.m. through 12:0…

Charlie Parr has found more success in his music career than he imagined. When most artists break out from small, intimate shows to playing festivals around the country, they might see that as elevating their music career to a new level. However, Parr’s ambitions aren’t driven by crowd size.

Art4Trails seeks proposals for public art installations to be placed along Rochester’s downtown bike trails. Artists over age 18 can submit proposals (individually or collectively) between now and Jan. 13, 2020. Artists under age 18 can have a teacher or parent sponsor the proposal.

The first weekend in November means Rochester Farmers Market vendors and customers move to the indoor space at Graham Park (Olmsted County Fairgrounds). In November and December, these markets fill two buildings with nearly 50 grower vendors and brunch concessions from 9:00 a.m. through 12:0…

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Minneapolis rockers Soul Asylum make a stop in Rochester this weekend as part of “Riverside Concerts Presents.” The band, fronted by Dave Pirner, takes the Presentation Hall stage at 7:30 Saturday for a set of alternative-rock hits, like “Misery,” “Somebody to Shove,” “Black Gold,” and the 1…

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Minneapolis rockers Soul Asylum make a stop in Rochester this weekend as part of “Riverside Concerts Presents.” The band, fronted by Dave Pirner, takes the Presentation Hall stage at 7:30 Saturday for a set of alternative-rock hits, like “Misery,” “Somebody to Shove,” “Black Gold,” and the 1…

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