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If You Go What: Club Caravan Where: The Grand Event Center, 316 Washington St., Northfield When: Thursday, June 1 from 7-11 p.m. Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at the door. There are discounts for Minnesota Music Coalition members and students.

With careers, families and geographic distance a factor, Fred the Bear band members and childhood friends Rick Roy and Ray Coudret finally found time to put down their live sound in an album.

On Saturday (May 13) the Wanamingo Lions Club will host its pancake breakfast at the Community Center from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. to kick off the day’s Syttende Mai events in Wanamingo.

The characters of Lorna Landvik’s 1995 release, “Patty Jane’s House of Curl,” didn’t only leave an impression with readers, it left an impression on Landvik herself.

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A couple of drinks can bring out amateur singers, but those in attendance at the “Singing and Sipping” event won’t have to worry about hearing cringe-worthy notes.

Decades worth of familial tension erupts to the surface in “August: Osage County,” and through the course of three acts, St. Olaf College students are exploring the fissures that lead to an explosion of emotion with their production of the show.

The Northfield Arts Guild announced it filled the two positions recently created by money it received from the Ames Fund.

Twin Cities music writer Jim Walsh visits Northfield on Wednesday for a pair of events

When playing music at home became nearly impossible, Martha Larson started searching for a spot of her own. What she found out was there were many others in Northfield seeking a practice space.

Students shelve sports to participate in Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival; others wait years for their chance to be part of the show. The biennial production is a spectacle visually as well as for the reverence it holds among the cast and crew.

St. Olaf College students will perform “Sister Act” beginning with opening night Wednesday at Kelsey Theater inside the Theater Building at St. Olaf College.

The Cannon River Watershed Partnership’s Downstream Environmental Film Series is set to begin a three-week session of films and discussion related to the environment, environmental justice, activism, and dams and healthy waterways.

This past year saw the launch of several exciting ventures around Northfield in the arts and entertainment world, including the reopening of the Northfield Public Library.

Explaining poultry-centered regenerative agriculture is neither exciting nor easy for a layperson to understand so that’s why Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin blended the retelling of his life story with that of a Guatemalan folk character in his recently released autobiographical book.

Bob Gregory-Bjorklund initially tried to avoid directing a production of “You Can’t Take It With You” because of its ubiquity among high school theaters, but he was quick to return to it this fall.

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