A time to write, a time to rock

Annie and the Bang Bang emerges from the pandemic with a slew of new material If there was a silver lining in the COVID-19 cloud that hung over the Twin Cities’ music scene for two years, it was the time…

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On the Town Briefly, September 24, 2022

BooksAuthor Gretchen Anthony will discuss her novel The Book Haters’ Book Club at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 15, at SubText Books, 6 W. Fifth St. Admission is free. Call 651-493-2791 or visit subtextbooks.com.Next Chapter Booksellers, 38 S. Snel­ling Ave., will…

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Selby Ave Jazz Fest returns Sept. 10

Several blocks of Selby Avenue will give way to live jazz, blues and R&B when the annual Selby Ave Jazz Fest returns from 11 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturday, September 10, in and around the intersection of Selby and Milton Street. Food…

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On the Town Briefly, August 31, 2022

Books SubText Books, 6 W. Fifth St., will host free readings and discussions with author Kathryn Savage and Groundglass, her book about toxic pollution and environmental justice, at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 1; William Kent Krueger and his Cork O’Connor…

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Read more about the article Coffee, cocktails and prime cuts: New establishments open across the city
Lost Fox co-owner Michael Rose (with wife Ann) poses with daughter Mala, 14, as they worked the counter of the Lowertown restaurant on a recent afternoon. Photo by Brad Stauffer

Coffee, cocktails and prime cuts: New establishments open across the city

Saint Paul restaurant patrons have or soon will have a new steak house and three combination coffee and liquor establishments from which to choose for their refreshment. The operators of these restaurants, coffee bars and cocktail lounge are hoping to…

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