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Bernie Larsen keeps local music alive at ExUrban
By Adam Johnson Posted 04/27/2003
-- Musician Bernie Larsen, a Toivola native son, has returned to the Copper Country and opened a successor to his former SubUrban Exchange -- the ExUrban -- which he plans as a community hub for local musicians and artists, open to all people of all ages. Guest author and musician Adam Johnson tells how local musicians and groups, from Erik Koskinen and Melissa Davis to Rhythm Kitchen, have begun performing and recording at the ExUrban, located above Superior Music at 416 Shelden Avenue in Houghton's downtown.
Club Indigo to present Charade April 25
By Joe Kirkish
CALUMET -- The Mu Beta Psi music fraternity will present Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant in the 1963 suspenseful thriller
Charade at the Calumet Theatre's Club Indigo at 7:15 p.m. on Friday, April 25. The film will be preceded at 6 p.m. by a gourmet buffet provided by chef Eric Karvonen of the Fitzgerald Restaurant in Eagle River. Admission to both the buffet and film is $13. Movie alone, $3.50. Call 337-2610 for buffet reservations. Guest columnist Joe Kirkish reviews
Charade and some movies currently playing in the local area. more
MTU Budget Committee open to suggestions
By Curtis Tompkins Posted 04/08/2003
HOUGHTON -- Michigan Technological University President Curtis Tompkins has been writing weekly letters to faculty, staff and students to keep them informed about the
work of the recently formed Presidential Budget Reduction Committee. He urges University stakeholders to get involved in the budget reduction process. Read his April 2,
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