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Scott Hefte & The Bury 'em Deep perform Saturday at Wussow’s Concert Cafe.

The Jambronies Friday, March 29, 8 p.m. Caddy Shack Debut performance by a new Duluth jam band playing mellow/chill rock heavily influenced by blues and jazz. With Indecent Proposal.

Scott Hefte & The Bury 'em Deep Saturday, March 30, 7 p.m. Wussow’s The band describes its music as “a dark and brooding indie-western soundtrack for your apocalypse” but it’s simply gorgeous, full-sounding alt-country with heartrending vocals and an infectious beat. With Duluth punk rock artist Emma Jeanne and acoustic duo Beyond the Trees.

Robin Hood was Right Sunday, March 31, 1 p.m. Cedar Lounge Multi faceted crooner and troubadour Samuel Miller (also husband of fellow musician Lyla Abukhodair) curates soundscapes rooted in R&B and hip-hop with acoustic form illuminated by electronic accompaniment, melodic harmonies and rhyme-laden lyrics.

Shades of Africa Monday, April 1, 7:30 p.m. UMD Weber Hall 29:11 International Exchange is a unique South African music group with a mission to facilitate hope and reconciliation through music, cross-cultural collaboration, and individual artist development. They will be performing alone and with the UMD choir.

Twin Ports History Festival April 3-9 Multiple locations Presentations on various topics – the Lift Bridge, Duluth’s Orthodox Jewish Community, the early 1900s crusade against prostitution, an Ojibwe perspective with Carl Gawboy, railroad history – with authors and historians of local, regional, national and international renown. See Twin Ports History Festival on Facebook or

Minnesota Film Festival April 3-7 Zeitgeist Screenings, post-film conversations with filmmakers, producers, and talent, community events, networking opportunities, parties and more. Programming will feature a variety of local, national, and international films with a specific focus on Iran as the spotlight country.

Climes Thursday, April 4, 6-8 p.m. Ursa Minor A musical project led by Minnesota-based artist Drew Anderson, whose songwriting serves to protest the inhumane and contemplate love and loss. This project invites the collaboration of many musicians and artists.