KUWS DJ Walt Dizzo, Two Many Banjos, Coyote (Jerree Small + Marc Gartman), Doug Hoekstra, the John Sullivan Brigade, Hartley Nature Center (pics of) and resolving those nasty neighborhood issues.
"Walt Dizzo's Three Eclectic Hours" :: For the last couple years, volunteer KUWS DJ Walt Dizzo has been hammering out one of the most eclectic shows in the Twin Ports — if not the most eclectic show in the Twin Ports.
"CD Reviews: Two Many Banjos, Coyote, Doug Hoekstra and John Sullivan Brigade" :: That's right; four excellent releases covered this week: Two Many Banjos’ “Trouble in Paradise," Coyote’s “Times of Drought,” Doug Hoekstra's "Blooming Roses" and the John Sullivan Brigade's “A Sound Opportunity for Your Last Music Purchase."
"CRP Seeks to Resolve Duluth's Community Disputes" :: No matter how much Minnesota Nice is pumped into the atmosphere, sometimes community disputes in the Northland just don’t play out civilly. One group, the Center for Rural Planning (through its Community Alternative Dispute Resolution program), is here to help.
"Discover Duluth: Hartley Park, Vol. III" :: Though it's only been six months since we last took a look around Hartley Park, we thought we'd revisit it for a springtime special. (Exclusive to DuluthBudgeteer.com.)
And, as an added bonus, 19 free MP3 downloads courtesy of your friends at Adult Swim...