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Arts and Entertainment

‘Evolution’ part of busy weekend at FAHC

HANCOCK — While Heather Allen Hietala is making her first trip to the Copper Country this weekend, the six-month winters and its Finnish heritage contributed to her art. Allen Hietala’s exhibit “Evolution” will be displayed in the Finlandia Art Gallery at the Finnish American ...

Kitschy Spirit Records growing into new space

Kitschy Spirit Records in Calumet is growing. Early this year owners Chris and Anna Judy left their second floor perch on 5th Street for a more spacious street level accommodation at 307 6th St. The expansive new space is not only more accessible, it also opens the door for musicians and the ...

The Last Frontier gift shop closing its doors

COPPER HARBOR — The Last Frontier gift shop is closing its doors permanently in April, and the remaining inventory must be sold. “We’re downsizing,” said Country Village Shops owner Barb Foley, “so I won’t be completely retired. I just won’t be working quite as hard as I have ...

Calumet Theatre plans to offer video tours

CALUMET — The Calumet is looking ahead to the summer season with a video theater tour that is currently in the planning phase. Theatre Directory of Operations Nathan Jones said the program will consist of a brochure that can be purchased at the box office. In the brochure will be a series ...

Calumet Theatre sees most successful show in decade

CALUMET — The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra performed at the Calumet Theatre on Saturday to a near sell-out audience. “We can safely say that that was one of the biggest shows we’ve had in a long, long time,” Calumet Theatre Co. Board Chairman Dan Jamison said. “I’d say at least 10 ...

Amazing youth artwork exhibition at CCCAC

My favorite art show at the Copper Country Community Arts Center in Hancock, is the annual Celebration of Youth Art Month. Each year, art teachers around the Copper Country from Baraga to Copper Harbor collect amazing pieces of art from their students and send them to the gallery for this one ...