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Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin. Arts and entertainment events calendar. Music in the Twin Ports. Arts by Lake Superior. The Transistor is published every Monday to over 70 high-traffic hotspots in Duluth and Superior, including: Fitger's Brewhouse, Carmody Irish Pub, Hacienda Del Sol, Pizza Luce, R.T. Quinlan's, the Electric Fetus, Global Village, Ragstock, Amazing Grace Bakery & Cafe, Last Place On Earth, Vintage Duluth, Red Star Lounge, Rex Bar at Fitger's, Sir Ben's, the Reef, Dunn Brothers Coffee, Jimi John's, Mr. Movies, At Sara's Table / Chester Creek Cafe, Downtown Live, Burrito Union, Blue Crab Bar, Whole Foods Co-op, Last Chance Liquor, UMD (University of Minnesota - Duluth), Lake Superior College, UWS (University of Wisconsin - Superior) Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, Fond du Lac College, College of St. Scholastica, Music-Go-Round, Disc-Go-Round, Beaner's Central, Damage Inc., Jitter's Coffeehouse, Red Mug Coffeehouse, J.T.'s Bar and Grill, The Main Club, Thirsty Pagan Brewing Co., Bev's Jook Joint, Anchor Bar, Norm's Beer and Brats, the Capri Bar, and the NorShor Theatre. The Transistor, in conjunction with Duluth Postering and Ann Martin Counselor-At-Love Presents… sponsors and supports the Home Grown Music Festival, the Freedom Festival, Red Lion Winter Riot, Rock & Roll Kamakazi, Anti-Valentine's Day, One Week Live, Spirit Lake Poetry Series, Gallery Hop, Duluth-Superior Pride and Bone Appetit. The Transistor is a proud sponsor of KUMD's regional music program, The Local, and KUMD's weekly event calendar.

The Transistor is Duluth’s best, free entertainment magazine with 1,000 copies distributed every Monday to over 50 high-traffic distribution points throughout Duluth, MN and Superior, WI. Edgy, colorful and irreverent, the Transistor is written for residents and visitors who are looking for art and entertainment in the Twin Ports. Theatre, dance, music, food and nightlife share the spotlight with weekly local humor columns and original comics. Transistor's comprehensive local arts & entertainment event calendar features an array of traditional and outsider events, appealing to a wide audience. Limited calendar space, combined with a crack team of event researchers, and active hunting for those hidden entertainment gems makes this the go-to event calendar for Duluth/Superior—not something to be taken lightly among an entertainment-oriented audience that demands credible and relevant information that they will put to use all week long. Every week features top-notch local writers who cover a variety of timely, alternative topics, with a distinctive, bitingly funny voice: Top Picks—the Transistor's best bets on entertainment and local culture for the week—Gettin' Ripped by Slim Goodbuzz, All Bets Off by Mark Lindquist, Curmudgeon's Corner by Russ Stewart, Make\Out by Ann Klefstad, The Next Level by Paul Lundgren, CTRL+ALT+Duluth by Michael Kooi, John's Advice Column by John Ramos and Novelty Theater by Jim Richardson & Alan Richardson. The Transistor rotates the clever, original and eye-catching comix of The Guys Who Never Stop Fighting, The Slightly Exaggerated True History of Abraham Lincoln, Double Your Efforts, the work of Luke Holden and upcoming featured illustrators.

• The Transistor is available at high foot-traffic entertainment areas like UMD, historic & greater downtown Duluth, Canal Park, UWS, Tower Avenue in Superior as well as music stores, bookstores, restaurants, nightlife venues and hippie grocery stores.

• Free circulation allows the Transistor to directly target an entertainment-oriented and progressive audience where these adults live, work and play. The eight-page format, designed for optimal counter space visibility and portability, encourages tourists and locals alike to pick one up and put it in their pockets to read at their leisure.

Transistor ad rates are irresistibly inexpensive (starting at $35/week with ad design included). Add to that limited advertising space and you get more bang for your buck. There is simply no way readers can miss your ad every time they consult the calendar throughout the week.

The Transistor offers the Duluth Postering postering service for the Duluth/Superior area. With a quick turnaround and a reasonable fee ($30) we can guarantee your special event materials will reach valuable eyes at 40 locations throughout the area, including West, East, Downtown and the Hillside in Duluth; Tower Avenue and UWS in Superior, plus high traffic locations at LSC and CSS. Promote your event and save some time while you’re at it. Please note that printing pricing is subject to paper type, quantity, etc. We support arts and music and entertainment in the Zenith City.