Photos: First Avenue is wide open again, as the Suburbs play the 7th St Entry

“We welcome you back,” said longtime First Avenue stage manager Conrad Sverkerson (as reported by Chris Riemenschneider on Instagram), joined at the 7th St Entry by fellow staffers including general manager Nate Kranz, talent buyer Sonia Grover, marketing head Ashley Ryan, and owner Dayna Frank last night. A sold-out audience attended the first full-capacity show…

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Wellness Wednesday: Soothing pet anxiety

As people who've been working from home prepare to return to offices, many are thinking about the pets that have grown used to their near-constant presence. What are some good strategies for soothing pet anxiety?

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Today in Music History: Buzzcocks released 'Love You More'

Marvel Comics launched a title based on the band Kiss; Huey Lewis and the News hit No. 1 in the album charts with 'Sports'; guitar great Chet Atkins passed away; Buzzcocks released the second-shortest single of all time; and fans rushed the stage at a Pearl Jam concert, Today in Music History.

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Today in Music History: Remembering Amy Winehouse

Neil Young and his high school friends recorded their first single; Frank Sinatra had a No. 1 album; Barry Manilow 'made it' to the top of the singles chart; the Police kicked off a massive world tour, and Amy Winehouse passed away, Today in Music History.

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