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Adam Sippola (center) was Jean Valjean in the Duluth Playhouse’s production of “Les Miserables,” which played for thousands at Symphony Hall in July. (2014 file / News Tribune)
2014’s best theater
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Christa Lawler column: Lawler’s year of awesome
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Amy Adams as Margaret Keane in “Big Eyes.” TNS
REVIEW: Adams makes ‘Big Eyes’ a must-see
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Miles Teller and J.K.Simmons in “Whiplash,” now showing in Duluth. Sony Pictures Classic
REVIEW: Simmons delivers memorable performance in ‘Whiplash’
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Mark Wahlberg is Jim Bennett and John Goodman is Frank in “The Gambler,” now showing in Duluth. TNS
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Anna Kendrick stars as Cinderella in “Into the Woods.” The film showcases familiar characters and stories with a surprising twist that calls into question the idea of “happily ever after.” TNS
REVIEW: ‘Into the Woods’ impressive if not embraceable
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3 in hospital after Hibbing apartment fire
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Protesters yell at police protecting the perimeter of a scene where a teenager was fatally shot by a police officer earlier at a Mobil gas station on North Hanley Road in Berkeley, Missouri, December, 24, 2014.
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Police officer kills armed black man near Ferguson, Missouri
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Flares are dropped from a Canadian Coast Guard plane above Lake Superior on Tuesday night, as seen from shore near Taconite Harbor, as crews search for a man who had been swept away in large waves earlier in the day while trying to rescue another man. Both men died. (Photo by Thomas Spence / www.facebook.com/ThomasjSpenceImages)
Tragic day on North Shore: 2 Wisconsin men drown in Lake Superior
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Cast members James Franco (left) and Seth Rogen pose during a premiere of the film "The Interview" in Los Angeles on Dec. 11. At least two Northland theaters will start showing Sony Pictures’ controversial comedy “The Interview” Thursday — alongside about 200 other indie theaters across the country. (File / Reuters)
Northland theaters to show 'The Interview'
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Minnesota woman accused of drowning 6-year-old daughter
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Thursday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Stray flurries
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Report: CDC technician may have been exposed to Ebola due to lab error
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Duluth woman charged with heroin possession
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Illinois angler caught over limit, loses boat
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