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Theater Production "Church Basement Ladies" Comes to the Stage at the U of M Crookston; Performances on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, December 13, 14, 15 in Kiehle Auditorium
The musical production "Church Basement Ladies" is based on recipes, food, and change in the church. Its funny, heartwarming, and down to earth and will bring back memories of people in churches eve...
12/3/13 at 11:33 AM Music, Dance, Food, and Fun All a Part of Fourth Annual "Fiesta in the Spirit of Cinco de Mayo" at the U of M, Crookston on Saturday, April 21, 2012; Event to Celebrate the Month of the Young Child 3/30/12 at 8:15 AM
Annual “Fiesta in the Spirit of Cinco de Mayo” at U of M, Crookston Receives $10,000 Grant from Northwest Minnesota Regional Arts Council 2/14/12 at 11:25 AM
Spotlight: A Proud Mama Moment
Walking up to the Orpheum Theatre on Monday night, I noticed that my heart started to pump with excitement when I saw on the marquee that the show was sold out! How exciting to know that my daught...
6/14/12 at 6:30 AM Google Doodle Contests! 5/4/12 at 8:15 AM
A Night of Drivel and Darling 3/30/12 at 9:52 AM
Better Music, Better Life
On two occasions music festivals were held in Zhuhai. The real awesome part was that both these events were organized by my school. I turned out, the founder of TPR English was quite the involved comm...
3/31/12 at 7:43 AM
Dressing Room Adventures: Back of House at Annie Jr.
At the back of the house on the Annie Jr. set it's: hot rollers, hairspray, braids, pig tails, nylons, shoelaces, hats. Eyeliner, blush, lipstick and microphone tape these have been my surroundings fo...
2/9/12 at 12:04 PM
Christmas Market Tour 2011 Nr. 2: Weimar
Weimar is one of those hidden treasures that we never know about until the first words come to mind: The Weimar Republic, the period between 1919 and 1932 where democracy was in its trying times bec...
12/15/11 at 4:10 PM
No breakfast in bed, please, either!
I like to read magazines, but sometimes I get a little defensive. Am I a bad mom because I don't bake with my children? I mean, if I can help it? No. Am I a bad mom because I'm not out shooting hoops ...
5/6/11 at 1:23 PM And then back away veeeery sloooowly. 4/4/11 at 1:22 PM
Just a fan. 2/25/11 at 3:24 PM
Areavoices Digest #21 - What's it like to get gastric bypass surgery?
There's a reason television shows like The Biggest Loser are so popular and why issues of People magazine touting 100lb weight loss are among their best sellers. We like to hear others weight loss jou...
3/2/11 at 3:42 PM
A Little Healthy Enjoyment
Here are a few places that have theaters that you may want to check out: www.douglashistory.org This is a history theater sponsored by the Douglas Historical Society. How interesting is this? www.R...
6/19/10 at 4:15 AM Ran Into A Former Student/Hadn't Seen in 10 Years 6/12/10 at 12:50 AM
NorShore 4/26/10 at 1:46 AM
Homegrown Day 2: A kite and a boy
This is Jason Page and Erin McConnell's entry in the Homegrown Music Video Festival, a video for The Moon Is Down song "My Amazing Kite," and it is really is one of those things tha...
5/4/10 at 6:01 AM Ninneman going Shakespearean 2/2/10 at 12:32 PM
Critic Papatola takes a bow, moves on to TC foundation 1/25/10 at 5:59 AM
Preservation wins and loses
“It’s been a good year,” local historian Maryann Norton said last week, referring to the former St. Louis County Jail saved from demolition and the city’s purchase of NorShor T...
4/29/10 at 9:11 AM
NorShor Theatre history
With Monday's announcement that the city of Duluth is planning (again) to buy the NorShor Theatre, let's take a look back at the long history of the downtown landmark. Here are a variety of photos and...
4/19/10 at 7:27 PM