PEACE GARDEN MAMA II writing wednesdays: writer spotlight christina capecchi
If you've ever wondered what freelance writers really think about their work, or how they work, or why they're freelance writers in the first place, I invite you to meet a young but very accomplishe... Posted on 10/27/10 at 7:06 AM
SAM COOK: One moment, she had been sitting in her office at work, staring at her computer screen, bathed in weak fluorescent light. The walls were institutional gray, which is what her countenance had been when I stopped by.
Late on a July afternoon, we began poling up Wisconsin’s Brule River. Four canoes, eight of us in all. We would move upstream a couple of miles, find an appropriate spot and grill brats and chicken over a fire.
Products such as K2 are misleadingly referred to as “synthetic marijuana,” and while the substances have been in the news with regularity this year many people remain unaware just how significant a problem they’re causing in our communities.
This weekend UMD’s Diversity Commission will present “Land of Plenty: How Did You Come to Be Here?” on Friday, Nov. 11 and Saturday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Marshall Performing Arts Center. The collaborative show was written by local musician Sara Thomsen and features theater, voice and instrumental performances by artists from UMD as well as from across Minnesota and Wisconsin. Before the show, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. each night, the exhibition of UMD faculty and student artworks “Mosaic: How Did We Come to be here?” will be featured in the MPAC lobby.
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