STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Fitger's gets love
Fitgers Brewhouse gets a shout-out in the February issue of Midwest Living magazine. The hot spot landed in a compilation of Favorite Midwest Craft Breweries. The Brewhouse shares space in the Fab E... Posted on 1/16/13 at 12:00 AM
SHELF LIFE: DISCUSSING BOOKS The Long-Shining Waters
The Long-Shining Waters by Danielle Sosin is our next book review. This is a request from one of our readers, Jane Levenson...thank you Jane for your comment.
Taken from the front inside cover: Fri... Posted on 9/10/11 at 10:24 AM
SUNDOG Old Navy Acting Brand New
Clothing retailer Old Navy is acting anything but old.
Their new ad campaign partners with the song-identifying app Shazam to merge their television advertising with mobile and their website, with ve... Posted on 4/8/11 at 8:16 AM
MODERN-DAY JANE Pleasantly Surprised
Let me start off by saying that I am not a film expert by ANY definition. I mean, I love romantic comedies. Not all of them, but that's my preference. I also like historical (usually British) films an... Posted on 1/31/11 at 4:28 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Guide Star
What is Guide Star? It is about non-profits. You can find out about non-profits in your region, quality charities, and make a difference. Write a review of a non-profit.
www.GuideStar.org... Posted on 5/1/10 at 3:26 PM
Don’t mess with those wily wives of Windsor, man.
They are not the sorts to be wooed astray by romantic sentiments such as: Hey, you aren’t young, I’m not young. You’re married, so am I. You like booze, I like booze. Let’s get together.
Richard Roeper column: Given the wretched and sometimes wonderful excesses of Baz Luhrmann’s “Romeo and Juliet” and “Moulin Rouge,” it turns out Luhrmann’s “Gatsby” is first and foremost F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Gatsby.”
REVIEW: Symphony Hall at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center was elegantly rowdy on Saturday night, and the mysterious “Q” was in the first violin section. For two hours the energy and intrigue of James Bond filled the room — 50 years of music and seductive espionage.
The production of “Oh, Coward!,” a program that incorporates the works of writer-actor-director-composer-etc. Noel Coward, opened Thursday at The Underground starring three of the biggest locals in the biz: Cal Metts, Jeff Madison and Vicki Fingalson.
REVIEW: One way to evaluate the success of a modest performance is to pay attention to the breathing of the audience. When the audience responds in unison — smiling, sighing, choking, even suspending breathing — you can tell that the actors are fully in control of the situation.
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