HEALTHY TIDBITS Port Cities Luncheon
This event recognizes women volunteers who have given a life time of volunteering in the Twin Ports. It is always difficult with so many exceptional women who have given their time out of the goodness... Posted on 4/19/10 at 12:22 PM
STAFF BLOG WHILE YOU WERE IN... Billy Crudup's remote connection to
One of Sheryl Jensen's "break a leg" voicemails was definitely worth keeping: Actor Billy Cruddup heard she was directing the Duluth Playhouse's production of "Rent" and ... Posted on 4/7/10 at 6:13 AM
The NorShor is not ready for the events, according to a news release from the Duluth Playhouse. The artists who were going to perform tonight, Friday and Saturday are being rescheduled to appear July 1-3.
The characters and plot of the Oscar-nominated film have been transposed from Sheffield, England, to Buffalo, N.Y., but we knew way before Thursday’s front page that in these economic hard times it is easy to imagine this story taking place in a city on the Iron Range.
Bridger Zadina made the leap to Hollywood from his rural home in Poplar in September 2006 as an unknown actor. On Tuesday night, a prime-time audience will get a chance to see Bridger’s first starring role.
Regardless of how you know Robert Harling’s emotionally charged account of his sister succumbing to Type 1 diabetes, there’s no denying that its story of a group of women dealing with the loss of a loved one holds a special place in the hearts of many.
Friendships, gossip and drama are set in a Louisiana town with a beauty shop as a backdrop in “Steel Magnolias,” opening at the Duluth Playhouse tonight. Plus, there's "The Diviners at UMD and "Wonder of the World at Teatro Zuccone.
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