A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Tai Chi: What Goes Around Comes Around
It had only been two days on this mountain in Hubei province.
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STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY A real life Eva Gabor? - Areavoices Digest #80
If you're over a certain age...ahem...you grew up not only watching this ridiculous show but singing it's catchy lyrics.
Green acres is the place for me.
Farm livin' is the life for me.
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OH, LOOK A SHINY THING! To Be or Not To Be... Silly
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DNT file photo of the Harbor City Roller Dames
If Facebook chatter is any kind of indication of how big an event will be, and I have to believe it is, then the Harbor City Roller Dames bout with Miss... Posted on 12/16/09 at 7:31 PM
“Who’s Yer Daddy?” edited by Jim Elledge and David Groff (University of Wisconsin Press, $26.95) is a fascinating look at writers and artists who inspired the work of gay writers and artists by the gay writers and artists themselves.
On April 12, the SCC eighth grade choir had a new performance experience. The group performed “The Star Spangled Banner” at the start of a Harlem Globetrotters game in the Target Center in Minneapolis.
Hudson resident Rob Bignell has released a new book titled “headin’ to the cabin.” Cabin-goers to Wisconsin’s north woods now have available the most complete listing of the region’s day hiking trails in the new book.
At 3 p.m. Thursday, April 18, the UW-River Falls College of Arts and Sciences presents “The Tragedy of Arthur,” the story by Arthur Phillips about William Shakespeare’s lost play on King Arthur. The author, Phillips, will be present.
Three American presidents lead off this week’s roster of books: Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon. You could fill libraries with what has already been written by these guys, but leave it to the scholars — they can always find a niche that’s unfilled.
All high school-age students from western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota are invited to submit one recent original work in any media — drawing, painting, collage, photography, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, or other fine crafts — for display in the Annual Area High School Art Exhibition, which will run April 27 through May 11 in The Galleries of The Phipps Center for the Arts.
I’m way behind in my coverage of the Scandinavian thriller surge in world publishing, not having even read a Stieg Larsson thriller, so I’ll try to make it up by reviewing a finely wrought thriller by first-time Swedish author Alexander Soderberg. It’s “The Andalucian Friend,” (Crown, $26), translated by Neil Smith.
Pictured are, from left, Sarah O’Conner (Susan Dahl, Hudson), the mother, and Liz (Michelle Storm, Woodbury), one of her daughters, during a rehearsal scene of “The O’Conner Girls.” The play will run April 5-21 at the Phipps in Hudson.
The Phipps Oratorio Society Chorus and Orchestra will perform Cantique de Jean Racine by Gabriel Fauré, Cantata 56 by J. S. Bach, and “Gloria” by Antonio Vivaldi on Sunday, March 24, at 2 p.m. at Bethel Highlands Church, 504 Frontage Road.
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