Arts & Entertainment

Alice Peacock will perform at Festival Theatre in St. Croix Falls Nov 1. The Nashville-based recording artist has released five albums as a major label and independent artist. Her eponymously titled album Alice Peacock featured the hit “Bliss,” a duet with John Mayer and her most recent CD, Myrick/Peacock is a duo project with longtime […]

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Mixed media sculpture by Gail Katz-James   A series of exhibitions will be on view through Oct. 26 in The Galleries of The Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson, Wis. The exhibits feature blown glass and neon sculpture by Eoin Breadon (Hudson); cyanotypes and screenprints by Laura Brown (formerly of St. Paul and recently […]

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BY DENA URBANO CONTRIBUTING WRITER Century College’s theater department is taking a humorous avenue this fall with its production of the British farce, “Charley’s Aunt,” written by Brandon Thomas and directed by Randy Winkler. “Charley’s Aunt” is a comedy that follows the story of two friends, Charley and Jack, who are undergraduates at Oxford University. […]

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Download coupon for 50% off one item – then head to your favorite Goodwill store and brew up an awesome costume for less. By Sarah Carlson Editor, Real Housewives of Minnesota Every year, I tell myself that I’m going to top last year’s Halloween costumes. I aim to be craftier, trendier – and most importantly, […]

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‘A Century of Theater Organ’ Oct. 18 Ron Rhode will perform “A Century of Theater Organ”on the Wurlitzer theater pipe organ on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at The Phipps. The organist will cover a wide spectrum of music from the vintage theater organ era of the teens, ‘20s, ‘30s and ‘40s in the […]

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Applause Theater Company presents two one-act plays, Embers by Bob Galligan and Bird Icon by Jim Lundy, starring Amy Luedtke, Chad Snyder and Gary Davis. Audiences can enjoy two short plays by Minnesota playwrights that take a comic and poignant look at the ties and entanglements between fathers and daughters (and boyfriends). Performances are: • […]

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