BY ANGIE HONG FEATURED COLUMNIST In the days leading up to this year’s Twin Cities Marathon, I chewed my finger nails down to nubs, twisted my stomach up in knots, and grew progressively more and more nervous about the upcoming race. By Saturday, I was already preemptively depressed about how poorly I would run the [...]

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BY MARTY LARSON GAZETTE COLUMNIST I’ll admit it. I really don’t like working out. The thought of it, the preparation for it, the concept of “working” out, all of it doesn’t resonate with me. That might sound a bit odd for someone who works in the fitness industry and owns a fitness studio. But I [...]

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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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Girls ages 6-12 may audition for the DelMonico Dance “Divas” non-competitive performing team. This group of girls will learn and perform dance routines at local, professional events in the Twin Cities. Divas practice twice a month and as needed to prepare for performances. Participants do not need prior experience to audition. DelMonico Dance does offer [...]

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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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