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Cloquet High School presents Dorothy in Wonderland, a perfect show for kids of all ages. Evening show times run Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7, with a matinee on Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $9 for adults, $7 for students and can be purchased at the door beginning one hour prior to each show
I grew up in an era where cool jeans came outfitted with a tiny red rectangular tag and a number somewhere in the 500s.
The hardest part about going on vacation is getting going.
I’m throwing in the workout towel, hanging up my tennis shoes and reaching for a thick slice of pizza — with extra cheese, please.
I do understand roadway etiquette, or the unwritten standards of protocol every license-wielding driver should abide by. Trouble is, lots of them don’t.
I found myself humming a tune I’d heard on the radio, “I came in like a rainbow…. La la la de da….” Like many songs, most of the words eluded me, but I sang the ones I knew for sure.
My husband is not a frequent shopper. He avoids the hobby. Abhor is a strong word, but I think it’s pretty close to how my husband regards the in-store experience...
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I wanted a kayak. It was a simple request I repeated repeatedly. I talked about how we would go kayaking this summer on the lake. We’d have a blast making family memories while building our triceps and getting a tan. I communicated as clearly as I could, in English, which is the language they speak. I wanted a kayak. They got me a blender.
Remember when people used to carry photos of their kids in their wallets? Now they show off pictures of their pets and prom dresses on their smartphones. We live at a time where you communicate with your neighbors via Facebook instead of over the backyard fence and we no longer need to hold a book to read one.