Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College has published the sixth edition of its literary and arts anthology, "The Thunderbird Review." The journal features writing and art submitted by FDLTCC students and northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin residents.
Khary Jackson is a poet, playwright, dancer and musician. He is a Minneapolis resident and alumnus of Cave Canem, the esteemed writing fellowship for black writers. He has written 12 plays. One of those, "Water," was produced in 2009 at Ink and Pulp Theatre in Chicago.
State agencies continue to consult with sovereign tribal nations to gain input and knowledge to inform their decisions related to the project. Information gathered through this consultation process is reflected in the EIS. Meanwhile, Enbridge is aware that once a route is permitted, should any deviation occur outside current survey areas, further consultation with tribes, the state and federal agencies will be required.
How on earth would D. Gene's feisty sister, Maxie (Weckert), allow herself to get caught up in such a bizarre undercover police assignment? And that's just his family. The play features three new actors to the CST stage: Cassandra Gibson, Shey Peterson and Randy Sorenson.
On March 15, nearly 200 eighth-graders from Cloquet Middle School were given the opportunity to travel to St. Paul's Park Square Theatre to view Goodrich and Hackett's production of "The Diary of Anne Frank."
> The event, hosted by Regent David McMillan, is part of the 2018 Minnesota Sparks series at the Cloquet Forestry Center, 175 University Rd. Minnesota Sparks in Cloquet features three University of Minnesota researchers:
I get along well with other kitties and would love to join your family and spoil you with love and laughter! I am only 9 1/2 months old so I still have that kitten energy, but I enjoy lots of snuggle time.
>The shift toward healthy eating is everywhere. Fast-food chains like Chipotle, Quiznos, Starbucks, Subway, Taco Bell and Wendy's all offer plant-based options. Major publications and popular websites tout vegan recipes.
In a guest commentary by Brian Hunhoff, a "journalist" from the Yankton County (S.D.) Observer ("Are truth and freedom getting flushed away?," March 15), Mr. Hunhoff writes five columns of hatred for our president. Don't we have enough Trump haters around here that we don't have to import one?
Cinder is one of the sweetest cats and just loves to be held and petted. She is afraid of dogs, so she can't go to home she would share with a dog.