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Hudson Star-Observer

Weather called for delay in homecoming concert

Locally-grown in Hudson, now Twin Cities-based band, Yam Haus, was scheduled to perform at Lakefront Park for Phipps Fest, an annual musical festival thrown by the Phipps Center for the Arts. However, Mother Nature had plans of her own on Saturday, Aug. 6. A heavy rain and storm resulted in...
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5 Fresh Places to Eat, Drink, Play and Stay This Fall

If you've found yourself crooning "purple rain, purple rain" or searching for a raspberry beret, Chicago has an exhibit for you. Prince: The Immersive Experience takes visitors through 10 multidimensional rooms dedicated to the iconic musician. Step into Studio A to mix a hit. Groove to an audiovisual dance party. Practice your sultry stare for the Purple Rain album cover. Presented in partnership with The Prince Estate, the exhibition runs through October 9 at 540 N. Michigan Ave.

Menomonie Theater Guild (8/8/22)

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Red Wing Republican Eagle

Church Mouse column: A semblance of order

Sometimes when I go to a big art gallery the first thing I like to do is go into the gift shop. I find a couple of cards that particularly appeal to me and see if the originals are hanging in the building anywhere. Then I go pay homage. After...
Red Wing Republican Eagle

Letter: An actor, not a reactor

Min MartinOakes is the candidate who is best qualified to serve as City Council representative for Ward 2. Ms. MartinOakes served as a teacher and administrator in public schools for 45 years; 30 of those in Red Wing. Her service to our families gave her skills that will allow her...

Longtime Leader-Telegram journalist Pamela Powers dies at 59

Pamela Powers, a public relations specialist for the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and former (Eau Claire) Leader-Telegram journalist, died Saturday, July 22, 2022, at her home in Boyceville. She was 59. Powers was born on July 13, 1965, in Madison, to Marlene Blaser and Richard Alan Powers. She graduated from...

Enter the PC Fair Talent Show

ELLSWORTH, WI – Do you dance, sing, or play an instrument? Why not enter the Pierce County Fair Talent Show taking place at the fairgrounds on Thursday, August 11, 2022, at 6:30 p.m.?. The Pierce County Fair is seeking amateur entertainers from the area – including St. Croix County....
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Red Cedar Film Festival Finishes Fourth Year

Returning for its fourth year at the end of July, this year’s Red Cedar Film Festival held a specific time slot just for its ‘Midwest Roots’ category and featured more documentary work than in 2021. Held from July 28-July 31 primarily at the Mabel Tainter Theatre in...
Red Wing Republican Eagle

Artists open studios to visitors

Artists across Red Wing welcomed the community into their homes and studios to showcase their work and highlight their inspiration. “There is such a good range of different kinds of art showcased at the tour,” painter Lindsey Cherek said. She sat in her studio at the beginning of the...

Submit your favorite photos in the Focus on Woodbury contest!

Help the City of Woodbury showcase the community and its residents by submitting photos in the 24th annual Focus on Woodbury Photo Contest!. The competition, sponsored by Woodbury Magazine, drew 214 entries last year. It is open to all residents and employees of Woodbury businesses to submit their favorite photos.

Choro Borealis to bring Brazilian music to The Zephyr

“This is some of the happiest music you will ever hear,” says Pat O’Keefe, a member of Choro Borealis. When the five-man band plays its first gig at The Zephyr Theatre Aug. 4, O’Keefe promises, “you cannot help but smile.” These Twin Cities musicians hope to introduce a new audience to the lively musical genre known as choro, which originated in Rio de Janeiro in the late 19th century. With deep African roots, it is related to Dixieland and ragtime from the U.S. and also...
Red Wing Republican Eagle

Weekly planner: Create vases, mugs, stained glass

In this workshop grow your pottery skills by creating hand-built, textured mugs. Instructor Lisa Truax will guide you through creating various styles of mugs using slab and coil techniques. Participants will have the chance to decorate their pieces using colored underglazes. Firing and clear glaze are included with this workshop. Finished pieces will be available for pick up within four weeks following the class.

Video: Wisconsin art gallery raises funds for Ukrainian children

An art gallery in River Falls is on display to raise money for children suffering from the Russian invasion Photo: KSTP. At the Art’s House Gallery in River Falls, you’ll find sunflowers everywhere in the works of art on display. A way to help Ukrainian children, traumatized by...
Hudson Star-Observer

Hudson Raidaires bring hardware home from UDA Camp

For the first time since 2019, the Hudson Varsity Raidaires Dance Team was able to return to the Universal Dance Association camp in Wisconsin Dells from July 11-14. The team competed in the home routine competition with a jazz dance choreographed by coach Gretchen Hoehn and was awarded first place.