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The Minneapolis space speaks well for Minnesota. "We’re much more open and experimental than I think the country sometimes gives us credit for," artist Venus DeMars said.
Auditions for the Madhatters Community Theatre show, 'Chicago,' were held last weekend, Jan. 6 and 7. The musical will be staged during the last two weekends of March.
Once the dam is removed, it will be replaced with a set of rapids created by the installation of boulders, a project that will allow fish to navigate that stretch of the Pelican River.
Zug Zug, Zara and Baby Oog have arrived! Two life-size "cave people" sculptures, encased in fake ice, can be found at the Detroit Lakes City Park through Feb. 26.

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Cynthia Dickinson won the landscape category for her rainy evening shot of a stream near Ely.
The New York Mills Regional Cultural Center recently hosted a celebration of 30 years in their building and 32 years in operation.
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Carpenter Thomas Spence's side job is capturing the essence of the wild along the North Shore of Lake Superior and the Superior National Forest.
Consider how resident view Wadena and how visitors view Wadena. What's the difference?
Peter Schjeldahl was born in North Dakota and grew up in Minnesota. He found his voice in poetry and turned it to the visual arts, becoming a noted art critic. He also returned home and supported the installation of a controversial statue.
Projects are coming together and more are developing in Wadena.

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A Twin Cities-based flamenco performance group visited the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center on Wednesday, Oct. 12 to share their art with the community.
Essentially, placemaking is a strategy and effort to realize the benefits of creativity and place-based identity in a town.
Participation in creative activities with others or even alone, improves feelings of loneliness which is associated with a variety of health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, a weakened immune system, anxiety, depression, cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s disease, and even death.

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