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Costume designers have to think about how clothes are going to look when actors put them on, but for the Guthrie Theater’s new production of Guys and Dolls, designer Kara Harmon had a reverse challenge of sorts as well. “We have striptease scenes in the Hot Box [nightclub],” explains Harmon. “So ...
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Quinn Nystrom of Baxter, Minnesota was 10 years old in 1996, when her little brother got diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. She promised him she would do everything she could to find a cure and make his life easier as he managed his illness. When she was diagnosed herself at 13, she didn’t let up. She spoke in ...
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Witches throughout history have been in tune with the natural world, making magic and medicine with plants. Mint for easing muscle stress. Marigold compresses to treat burns. Marjoram to soothe frayed nerves and sore throats. Today, in south Minneapolis, one witch in particular is carrying on that tradition, ...
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Here's our top picks for this to do this week. WEDNESDAY 6.19 Dior to Disco: Fashion in the Era of Second Wave Feminism Goldstein Museum of Design   The Goldstein Museum of Design, the little museum with a collection larger than that of the Weisman Art Museum and the Walker Art Center combined, once again ...
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Aim that neuralyzer right at my head, people, because Men in Black: International is an experience to forget. The movie takes everything special about Men in Black—a uniquely weird universe, humor running from highbrow to lowbrow, the incomparable odd couple chemistry of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones—and ...
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I found your column after a Google search. I saw your e-mail address at the bottom and was hoping for some insight. My issue is this: Two years into our 23-year marriage, my wife declared that she didn’t want to kiss me or perform oral on me. Several years ago, she had an affair and confessed that she not ...
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Dizzy Fae is awash in golden light, trailing a single finger up the leg of her jumpsuit and across her torso, along her jawline, drawing a part through her two-toned braids.  “She taught me everything I know,” she sings, as a barely-there synth sparkles in the background. The camera pulls ...
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Desserts are a universal language, and if you were to ask anyone from the South West Asia/North Africa (SWANA) region, we take our desserts as seriously as we would a main entrée. Dessert is a showstopper on all fronts, from a visual and taste perspective, often clouding up the dinner or coffee table well ...
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As May tipped into June, the Pelican Rapids Press did what all small papers do for their small towns: posted a nice photo spread of the high school commencement ceremony on Facebook. The shots included plenty of scenes from the day, and plenty of students – some beaming, some nervous, some holding balloons, ...
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Witches throughout history have been in tune with the natural world, making magic and medicine with plants. Mint for easing muscle stress. Marigold compresses to treat burns. Marjoram to soothe frayed nerves and sore throats. Today, in south Minneapolis, one witch in particular is carrying on that tradition, ...
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