Arts & Entertainment
By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer Dr. Mark Moe, of Randall, always wanted to travel  to faraway places. But he never dreamed he’d end up in Europe, 270 B.C. Part action saga and part love story, Moe’s new historical fiction novel “The Crucible of Man” follows the journey of a man named Carp...Read More
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By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer At six feet five inches, Charlie Peterka would tower over Julia Child, but he does know his way around a kitchen. In the newest show from Great River Arts TV, Peterka puts his skills to good use as the host of a new cooking show that focuses on “food, family and [...Read More
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Artist’s latest work playfully explores diverse styles and genres By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer The latest offering at Great River Arts visual arts gallery is called “Color Play”, a bright, genre-bending collection of work by Little Falls resident Judy Uebelacker.  The story behind Color ...Read More
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By Liz Verley, Staff Writer No holiday celebration would be complete without the appearance of Santa. Thursday Santa will be found at the fourth annual Randall Holly Day where he will hand out treats plus those wishing too may have a free photo taken with him. Santa will be located at the Randall V...Read More
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Senior Macy Hennen, daughter of Scott and Sara Hennen, has been named Healy High School’s Artist of the Month for October. At school, she is involved with track.  Outside of school, Hennen spends time traveling, playing tennis and working. Hennen is pictured holding an Assemblage “junk” scul...Read More
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