Monthly Archives: January 2011

A Night at the Runestone Museum

OK, this was Friday night – the opening salvo of a busy weekend. I’m still trying to catch up! [Arlou Behing and Gary Lund as Nicolina and Knute Nelson.] “A Night at . . .” began a few years ago … Continue reading

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Alexandria Aces . . . and Cam

Here is a recent feature by WCCO on the Aces:   Finding Minnesota: Alexandria Aces Bring Fans To Their Feet aces   And since many of you no doubt were concerned or wondering how Brother Cam did in his audition … Continue reading

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Carmen, Cara and Mo

A vaudeville team? A burlesque act? Sandwich names at the Carnegie Deli? Nope, an opera and the last two players-of-the-game. A busy weekend for the cub reporter ended with a performance of Bizet’s Carmen at JHS yesterday. The performance, sponsored … Continue reading

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Senior Night 3-fer

Initially, I have to offer my sincerest apologies to Sam Ellingson. As girls’ hockey senior night emcee, I lost my way (as occasionally happens to true “seniors”) in the 5-page script and missed a half page in her presentation. Lighting … Continue reading

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Photos

Trumm file photos from the DL game that I found either aesthetically pleasing (i.e., no blue garbage cans) or athletically relevant. Plus, there are some of the JV. Plus plus, the Brainerd game photos are already in! The JayVees:

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The Blue Garbage Can . . .

(and views from the shower stall.) You may have previously noticed, as you will from the following Trumm file photos at the Little Falls game, that the aesthetics of a photograph is often ruined by the appearance of an unsightly … Continue reading

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The Good, The Bad, and . . .

(Well, the ugly would be my 63-year old feet.) Last night seemed like the first Thursday in a long, long time where we didn’t have a home sporting event. So, the supervisor and I felt free to indulge in our … Continue reading

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