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Sterling brings 'family-fueled' show

“At Christmas” doesn’t claim to be an extravaganza.

The Republican Eagle, 12/12/2012

'Babes' brings music, romance to Sheldon

“Babes in Toyland: The Musical” has all the elements of a holiday show: A stage full of cute kids, a handful of familiar friendly adults, nasty villains, colorful costumes and Christmassy set pieces.

The Republican Eagle, 12/08/2012

Music school holds grand opening Saturday at Anderson Center

Mike Arturi doesn’t call his Universal Music Center a rock ‘n’ roll school. To him, it’s “a music school that rocks.”

The Republican Eagle, 12/07/2012

Let it snow, let it snow

Mike Martino is really, really hoping for snow.

The Republican Eagle, 12/03/2012

Good, love prevail in 'Babes in Toyland'

If dancing Christmas trees aren’t enough to get you in the holiday spirit, consider the themes embedded in “Babes in Toyland: The Musical” — Good always triumphs over evil; love will prevail.

The Republican Eagle, 12/03/2012

Have a Tower View holiday

The Anderson Center’s annual Holiday Celebration of the Arts on Dec. 8 will offer more art, music and literature than ever before.

The Republican Eagle, 12/02/2012

Meet me in St. Louis

The St. Louis Gateway Arch can be seen from miles away. You have to get up close to discover there is much more to the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial than its iconic arch.

The Republican Eagle, 11/27/2012

Huge cast assembled for 'Babes in Toyland'

A cast of nearly 80 actors — men, women, teenagers, boys and girls of all ages — has been assembled to appear in “Babes in Toyland,” a musical extravaganza to be performed Dec. 6-9 at the Sheldon Theatre.

The Republican Eagle, 11/04/2012

'Big Pants and Botox' comes to Sheldon

“Big Pants and Botox,” a one-woman comedy that’s been a big hit in the United Kingdom, will make its United States premier at 7 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Sheldon Theatre.

The Republican Eagle, 11/04/2012

Pepin community film premiers Friday

The film version of an original short story created by one of Minnesota’s favorite authors, Mary Logue, will get its first public screening Friday at the Widespot Performing Arts Center in Stockholm.

The Republican Eagle, 10/23/2012

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