The St. Louis County Board recognized artist Carl Gawboy with the Board’s “Excellence in the Arts & Sciences” award on Tuesday, Nov. 1. The award is for those county residents who have excelled in the fields of arts and sciences. Gawboy was nominated by Second District County Commissioner Steve O’Neil.
So I’m experiencing a great deal of frustration right now, a frustration that grows out of things beyond my control. I know, I know, “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, recognize the things I can’t control ...” blabbity blabbity bloo. All I know is, things aren’t going the way I’d like them to go, and no Serenity Prayer is going to help me out of this funk.
Ever thought something was a bad idea? Now’s your chance to bury it, or at least burn it. While you are at it, you can participate in a funeral march for bad ideas. The bad ideas will be written on paper and burned at the fourth annual All Souls Night.
Believe it or not, belly dancing may help raise money for the local Animal Allies Human Society thanks to an event called Shimmy for the Shelter.
A committee of six has been working countless hours since the spring to put together the fifth annual event in hopes that it will be their biggest and best yet.
Two Harbors musician Rachel Nelson will come together with her 3 of Cups bandmates (including Madison singer/songwriter Tracy Comer) this weekend in Duluth. PLUS: A "reprint" of Perrine's last feature on Nelson, which appeared in the Budgeteer in 2008.
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