Arts & Entertainment

A full auditorium cheered and whistled at Forest Lake High School’s fifth-annual Rangers Have Talent Show last Thursday. Sixteen student entries, ranging from solos to four-member bands, entertained with music and dancing.

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Local author publishes before passing away From 1929, when she was born in a small Minnesota town, to 2013, when she died in a senior apartment in Wyoming, Laurel Carey lived an interesting life. Parts of her life are revealed in “Sunset Manor,” a book she published last August. There’s just enough autobiography worked into [...]

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Masquers dinner theatre at Vannelli’s Set in a hotel room at the Plaza Hotel in New York City, the latest Masquers Theatre production is a three-act comedy showing three different relationships. Masquers is partnering with Vannelli’s by the Lake to present a dinner theater show of “Plaza Suite” by Neil Simon. The show will be [...]

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Disney musical performed by young cast After five months of rehearsing, it’s finally almost here. Starting Feb. 7, the 72 children of Children’s Performing Arts, ages 4 to 12, will present a musical in colorful costumes with a live orchestra. “Disney’s Aladdin Jr.” is a stage version of the popular 1992 movie (a children’s adaptation of [...]

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A chance to see top  teen musicians The 27th annual Suburban East Conference Music Festival will be held at Forest Lake High School all day Monday, Feb. 3. During the day, top bands, choirs and orchestras from Hastings, Roseville, White Bear Lake, Park, Forest Lake, Mounds View, Stillwater, East Ridge, Woodbury and Cretin-Derham Hall  high schools will [...]

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