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Monroe Crossing to Perform at Pioneer Place

The Midwest's Premier Bluegrass and Gospel group is performing tonight (Monday) in downtown St. Cloud. Monroe Crossing brings their "Bluegrass Christmas" show to the Pioneer Place on Fifth.

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Quite Adept, Flickr
Quite Adept, Flickr
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St. Cloud Authors Join Together to Begin National Novel Writing Month [AUDIO]

November is National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo (nano-rhymo) and people all around the country will be signing up to complete a 50,000 word novel in the span of one month. A group of about half a dozen aspiring writer met for a group writing session at the St. Cloud Public Library last night to kick off the event.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Plymouth Artist Wins 2011 Federal Duck Stamp Contest

A Minnesota artist has won the 2011 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest for the fourth time. Joseph Hautman of Plymouth painted a green-headed wood duck paddling on the water.

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Mandana (on and off), Flickr
Mandana (on and off), Flickr
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U-of-M’s Weisman Art Museum Reopens after $14-Million Expansion

The Weisman Art Museum reopened to the public Sunday afternoon after being closed for a year for a $14-million remodeling project.

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Patrons can add their thoughts to this art piece from "Navigating the Aftermath" (Abby Faulkner)
Patrons can add their thoughts to this art piece from "Navigating the Aftermath" (Abby Faulkner)
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Traveling Art/Film Exhibit Explores the Effects of Iraq War on American, Iraqi Lives [AUDIO, VIDEO]

A new and topical traveling film and visual art exposition has arrived in St. Cloud. The Paramount Theatre is hosting,"Navigating the Aftermath" which tells the collective story of lives, both American and Iraqi, impacted by the Iraq War.

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New Central Minnesota Arts, Entertainment Website Launched [AUDIO]

If you're looking for a night out on the town, there's a new website available that promises to be a one-stop place for arts and entertainment options. The website aroundthecloud.org launched last (Wednesday) night.

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Enjoy Live Concerts Again This Summer In Richmond

Richmond's Centennial Park will come alive with music again this summer. The Richmond Arts and Music Council will host a series of free concerts every other Tuesday, starting with their first concert tonight.

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Conference Shares Skills And Love Of Writing With Area Students

Nearly 1,000 area grade schoolers with writing aspirations will be participating in the "Young Authors, Young Artist" conference tomorrow. The theme is "Celebrate Minnesota: Write from Home," suggesting students use their surroundings as inspiration.

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Original Games Designed By SCSU Art Students Entertain And Educate [AUDIO]

An art class at St. Cloud State University is using tools like Google Earth, campus maps and special codes in a series of high-tech scavenger hunts. Today, the class tested out the games all over the SCSU campus. The students' projects take players from spot to spot, gathering clues and answering questions.

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St. John's Abbey -- fall day in 2008
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British Choir To Perform Friday At Collegeville

The College of St. Benedict and St. John's University are hosting their annual spring concert tomorrow night. The event will feature the choir from St. Martin-In-The-Fields Church in London, which is the royal parish church.

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