Life could be a dream for the Crooning Crabcakes, four teens trying to make it big back in the 1960s. Denny, Eugene, Wally, and Skip try their luck at winning the Big Whopper Radio singing contest, sure they’ll steal the limelight and become stars in no time. But when lovely Lois steals their hearts and the boys vie for her attention, the music hits a sour note and life threatens to become a nightmare.
Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts hosts three writers, James Cihlar, William Reichard and Mary Jo Thompson, for a special Valentine’s Day reading at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14. The reading will be titled “Odi et Amo” meaning “I hate and I love.”
Lyric Arts announces a new series of education workshops to be offered as spring break day camps, running Monday through Friday, March 10-14. Three different camps will be offered to students grades K-12.
With voices lifted toward the heavens and the Holy Spirit igniting each note with passionate sounds of praise, Revs. Mark Tiede and Peter Nycklemoe spent their St. Olaf College years as part of the acclaimed college choir.