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COLUMNS : GUEST COLUMNIST  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Shakespeare kicks butt (02/23/2011)
By Paul Barnes -- I’m writing from Syracuse, New York, where I begin rehearsals this week for a production of The Miracle Worker, William Gibson’s play about Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller, which I’m directing at Syra ... 

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An ode to Piano Pat (and my soon-to-be Bräutigam) (02/20/2011)
By Sarah Squires -- Last month Chris and I took a trip, a real trip crossing states and such. This is big news for people like us, who usually spend our free time whittling sticks and shooing possums and other Wisconsiny ... 

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The night Led Zeppelin played in Winona and nobody knew it (02/20/2011)
From: Steve “Cooker” Koch

Having just watched A “Biography” episode on the A&E network about the rock and roll band Led Zeppelin, I recalled the story told to me by my pal Bob Rydman.

Led Zeppeli ... 

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Mystery garden (05/30/2010)
By Sarah Squires -- My experiences with flower gardening are not much to brag about. But if you came out to my new little abode planted next to Merrick State Park, you might think that there was at least a little color i ... 

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Going country (01/27/2010)
By Sarah Squires -- In summer, every guest is a surprise. The forest is thick with greenery, blocking the telltale signs, muffling the whistle of the train as it squeals past, blocking out the highway and its parade of l ... 

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Now you’ve gone and done it (12/27/2009)
By Paul Barnes -- During this, our annual seeming-to-hibernate period of off-season dormancy, we’ve received encouraging signs from the world outside Southeastern Minnesota. Clearly, people are taking notice of Winona ... 

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A culture of giving (06/20/2007)
Giving comes down to an individual desire to make our society better. A community with a strong commitment to giving - be it money, time or other resources - is a community that cares about, and for, ... 

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The impact of tourism on the Winona area (05/23/2007)
Over the past decade, travel and tourism in the United States have grown tremendously, and this rapid growth has raised awareness of this industry, especially in the cities and towns known for tourism ... 

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The art of bathing Raisin (05/20/2007)
By Sarah Squires -- Owning a dog can be one of the most fulfilling experiences in life, a unique and deep friendship, a pleasant sort of codependence. As in any relationship, there are the unsavory factors, including cho ... 

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Into Air, Into Thin Air
It’s difficult to believe this is our last week
(08/02/2006)
By Paul Barnes -- Seems like only yesterday we were assembling in the Performing Arts Center Theatre at Winona State, nervously anticipating Season 3, eager to reunite with company members and local friends from season ... 

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