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Syriana (06/18/2006)
Available this week on video and DVD, Syriana is easy to admire but difficult to love. Those who liked "Traffic,"¯ for which screenwriter Stephen Geghan won an Oscar a couple of years ago, will under ... 

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Winona needs identity, icon (06/14/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- When you see the impressive Gateway Arch, you know you're in St. Louis. The Mall defines Washington, D.C. The Space Needle means Seattle. Goofy or not, when you see the giant statue of Paul Bunyan, yo ... 

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An Esor by any other name (06/11/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Isn't it funny how events in our own lives make us see things in the news we would probably never pay attention to otherwise? You don't look at lawnmower ads unless you have a lawn. You don't read art ... 

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Arts volunteers honored (06/07/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Pick a night, any night"¦in Winona, and you can find an arts event to occupy your time and enrich your life. This is not true of all cities, especially ones our size. Concerts, plays, films, gallery s ... 

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Experiencing success (05/31/2006)
By Paul Durand -- As we come to the end of yet another school year, our thoughts turn to the many successes of the past and our dreams for the future. Have you ever wondered why our American culture seems to clamor so  ... 

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Irish road trip (05/31/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- We just returned from a family trip to Northern Ireland, one of the most beautiful places on earth that we've ever seen. It was a trip to show our kids a tiny bit of their ancestry "” the home, enviro ... 

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The Da Vinci Code (05/31/2006)
By David Robinson -- Film versions of best-selling novels are almost invariably disappointments, especially to those who have read and loved the book. The reasons for the inevitable shortfall are so numerous as to occupy ... 

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Compiling your photo history, Part 3 (05/24/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- As you probably know, many of yesteryear's photographs were not taken care of as they should have been. They became dirty, torn, or worse. You might be able to correct a minor problem, but if the dama ... 

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Growing Concerns - 5/24/06 (05/24/2006)
By Dr. Martha Erickson -- Question: When I take my 2-year-old daughter to friends' homes, she starts doing all kinds of things she would never do at home. I can't understand why...she knows better! It seems like she's trying ... 

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Poseidon (05/24/2006)
By David Robinson -- Poseidon suffers from a paradoxical problem: the action is too nonstop, but when the characters open their mouths, one wants them to shut up and get moving again. The outcome of this remake of The Po ... 

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