Have you ever had a situation where someone has been so negative and rude to you that it makes you really upset?
Art is the outward act of self-expression. Whether art is visual, musical, literary or performing, art is individual in creation and interpretation.
Calling all aspiring Minnesota writers! The Minnesota Author Project statewide contest is underway and will continue to accept submissions through May 31. The Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA) joins libraries throughout the state in announcing the call for entries.
Carver County Library received a grant to purchase Elementary STEM kits that are available for checkout by patrons for use across the County.
Sunday, March 15, 2020 was one of the saddest days in the 37 year history of Feed My Starving Children. In the middle of receiving over 100 volunteers for a rare and very special Sunday packing session, the organization abruptly closed its doors because of the COVID pandemic.
This may sound like a personal question, but are you hearing voices in your head? Maybe those voices are talking now and asking, “What kind of a question is that?” or “Why do you want to know?” or “Is that a problem?”
I would like to see an end to the filibuster in the U.S. Senate. It was not part of the original Senate rules. It was put in place in the Jim Crow area, when racist southern senators used it to delay passage of important civil rights legislation.
In residential developments, you will often see small ponds throughout the neighborhoods. These are stormwater ponds, created to collect stormwater runoff which is rainwater or snowmelt that runs off streets, parking lots, rooftops and compacted lawns.
We would like to express our gratitude and applaud the quick and absolutely professional response of the staff at the Chanhassen Snap Fitness.
April is national Volunteer Appreciation Month and I want to thank all the volunteers out there that make our communities stronger, safer and healthier for everyone. Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers are needed more than ever at nonprofits and we applaud all of you that are…
Most of us believe for our democracy to work for us all it must include us all, no matter our race, background, income or zip code. Throughout our history we have fought to make sure every eligible American is able to cast their vote and have it counted. Our collective future relies on us to…
It has become quite clear that corporations delving into politics doesn’t work too well. The recent Georgia voter integrity bill (SB202) finds 16 entities protesting against the law. Clearly, they have embarrassed themselves with their lack of knowledge as to what the bill contains. Bowing t…
For the first time in over 200 years after an election, the United States of America did not have a peaceful transfer of power. This was due in large part to the “Big Lie” promulgated by many Republicans claiming voter fraud and polling station shenanigans.
The Spring Online Author Series continues with Chris Riemenschneider 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 28. The author of “First Avenue: Minnesota’s Mainroom” will talk about Prince, and the club where he made rock (and purple) history.
How patient are you? When we were young and became impatient, we remember our parents saying to us, “Patience is a virtue.” We don’t know about you, but for us, those words didn’t necessarily make us feel better or help us become more patient. Then we wondered, what was so “virtuous” about p…
For far too long, Gov. Tim Walz has abused his authority and completely disregarded the separation of powers enshrined in the Minnesota Constitution. During what is now the longest peacetime emergency in state history, Walz has shut down businesses, churches and schools.
With regards to the March 25 story on the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres (CDT), "Dinner theater drops 'Cinderella': Plans push for diversity." Michael Brindisi deciding to, “start fresh with a clean slate” with the diversity of the cast would logically, and reasonably have to extend to the diver…
As we head into spring with a renewal of spirit, we are taking stock on where we are, what we can do better and our collective future. We look for a more just democracy where everyone is included and represented. A democracy for all the people — not just the powerful and wealthy.
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