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Sep 23rd

'POPS' Montgomery Senior Jazz Band of Minnesota performs

'POPS' Montgomery Senior Jazz Band of Minnesota performsUnder the direction of 'POPS' Montgomery, the Senior Jazz Band of Minnesota has been active in the West Saint Paul community and the greater Twin Cities communities since March of 2008. The first Senior Jazz Band of Minnesota anniversary and awards presentation was held in April 2009.
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Bruce Willis back in futuristic sci-fi thriller

It’s Boston in 2017, a time when people live in near total isolation from one another. Instead of ever leaving their homes, they send remote-controlled robots out into the world as their virtual emissaries. In this scenario, you are legally allowed to rely on a surrogate that looks like a younger version of yourself, although it’s a felony to control a computerized clone registered to someone else.
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Ordway seeking nominations for 2009 Sally Awards

Ordway Center for the Performing Arts is seeking nominations for the 2009 Sally Ordway Irvine Awards. These prestigious awards, now in their 17th year, provide an opportunity to recognize and honor extraordinary achievements in the visual and performing arts throughout Minnesota.
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OPENING THIS WEEK For movies opening September 25, 2009

Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun

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Book review: “Forward from this Moment”

So, what do you think? Go ahead. Spill your mind. You have something to say about the economy, politics, local infrastructure, road conditions, today’s youth, TV programs, the weather, your favorite team’s quarterback, some guy overseas, troops overseas, and the music that’s on the radio. You might as well just speak your mind because it seems, these days, everybody has an opinion.
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Tyler Perry back in drag for a music-driven morality play

I Can Do Bad All by Myself is the sixth Tyler Perry play to be adapted to the big screen. Much like his previous productions, this faith-based message movie was crafted with an African American audience in mind, between all the down-home humor and earnest moralizing around universal themes particularly of relevance to the Black community.
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DVD Chronicles African-American’s salvation via sermonizing and painting

Albert Wagner (1924-2006) freely acknowledged that he frittered away his first half-century on Earth chasing skirts. A slave to wine and women, he fathered 20 children between his wife and his mistresses.
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