May 2, 2012
Most times when I write, I have an idea I am attempting to work through. But lately, there is so much swirling around in my brain that I don't even know where to start. Here are just a few things that have been on my mind:
April 29, 2012
She lounges in the chair that faces the wall of windows with passing views of the valley as the sun dances on the Mississippi River that lies within the bordering bluffs. She has plenty of room and she is plenty comfortable.
April 19, 2012
Andy Nelson at Blooming Grounds By Alexandria Fisher
Butternut squash soup and coffee aromas fill the room at Blooming Grounds Café where the crowded space offers shelter from the drizzling rain flooding the streets outside the windows behind Andy Nelson.
July 1, 2011
In my last post, I offered some of my reflections on Oliver's excellent article in the July 2011 issue of American Bee Journal. In this post I would like to comment on a small side issue (p. 656-7) written in his "Best Hive" section of the article.
Let me quote Oliver:
June 30, 2011
The Wilfahrt dragon, Puff, who is incredibly un-magical in broad day light, has taken a nosedive into the great garbage can in the sky. Bye-bye freaky green paper-mache' creature with teeth made out of egg crates and tufted corn stalks spray painted silver for scales. Big Man, the creator, was surprisingly unsentimental about his 2010 Halloween piece de resistance.
May 10, 2011
Two local men are not the typical gray-haired, robe-donning ministers, but a new generation of faith leaders: instead of sermons, Brandon Zieske and Justin Halbersma transform Bible teachings into action
It’s 6:25 a.m. on a Friday morning and the sun will not shine through the windows of Mugby Junction coffeehouse on Huff Street for another hour. Brandon Zieske arrived about 20 minutes earlier, pushing together tables and arranging chairs for more than a dozen expected participants in the side room of the empty shop—the only sign of life at this time of the day is marked by a sporadic customer stopping briefly to grab a quick...
April 16, 2011
Check back to the event blog for updated posts directly from the scenes of where the Mid West Music Fest is happening!
By Nick Cusick
Roster McCabe is out for their encore. We are wrapping things up here with the final song of the night and what a night it has been. I’m really glad I got to see this band because they are something. There are so many pleased music fans in Winona tonight. It seems that the second annual MWMF has been a success. Thanks for following the Winona360 MWMF blog.
February 23, 2011
Dear Community Member,
Your are cordially invited to the 2011 Winona County DFL Banquet and Silent Auction on Sunday, March 20 from 4:30 PM until 8:00 PM at Westfield Golf Club, 1460 West 5th Street in Winona. Tickets cost $50.00 each and all proceeds go to keeping the Winona County DFL office open as we continue working together to elect Democrats to public office.
Confirmed Guests include:
Rep. Tim Walz, Congressman,...
January 10, 2011
• Northern Clay Center’s “Teaching Ceramics” Collection exhibit in the Watkins Gallery on the Winona State University campus
March 16 – April 6
Contact Anne Plummer, Art Dept. chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
November 22, 2010
“The Fantasy of Trees,” put on by Winona Auxiliary Health, displayed over 50 decorated trees each with a different theme
The smell of cinnamon and cider filled the entryway of “The Fantasy of Trees,” in Winona, Minn., Nov. 19-21. Decorated Christmas cookies as well as a cheese and cracker platter emptied quickly as foot traffic grew throughout the weekend at Watkins Manor.
“The Fantasy of Trees,” put on by Winona Auxiliary Health, displayed over 50 decorated trees each with a different theme. This was the ninth year Winona Auxiliary...