Rock Bend Folk Festival opened Saturday at noon, with Captain Gravitone & the String Theory Orchestra featuring St. Peterite Eli Hoehn on the Pavilion Stage.
The popularity of the 1970 rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar and a grassroots collection of musicians generated into a standing room-only crowd Saturday night at Patrick’s on Third in St. Peter.
St. Peter Schools has received a Student Learning Grant from Kraus-Anderson Construction Company. The school district will use the $1,000 grant to support new and innovative learning opportunities.
Rachel and Sophia Weelborg practice through the pain of rehearsals, preparing for the Mankato Ballet Company’s annual production of “The Nutcracker” scheduled Dec. 13-14.
St. Peter High School’s theater department is busy making final preparations for their rendition of the musical Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber On Fleet Street (School Edition) to present as this year’s fall play.
Ann Rosenquist Fee, completing year one as executive director of the Arts Center of St. Peter, was asked if the shift from corporate academia to this small non-profit organization was everything she had hoped.
This is a banner year for two historic New Ulm icons: the 125th Hermann Monument Cornerstone & 150th New Ulm Battery Anniversaries. Two non-profit organizations, the Hermann Monument Society (HMS) and the New Ulm Battery, host a celebration with concurrent events in Hermann Heights and H…
OWATONNA — While the Louis H. Sullivan National Farmers’ Bank takes up the corner of South Cedar and Broadway in downtown Owatonna, it’s still not big enough to house some of Greg Mueller massive sculptures.
Known for its appreciation of music and history, Northfield has become a travel destination within the Midwest, sought out for its authentic experience.
It’s energetic, it’s snarky, and it’s got a bit of an edge. It’s “southernminnSCENE.com,” a new publication from Huckle Media with an accompanying website that will make its debut on Friday.
OWATONNA — It’s energetic, it’s snarky, and it’s got a bit of an edge. It’s “southernminnSCENE.com,” a new publication from Huckle Media with an accompanying website that will make its debut on Friday.
Rock Bend Folk Festival organizers are putting the finishing touches on this year’s event and, as its come to be expected each year, they have lined up another uber-talented lineup of musical acts for the 22nd annual show at Minnesota Square Park.
If you were dying for a piece of candy from your 2-year-old’s Halloween bag, would you snitch one? If the Voter I.D. law passed and Jesus came to vote, would He need a government-issued I.D.? Can a murder be solved in 8 minutes?
Drawing inspiration from throughout her life, local singer/songwriter Connie Saatzer’s debut country/folk album, “Keep Up the Fight”, was recently released allowing the Le Sueur-based musician a chance to achieve a life-long dream.
Entertainment has always been a big part of St. Peter's Old Fashioned 4th of July celebration, but this year organizers hope to take that part of the festivities to a new level -- especially at Minnesota Square Park.
Minnesota author, storyteller, humorist, and radio personality Garrison Keillor will speak at Gustavus Adolphus College's Christ Chapel at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 21 as part of the Augustana Heritage Association's biennial gathering at the College, June 21-24.
The Noteables took some final practice for their “You’re Never Too Old to Dream” concert. The program will feature singing tributes to Rainbows, Dreams, and eternal Hopes.