Practice makes perfect: Behind the scenes of F-M's many rehearsals
The old wisdoms apply. Preparation is everything. Practice makes perfect. We live in an arts rich town. There are orchestras, the symphony, the opera, choral groups, jazz bands, theater companies, dance schools, and it's easy to sit in an audienc...
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1/6: Ben Verbridge rehearses with the Concordia College Jazz Band. W. Scott Olsen / Special to The Forum
2/6: Michael Culloton conducts the Fargo-Moorhead Choral Artists. W. Scott Olsen / Special to The Forum
3/6: Lucy Ruhland takes part in a combination ballet and tap class at Inspire in Fargo. W. Scott Olsen / Special to The Forum
4/6: Alicia Auch and Hannah Kulus rehearse "Perfect Arrangement" at Concordia College. W. Scott Olsen / Special to The Forum
5/6: Maddie Glasheen, Lucy Ruhland, Autumn Nordhougen, Catherine Greenley, Amara Ide, Ava Pulczinski practice with their teacher at Inspire Dance and Wellness Studio.
6/6: The lab theatre at Concordia College is rehearsal space for “Perfect Arrangement,” to be performed on the mainstage Feb. 11-14. W. Scott Olsen / Special to The Forum
Town hall on health care in rural Minnesota looks into structural solutions for a looming crisis in outstate hospitals, one that could soon leave small towns struggling to provide the basics of care.
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Can't sleep? One night of tossing and turning can make you crabby and less willing to help your neighbor
Do you get a little bit cranky after a sleepless night? In this "Health Fusion" column, Viv Williams explores how sleep deprivation can do a lot more damage than just messing with your mornings. It may also make people less willing to help each other.