Noah and his family are a big part of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church drama department’s ‘Children of Eden’ upcoming production. The musical focuses on family, love, greed, anger and more. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Hannah Scout Field, cast as Eve, Andy Doran as God, and Matt Okoneski playing Adam will perform in ‘Children of Eden,’ based on the Book of Genesis. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
‘Children of Eden’ will be presented Aug. 7 through 17 by the drama department at St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, North St. Paul.
Christmas at the Monastery is the largest fundraiser for the Benedictine Sisters of St. Paul’s Monastery. It features silent and live auctions, a Benedictine Bakery and Candy Shoppe, a tree with handmade ornaments and cards, and wine and gift card walls. The public is invited to come and celebrate the season with the Sisters in their beautiful monastery. Guests will be inspired by seasonal prayer and music and sample fabulous hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Alumni and alumnae of the many schools in which the Sisters have taught will enjoy catching up with their teachers and friends.
The Northern Lights is an award-winning show choir from North High which has established a regional reputation for dance, voice and acting. Its spring show is written and produced by students and is a great showcase for their talents onstage and behind the scenes. (submitted photos)
In a recent dress rehearsal, the Northern Lights give their all to a ‘50s number. Onthe floor in front is Brandon Cayetano; behind him, sitting on the stage are Chelsea Ricker, Tony Boyer and Dani Saunders and behind them are Nahi Kablaoui, Annette Klomp, Lexi Scanlon, Matt Weldon, Nikki Waskosky, Mya Hunt and Josie Pieczykolan.
Every May, North High’s Northern Lights Show Choir commemorates the end of its action-packed competition circuit with its annual springtime Extravaganza Show — an original musical theater performance that within a one-month span was written, directed costumed, cast, advertised, choreographed, acted and sung by the choristers themselves.
When they weren’t robbing Twin Cities banks more than 80 years ago, gangsters would kick back at Keller Golf Course in Maplewood.
They could be spotted not only by the expensive clothing they wore but the fact each man had two golf bags: one stuffed with golf clubs and the other filled with firearms.
As one would expect, they tipped their caddies well.