Arts

One local author is capturing the glamour, glitz and gossip of the true stories of old Hollywood one book at a time, and proving you’re never too old to begin anew.

Woodbury author Brian Freeman is back with Marathon, an intense installation in his Jonathan Stride series.

If you were a fan of the 2001 film Legally Blonde, you are in luck.

When Woodbury resident Grant West came to the Twin Cities in 1966, it was the beginning of an adventure. Not only with the beginnings of the Walker West Music Academy in St. Paul, but with the evolution of his musical career. “I had a natural curiosity for music,” West says.

Hadley Burger has lived in Woodbury all of her life—all 11 years. The Liberty Ridge Elementary School fifth grader loves taking pictures of nature, and this photo is an excellent example of her talent.

While most 15-year-olds are playing video games or streaming Netflix, Oisin Wachholz has found a creative passion: digital art. “I was on the internet and I saw paintings and drawings,” Wachholz says.

Jennifer Gockowski’s new business, Jennifer Illustrations, came to be just like many great things in life—after a long and winding road of career changes, not all of which were in her control. But her love of art started long before the word “career” was on her mind.

From now through Good Friday, St.

Derk Hansen worked as a background designer for a local company that produced decorative wallet accessories in the late 1960s. The business regularly imported European oil paintings, some arriving slightly damaged from shipping.

Monty Python’s Spamalot is a musical adaptation of the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table.

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