Arts

Fresh Ice

Greg Hagen has enjoyed taking photos as a creative outlet for a long time, but he recently began to delve deeper into the hobby. “Two years ago, I took a community-ed course on photography, and that pushed me forward quite a bit,” he says.

Woodbury author Kerstin March offers an apt description of the June launch of her first novel, Family Trees.

Most people don’t spend much time thinking about where their cable television comes from (at least until the bill arrives).

Sometimes, success is not all about the planning. Angie Hare, who captured this photo of her son Jack’s Woodbury traveling baseball team, calls this photo “dumb luck.” Forest fires, happening nearby in Canada, created brilliantly colored skies, and the lighting cast a friendly glow on the field.

Woodbury has a band superstar.

Her outlook is unconventional. Her personality is lovable. Her hair is iconic.

The Merrill Community Arts Center is celebrating theater adapted from original written works with this season’s theme, “A Season of Stories: From Page to Stage.” What better way to celebrate than with one of Woodbury’s own?

When Donna Lloyd starting snapping pictures in 2009, she had no idea it would lead to her becoming a published author.

The Music Man tells the humorous tale of Harold Hill, an outsider conman hoping to dupe a town through a marching band scheme. In High School Musical, Troy Bolton defies the norm of high school society and participates in both basketball and theater.

About a year ago, when Michelle Witte rounded up a group of Woodbury artists to bring more visual arts to the Merrill Community Arts Center, she didn’t plan on handing over the reins and walking away.

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