For author and performer Lorna Landvik, the new year means that it's time to invite people to her "rec room," mix a few margaritas, and create a show on the spot for her audience. Yep, it's time for Party in the Rec Room to return to the Bryant-Lake Bowl."The goal is sheer fun for me, and that's ... More >>
Her warmhearted characters feel good about the world. Lorna Landvik doesn't.
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