For Honey and Rye Bakehouse co-owners Emily Ackerman and Anne Andrus, food has always been part of their foundation. "We met in 6th grade during lunch," says Ackerman. "Our friend Lyndsey brought our two groups of friends together. We were sitting across the lunch table from each other." Years ... More >>
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The Lutheran church struggles with its policy on homosexuality and the meaning of "all God's children"
After 15 years, James Sewell Ballet still thrives on the unexpected
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A foot up on the competition: Joe Chvala and the Flying Foot Forum bring narrative ingenuity and a kitchen-sink production aesthetic to their unique brand of percussive dance
From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs: Everett Dance Theatre performs Body of Work at the Walker Art Center