Arts & Entertainment

Two days before winning the Minnesota State Fair amateur talent contest’s teen division, Sunday Manisto-Saari, of Princeton, said she felt she had “already won” and didn’t care about winning the prize. The prize turned out to be $1,000, a trophy, and being invited to help open the state fair’s talen show finals next year and [...]

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Darlene Hellickson and her dog Daisy are in this photo taken during a recent trip into downtown Princeton. Daisy is a nearly 8 years old and is a combination of Yorkie and Pomeranian. Hellickson grew up in Mankato and has lived in Princeton 55 years. She enjoys flower and vegetable gardening, cooking, baking, traveling and [...]

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Tonic Sol Fa will be performing at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2, at the Princeton High School Performing Arts Center. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. This concert is free and open to the public and no tickets are necessary. Earlier in the day Tonic Sol Fa will be working with students of the Princeton [...]

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The Global eBook awards have just been announced, and Ayshus on the Inside, by Princeton author Richard Gist,was awarded the Gold Medallion as the best, children’s fiction eBook for 2014. Ayshus on the Inside is the story of a perpetually disgruntled crayfish named Crawford, who becomes stranded in the dangerous Upper World. There he is [...]

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Downtown Princeton’s throwing a party — and you’re invited for an evening of fun. The fifth annual Princeton Block Party will liven up Rum River Drive on Friday, July 25, from 4-10 p.m. Originally planned in 2010 to help combat the adverse effects on downtown of the roundabout and bridge construction projects on Rum River [...]

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