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Designer to the stars

August 7, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

Judie Johnson tackles costumes and sets for elaborate ‘Beauty and the Beast’ production
WORTHINGTON The version of “Beauty and the Beast” with which most people are familiar is the animated Disney movie. Bringing those colorful images to life on the stage posed a unique challenge for the crew of the musical currently being staged at Worthington’s Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center. Continue Reading

DARK SIDE ORIGINAL: ‘Darth Vader’ costume on sale

November 25, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

The outfit a jet-black helmet, mask and armor is expected to sell today for between 160,000 pounds and 230,000 pounds ($250,000 to $365,000). Continue Reading

Halloween hijinks

October 31, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe

Two-year-olds Aubrey Korsmeyer (left) and Hunter Nelson are dressed as characters from a Dr. Seuss book Saturday night at Pioneer Village in Worthington.

Nyawal Lia, 7 of Worthington, holds up her pumpkin containing treats Saturday night at Pioneer Village. Continue Reading

Don’t let your Halloween get too scary

October 30, 2010 in Alexandria Echo Press

Do you or your little ones plan to celebrate Halloween tomorrow? Remember to keep it safe. Continue Reading

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Lamb: Leave the ‘Shore’ behind

October 29, 2010 in INFORUM

You don’t need a crystal ball, or even cable TV, to know that two of the biggest Halloween costumes this year will be “Snooki” and “The Situation” from MTV’s “Jersey Shore.” Continue Reading

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So cute it’s scary

October 25, 2010 in INFORUM

It’s estimated that Americans will spend $5.8 billion on Halloween this year, and according to Reuters, the largest share of that massive sum will go toward costumes. Continue Reading

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Swift: Halloween costumes getting chintzier

October 9, 2010 in INFORUM

Something tells me that Halloween used to be a lot more fun.
In the days before child abductions and food tampering and whatnot, it seemed like a perfectly delightful holiday. Continue Reading